Lindsay (Elizabeth Rice) fears she will be the next victim of a suicidal curse afflicting her small hometown in Maryland. Now, she must race against the clock when she witnesses her mother fall victim, and must try to find a way to stop the curse before it kills her too. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A small Maryland town is gripped by a curse which causes residents to take their own life one after another.
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Melvin W (it) wrote: I've been a fan of Scooby Doo since I was probably 3 or 4. As a kid, the Scooby Doo movies were the most fun movies to watch. As I've gotten older, I still to watch the new Scooby Doo's and moat of the time I still get a good deal of enjoyment from them.Scooby Doo! Camp Scare is an average movie when it comes to the cartoon. It isn't among the best or worst. It's still a fun movie, but there's not quite as much to like as there is in some of the other Scooby Doo's. Camp Scare has pretty good setting in the middle of the woods at Camp Little Moose. Fred takes the rest of the gang to his old camp, so they can all be camp counselors and so he can reflect on his childhood. When they arrive they see that the camp is getting shut down because an axe carrying maniac called The Woodsman is on the loose. A few kids do show up though, so the gang stays and tries to solve the mystery. Along the way, they run into a Fishman and another flying specter.The twist in this one is one of the more ridiculous twists in a Scooby Doo movie you will ever see. I like the little details, such as the goth girl. On a whole though there has been much better work done with Scooby Doo. The newer movies are starting to lose some of the magic, but every once in a while they can still make a really good one. This will definitely keep the children entertained though.
Andrea E (de) wrote: Alright... actings a bit shite but the story is pretty good. A good attempt at a twist near the end but the initial death of the killer was a little drab.
Robert B (br) wrote: Gun Shy (Eric Blakeney, 2000)[originally posted 22Nov2000]It's utterly amazing to me, even after so many examples of it, that a film containing A-list, top-of-the-line B-list, and excellent underrated actors can still miss the mark so widely, but there it is.Gun Shy is Eric Blakeney (Baywatch, Generation X)'s big-screen debut, and casting-wise, at least, he pulled out all the stops. Liam Neeson is a DEA agent who's become disenchanted with his job, and it's turned him into something of a neurotic. He's assigned to go undercover to sting the mob, and he meets a similarly neurotic hit man, whom he befriends (Oliver Platt), while falling in love with, yes, his enema nurse (Sandra Bullock) and trying to achieve rapport with his support group.Sound like a cute comedy? It could have been. Or a decent thriller, playing the mob-infiltration angle. Human drama? Well, maybe not, given the enema-nurse angle, but it might have managed a stab in the right direction. Romance? Maybe. Combine any two of those and you may manage a serviceable movie; comedy-action thrillers have been all the rage since Lethal Weapon. But even that vaunted team couldn't add a third element and keep it working correctly (did anyone really like Lethal Weapon 3?). Not surprisingly, Blakeney comes up with a mess that looks like someone attempted to cook spaghetti, with sauce, in a pressure cooker that exploded. Pass on this one. Really. * 1/2
Jesse T (ca) wrote: Strange..... Wicked strange!
Joe C (ru) wrote: Perhaps the quintessential Euro Art House movie, Ingmar Bergman's Persona is visually stunning, intellectually challenging and emotionally wrenching. A famous actress loses her speech halfway through a performance and is placed in the care of a nurse in a remote seaside cottage. As the women grow closer and more intimate, Bergman mounts a fascination examination of female identity, played mostly on the faces of these two actresses. Ingmar Bergman's searching existential drama could be accused of pretension, but it avoids any such charge through sheer intelligence. It's not exactly light-hearted viewing, but it's made endlessly rewarding through Bergman's engaging treatises on identity, performance, art and filmmaking, and Sven Nykvist's starkly beautiful cinematography. If this isn't enough, Bergman consistently lays bare the artifice of filmmaking, right up to the final moments where the film burns in the projector. Mesmerizing.
Gimly M (it) wrote: Waiting... is incredible for three reasons.Firstly, it was one of the films that helped rocket forward the careers of both Ryan Reynolds (Green Lantern, Buried, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Smokin' Aces, The Amityville Horror , Blade: Trinity, The X-Files) and Justin Long (After.Life, Drag Me to Hell, Zack and Miri Make a Porno, Accepted, Dodgeball, Jeepers Creepers 1 & 2).Secondly, it glorifies what is in my opinion the best American Comedy ever made, Super Troopers, as well as Kevin Smith (director of Red State, Cop Out, Zack and Miri Make a Porno, Clerks I & II, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Dogma, Chasing Amy, Mallrats)Finally, it's an American Comedy movie, and I paid actual money for it. I then watched it. I've watched it before. I'll probably even watch it again. BOOM! This probably means nothing to anyone who's reading this (there's also probably nobody reading this) but regardless, it's quite a big deal.Managing to take something as mundane as one day in a repetitive dead-end catering job, and make it even vaguely humorous is rather an achievement. You should watch it and play the other-other "The Game" (sidenote: I lost the game) like we used to in High School. 'Cause I'm classy like that.Seriously though, and I can't believe my thoughts even as I'm typing this, but I honestly think Waiting... is an underrated American Comedy gem, maybe I'm just seeing that comparatively, or with the rose-tinted glasses of nostalgia, but I really do enjoy the film.76%-Gimly