Young, beautiful and intelligent, Trevor (screenwriter Brent Gorski) is in a stalemate. Entangled in an unhealthy relationship with Darrell, a self-destructive heroin addict, and trapped in... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Sylvester E (ca) wrote: It's a cute little tale.....
Mike S (de) wrote: Good military simulator, however, it has a cluttered story and atrocious acting. The acting is understandable though since most of the actors are real marines. Also, there were a huge amount of first person shots in this movie, they tried to put the viewer in the marines' shoes but it just ended up in overkill. In the end, you won't be feeling something thanks to the story, but you will feel something thanks to the respect for the brave men and women who fight for their country everyday.
Harry K (es) wrote: Fast forwarded through most of it to cut down time I would never recover down to 30 minutes. Of the little I saw, it felt like a a really really bad episode of X-files
Mike W (kr) wrote: Deck the Halls is funny!
Ilja S (ag) wrote: It's a tipical one sided Moore movie, but definately worth watching.
Rane P (es) wrote: A brilliant piece of cinema ripe for the critical dissection of film scholars.
John C (fr) wrote: One hell of a terrifying ghoulish good time. A very original script filled with supernatural overtones. A great cast especially Guy Pearce, Neal McDonough, Jeffrey Jones and a terrifying Robert Carlyle who dominates the film. Definetly gory and not for the faint of heart. Very well done. A must se for horror fans.I just love how it ends as well. Though guy Pearce was good as river Carlyle counter opposite.
JM G (nl) wrote: Dreadful. A total chore to get through. I challenge anyone who called the Blair Witch Project bad/boring to obtain a copy of this. You'll think the Blair Witch Project was the greatest movie ever by comparison.
Dave C (es) wrote: While not as good as it could have been. Those that have read Strieber's book will get more out of it.
Jonathan B (jp) wrote: You cant help but love these nostalgic musical surf movies starring the lovely Annette Funnicello and teen idol Frankie Avalon. An enjoyable film forget the campiness this is pure fun.
Simon P (us) wrote: One of my all time favourites, just like the wine it features, it gets better with age a thought after consuming it.
Steve T (gb) wrote: It took me 15 years to even admit I saw the movie. Part of a compromise when I was trying to accommodate a then soon-to be-ending marriage. TMI? Anyway, I could tell so much of what was on the screen was contrived was to artificially and intentionally "Create classic moments" which nobody probably remembers. Leave movies like this to the British.