Jennifer Hills is still tormented by the brutal sexual assault she endured years ago. She's changed identities and cities, reluctantly joining a support group where she begins to piece together a new life. But when her new friend's murderer goes free and the tales of serial rapists haunt her, Jennifer will hunt down the men responsible and do what the system won't - make them pay for their crimes in the most horrific ways imaginable. Only this time, no jury may be able to save her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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David L (es) wrote: It looks like a predictable kiddie movie with some bad, un funny jokes.
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JY S (kr) wrote: Ryuhei Kitamura unveils the spear in Longinus.Showcasing a brief 35 minute run time, the who, what, why, and how are in short order; however, despite a leisurely pace, the film manages to conjure up some entertainment value. A moderately level of suspense surrounds some good character introductions.The action is limited, partly bloody, and a little lacking, although the choreography has some style, leaving a want for more.Atsushi Sakurai is very monotone with his performance, which is a disappointment. Minoru Matsumoto is the stand out personality wise.Longinus has its share of flaws, but the spear holds it all together.
Mark A (us) wrote: Good fun to see again
Emily J (gb) wrote: Terrible. After reading such a moving, emotional, and inspirational book that was phenomenal, the movie was such a let down. It followed the book rarely and over-all I was just outraged with it. Every scene killed me inside. There was NO emotional depth and some of the most important parts from the book were either not present, or COMPLETELY different. My whole class and I could hardly watch it without someone complaining. The only reason I gave it 10% was because some parts were a bit humorous. Plus, it's not a bad movie to watch with the family. Anyway, I STRONGLY recommend you READ THE BOOK and not even bother with the movie. I was extremely disappointed.
Steve W (es) wrote: Pedro Almodovar's Bad Education explores the dark side of obsession and lies, Childhood friend Ignacio re-visits film director buddy Enrique. with a story about their past. Enrique turns it into a movie, but does some digging and finds out that Ignacio is not who he says he is. Then more revelations unfold in this burning mystery full of lust, passion, and obsession. It definitely clutches the dark side of humanity, for a superbly complex film from Pedro Almodovar.
Zane T (ru) wrote: Nothing in this movie makes sense. It's all about the stye, which is like David Lynch, but with more confusion. There's more questions here than answers. The first one is why does anyone thing that Dennis Haysbert's character who is black could be Michael Harris' character, who is white. Their supposed to be half-brothers but their size and all, including their different races is off. I thought they're was something we weren't being told. That maybe Haysbert wasn't really black or that Harris isn't really white. It starts off good where with an attempted murder of Haysbert's character who is injured in a car explosion. He was supposed to die so everyone would think it is Harris' character. But Haysbert has amnesia so he can't remember who he was and thinks and believes he is Harris' character because everyone tells him. There's a lot of scenes of dreams and imagery but it goes nowhere.
Richard M (ru) wrote: "Life is bullshit, I can't fucking take it no more! Signed, the dead guy!"
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Gareth M (fr) wrote: Samuel L Jackson should win "Most random character costume combo"