A bigoted, fanatical nun comes face to face with the lives she ruined through her teachings when a quartet of her traumatized former students return to perform at her Christmas Eve church lecture. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sister Mary Explains It All
As Sister Mary delivers a lecture on sin and its consequences, she's interrupted by several of her former students, who have little positive to say about how a Catholic education has impacted their lives.
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Jeslin K (ca) wrote: It's all about surfing. Blue crush 2 is just in name only as I don't see any link of this to its part one. If you love the ocean you would like the surfing scenes.
Juliet H (fr) wrote: Finally got round to seeing this and I am glad I did. I have no idea why the critics hated it so much.
Ben D (kr) wrote: A tribute to Dolomite with better production, an instant classic for a mature literature class.
Eric M (au) wrote: I'm not even going there.
Dena S (fr) wrote: Lovely story about a love hate relationship. Lemmon & Matthau make a good team. :)
Ryan E (de) wrote: great coming of age movie that you probably haven't seen
Vadim S (de) wrote: fantastic and complex. I'm definitley interested in seeing more films from Larry Fessenden.
Matthew L (gb) wrote: The 7th and final film in Hammers Frankenstein franchise, that ends the series on a strong note surprisingly for a series that was 17 years old by this point. Cushing is on fine form as ever and bounces brilliantly off young Shane Briant as the two continue the Barons work inside an asylum. The Baron has once again faked his death and is now working as the resident Doctor in the asylum to which he had been committed, it is to here that Simon Helder, Briant, is sent after following in the Barons footsteps. Together the pair continue the Barons work assembling a 'monster' from various parts of some of the asylums residents. Par for the course, for Frankenstein films all goes swimmingly until they don't when the 'monster' breaks out inside the asylum going on a killing rampage before finally being torn limb from limb by the inmates. The only real let down of the film is the monster itself, the makeup just doesn't work and it seems as though the makeup team have over stretched themselves on this occasion. All in all though a superior piece of Hammer horror that ends upon an upbeat note with The Baron preparing to begin his experiments anew, sadly there were to be no more films in the series. Incidentally this was the last film directed by Terence Fisher one of Hammers great directors.
Reece L (ag) wrote: It's hard to know where to begin when describing something as bizarre as El Topo, a film that includes castrated colonels, priests ridden like horses, lions, whip fights, rabbit farms, and cultists in drag. Largely an excellent display of violent imagination, Jodorowsky's work is so visually striking and rife with poignant moments that it can be forgiven its meandering narrative that occasionally feels tedious.
Ryan A (es) wrote: Not Hitchcock's strongest film, but Grant and Kelly shine together on screen ... they're irresistible together.
Paul D (es) wrote: Good solid stuff Rathbone and Bruce go to America for another mystery for Holmes. A classic watch.
James H (us) wrote: This sequel to Funny Girl isn't bad at all. Some great songs and musical numbers. The production quality is excellent, superb costumes, art direction and cinematography. Patches of humor are welcome. It's too long however.
Brendan A (us) wrote: Not that much jumpscares at all... A found footage film is so and so... My opinion when they first started the film, it was like they were really filming a horror movie, then it got into more and more and I know when the jumpscares were coming. I would kind of recommend this movie, but not that much.
Christopher E (jp) wrote: This is one of the first action movies that I really ever saw in my life. I saw it as a kid so to me, this movie was amazing back then. It introduced me to the beloved Will Smith and the world of Sci-Fi and Fantasy. It's weird because it's not an perfect movie by all means, but it'll always hold a place in my heart. Now, I'm pretty sure I can review this movie without objectivity, so here it goes. I, Robot is an exciting (but flawed) Sci-Fi film about advanced, artificial intelligence that has become a big part of our society. The thing that I liked was how the city of Chicago didn't look THAT much different. It looks like a regular city and it wasn't all futuristic and stuff. I hate when movies make everything look so "futuristic" because it just doesn't look real or great. What I didn't like is the highway systems or the driving. It was unrealistic to a point where it just didn't make sense. I don't feel that some of that technology would actually be present or plausible during that time (ex. how they park). For a movie made in 2004 (and overall), it's actually contains some really good visuals. The CGI is solid all around but does have some moments where it doesn't look so good. The acting in this movie is also good for the most part. Will Smith's character isn't the most likable, but he manages to deliver some witty lines every once in a while. He was, and still is a great actor, and I think he delivered the best performance he could out of this. The supporting cast was fine, but the script wasn't strong enough to make anyone stand out. This movie probably throws out too many one-liners and makes you groan at times. I still had a lot of fun with the movie, be it imperfect. The pacing also feels very rushed in this movie. I can appreciate that they got to the point quickly, but they could've given a little bit more tension in some parts by slowing it down a little bit. I realized that this movie was 1 hour and 55 minutes, but it can definitely feel rushed at times. I do like the mystery aspect to it and it's still exciting when the action goes down. So although the movie is a head-scratcher at times and is extremely cheesy, I still had a really fun time with it. It has a great actor as the lead, and interesting premise, some good visuals, and is just a fun popcorn flick. Just know what you're going into before you watch it and you'll come out having a pretty good time. I would definitely say that if you see this Blu-Ray for less than $5, give it a chance and buy it.
Mo B (it) wrote: Rating: 69%With bright animation, colorful yet silly characters, and a so-so plot, Rio should entertain the kiddies while giving the adults a fair share.
Michael D (br) wrote: Why do vampires have such a thing for virgins? ' If you are going to eat a sandwich, you would just enjoy it more if you knew no one had fucked it'. Brilliant.