They took her identity. They took her freedom. Now, in a man-made labyrinth of concrete and steel, where terrified young women are stripped of their pasts and humanity, she has been reduced to the level of prey. Prey for the ancient evil that lurks inside the walls of this penitentiary; an invisible hunter that stalks the halls of the damned, feeding on the tortured souls within. Against this unnamable horror, the inmate known as Sigma must face a fate beyond her worst nightmares; something far more terrifying than anything the brutal guards and corrupt wardens could imagine. Because unknown to them, Sigma has come to this place on a mission of her own. There's something far worse than death inside this prison, and it's waiting for FEMALE PRISONER SIGMA.
Ankit M (nl) wrote: While the premise is nothing we haven't seen before (in Hollywood), Vinay Pathak gives another hilarious and memorable performance as the plump delhi-ite Manu. If Bheja Fry 2 disappointed you this weekend, give this one a shot!
D M (ca) wrote: Two terminal patients staying at a hospital participating in a group trial of an experimental drug develop a relationship. The side-effects of the drug include hallucinations, so the patients have difficulty differentiating between reality and trips. A lesbian Nurse Ratched-type is the main adversary. A New Zealand film, this features Jemaine Clement, Rhys Darby, and Bret McKenzie in small parts.
Simon P (mx) wrote: Busy and brilliant, very fine French cinema.
Fatma A (ca) wrote: HATE THIS KIND OF MOVIE
Jessica H (br) wrote: not so much a thriller as it is one large cheesy joke.
Dustin D (ag) wrote: While not as original or relateable as the first film, it is a bit funnier.
Courtney Z (kr) wrote: So heart breaking and so good. Hrithik was perfect as usual but a very stimulating excellent war drama.
William L (es) wrote: Spades best movie without Farley by far. Hysterical movie with a lot of memorable one liners. You can't go into a movie like this not expecting it to be dumb. Nevertheless it's hilarious. "You're gonna stand there owning a firework store, and tell me you ain't got no whistling bungholes?"
Sarah H (ag) wrote: A great addition to your Toy Story movie collection, Buzz Lightyear Of Star Command The Adventure Begins focuses in on that loveable space commander Buzz Lightyear from the Toy Story movies. This movie is a must have for every Buzz Lightyear fan.
Ding L (mx) wrote: What can I say... Funky town~~ funky town~~ "Nice song, nice cloths, nice breakfast. You will feel better". Hahaha.
Bill B (ca) wrote: Crossing another Bertrand Blier film off my list with this Netfux rental! Gerard Depardieu plays a bisexual thief who insinuates himself into the lives of a couple and causes all sorts of chaos for them, turning them into his lovers and accomplices at varying turns. Such a strange little film.Worth a rental.
Brayden L (au) wrote: To a floridian this look neat
Jeff B (br) wrote: A typical 70's teen dramedy, with the disturbing subplot of the coach dallying with one of her students.
An artist who loves movies (nl) wrote: ONE WORD: AMAZING (plus all the other describing words that I know!)