Swing Girls

Swing Girls

A tale of delinquent and lazy school girls. In their efforts to cut remedial summer math class, they end up poisoning and replacing the schools brass band.

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Dustin B (de) wrote: Heartbreaking. The doom surrounding the romance and the two involved escalates so gracefully and yet so disturbingly that you cannot comprehend any positive release aside from some graceful death for the two of them.

Richard B (ca) wrote: Slow paced but surprisingly good movie. Beautifully lit and shot. A little predicatble with a very simple, although occasionably predictable, story. Gellar demonstrates a previously hidden depth of acting talent. Overall not a fantastic film but worth watching for the quality of the film making and a few well crafted moments.

Jason D (au) wrote: One of the lesser of shitty films to originate on the Sci-Fi movie channel that revolves around a massive wilderness park that is haunted by an ancient crazy ass succubus looking bitch monster with wings that kills and butchers hikers and campers until it comes face to face with a park ranger with nothing to lose! The monster is alright, but the deaths are better with plenty of gore and severed limbs. The park ranger is played by our big bossomed friend Cerina Vincent who shakes them aplenty but never exposes them (Oh, why Cerina? Whyyyy?) but she manages to play a convincing alcoholic who is played by the death of her best friend whom she killed in a drunken night out on the road. Not the best monster movie, but decent enough to watch and be moderately entertained for 90 minutes.

Jose Miguel G (ca) wrote: Maybe the score's odd choices can kill plenty of the feeling of this supernatural thriller, but Argento's atmosphere and haunting direction its well enough to feed the scares, also, Donald Pleasence presence its damn welcome in anything the genre could offer.

Ryan S (es) wrote: the reason i want to carry a gun.

Masorad (br) wrote: Seeking to capitalize on Cosmo Girlie Brown's pop-psych best-seller, Old Hollywood released this dreadful, unfunny trainwreck for alt-universe White America in 1964. Some of the material could have worked had a director such as Blake Edwards been at the helm, but Quine's direction is feckless and parochial. The wacky car-chase shenanigans at the end are pure crap.

Jeff B (jp) wrote: I loved this film, so hilarious and so sweet. Eigh year old Harry and his five year old brother Davy have to live in Nova Scotia with their aunt and grandparents after their father dies. The two want a dog, but their strict grandpa won't let them have one. One day, Harry finds a baby in the woods so the two decide to keep it a secret and try to raise it. This is such a wonderful film, John Whiteley and Vincent Winter are pretty much the cutest kids in the world, especially Winter (Davy) and I love that the two won Oscars for it. The ending is so sweet and perfect. And man, Davy delivers one of the funniest lines I have ever heard in a long time. It's so sad that this movie is so impossible to find.

Greg W (it) wrote: One of Jean Harlow's last pictures, this romantic comedy-melodrama places her between Franchot Tone and Cary Grant.

(nl) wrote: Cast: Devon Bostick, Scott Speedman, Arsine Khanjian, Rachel Blanchard, Noam Jenkins, Kenneth Welsh, Aaron Poole, Katie Boland, Duane Murray Director: Atom Egoyan Summary: Assigned to translate a terrorism-related news story for his French class, teen Simon (Devon Bostick) weaves personal details into his tale, which soon leaves the Internet swirling with rumors that Simon's dead father was an actual terrorist. Acclaimed auteur Atom Egoyan's haunting and lyrical drama -- cleverly structured as a mystery -- also stars Scott Speedman as Simon's caretaker uncle and Arsine Khanjian as Simon's persistent teacher. My Thoughts: "The story is a dialogue driven film with discussions surrounding terrorism, religion and prejudice. This boy Simon, has, with some help from his french teacher, fabricated a story into making his father out to be a terrorist. It was suppose to be a french assignment about putting the story into your own words as the teacher is reading it aloud. SImon writes it as the third person, as if he was apart of it. His french teacher encourages him to go further with it as a drama piece and to not reveal that it is all fabricated. But as Simon continues telling the story, his own story gets tangled within it and the lines of truth and lies become a bit blurred. Also the french teacher has her own secret and reasons for having him explore this lie/story, but you will have to watch the film to figure it out. The whole film is completely absorbing. It can also be confusing at times with the flashbacks. But definitely worth the rental."

(br) wrote: Good flick. Charlize is excellent. It can be a little hard to stomach for those who went through those awkward high school years. However, the story is great, the acting is great, and the reality of life definitely comes through.

James G (us) wrote: Great Movie, With a great plot, Clint Eastwood Is the Director/ Producer and the actor in a great Thriller!

Lisa S (ru) wrote: The VHS I watched was 4.5 hours long and is from a TV mini-series. Whole thing could have been better edited. Still, the principals all turned in solid performances. The stockade segment has too many beatings for my taste; I wouldn't recommend for anyone under 14. Joey Pants stood out as the soldier who couldn't keep his mouth shut. Somehow, I found the very ending a little flat maybe because of the narration of the hero, not too sure. I enjoyed the Pearl Harbor bombing scenes; the planes seemed realistic to me...