Death Academy

A couple of friends break into their school late one night to solve a mystery hidden in the past, only to realize that they are trapped inside with a masked serial killer.

A couple of friends break into their school late one night to solve a mystery hidden in the past, only to realize that they are trapped inside with a masked serial killer

Death Academy is a great movie of Daniel Lehmussaari. The released year of this movie is 2005. You can check list actors in this movie torrents, such as Damián Alcázar, Blas Jaramillo, Marcela Mar, Marcela Valencia, Isabel Gaona, Martina García, Teresa Gutiérrez, Andrés Parra, Sigrid Josefsson, Oden Nilsson, Tomas Kärrstedt, Ulrica Hedén, Henrik Järv, Mikael Stridsson, Michel Abou Rjeili, Kicki Backebjörk, Dan Johansson, Lina Johansson, Sara Lärkhagen, Jan Lundmark, Jimmy Hansson, Christoffer Hedén, Pauli Raitaniemi. Movie' genres are Thriller. Many people rated for this movie, Rate is 2.8 in www.imdb.com. This is really a good movie to watch. Enjoy this movies torrent and share to your friends

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Users reviews

Aaron P (br)

Kinda amateurish in parts. Interesting premise and good performances. Good, uncoventional film

Badrul H (kr)

They saw this coming in the future back in 1998. Don Simpson, Jerry Bruckheimer & Tony Scott

C B (gb)

Rating: Matinee. While the plot is off the walls, and it gets rather dull at points, the artwork and surrealism make this a quirky little gem, pushing animation to the limits

CM D (it)

It's cute and you feel totally drawn into this dysfunctional family, so much so that you want them to succeed. I hadn't even heard of this film, but my sister wanted to see it

David J (gb)

Beauty and the beast with a robot

Donovan C (ru)

The acting was terrible and the story made no sense at all. I lasted only 25 minutes before giving up. What a horrible movie

Duncan K (fr)

It broke my heart to see people as great as Kevin Costner and Paul Newman in such a stupid, pointless film

Farah R (es)

aylor Lautner stars in yet another boring movie which leads me to the ultimate question: Why is he still acting?. Unoriginal and unbearably dull

Jack G (it)

It's worth the viewing, though, more-so if you're looking to find one of Cassavetes's films not on DVD, or for a good, 'indie' mid-life crisis drama. The fire and creative pull of Cassavetes in his prime as a filmmaker is present, if not the overall urgency and tightness of narrative. And actually when he does have a fairly amazing set of moments, like in that very long scene when they're at the bar and everyone's taking turns showing how much 'life' they have in singing a particular song, with one woman not reaching their mark of quality, there's some spots that drag too. For example, towards the end when Harry invited the other guys back in for more fun with NEW women that he's brought up, it goes on in a stilted kind of way, like Cassavetes wanted one more scene of these guys in a form of pretend with themselves and those around them. He has his goals set, sort of, but he also takes some time meandering to get there too, and a great scene may be followed by a sort of sloppily timed scene where the strengths of the script (and I do think, unlike Ebert's assertion, that it was mostly scripted) were brushed aside for the rata-tat-tat improvisation. So, at the core, Cassavetes gives us some memorable characters here, even if his film seems to be lacking the overwhelming feeling of seeing a classic. This is a little more awkward a reaction than with the other characters, but it does keep in with his own thread, even if he is able to express his own complete emotional cluster-f*** following his friend's death. Like with his "liason" with the Asian girl when in London; we think he's really after some sexual contact from all of his asking the women in the casino, like a kid after some candy or something, but once he has this woman (who doesn't speak a word of English) in his reach, and a very intimate reach (in typically intimate Cassavetes long-take close-up) he resists. Falk too is playing a guy who is sort of torn from himself emotionally, only he is somewhat more able to express it, and is more contradictory perhaps than the others. You almost can't believe he can treat her this way, but it's how it is, in the Cassavetes world. Gazarra's Harry is probably the most flawed, if one had to pick out flaws out of these totally human characters (no clich (C)s precisely attached), who is so torn from himself that he lashes out as his wife when expecting her to say to him "I love you". This tends to be something of a common thread with the other characters, however in different degrees. The kidding subsides, and what's left is that tense sensation that reality of his own lack of expressing himself completely has smacked him right in the face, and getting aggressive only will make it worse. He can barely say anything, as he's sort of stopped in his tracks by her serious "I'm serious" talk to him. But then Gus and the lady go to a little caf (C) the next morning, and she- obviously the more adult one of the two- who wants to know straight-out what he really wants from her. This is in line with other scenes in the film like this, little ones that show Gus's attitudes towards life as being sort of a gas even in the more serious moments. They take back the women to the hotel rooms they've rented, and Gus seems to be having the most fun of all with the woman he sweet talked (which is a nice little scene of charm and sexual interplay with just words), and they tussle around in a bed, with that thin line between joking and seriousness being ebbed every which way. What they're their for isn't totally clear, until they start to hit on women at a ritzy casino. He, Gus, is with Harry (Ben Gazzara, who got robbed of an Oscar nomination) and Archie (Peter Falk, who is, as usual, Peter Falk), when they decide sort of impulsively to break off of their jobs in the days following their friend's death to go to London. Here, Cassavetes acts as well, and to me his character has one of the most important scenes, if not the most important, in the film dealing with this matter. Where Bergman had religion and the margin of death as the backdrop usually used, Cassavetes has the suburban malaise and childish, male camaraderie where having a good time seems to be all there is. But outside the confines of a comfortable marriage and kids, these guys are to one degree or another emotional wrecks. Even when they're drunk, they end up having to put an affront, which can sometimes be pretty amusing and very typical of a New York style of 'hey, whaddaya want from me' communication. We never hear about who this guy was or how much significance he had in specifics to them, but one can just tell the impact it's made on them as they have to hide away- maybe on some kind of "guy" instinct- not to show what they really mean to say or feel. Husbands casts its main male characters in the light of what should be a time of mourning, for one of the friends in their tight-knit group that dies suddenly in middle age. His characters, to me anyway, seem like they're full of life and vigor and laughs and what may be called braggadocio behavior, but it also is a cover for something missing for them too. John Cassavetes has a wonderful yet also curious way of how he deals with his protagonists- not just in Husbands but in elsewhere- that brings to mind someone like Bergman but not at the same time

JC M (us)

Keaton is exceptional