After the mysterious, brutal death of an old friend, a group of teenagers find themselves in possession of "Stay Alive," an ultra-realistic 3-D videogame based on the spine-chilling true story of a 17th century noblewoman, known as "The Blood Countess." The gamers don't know anything about the game other than they're not supposed to have it... and they're dying to play it. Not able to resist temptation, the kids begin to play the grisly game but soon make a chilling connection -- they are each being murdered one-by-one in the same way as the characters they played in the game. As the line between the game world and the real world disappears, the teens must find a way to defeat the vicious and merciless Blood Countess, all the while trying to... stay alive.
After the mysterious, brutal death of an old friend, a group of teenagers find themselves in possession of "Stay Alive," an ultra-realistic 3-D videogame based on the true story of an ancient noblewoman known as the Blood Countess. And once they die in the game, they die for real. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Andres G (ag) wrote: Psima pelcula de esta maltratada saga.
Syed H (br) wrote: Truly one of the greatest comedies to come out of Hollywood in a long time!
Claudio D (mx) wrote: Voc v que o filme tenta ser bem produzido, mas no d, a histria bem fraca e a direo pssima...
Russell T (ag) wrote: Not very easy to really "get the story", but still fascinating as it is the only Iraqi movie I have ever seen...
John B (fr) wrote: I think that the Turkish experience in Germany has really added to that country's film culture and this is another fine addition.
Kevin S (jp) wrote: I added this to Flixster - can't wait to see it!
Laura C (mx) wrote: cccooooooooooooooooooooool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Michael L (br) wrote: Hands down Stephen Chow's best movie. Everything else he's done since pales in comparison. In fact, I would say that most of his films since have been based off the same formula (the protagonist has to struggle, pick himself up and is finally reborn and along the way he meets an ugly woman, whom he fall in love with).
Jo D (de) wrote: Not impressed. Kept waiting for something substantial to happen with him & the actress from General Hospital, the story with them was a bore & odd. The movie as a whole felt like something was missing and the plot really went no where. As a child of the 80's and a forever Bee Gees fan, I don't know how I missed this growing up or why most of the BG songs in this flick were un familiar to me. Maybe because this movie was nothing then and it is nothing now.
Jason C (de) wrote: The popularity, success and reputation of this film elude me somewhat - it's not funny, the action scenes are limp and many of the scenes simply do not work (the ending being a particular case in point). It has not aged well at all.
Dave S (ca) wrote: Shockingly good. Yes, there are points where the plot points cross over into idiocy - the characters aren't always trapped so much as they flat out make bad choices. Still, two-time Academy Award nominee Ann Margret (no, really) is a friggin' force of nature in this.
Victor T (fr) wrote: We follow the lives of Brian Taylor and Miguel Zavala, two members of the LAPD, as they accomplish their job of protect and serve.Everyone has an actor that has makes you excites you for a film or makes you watch a film that you have no interest, and one of those actors for me is Jake Gyllenhaal, so I watched this film when it came out but now with "Suicide Squad" approaching I wanted to see David Ayers directorial style so I rewatched this 2012 film and I have to say it wasn't as bad as I remembered. "End of Watch" has two solid and charismatic performances by Gyllenhaal and Pea, the pacing is more than solid it is consistent, the two main characters have believable chemistry, the comedy is actually funny or at the very least charming, and its action sequences are more than exciting thanks to its mashup directing style (this is found footage mixed with documentary and standard), particularly the ending. But regardless this film has many problems. The acting of the supporting cast is just awful (it feels like they waste their budget on getting Pea, Gyllenhaal and Kendrick so they only managed to get cheap actors for the rest of the cast), it has tonal issues as you can literally go from our two lead laughing and hanging out to LA violence, the story comes off as rushed as many of its scenes don't feel intertwined and the editing doesn't help either (while I respect the fact that Ayer tried to go the opposite direction of the corrupt cops from "Training Day", this script is just poorly written and more than predictable), and its directing style comes off as obnoxious very often. Granted it works in the action sequences when there is shaky cam or you cut from a handheld shot to an average shot scene (where the camera is placed correctly) it disorients you. "End of Watch" is an interesting failure that while I give full props for trying to tell a grounded story of the LAPD in the most realistic way possible, it still has a rushed story and its directing style doesn't completely work and will take you out of the film in more than one occasion. Nice try Ayer but not nice enough as other than the two leads and the found footage like style there isn't much to say about this film.
Dylan F (ag) wrote: a genuinely creepy film from start to finish, with memorable characters and a good, old school scare fest vibe to it. Jeepers Creepers is still my favorite horror film since I was a kid and has earned its "cult" status with gory, good applaud. Even after 14 years since it hit theaters, it still has that tendency to give me and I'm sure millions of others the same chills as it did when we were virgins to it! the new audiences will have to learn the hard way... but that's okay! it pays off in the end! also, the performance from Justin Long has been so overlooked all these years!