A serial killer stalks sisters he befriended after their car broke down.

A car, following the Tour de France. Children screaming in front of the puppet show. Women, often prostitutes, trying to scream as they are being strangled. Then he will meet Claire, the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Zach B (ag) wrote: Ever get the feeling that you have wasted about 10% of your life on a film? Yeah, that was my reaction to the latest film in the infamous 'Children Of The Corn' films. Here is the thing people: after eight bloody films, most of which are so bad I can't stand them, why would you want to carry on this dead beat of a horse? Actually, I don't even like the series, so why am I even wasting my time with this film? The answer is simple: I kind of liked the second adaptation from Stephen King's original short story, so I had some hopes. This film destroyed all those hopes.The first, and main problem, is that this doesn't even follow the mythology of the original story. In fact, except for a very terrible beginning, this film doesn't even remotely feel like it is part of the same series. To put it mildly, this is one of those films you see on television at three in the morning when you can't sleep due to insomnia. Nothing good, nothing decent. My only main question is simple: who's idea was it to even make this film? Who wrote this garbage and thought it would work? Because, sorry to say this: nothing in this film works. The acting is stale, the script is laughable, nothing is scary, and it is kind of insulting to fans of horror, Stephen King, and to Children Of The Corn in general.As you can tell, I have nothing good to say about this film. It's bad, it's awful, it needs to be burnt forever. Take my advice: just skip this film. If it is on television, you will get a more better horror story watching the news channel.

Timmy C (fr) wrote: i guess singing is cute

Jonathan B (ru) wrote: A solid production with good performances from the cast help to bring the story of the fight for equal voting rights for black people in the late 1960s. David Oyelowo portrays the charismatic Martin Luther King Jnr who, together with his supporters protested and marched in the face of violent opposition in the Alabama town of Selma and forced US President Johnson to change the law. It seems unbelievable to us now, looking back, that people were treated so appallingly and brutally for merely trying to exercise their civil right to register to vote. It is also strange that this is one of the first times that Dr. King has been portrayed in a drama on the big screen. Selma makes a compelling statement about justice and civil freedom and as a story of human determination in the face of wrong, it is a worthy story.

Bashar H (ru) wrote: another sensational achievement from Coppola ... it's a greet movie

Tish (au) wrote: OMG.. haha my mother should watch this movie,..It would like be a big statement.. xD for her,, xD hopefully she finally will accept my sexuality.. xDThis movie is so much fun and it has a great point about culture differences and traditions..Still want the DVD, but I can't find it or buy it with the good region.. 0.o

Percy F (jp) wrote: I really enjoyed watching Dr. Who give a truly dynamic, physical performance of Hamlet.Tennant doesn't so much play Hamlet as inhabits the character to the point where it is almost impossible to tear one's eyes away from his performance. And then there's the Bard's wonderful words. Listening to Shakespeare is like taking a lesson in the history of English aphorisms. Three thumbs up!

Jessica H (au) wrote: I'm not wowed by it, but there is something there.

Malikah B (kr) wrote: If you're a fan of The Blair Witch you'll enjoy it. Loved the idea.

Joshua B (es) wrote: A good but dark superhero film. Karl Urban embodies the part of Judge Dredd excellently. Worth a watch if you like DC or dark superhero films.

Marina A (jp) wrote: Though traditional in its approach to the story, employing talking head interviews with archival footage, Joe Berlinger's Whitey: United States of America v. James J. Bulger is memorable because of the necessary shift in story telling as the events unfold.I like these type of documentaries that are forced to adapt to new circumstances but that, and the story itself, are the only memorable things about Berlinger's documentary. Interesting enough.