What happens when your greatest fears, the fears that have shaped you, come back to hunt you down and destroy you? The story of a getaway gone bad, where the perpetrators and their hostages find themselves mysteriously trapped on a deserted highway. There's something in the woods around them and it's taking them down one by one
- Stars:Peter Quartaroli, Jennifer Baeseman, Anna Laveria May, David E. Newham, Robert Anthony Peters, Rani Masson, Megan Selensky, Isis Garcia, David Fine, Ashley Priete, Chase Anthony Hodge, Sherri Hodge, Peggy Stutzman, Chuck De Lude, Brad Slitz,
- Director:Eric Nichols,
- Writer:Adrian DeLude, Eric Nichols
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(nl) wrote: Done very well. Love the story.
(gb) wrote: Great comedy on par with any of the naked gun movies. If you don't like it your probably a communist.
(ca) wrote: Well, I think it's fair to say I have never screamed at characters more in a movie than I did watching this! Those scenes where Jake was "stalking" Gloria - bloody hell, so obvious. Then came the point mid movie where I felt like I was watching a whole different movie and couldn't understand what the hell was going on. Highly original and it did tie up at the end. Suspense and 80's tackiness all thrown into one movie. Right in my element with this one. And extra half star for the appearance of Holly Johnson.How had I never seen this one before!
(ru) wrote: Despite having a number of now-famous actors in it, Hackers is one of their earlier films and the acting is -- well, a hack job. Despite the bad makeup, there is nothing one can do to make a group of young twenty-somethings pass for 16 and 17 year old high school students -- nor did I see the point of setting the film in a high school. University students would have been more credible. The story is a bit stupid and it relies on an early home-PC audience not being very sophisticated in technology matters. (Some viewers may find this aspect of the film both nostalgic and hilarious -- who am I to judge?) Costumes were puzzling and distracting in their "edginess". (If that was even the goal?) The film is from 1995, but it had the 80's trash studio junk vibe. Still, it's a marginally fun movie that could be worth watching if you have nothing better to do or you're feeling too lazy to change the channel.
(jp) wrote: Ellen Page portrays the exact opposite of her character in the 2007 film Juno. What made Juno so engaging was Page's ability to conjure empathy from the audience, even in her moments of fault. The only person who can conjure empathy in this film is Patrick Wilson, whom Page's character demonizes ruthlessly. The film gives the audience absolutely nothing conclusive or concrete to justify Page's maniacal torturing of Wilson. It portrays Page as someone who turns the predator (or lack thereof) into prey out of bloodlust, rather than out of pride. Another piece of concrete material that the film refuses to show the viewer is proof that Wilson's character is even half as monstrous as Page thinks she knows he is. Wilson is anything but a predator on the prowl as Page pushes his character to a slow, torture riddled death. The only positive about Hard Candy barely pervades over the film's first act; it's ability to hide from the viewer what is about to unfold next. Not a complete abomination, but certainly a film that makes me clutch my body rather than my popcorn.