On a Saturday morning, Frances jolts awake from a frightening dream. That afternoon, while on a road trip with four friends, a bizarre chain of events leads her to a secluded house where a little girl lives with a man she refers to only as, "The Doctor". Here, Frances uncovers grisly horrors the little girl is subjected to and as Frances fights to save her young soul, her friends fight to save themselves from the monster the doctor has created.
- Stars:Carol Dennis, Ron Jordan, Reggie Lee, Hugh B. Holub, Michael McMillian, Ashley Peldon, Jeff Chassler, Jamie Baker, Luke Primeau, Randy Spelling, Tasha Taylor, Madeline Zima, Gabrielle Carteris, Maylin Veal-Mayberry, Adria Dawn,
- Director:Dusty DePree,
- Writer:Dusty DePree, Ron Jordan
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(kr) wrote: So bad I only watched about 20 minutes. The fact that this is called a comedy is the only good joke.
(ag) wrote: Downright lazy and utterly unfunny. There wasn't one funny thing about this 3rd film in the series. Fingers crossed we don't get a fourth
(it) wrote: Taken with a pick of salt it's a decent ride
(it) wrote: An enjoyable flick tbh
(br) wrote: Very sad, depressing. Such horrible things natural disasters do to destruct lives and living. The movie does not depict the real thing, though. because it is obviously much more tragic in real life. A touching movie, though. Puts you into the eyes of family having lost loved ones, a person loosing everything, and ofcourse the press.
(nl) wrote: At 26 years of age Nicolas Winding Refn made his feature length debut with Pusher, a flawless piece of filmmaker that ranks among his very best films. I would put this film ahead of Drive and Bronson, and here is the work of a director who has a take no prisoners approach to making films and crafts one of the most stunning crime dramas that I have seen in quite some time. He would later follow up this film with two more sequels, all terrific, and with a great story, exceptional acting, and pulse pounding, raw intensity, Pusher is a superb film that is very impressive considering the fact that that Refn made this in his twenties. Pusher is highly engaging from start to finish and is a memorable crime drama that will stay with you long after you've seen it. Refn has an eye for what makes a good crime film, and with Pusher he would prove himself as a talented filmmakers with many other films. Pusher is a standout debut, and it's one of the most impressive film debuts I've seen since Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs. Brilliantly effective, raw, gritty filmmaking, Pusher is an accomplished picture that tells an engrossing story. Refn doesn't overdo the subject, which in turn makes the film much better, simple ideas make for great cinema, and with Pusher you get just that. This is a brilliant picture of which that shows that Nicolas Winding Refn was able to make a standout picture using so little. The cast deliver some solid performances, and it elevates the story even more. Combine that with standout direction from Winding Refn, and you have a near perfect picture that is much more elaborate in its ideas and entertainment value than big budget Hollywood movies. This is raw cinema, a piece of film so riveting that you won't be able to tear yourself away right up to the final shot.
(nl) wrote: Pretty poor movie considering the cast.
(fr) wrote: More of a parody of its former self. But still enough laughs to get you through the film.
(jp) wrote: How not to make a movie: Lesson 1
(fr) wrote: Good movie. Didn't care much for the musical numbers, but the story was good, really liked Cagney.