Loups=Garous

Loups=Garous

Virtual reality. Murder. Werewolves. And teen girls! In a future where nothing is as it seems, can old legends come true? In the near future, humans will communicate almost exclusively through monitors, making real interaction a rarefied and weak occurrence for those living in a near totalitarian society. In this new world of communication, children are only allowed to interact personally on school grounds. So when a serial killer starts slaughtering junior high children the communication routes go under further surveillance. And despite all the safeguards put in place to avoid physical interaction, the killer's latest victim turns out to have been in contact with three young girls: Tsuzki Mio, a certified prodigy; Matsuno Hatsuki, a quiet but opinionated classmate; and Kouno Ayumi, her best friend. And as the girls get caught up in trying to quell curiosity under such terrorist scrutiny, Hatsuki learns that there is much more than meets the eye of their monitored communications.

Virtual reality. Murder. Werewolves. And teen girls! In a future where nothing is as it seems, can old legends come true? In the near future, humans will communicate almost exclusively through monitors, making real interaction a rarefied and weak occurrence for those living in a near totalitarian society. In this new world of communication, children are only allowed to interact personally on school grounds. So when a serial killer starts slaughtering junior high children the communication routes go under further surveillance. And despite all the safeguards put in place to avoid physical interaction, the killer's latest victim turns out to have been in contact with three young girls: Tsuzki Mio, a certified prodigy; Matsuno Hatsuki, a quiet but opinionated classmate; and Kouno Ayumi, her best friend. And as the girls get caught up in trying to quell curiosity under such terrorist scrutiny, Hatsuki learns that there is much more than meets the eye of their monitored communications. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jaspinder D (us) wrote: great movie...............

Lee P (es) wrote: Terrible, the camera work and direction in particular are very poor.

Danial S (us) wrote: This again my ideal movie so i like it

Alex M (it) wrote: The most awful movie I have ever seen. WOW. Horrible start, dang bad middle, GOD AWFUL ENDING. I want my life back.

Anthony D (it) wrote: This is one of those films that near impossible for me to review without bias due to the impact it had on my childhood. Watching it again, I think it has stayed strong throughout the years.

Eric R (jp) wrote: Gymkata wants to be a Jean Claude Van Damme movie..so yea, that's saying something. Its one of those movies that is so bad its funny but then its just bad and kinda boring. It is not in the same league as Riki-Oh, Troll 2, or anything like that. The very beginning is awesome but Robert Clouse sure loves to use some shitty slow motion frequently. Not as good as I had hoped...

Greg W (gb) wrote: ok its another UK 'angry young man' pics like 'Saturday morning, sunday night'

Leena L (jp) wrote: "Excuse me, sir. Seeing as how the V.P. is such a V.I.P., shouldn't we keep the P.C. on the Q.T.? 'Cause if it leaks to the V.C. he could end up M.I.A., and then we'd all be put out in K.P."My Vietnam Weekend continues. Robin Williams is doing what he is good at: being funny! Totally different kind of film than the one from last night (Apocalype now, redux), showing the way the information gets distorted by the establishments, such as army, to keep a certain image intact. Film also has a nice soundtrack to it and unlike most other Vietnam films, not too much shooting or dead bodies!

Gabby H (gb) wrote: This movie was great for Beatles fans everywhere! It had every type of character possible(the huge fanatic, the timid responsible girl, the shy boy, the huge flirt, the mature girl, and the pompous girl) and had a great story.