Luke's exultance at being selected for The Skulls (a secret society bred within the walls of a prominent Ivy League Campus) is soon overshadowed when he realises that all is 'not well in Wonderland'. For The Skulls is a breeding ground for the future powerful and elite. It's not only a far cry from his working class background, but it also hallows its own deep and dark secrets.
- Category:Thriller, Action, Crime, Drama
- Stars:Joshua Jackson, Paul Walker, Hill Harper, Leslie Bibb, Christopher McDonald, Steve Harris, William Petersen, Craig T. Nelson, David Asman, Scott Gibson, Nigel Bennett, Andrew Kraulis, Derek Aasland, Jennifer Melino, Noah Danby,
- Country:USA, Canada
- Director:Rob Cohen,
- Writer:John Pogue
Based upon some of the conspiracy theories surrounding Yale University's Skull and Bones student society, the movie revolves around college senior Luke McNamara from a working class background who joins an upper-crust secret society called "The Skulls", in hope of gaining acceptance into Harvard Law School. But Luke realizes that his fute and life is at risk when he tries to find out the truth behind some disturbing incidents. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Skulls torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: I'd rather fuck myself with this Chinese food and watch this again
(nl) wrote: Nothing new in this movie...It's absolutely not scary, a real lost of time
(ru) wrote: A really good new millenium movie. Not only are the performances and the script quite good, it does highlight the problems facing the younger generations in todays britain, and probably the majority of the western world. Despite it being a modern movie it resembles the old style of movie making far greater, its a movie about human beings and their problems, problems that most likely tens of thousands of people face right now in real life. Well made, un-pretentious and effective.
(ru) wrote: Troma is ok to me... this isn't. Though seeing Hurley is funny.
(ru) wrote: The film may not be one perfect symphony through and through, but there are plenty of glowing bits scattered all over the place. More than adequately setting up the punchline. An overwhelmingly, devastatingly accurate punchline.
(us) wrote: As a lover of Dragons I have to say I was impressed by how Draco looked for a 90's film and the storys great and the ending always makes me cry:')
(nl) wrote: Any number of bad movies can be quite as terrible as Madonna's acting career. I saw Body of Evidence on demand and yep, this movie is hilariously awful. Poor William Dafoe decided to cast alongside Marge and the fact that the great Julianne Moore is in the movie. However, there's a lot of sex in this movie. Too bad the MPAA should've been given a first NC-17 wide release, but that didn't happen (that belong to the so-bad-its-good cult classic Showgirls). I just wished horny men might've read Playboy instead of watching an inexcusable Basic Instinct rip-off. I commited to this day as Body of Evidence stands as the worst, if not, the most Hated movies of the 1990's.
(mx) wrote: One Good Cop is One Boring Movie
(jp) wrote: A fun and original Sci-fi family film that features some great young actors and a great story!
(br) wrote: A fanciful conspiracy theory and criminal organization. Compare with Fight Club, or The Dark Knight (or indeed anything by David Fincher, or Christopher Nolan, or David Cronenberg, among others, Lang here unconsciously providing a(nother) template for petty bourgeois ideology, or moral psychology as substitute for political economy), or, conversely, with Gomorrah.
(es) wrote: A better than average teen horror film that follows the expected terror road, but offers some fine moments of suspense. The sequels, however, were embarassingly bad.
(nl) wrote: A SPECTACULAR ADVENTURE. CAN'T WAIT TO SEE THE NEXT ADVENTURE.
(kr) wrote: a movie with a satisfying conclusion 2 slow acts building up to a grand finale the presence of war flows through the story as a group of soldiers make the ultimate sacrifice to thwart off the threat of Tobruk it asks what's bigger than the war itself: following orders or dying for a noble cause?