Lee Hanlon (Sebastian Gacki) is an overachieving student at an elite military school called the Complex. He is intrigued by the academy's secret society called the Black Skulls Brotherhood.... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Brotherhood IV: The Complex
Lee Hanlon, the smartest student at an elite military school called the Complex, is intrigued by the academy's Black Skulls brotherhood but finds himself thrust into the role of global savior when he discovers their devilish origin.
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Anthony M (ru) wrote: Hunger games is a dystopian ya novel and this is the first in the trilogy of books being the first it has to draw non-readers and readers of the source material into the world of the series.and that's a lot but it encompasses all it needs to without feeling like a drag it feels like each scene Is torn straight from the books jeniffer Lawrence is a great female actress as katness I feel like this is a prime example of how to adapt a book into a movie without boring any newcomers or old to the series
Jim D (gb) wrote: If you like Svengoolie movies you will like this one. Lots of bad acting and effects which makes it funny.
Julien E (fr) wrote: Un bon film Qubecois... tout comme Bon Cop Bad Cop
Dionne C (br) wrote: Subtle, dark and emotional.Not a lot happens and I kind of felt like it was a less intense, more drawn out episode of Law & Order SVU.
Grant K (fr) wrote: A twisted, unpredictable script and a talented cast having fun with their meaty roles make this a memorable winner. The labyrinthine plot is a wonderful intellectual treat.
Donald W (fr) wrote: This is the Tarzan movie where they switched from adult entertainment to kiddy entertainment. I remember watching it on Saturday afternoon TV when I was a kid. They wanted to add a kid character for the kids, but they couldn't let the little kids know where babies really come from. Instead of having Tarzan and Jane have a baby the normal way they had a plane crash in the middle of Tarzan's jungle with a baby inside. The mother, father and pilot are killed. Cheeta finds the baby and brings it to Tarzan. This kind of follows the pattern of the original Tarzan book where Tarzan's parents are marooned on the coast of Africa and are killed by the apes and the baby Tarzan is raised by a female ape. Tarzan brings the baby to Jane and he calls him Boy. When the boy is six, the relatives of the lost parents come looking for them. Jane lies and tells them Boy is her son. With all the child custody fights going on in the world today I doubt this would be a politically correct story line today. Back in the 1930's peoples attitudes were different. Unwed mothers were routinely forced to put their babies up for adoption. Orphans whose parents had died were common and were passed from one family to another depending on who could afford to raise an orphan. When Jane finds out Boy's real parents were millionaires she changes her mind and tells the truth. Tarzan refuses to give up boy so Jane tricks Tarzan into going into a pit and then cuts his vine so he's trapped. She leaves with Boy's relatives only to find out they have murdered Boy's Great-Uncle and are really only after the money. They are then captured by the Natives who start killing the porters one by one. Jane helps Boy escape to go find Tarzan. After Tarzan is freed he calls the elephants that stampede the Native village. In the stampede everyone is killed and Tarzan, Jane and Boy live happily ever after. They almost kill Jane off at the end of the movie but the test audeances didn't like it so they changed the ending where Jane lives.
Jim H (de) wrote: While a refreshing idea, Daybreakers remains a pretty poor experience that doesn't stray enough from the B horror nonsense.
Rick M (jp) wrote: I loved this movie, but I can't find it anywhere now. Youtube has the Blondie clip.