It's the 1980's and a group of typical horror movie high school kids are getting together to hold a séance in a haunted house. Naturally, people start dying preposterously bloody deaths, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Stupid Teenagers Must Die!
It's the 1980's and a group of typical horror movie high school kids are getting together to hold a séance in a haunted house. Naturally, people start dying preposterously bloody deaths, ...
- Stars:Stephen Weigand, Bob Bancroft, Brendan Kelly, Jennifer Howie, Stacy Haiduk, Bru Muller, Wayne Morse, Dianne Kwon, Tara Holt, Jelly Howie, Ashley Schneider, Devin Marble, Lindsay Gareth, Renee Dorian, Cory Assink, Jonathan Brett, Will Deutsch, Jamie Carson, Christina DeRosa, Matthew Blashaw, Anna-Marie Wayne, Debbie Andersen, Hailey Fletcher, Michelle Fletcher,
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Alex D (au) wrote: Goofy and formulaic but still one hell of an entertaining film.
craig d (ru) wrote: depressing as it is inspiring. Amazing editing keeps this documentary moving. This doc is thorough and tight. It felt a little long but maybe because there just that many sad facts the the movie needed to get through. Overall, a very informative and impacting doc.
Dave J (mx) wrote: Monday, May 12, 2014 (2010) Elite Squad: The Enemy Within (In Portuguese with English subtitles) CRIME DRAMA After watching one of Bill Mahr's "Vice" news clips on HBO about some of the drug trade that exists within some of Rio De Janeiro's streets, watching this film didn't feel challenging enough since I feel that the problem is much more complicated than what this film is conveying to it's audience. Had this film been made like 20 years ago, I would've like recommended this film highly, but as a result of seeing so many films similar to this one. Again, it can become tiring because so many of them had already been made throughout the years, which the only difference is that it takes place in "Rio" this time. Financially successful in it's native country, it's success lies solely from the area where it's been made from. Mexico, Hong Kong or the United States had also made movies about corruption within the police force and this film seems to have echoed it from those original films made before it. The previous film, called "The Elite Squad" was based on a novel that was partially based on fact- similar to "City Of God" which viewers can actually figure out that it's based on actual events and at the same time changing specific things. "Mississippi Burning" and "JFK" are two examples where it's about the idea that is based on fact using fictional characters that had never existed nor had never happened- they're reminiscent of 'what if' scenarios, providing viewers are aware about it. Much of the set up of the entire movie has Lt. Colonel Nascimento (Wagner Moura) 'narrating' his entire experience, started by the time he got promoted to head an elite squad. It's baffling, because it resulted into controversy regarding a corrupt prison guard being bribed by a gang member for a piece(hand gun). This gang member's main goal was to use it on other rival gang members who're locked in the same prison as him. And by the time this guy completed his objective, the swat then moves in with one, (to be precise it's Captain Andr Matias played by Andr Ramiro) of them shooting down the leader in cold blood even though he was going to give himself up. Human rights activist/ journalist, by the name of Diogo Fraga (Irandhir Santos) calls for justice which of course, nothing gets done or goes anywhere. It does however, promotes Squad leader, Nascimento in the process to a much higher rank. And that is when one of the real problems begin to start, including a couple of journalists attempting to unmasking the corruption within the elite unit and government. One of the main things I didn't like was the fact that, since the movie was also fictionalized, why can't the main corrupt official suffer a much more grueling death since viewers always have to endure the atrocities in which this guy had inflicted, but once the tables are turned, it turns it into another mafia style movie that's similar to "The Godfather" and "Goodfellas" which viewers don't really need to see again. I mean, if viewers have to subject this corrupt cop blatantly getting away, shooting and torturing others without worrying about getting caught or suffer consequences, that we deserve to see this main bad guy suffering the same fate, and we don't. 2 out of 4 stars
Paul Z (jp) wrote: Max Manus is essentially another helping of undistinguished Hollywood-style mythmaking, with period recreation too lavish and polished to create a real past, but the action is refreshing, and it effectively portrays the obsessive nature and ultimate emptiness of combat.
Lee (ca) wrote: Quite a scary little film this surprisingly. The story may be weak and the lead actors lack a little enthusiasm, but there are a couple of really scary moments in this. The ghosts look creepy as hell and are used effectively throughout the film to get the heart-racing and spine-tingling. The setting of the film in a cabin up in a mountain also generates an eerie atmosphere in itself. I don't gaurantee it'll scare everyone, but it worked for me and from what reviews I've read I'm not the only one.
David U (nl) wrote: A mediocre example of the post-Pulp fiction crime film style which manages to be reasonably entertaining.
Alex S (nl) wrote: one can't help make comparisons with the superior American Beauty, but whereas that was polished, on the mark and poetic this is rough around the edges, beautifully fairytale like interlaced with the horrors of postmodern life. the ending takes your breath away. this has become a favourite instantly.
Jonathan H (ag) wrote: a lesser-known classic, must see for John Candy fans that might have missed it
MartinPierre H (ag) wrote: C'est mon film.. peut-etre ennuyant pour certain.... mais je m'en cr..!!!
Lacy M (es) wrote: This film would have been a lot better had more of the plot points introduced relating to Bonner's family paid off.
Stan H (ag) wrote: A definite fore-runner to Jurassic park, as all the jurassic park film plots could be condensed into this one, practically. The animation is very well done and worth watching. I remember watching it late one Sauturday evening when I was very young and I recapture that feeling watching it, so I really love watching it. Cowboys, mad scientists and dinosaurs!? what else could you want? The eohippus is fascinating and cute in it's little stable on the desk! I always felt for the poor elephant.!
Fredrik S (it) wrote: An OK action flic, but I get a feeling that this good a set up could have been handled better. It is never anywhere near as good as the original comics. Perlman is surprisingly good as the main character, though.
Ed S (fr) wrote: film is slow and boring. i haven't read the book. and maybe that would have made me appreciate this more, but I've read a lot of negative reviews. many ffrom people who did read it. Cint=nematography is very good, though.
Ilsa W (mx) wrote: Brings nothing hugely new to the zombie genre, it's a bit The Goonies meets the Walking Dead, but it is very entertaining and made me laugh quite a lot. Zombie cats and zombies singing Britney Spears to name a couple of funny moments. Just good fun really!