A college professor reluctantly hides an escaped female convict who tries to get him to help prove her innocent of a murder.
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Jesse O (jp) wrote: This is quite the depressing film. Then again with a name like Suicide Room, it's not surprising. I don't mean this as a derogatory statement, but this is the type of film that would be shown at school to high school kids just so you can, at least, try to help a young student who may be troubled or depressed get the help they need. And I think the film does a good job at getting this message across in a timely and believable manner. A kid is bullied at school because of an incident. He then retreats into his room, refusing to come out, and finds solace and acceptance with a group of people who all create avatars in this make believe, computer world. It makes sense that Dominik would choose join up with a group of people who accept him as it is, just like most other teens. This problem is also exacerbated by the fact that his parents simply don't notice him. They may have provided him with food and shelter, and everything else he could ever want, but they were never there for him when he needed them most. And all their attempts to help him were merely for their own personal gain, instead of focusing on trying to help their son get better. I think they cared for Dominik, they just had a shitty way of showing it. The acting is quite good. And the computer world is, visually at least, good too, but a bit too unrealistic with the type of story they were telling. The ending was particularly heartbreaking, because it's something that could and should've been avoided. I think a lot of people will be turned off by the film but I thought it was a very good film. I just think the story progression is very good and intelligent.
Laara C (gb) wrote: So interesting, an eye wakening when it comes to vaccines. The documentary states that vaccines can be good when it comes to disease that can be common for children and adults. This is were the pharmaceutical companies becomes gray and even dark. Nowadays kids&parents are pressure by doctors, teachers, television, and even the government to vaccinate their children. The thing is the doses are becoming more higher than ever before, making the body less immune plus having more risk of side affects. It could be a wide ranges of side affects not just autism or some sort of learning disability but for example strokes, seizures, partial facial paralysis, headaches, asthma, chronic fatigue and even death. It is becoming more mandatory for kids at such a young age when their brains are developing. It is believe that the rate of USA children with chronic diseases and disabilities will become more of a common thing. One of the main ingredients in vaccines is mercury, aluminum, formaldehyde, and other preservatives. Amazingly, they haven't done a really intense studies&research on what this ingredients can do to the brain or body but are given to babies, kids, and adults since its been said to be safe. It is now that a few doctors&scientist are researching because more parents&adults are becoming aware of this epidemic to vaccine without truly knowing what it does to our bodies. This movie explains what this chemicals do when it's injected to the body - which like I say is very eye opening. A must see...
Heather M (nl) wrote: "Miss Bronte, Miss Bronte..."
Khanh D (es) wrote: C est beau de voir un homme mouche se faire ecraser par une merde geante
Gary B (kr) wrote: Bizarre, bizarre, bizzare...never seen anything like it! had to watch in stages as all a bit strange. Has to be seen to be believed - particularly the singing anuses!
Michael L (us) wrote: quickly TNG the dry gun chugging try try try gcd reeds DVD get this of CD from his time his time his time his time his time in U.S.A.
Sarah B (ca) wrote: A real good chick flick!
Jim S (kr) wrote: Cool. Troma's classy promotion really won me over. The movie wasn't too bad itself though. Very passable slasher film. Nothing mindblowing but I didn't turn it off so that's a plus.
Rocky R (au) wrote: i might like this movie if the copy the bargain box sold me worked
Simon P (kr) wrote: Great concept! Atrociously acted cheesy trash directed by Fred Olen Ray, a true master of B-movie brilliance.Utter shit and fully recommended.
Senor C (de) wrote: Ahh Andy Sidaris & the wonderful world of bombs, bullets & babes. That's usually what they are because the plots & acting are cut rate so they never actually measure up to be a good movie. You do get some brilliant dialogue like 'let's wait. I do my best thinking in the jaguzzi.' That's great because I do some of my best thinking on the toilet & I sure wouldn't want to see Dona Speir & Hope Marie on the can; we get them topless in a hot tub...but we do get a great big infected killer snake burst out of the toilet @ the end. So bad it's good but not so good to recommend (if I was going to recommend a Sidaris film Ive seen I would suggest Malibu Express) because @ times you can actually feel brain cells die as you watch..but then again where else are you going to see someone blown up on a skateboard w/ a rocket launcher
Wes S (kr) wrote: Lugosi can't save it, but his performance isn't his worse. The story isn't entirely terrible, but it's not really interesting enough. The rest of the characters are pretty bland at most, and even the most exciting moments feel rather lackluster.
Suveera A (ru) wrote: Mindless musical entertainment, featuring the first-ever pairing of the Ultimate Film Dancing Couple, Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire, together memorably dancing the fun Carioca. Plus, watching the girls dancing atop flying airplanes was also particularily thrilling!