In a sleepy and uneventful small town, three college students, bored and desperate to make their mark, plot a savage and merciless murder. Electing to keep a video journal to memorialize their bizarre pact, they plot in secret, devising a homemade death chamber that will allow them to see, hear, feel, and linger over their intended victim's torment and final moments of life. Then, chosen at random, a fellow student becomes this victim when she is to receive perhaps the most brutal and horrifying of all fates. The default leader of this macabre trio directs the physical and psychological terror, even as contention and hostility within the group threatens to jeopardize their twisted plan, culminating in a violent and chilling conclusion.
SteL P (kr) wrote: This movie gives a interesting view on today's crisis and on the importance of solidarity and awareness..
Eva M (gb) wrote: Watchable but very average and tired. And another repetition of the Hollywood stereotype of the career woman as hard, driven and so cold she's practically a sociopath.
Simon A (ca) wrote: Racing Stripes is a family film you'll enjoy as a kid, but as an adult it'll mean less and less to you.Nolan Walsh (Bruce Greenwood) is a farmer who once earned his living training racehorses before his wife was killed in an accident while riding, which led him to leave the racing game. Nolan tends to his farm and looks after his daughter Channing (Hayden Panettiere) and a large flock of animals, who speak to one another but not to humans. After a traveling circus passes through town, a zebra pony is left behind; Nolan takes in the animal, intending to return it to the circus, but at Channing's insistence they keep the zebra, naming him Stripes (voiced by Frankie Muniz). Channing loves Stripes, and the zebra is welcomed by the other critters on the farm, including grumpy Shetland pony Tucker (voiced by Dustin Hoffman), slow-moving hound dog Lightning (voiced by Snoop Dogg), a New Jersey-born pelican named Goose (voiced by Joe Pantoliano), skinny-brained rooster Reggie (voiced by Jeff Foxworthy), and deep-thinking goat Franny (voiced by Whoopi Goldberg). Channing discovers that Stripes can outrun nearly any horse around, and Woodzie (M. Emmett Walsh), a local character who has spent years handicapping the ponies, is convinced the zebra would be shoo-in in the Kentucky Open, a prestigious race held at the estate of champion horse breeder Clara Dalrymple (Wendie Malick). Channing believes Stripes can win, but he'll need the help of Nolan, who isn't so sure he's ready to start training again; meanwhile, Stripes gets plenty of advice from the other farm animals about his big step onto the race track.The plot is inspiration and heartfelt, but it feels like we've seen that story 100 times before right? e.g. Babe and Rocky.
Red L (kr) wrote: In thinking about this movie, I first thought that is was such a stupid movie because none of it was logical. A car burns up in a grand explosion, and the driver comes out without a burn. A girl takes every pill she can find in the medicine cabinet, but comes out unscathed. But OK, the movie is a satire on almost everything.
Jose Luis M (jp) wrote: Quien m s podra interpretar el papel de Severine, nadie mas que Catherine Denueve misteriosa belleza glida. Pelcula del gran director Luis Buuel sobre la falsa moral de la sociedad tocando temas como el voyeurismo, masoquismo y dem s temas tabu en el ao de su estreno. Inolvidables las fantasas de Severine castigada por su marido.
amy S (us) wrote: One of the funniest, Marx Brothers movie ever made.
Marjon O (us) wrote: Holy crap! Really great movie and not very far from the truth - RIP Phillip Seymour Hoffman, as he delivered an exceptional performance and a German accent to boot.
Kevin R (fr) wrote: What's more Halloween than getting eaten by a werewolf?An orphaned young man wants to know more about his parents and starts by investigating the town his mom was from. He finds a town full of lycans that teach him about his people. He discovers that he has unique lycan powers and that may be the reason he was orphaned. What was his mom trying to hide him from?"You think I'm afraid of dying?""It's not the dying. It's what comes first."David Hayter, director of the upcoming television mini-series World War III, delivers Wolves in his directorial debut. The storyline for this picture is lacking and isn't worth following. The action was inconsistent and the gore was just okay. The acting was very average and the cast includes Lucas Till, Jason Momoa, Adam Butcher, Merritt Peterson, and Janet-Laine Green."I need a hospital or vet or something."I randomly came across this on Showtime Anytime and decided to give it a shot. This was very average and the special effects were disappointing. There wasn't much to see here and I'd recommend skipping it."Is it a gift or a curse?"Grade: D
Andrew B (it) wrote: A fairly worthy take on Joyce Carol Oates' short story, "Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?" Contains added liberties, which I thought worked in a cinematic context. Affective performances - Treat Williams plays a creep very well. My only real problem is that this movie could have been much better had it took place in any decade but the 80's.
Dyron W (jp) wrote: An childhood classic right here. This is fun, eye popping fare that perfectly blends top notch effects with satire. Even if its a little too much like Gremlins, this is still cool toys run amok film.