In 2009, six friends arrive at an isolated cabin to enjoy a long weekend in the snow. An epic snowstorm interrupts their vacation, trapping them on the mountain and resurrecting the haunting ghosts of the Donner Party. But, are they true 'entities' or is it simply 'cabin fever' that brings out their fears and darkness, causing friends to turn against each other as reality deteriorates around them.
- Stars:James Kyson, George Stults, Tiffany, Penny Drake, Danielle De Luca, Robert Michael Ryan, Michael Berryman, Mickey Jones, Kymberly Jane, Grady Lee Richmond, Jay Preston, John Dobroth, Elisa Eliot, Skyelar Rae, Steve Thomas Sr.,
- Director:Jason Robert Stephens,
- Writer:Robert Michael Ryan, Jason Robert Stephens
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(mx) wrote: Spinnin' has promise early on, when the film makes a pseudo-promise to show 101 different kinds of kisses. Ultimately, it turns into a story about children: the search for them, their relationship with parents, what people will do for them. The movie simply goes on way too long while jumping between far too many characters and stories. It's difficult to fully understand how these people are related to one another. Spinnin' almost feels like too much work, when the subtitles are brought into the picture.
(ca) wrote: "Tower Heist" had the star talent, but it failed to deliver any interesting action or memorable laughs.
(es) wrote: Funny take on the slacker mentality, growing up and relationships.
(br) wrote: Funny version of 007 spoof wannabe. Stephen Chow rules with a butcher knife. Anita Yuen is beautiful and can be funny as well.
(ag) wrote: One of their careers was dead and the other was just moments from flatlining. You can guess who is the former and who is the latter.
(fr) wrote: Hands down, the best movie to watch with someone you "love". Everything from the characters, their chemistry, the drama is all perfect. It also has one of the best music placements in movie history with one of my favourite songs of all time. "In Your Eyes - Peter Gabriel" Romance on screen at its finest!
(ca) wrote: Early in the movie when Rocky is running around with a street gang, including Sal Mineo and Steve McQueen, you can see why Robert Wise was later given the job of directing West Side Story. I recently read an informative biography about Paul Newman. I didn't realize that he came out of the Actor's Studio, the same method school as Brando, Dean and many others. Newman observed the real Rocky Graziano, saw the neighborhoods where he lived, trained in the gym where he trained. Incidentally, Brando based his manner and voice for Stanley and Terry on Rocky too. Newman embodies a character who seems so different from the ones I've seen him play a later in life. He is excellent. I don't think I've seen any other movies in which Pier Angeli plays a role. Her role here is not the normal doting girlfriend/wife who fades into the background of the story. True she is doting on Rocky, but she shows a strength and a vulnerability that is usually not explored in a supporting part in a biopic like this. The circle of friends and family who surround Rocky through his life are played by a great cast of character actors. Parts of this movie were filmed on location in New York, when that was still a fairly new practice. So it has a realistic feel that doesn't often shrink from the tougher issues in Rocky's life. The big boxing match near the end must have been an inspiration to Scorsese and De Niro for Raging Bull. The movies of course share black and white cinematography. While Scorsese played with the camera speed more, here Wise keeps things at realistic speeds. The makeup work done on Newman as he gets pummeled and swollen looks quite similar to De Niro's makeup. This is a lifelike biopic that covers many years in Rocky Graziano life. The worst part about it is Perry Como's rendition of the title song over both sets of credits.
(gb) wrote: Want to see it because it just HAS to suck :D
(mx) wrote: One of the best movies of all time. The main subject sol relevant.
(br) wrote: this needs to be rated much higher