The final night’s work approaches for the staff of an insane asylum. A minimal crew of security and researchers remain to ensure the patients behave as expected before their transfers to a maximum security prison. Struggling with memories of abandonment, Dr. Helen Kingford finds herself on the brink of quitting her job as a psychologist. Following his forced retirement, the hospital's head of security decides on a destabilizing course of action leading to chaos and destruction within the asylum. In the confusion, all of the dangerous patients escape their padded cells. Confused, Dr. Kingford awakens finding herself tied up in the hospital morgue. Not knowing who to trust, she finds herself running from everyone in an attempt to survive.
Debanjan C (br) wrote: It's good but I expected alot more from this movie. Still it's got its heart at the right place. Some scenes and sequences are brilliant, some are a let down. Some of the music is in the wrong place, at the wrong time. Acting wise, everyone does a good job!
Randy P (ag) wrote: It's a guilty pleasure popcorn flick. That's all.
Sonia S (ag) wrote: I haven't read the book, so had no expectations. Movie started out good, and looked promising, so couldn't understand why the low rating by the critics, but as it passed the halfway mark it became disappointing. Had the potential to be a very good movie but the bad plot holes and the unsatisfying ending ruined the movie for me. It still interested me to read the book, so will be added to my list of books I'd like to read someday.
Markus S (ca) wrote: Solid performances by Mac, Howard, and Elise in a typical inspirational sport movie.
Brad S (kr) wrote: An interesting film from Claire Denis, this really is a meditative film, not to be watched in the usual sense. It follows a French Foreign Legion group in Africa as they go through their routines. There's no real story to speak of, and barely anything happens. I appreciate what the director was trying to do, but just didn't work for me. For very serious film fans only.
John A (mx) wrote: This is horrible. Full frontal nudity couldn't save this film. A waste of some really nice cars. Luckily I watched this at work so I got paid to watch it!!
Eva L (it) wrote: I found the movie entertaining and I liked Dracula as a person. I liked that the gory details of the battles were left out and only left the impression of how horrible the deaths had to have been. I like that his love (for his wife and son) is stronger than a thirst that is supposed to be stronger than any addiction.
Vincent C (nl) wrote: The best of the Dirty Harry sequels, Eastwood - in the director's chair - skillfully blends action, dark subject matter, irony, and nuanced character traits in exciting fashion.