A TV program selects people at random to kill one another for fame and their freedom. Ever seen the show "Survivor" and wished they would just start killing each other?? Series 7 literally gives its contestants the guns. The film is not merely a satire on reality TV. It is an example of just how far people will shamelessly go for fame. 6 contenders are pitted against each other in a no holds barred, kill or be killed contest. The reigning champ is Dawn, a hard-nosed, mother-to-be. We go back and forth between Dawn and the other 5 contenders to see if someone can dethrone Dawn and become the new Champion. What is the prize? How are the contestants picked? These questions are not as important as asking yourself how shameless has our society become?
Matt W (gb) wrote: One of the 5 best sneaky good movies of the past few years...
Renee N (br) wrote: luvly.....y'all should watch motives 2
James H (mx) wrote: 5.5/10. Not too bad. Very much a hit and miss film, some of the gagsare quite funny and some simply do not work at all. Natasha Gregson Wagner is particularly good, the cast in general though is fine.
Ingvar Ottergren N (fr) wrote: good acting, but still.... I don't know. better see it again
John P (ca) wrote: I have seen these movie when I was a kid.. this one of the best family movies i have ever watched...
Dark M (au) wrote: So powerful. Lee Remick and Jack Lemmon together in this movie made it a classic...... If you've never seen it, do it.
Craig L (ca) wrote: This is worthwhile just for Jack Palance's performance. It is like he is acting against his will and furious about it. Many of the other cast members appear to have been drugged with some kind of slacker-opiate...this film has the most apathetic elf I've ever seen. And Catronia MacColl is, of course, gorgeous. An easy rental, no matter what Bilbo Bagshot's dad says.
Ryan K (ag) wrote: Had the feeling of a brian grazer production...perhaps would have ben better with Ron Howard taking the wheel...
Shantel D (br) wrote: Aubrey Plaza is hilarious! This movie would be great in a trio with "Fido" and "A Little Bit Zombie".
Jenna I (it) wrote: A mediocre movie with two great characters - Moseby and Paula. Warren knocks it out of the park as a realistic and layered female character- shocking for the 70s for the most part. Then Hackman plays so genuinely nice, friendly and sincere your heart can't help but bleed for him. Unfortunately the plot doesn't live up to the depth of the characters. For a movie that dabbles in child molestation and potential kidnappings the answer to of the why for the twist is super left field and bland.