Riddled with guilt over the loss of his rock star older brother, 16 year old David Forrester (Ricky Ullman) becomes obsessed with death, leading his misguided parents to send him to Driftwood, an "Attitude Adjustment Camp for Troubled Youths" run by the sadistic Captain Doug Kennedy (Diamond Dallas Page) and his brutal young henchman, Yates (Talan Torriero).
- Stars:Raviv Ullman, Dallas Page, Talan Torriero, David Eigenberg, Jeremy Lelliott, Baelyn Neff, Frankie Levangie, Connor Ross, Cory Hardrict, David Skyler, Shahine Ezell, John Walcutt, Lou Beatty Jr., Kim Morgan Greene, Russell Sams,
- Director:Tim Sullivan,
- Writer:Chris Kobin, Tim Sullivan
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Driftwood torrent reviews
(au) wrote: At first the life story of two little known actors doesn't really capture the imagination, but as the real life narrative develops it does get interesting to hear the personal life story of one family
(es) wrote: Pues a mi no se me hizo tan divertida, pero pues el gusto se rompe en generos.
(jp) wrote: (**): Thumbs Down This is an okay sci-fi horror flick. Nothing too special to set it apart from others and it was rather cheesy at times. Fair at best.
(fr) wrote: Are they not do mistake about he year of this movie made? It's written 1982, R, over there. (im gonna find it later, im curious!) Well, i just watched it tonite. And do u wanna know about my opinion? It was a comedy-actions movie. I didn't know i just felt like this. Lawrence Fishburn felt like just wasted time in this movie. But Paul Walker i think he's fine here. Yah, u will not believe, that it has a very funny ending. I didn't even expect!
(mx) wrote: Click is one of Adam Sandler's underrated films, the film has a sense of humour that is very random but also is extremely creative and utilises the premise to a very funny effect, but my favourite aspect is the message and drama in the film it tugs at ones heartstrings quite effectively while also conveying a fantastic message of never taking your love ones for granted.But Click's major issue is with its ending (SPOILER ALERT!)In the ending it turns out it was all a dream and thus unfortunately takes away from the effectiveness that was displayed in the final act I think it would have been much better to end it on a bitter note with an important lesson in the end.,
(es) wrote: Josie and the Pussycats gives us a very 80's happy ending, but it fits with the rest of the film. You won't be laughing hard, but if you paid attention and allowed yourself to just have fun the film will feel worthwhile. Josie and the Pussycats isn't likely to hold up well over time, so it's best to see the movie while the references are still fresh and highly amusing. Comments about MTV, Starbucks, and boy band references won't be nearly as funny in ten years when (with any luck) all three have completely vanished from the face of the earth.It isn't brain surgery, but at least the film understands that fact and when you're not paying attention slips in some clever humor.
(es) wrote: ed harris is both hit and miss in the film but its January Jones who really shines in a strong female role. The first half is slow and full of characters just showing up at the right locations. not a bad film for an afternoon.
(gb) wrote: I fell asleep through half of it, so my review is more of a question...if "there can be only one", what are they going to do about Kate and Methos (who, according to him in the TV series, has racked up over 900 confirmed kills which makes Kell look like a piker by comparison.
(ru) wrote: One good thing is that it's only 90 minutes. Bear Gryll's must HATE this movie! "What idiots!" was an oft-repeated phrase as I watched this "Open Water" in the desert. B-movies just don't get much B-ier...
(mx) wrote: HAHA! -snort- I saw this on Lifetime when I was 13! It really was just one of THOSE movies....
(mx) wrote: excellent performance.