Dawn is an active member of her high-school chastity club but, when she meets Tobey, nature takes its course, and the pair answer the call. They suddenly learn she is a living example of the vagina dentata myth, when the encounter takes a grisly turn.
- Category:Thriller, Comedy, Horror
- Stars:Jess Weixler, John Hensley, Josh Pais, Hale Appleman, Lenny von Dohlen, Vivienne Benesch, Ashley Springer, Laila Liliana Garro, Nicole Swahn, Adam Wagner, Hunter Ulvog, Ava Ryen Plumb, Trent Moore, Mike Yager, Nathan Parsons,
- Director:Mitchell Lichtenstein, Mitchell Lichtenstein,
- Writer:Mitchell Lichtenstein
The movie centers on high school student Dawn who works hard at suppressing her budding sexuality by being the local chastity group's most active participant. But after becoming the object of male violence, Dawn discovers she has a physical advantage. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Teeth torrent reviews
(us) wrote: An enjoyable underdog boxing story. Carried along by great performances from Usher and Robert De Niro. Very enjoyable.
(gb) wrote: ......the plight of Kurdish peoples, painfully shown through their beautiful countryside, music and culture.
(ru) wrote: Great music, good dancing and a poor story. I was hoping this would be the Quadrophena of Northern Soul, but it comes nowhere close.
(ru) wrote: This film was so cute I liked how it wasn't too campy just borderline. Carrie Preston was really impressive she's awesome in Tru Blood but I think she really shows just how versatile of an actress she really is. And props to the kid who took on this brave role and did such a good job portraying the character I found this film to be very enjoyable.
(de) wrote: If all you want to see is Vince Vaughn play a huge D-Bag this is the movie for you.
(gb) wrote: Perfect. One of Romero's best.
(it) wrote: Although I am writing this review in 2014, we have not seen technology like the "squid" in our society. Is this good or bad? Obviously there could be a lot of issues with this kind of technology in present-day society as we saw many issues arise with it in the movie. However, what does this movie reveal to us about identities within a virtual reality world? In the movie, the plot revolves around this advanced, illegal, technological device known as the "squid." This piece of technology allows anybody to go into an alternate state of being, and it allows one to enter into another person's reality. The identity crisis happens when a hooker is paid off by a crazy and wealthy criminal who wants to get insight on a powerful rap artist. She uses the squid device to record what goes on but things go very bad. We eventually find out that the rapper was executed by two white cops, and the hooker finds herself on the run for her life. This controversial setting links to white male patriarchy due to the fact that two white male cops shoot a black male and hunt down this white female. Inevitably, this movie portrays modern day societal issues within identity crisis. The director took a futuristic setting that surrounded around male control. These issues are continually being foreshadowed into our society. Furthermore, this movie was made in 1995, but I am reviewing it in 2014. Therefore, I cannot be overly critical on the cinematic principles because the technology is not as advanced as it is now in 2014. However, the acting was good, the mise en scene did not deviate from any scene, and the cinematography was well done for a movie made in the 90's. Although I did not particularly care for this movie due to the white male patriarchy and anti-feminism proponents, the director did a great job emulating a futuristic plot in a 90's setting with technology that doesn't exist. Overall, I gave this film four starts for the quality of acting, directing, and plot sequence.
(au) wrote: Maybe I was just half asleep when watching this, or maybe it was actually a rubbish film with no sense of meaning, or possibly both! I really didn't understand this film, but maybe when I have more time I will give it another go.
(gb) wrote: Nice Sunday afternoon oldie. Free on Youtube...
(es) wrote: "Halloween Camp 2: Scream If You Wanna Die Faster"? wow. i didn't realize there was more to it than "Adam & Evil". A+ for the pun...and...a significantly worse score for the actual movie...acting...plot...pretty much everything excluding the title.
(br) wrote: Mr. Harris's depiction of a saintly, soft-spoken, bow-tie-wearing middle-school teacher lends the movie a moral weight it probably couldn't have summoned had another actor played the role. The only half-decent picture to come out of World Wrestling Entertainment's years-long experiment with making movies. The writing hits the weeds on occasion, but Pavone evokes with feeling adolescence as a series of outlandish physical punishments and sweetly remembered firsts. This well-intentioned tween-friendly message movie is earnest to a fault. Benefits from sensitive, restrained thesping, most notably by Ed Harris, and leaves one feeling blandly inspired. Since a large portion of the film is taken up with the theme of school bullying, it may have some contemporary relevance, but good intentions do not always a good movie make.VERDICT: "In The Zone" - [Mixed Reaction] These kinds of movies are usually movies that had some good things, but some bad things kept it from being amazing. This rating says buy an ex-rental or a cheap price of the DVD to own. If you consider cinema, ask for people's opinion on the film. (Films that are rated 2.5 or 3 stars)