When Teresa and 5 other girls leave their New Jersey salon for a typical weekend of sun and sin down the shore the situation takes a bizarre turn leading them and five obnoxious fist-pumpers into the mysterious Pine Barrens to become the unsuspecting targets of a deranged killer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Viktor N (us) wrote: I don't know if it was becouse I was so tired or what, but I rather enjoyed this film. It even had me laughing out loud several times.. it didn't even bother me that they spoke dutch in the entire movie.
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Jorge O (us) wrote: One of the best films I've seen on hardships of a single mother. After all obstacles family of three. Highly recommend this film.
Perry G (ca) wrote: What a load of boring, nonsensical garbage. Bizarre, weird, arty farty bollocks. Total waste of time.
matt g (nl) wrote: For the first time in my I can say I enjoyed watching a film directed by Uwe Boll,Call me crazy but Heart of America is a pretty descent film Much much better then any other films he has directed and I have seen them all House of the Dead,Alone in the Dark and I even payed money to sit in a theatre and watch BloodRayne. Uwe Boll and Michale Bay some of the worst directors in the business today just need to take a step back and take a moment and reflect on what there films do to america and how lucky they are for being paid for top notch crap make you want to cry films.
Cha W (ru) wrote: weird film and too close to my life. In real life big rick wins.
Megan B (au) wrote: COMPLETELY not P'GeSIS appropriate, but Ian let us watch it for our second to last Friday Night Film anyway. Oh dear...
John R (fr) wrote: Last Viewed: 18/11/2009
Wesley W (br) wrote: I watched this in my child development class and I wish my teacher would have picked a better film that is like this to watch, like Knocked Up or Junior, but there are moments in this that keep it from being completely terrible.
Tinera B (nl) wrote: like this movie too!
Harpreet S (br) wrote: Maybe not a perfect film, but I still think it is great. The black and white dream sequence was just amazing, it reminded me of Tarkovsky. Also, the last shot of the film made me think of Antonioni. Is it that easy for Bergman to create a great film?
Eric R (au) wrote: This is a fun little b-movie that substitutes budget for ingenuity in creating an interesting and fun sci-fi/horror film. I am a sucker for these types of films featuring the retro production design in creating a futuristic world. It's kinda funny cause this film takes place in 1990, where man's exploration of the intergalactic landscape seems to have no boundaries. The film's pretty inventive and has a lot of that low-budget charm in creating this rather epic world. From a story aspect, the most interesting part of the film has to revolve around how these astronauts deal with the alien life-form, even after it has shown itself to be a deadly risk. They realize the importance of the find for mankind, instead of just deciding to destroy it, which creates some interesting moral discussions. That being said, this isn't a deep intellectual film, but I definitely enjoyed it for what it was.
Nicola W (ru) wrote: For a comedy I don't think I actually laughed but I quite liked the story, it was fun and easy to watch. Seen better and seen worse.
Stefan W (fr) wrote: Think i stopped watching these after the last one. But my daughter has read it and I will soon be watching it with her.
Gordon H (nl) wrote: Harry's Journey Takes a Dark TurnOriginally Written November 18, 2005--The fourth movie in the blockbuster Harry Potter franchise sees Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) returning for his fourth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, along with his friends, Ron (Rupert Grint) and Hermione (Emma Watson). This year, the legendary Tri-Wizard Tournament brings the arrival of two competing schools to Hogwarts. When Harry's name is unexpectedly drawn by the Goblet of Fire to compete in the tournament---even though he is not eligible and is technically a fourth player---he must still compete in the dangerous contest.I really enjoyed this new Harry Potter film. While condensed quite a bit from the largest novel in the series to date, screenwriter Steve Kloves streamlined J.K. Rowling's 700-plus-page opus into cinematic fighting form. Meanwhile, director Mike Newell delicately balances between whimsy and the ominous, on the uncertain middle ground where Harry lives, poised between fun at school, teenage romance, and an ever-deepening dark abyss. And the special effects, which threatened to overwhelm the first two movies, are seamlessly integrated here. But the best part of the film are Radcliffe, Grint, and Watson, who are becoming amazing actors in their own right. Who would have ever thought when these three kids were cast in these iconic roles all those years ago that they would be the best part of these films? In a word, incredible! Four-and-a-half stars.