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Marty is the ideal fifth grader. He gets good grades, listens to his teachers, and doesn't start trouble in class. But a darkness is beginning to fall over Marty's life. The kids at school won't stop picking on him, his parents just don't seem to understand him, and now Marty must grapple with a terrible secret that threatens to destroy life as he knows it -- his big brother is a serial killer! Brotherly love is put to the ultimate test in this emotional coming-of-age story that descends into full-blown horror.

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Stewart (ca) wrote: This film has 79% even through the plot is cluttered and messed up and the songs are bloody awful. Just because you have lots of pointless cameos does not make your movie good, they should have spent the budget removing the green outlines from the characters at the end of the film.

Emma J (de) wrote: Truly a engaging drama, lovely acting and touching storyline.

Luis G (nl) wrote: This was pretty bad. Awkward scenes, terrible acting. It has its moments, but they're not many, nor are they anything of great note. In fact, I already forgot what they were. A sleepover you shouldn't feel too bad about missing.

Nikki L (es) wrote: Cinderella 2 Dreams Come True is a cute romantic movie for kids.

Jessica H (ca) wrote: The twist falls short, but it is very French.

Joseph H (fr) wrote: awesome.great movie.Dangerfield is hilarious.

Anthony I (ca) wrote: Ugh, what a mess. Faye Dunaway abandons all subtlety in this loud, obnoxious and quite frankly disrespectful look at the motherhood of Joan Crawford. Its entertaining in the same regard as "The Room" is. The acting is so bad, its laughable. If anything, you should watch it for a good chuckle. But if your looking for a gripping biopic, stay far away from this one.

Trent R (fr) wrote: Big-budget for noir, this has some nice location shooting and well-coordinated subplots of variable interest. Lee Marvin is a standout, with not enough screen time but many hilariously homoerotic and just plain goofy lines. Borgnine is similarly underused, but gets to play an Amish man forced into homicide - presaging his full-on Amish meltdown in Craven's Deadly Blessing.

Jamari H (es) wrote: it is a awesome movie

Zach M (jp) wrote: An early entry in the DC animated franchise. Batman is trying to hunt down a Batwoman that is attacking bad guys.The animation is exactly like the Batman animated series and the story itself could have been a story idea they wanted to use in the cartoon but didn't.

Josh S (ca) wrote: The worst that could happen is putting Danny DeVito & Martin Lawrence in a film together...

Ruhan R (mx) wrote: Homosexuality was a pretty hot button topic even back in '94, so I gotta give props to David Stevens for having a gay protagonist. I really liked how this movie incorporated gay romance and middle-aged romance, two themes that are uncommon in film. All of the performers did stupendous jobs in their respective roles, but some more intricate dialogue would have helped out. I thought that the flashbacks were pretty well used, particularly the ones about the lesbian grandmother and her lover. The one where they were separated was the most powerful. At first I wasn't too confident in the breaking of the fourth wall, but it proved to be a good way for the characters to voice their thoughts and concerns, it was especially helpful for Harry after he had his stroke. Out of all of the various relationships in this movie, the most heart-warming was the undying loyalty between Jeff and Harry. It was a good way to contrast tolerance and intolerance by comparing it to Greg's father. I'm usually not amazed by films that revolve solely around human relationships and this was no exception, but I really respect the themes behind this movie and it did a decent job of entertaining me.