A teacher still haunted by the death of two teens that she accidentally caused as a young girl goes beserk when four teens start harassing her and then attack her in her home. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A teacher still haunted by the death of two teens that she accidentally caused as a young girl goes beserk when four teens start harassing her and then attack her in her home.
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DA Z (nl) wrote: Brandon Cronenberg has made a fittingly dark and superb directoral debut with Antiviral. This film was fantastically disturbing. It worked as both an under-your-skin psychological thriller and a bitingly original social commentary, while delving smoothly into art house territory. Sure, it's loaded with dark inspiration from his father's work-the great David Cronenberg-But Brandon C. is undoubtedly bringing something new to the table, and I can't wait to see what he has in store for us.
WS W (es) wrote: A woman's emotional journey. Not a very interesting one however.
Ken S (gb) wrote: If you're in the mood for a third rate croc movie, you can do a LOT worse that Lake Placid 3. Yancy Butler & Michael Ironside make this C grade flick worth watching and make it far superior to the previous sequel LP2.
Alfin N (gb) wrote: "In hell or paradise, woman is a rolling dice."
Jacob G (es) wrote: gotta love a good alien flick!
Michael S (br) wrote: what a movie about a Goddess and her Goth gay boy..... love this onemo
Benjamin F (fr) wrote: The film is light and not dense. It is very well directed, but a little slow if you don't like music type films.
Bloodmarsh K (au) wrote: Matthew Broderick and Meg Ryan just don't fit the stalker profile - and even if they did, the plot is still too ridiculous to enjoy. 'Addicted to Love' does become somewhat tolerable once the 'friendship' between Broderick and the frenchman comes into play.... it just doesn't last long enough.
Christian H (fr) wrote: Horribly misfires in its attempt to tackle its subject matter from a naturalist approach and fails in its attempt to outdo Cecil B DeMilles 'The Ten Commandments' by being a faith-based evangelical 'gladiator' film that tries to reach the intended audience without alienating the rest. Ridley Scoot fails to deliver in what feels like a rushed and effects focused film - let alone the whitewashing. Though undeniably epic, just not epic enough.
owen b (us) wrote: Thor: the dark world is one of the worst superhero movie sequels I've ever seen. the title is cool and the action is mindlessly entertaining but the movie is not. for one, it makes zero sense throughout. two I see people defending it because it's part of the MCU and it contains easily recognizable characters and that's enough for them to give it a pass.Owens grade: D+
Jos C (it) wrote: Comedia romantica regular