Reform School Girls

Reform School Girls

Jenny is sent to a women's reform school. It is run by evil warden Sutter and her henchwoman Edna. Jenny will stop at nothing to escape but she also has to deal with Charlie the bully.

Jenny is sent to a women's reform school. It is run by evil warden Sutter and her henchwoman Edna. Jenny will stop at nothing to escape but she also has to deal with Charlie the bully. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Cade H (ca) wrote: The Lords of Salem seems like it might be another masterpiece from Mr. Rob Zombie. Only thing is, Zombie forgot to include anything scary or slightly interesting and this film is anything but a masterpiece. It starts out extremely weird, but that was expected and then slowly progresses at a normal rate about a female radio Dj who lives in Salem. Slowly strange things start happening and weird creatures appear for a short time, all in what seem like dreams or visions. There is never really a strong connection between any of the characters and you never grow to even care for the main girl. The last 20 minutes are completely insane and messed up and there is no real fitting conclusion to the film. Zombie needs to get back to the form he was for his original movies like Devils Rejects because lately his films are just way to over the top and trippy for the average person who isn't a satanic freak to enjoy.

Heather M (de) wrote: I am going to pass on this.

steven s (es) wrote: Great movie! wnet in thinking it was a musical, its not it just has music in it. Really great ensemble group of charactors. up for best song at the academy awards

Debbie D (br) wrote: Kevin Costner was good in this movie too!

Michael B (es) wrote: I'm not sure why I had never heard of this film before. Thanks to Netflix for recommending it to me. I really enjoyed it. Devil in a Blue Dress stars Denzel Washington as "Easy" Rawlins, a hard working man trying to achieve the American dream in the 40's. Easy is asked to track down a missing woman and soon finds himself tangled in a murder mystery. Devil in a Blue Dress plays out like a noir film. It's equipped with a voice over by Washington as well as dames with long legs (Jennifer Beals.) Denzel gives his normal amazing performance, but he's overshadowed by Don Cheadle, who plays Easy's homicidal homie. Cheadle is so volatile you feel like he can explode at any moment. There are some strong themes of race and what it was like living as a black person in a post-war America. If you're a fan of some of the actors in the film or a fan of the genre, I would highly recommend Devil in a Blue Dress.

Cille I (au) wrote: This is one of those movies who tells it's story without many words and in a slow pace. More than anything it's a story of emotional detatchment and the desperation that lies behind that lack of contact. Great soundtrack. Very moving, if you let yourself experience the emotion of the film, rather than try to 'think' it.

Jessica H (gb) wrote: THe Banshee Cry is more of a Howl, but this film still held my attention.

Kayla K (au) wrote: If this movie could be less shooting on horse back it would be hilarious because Pancho Villa is a comedic genius. Shut up, ....please.

WS W (us) wrote: Another biopic in which acting surpassing directing/writing.

Rendan L (fr) wrote: Despite its visual strength, excellent soundtrack, and a great High Jackman performance The Fountain struggles to keep pace, feels a bit drawn out, and is overly full of itself. Grade: C+

James P (jp) wrote: It's the sort of film where by about the 20-minute mark you hope that every character dies by the end - even the ones who haven't been introduced into the plot yet.

Carlos M (gb) wrote: There is virtually nothing that works in this convoluted, nonsensical and terribly-written drama in which not even the visuals escape the artificial and clichd, and so everything is a complete failure, from the expository narration to the ridiculous story-within-a-story-within-a-story structure.

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