A homicidal maniac is accidentally released from a hospital because of a computer error and heads to the site (a sorority) of his past murders to continue his penchant for mayhem. Dr. Joan ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A homicidal maniac is accidentally released from a hospital because of a computer error and heads to the site (a sorority) of his past murders to continue his penchant for mayhem.
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Steve M (au) wrote: Dead 7 Starring: John Myles, Matt Emery, Tanya Dempsey, Delia Copold, and Brett Charles Director: Garrett Clancey When a deaf-mute boy is thrown down a pit by a pair of vicious meth-dealers, they and their friends soon become the center strange events and brutal killings. Is the boy's sister avenging his death, or is something more sinister (and supernatural) afoot? "Dead 7" is not, by any stretch of the imagination, a good movie. It's badly acted; based on a script that's so bad that it manages to be predictable and incomprehensibly muddled at the same time, seeming to forget its own storyline at a couple of points; and features gore effects so ineptly deployed that they look even cheaper than they probably were. It's almost unwatchable. The movie manages to tease forth a few chilling moments (mostly revolving around a hole that exists in the woods for no particular reason, and as the meth dealer and pals are being stalked) However, I give the filmmakers credit for decent camera work. It's the photography rather than the script and badly done effects that provide the scares in this cheap, ameuterish production. The way the camera moves during certain scenes makes the viewer want to get ahead of the lense and see what's happening. This technical aspect of the otherwise lame production earned "Dead 7" a full Tomato all by itself. (Which means that unless you want to see some interesting filming with obviously limited equipment, don't bother with this one.)
Fivos G (nl) wrote: All conspiracy theories in one movie. There are some true facts though.Cannot really rate this one.
Gagan S (es) wrote: Great sequel! I really enjoyed it!
Michael B (es) wrote: Very enjoyable Italian film.
Christophe M (mx) wrote: Nettement meilleur que le premier, ce deuxime chapitre le surpasse en tout point, le jeu d'acteur est meilleur, la musique (clairement un des points faible du premier) la ralisation se montre davantage la hauteur, et la cohsion ne souffre plus des flashbacks mal mont de l'original. Cette fois ci nous sommes en 2015 et le monde est aux pieds de "Tomodachi" (Friend), mais un plan se profil et pourrait faire de lui l'gal d'un dieu. La nice de Kenji est une jeune fille et c'est son tour de se battre, et encore une fois, il s'agit de savoir qui est "Tomodachi". Cet opus nous dvoile certains lments cl de l'original et fait dj tomber certains masques et certaines certitude qu'on pouvait avoir la fin du premier, donc le mystre reste entier mme si des lments de rponses sont donnes. L'histoire est toujours aussi bonne, et avec un tel degr d'amlioration par rapport au prcdent, on prend encore plus son pied et a devient vraiment insupportable d'attendre la conclusion finale. Vivement le 3, oh et la chanson "20th century boy" en gnrique de fin (et aussi du dbut dans le premier) colle vraiment au film et on a envie de se la passer en boucle pour prolonger son plaisir. Vraiment bien, j'espre que le dernier sera aussi bien !!!
Ari N (br) wrote: the most real gay film I have ever seen
Banjo K (au) wrote: Horrible acting horrible chucky scenes, horrible characters but I wish I could give it a 0/5
Johnny P (ca) wrote: giati den kserame pws na agapisoume?
Omar Q (mx) wrote: I love this movie it was awesome.
Rohit K (ag) wrote: It was gr8, good movie only if you know the game.
Shawn W (de) wrote: Two men caught cheating on their CIA entrance exam are used as decoy spies for a mission in the middle east and Russia. Had not seen this one in years and did not hold up as well as I expected. Still a decent comedy with a good premise.
Stefaan s (jp) wrote: vandalism is as beautiful as a rock in a cop's face.
Rhiannon W (br) wrote: "It's fashionable to be gay."Awesome terribly camp/kitsch piece of cinema.
Burton (ag) wrote: Stunning, but not the most thrilling of his films.
Art S (au) wrote: The Lubitsch touch was a certain wink-wink naughtiness put forth in a sublime comic way that kept things elegant rather than crass or raunchy. Or at least that's my interpretation. Here, Gary Cooper and Frederic March are best friends, a painter and a playwright, who fall in love with Miriam Hopkins. However, she can't decide which she prefers and instead they decide to live together as a threesome - but no sex allowed. Of course, this doesn't quite work out (or does it?). Edward Everett Horton is the fuddy-duddy foil to the merry three -- although somehow he is less funny than in the Astaire/Rogers films. In fact, the whole package is somewhat less delicious than other Lubitsch hits (Trouble in Paradise, The Shop Around the Corner, Ninotchka, Heaven Can Wait, To Be or Not To Be) - this may be a result of the screenwriter, Ben Hecht, who excelled in a different kind of comedy (His Girl Friday, Nothing Sacred, Twentieth Century). Nevertheless, Design for Living crosses many lines in its review of the plausibility of the menage a trois (something the censor would never allow a few years later) and it has a distinct feminist flair with Hopkins definitely in control. Not quite a revelation but never less than enjoyable.
Timothy H (au) wrote: what a film i didn't know this happen in real life
Mike C (it) wrote: Good movie and all that, but how in the world was it in any way considered a musical or comedy at awards shows? Lame.To make a completely foreign environment believable takes a certain skill. That's an impressive part of the movie, as is Damon's ability to carry the movie on his back as a loner in said environment. Mind you, he and Casey Affleck shined in Gerry when it was just the two of them walking around.Anyway, creative and original movie. Some thoughtful stuff and enough drama to keep it going.