Death Do Us Part
Kennedy Jamieson, a wealthy socialite, has waited her whole life to have the perfect wedding. Engaged to the charming Ryan Harris, the young couple is just a week away from the big day but hasn't had a chance to celebrate their respective bachelor/bachelorette parties. Ryan's best man Chet books a remote cabin in the woods to throw them a 'Jack and Jill' stag that they'll never forget. Out in the middle of nowhere, things take a horrifying turn as members of the group are brutally picked off one by one. What started out as a celebration quickly descends into a bloody nightmare. Friendships are ripped apart and accusations fly in this blood filled psychological horror with a whodunit twist.
- Stars:Julia Benson, Peter Benson, Emilie Ullerup, Christine Chatelain, Kyle Cassie, Benjamin Ayres, Dave Collette, Aaron Douglas, Viv Leacock, Willis Horst,
- Director:Nicholas Humphries,
- Writer:Ryan Copple, Peter Benson, Julia Benson
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(ca) wrote: Bass (Kevin Nash): Tina! It's showtime! Tina Armstrong (Jaime Pressly): Dad! Not now I'm in my underwear. Christie Allen (Holly Valance): Which I hate. Why you can't just sleep in the nude like me I'll never know. Bass (Kevin Nash): Oh my god. Tina Armstrong (Jaime Pressly): No Dad, she's just another fighter. We're just sleeping together. Bass (Kevin Nash): Yeah I can see that. Tina Armstrong (Jaime Pressly): No. I mean we're not sleeping together. We're just... sleeping.I have to admit that as far as cinema goes, this D.O.A. was D.O.A., as in "dead on arrival" as well as a PoS. But there was something cool about seeing characters from a beloved animated fighting game in a live-action film. The action sequences were alright, the guys and gals did a good job, wires and all; I mean, it wasn't "Enter the Dragon" but the fight scenes were pretty entertaining enough and mimics the video game, it was actually charming in that aspect. The worse part of the film was Eric Roberts, if they were going to cast a mediocre actor to be the main villain, they should have just gone with one of many martial arts actors who can really fight, then the last battle would have been at least awesome. I tried to stop watching so many times but I convinced myself I need to see the entire film to give it an accurate review-- and yes, my eyes are now punching my brain; but seriously, this was tad entertaining even with bad acting, silly plot and uninspired dialogue, but only because I was fan of the game, otherwise I can't see wasting an hour and change of life on this film.
(mx) wrote: meh.. it was alright, but I wouldn't choose to watch it again
(kr) wrote: Not so good as a documentary, but I liked the topic!
(kr) wrote: High suspense in this one where an actress is deceived that she won an acting part but is actually used to be filmed as a lookalike for a thought-to-be murdered woman in a blackmail plot. Good atmosphere. Roddy McDowall cast perfectly as psychiatrist's assistant.
(ag) wrote: Saw this at last night's "Grindhouse" evening at Cinematheque. All I have to say is "buh buh Bernice!"
(fr) wrote: This is a very good movie and shows how ones life can be destroyed by ones greed