The Skulls II

The Skulls II

After joining the Skulls, Ryan Sommers (Robin Dunne) is warned not to betray any secrets about the organization or its high-powered members. However, when Ryan witnesses a murder within the Skulls' private chambers, he finds that the closer he gets to revealing the truth - the more dangerous life becomes.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:99 minutes
  • Release:2002
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   suicide,   police,  

After a college student is tapped to join the elite secret Skulls fraternity, he witnesses a girl's death and his life starts falling apart. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Lauri M (gb) wrote: slow rhytm works well. the reel i watched was not subtitled and i do not know it was a unusual cinema-experience. the main-character, old man, is symphatetic and has charisma. beautiful.

ShaQualia R (kr) wrote: I loved their ability to tap into & stir up emotions!

Kit D (ru) wrote: What fate befalls a Canadian soldier in WWII Netherlands.

Jamie K (it) wrote: Classic 80's movie as a kid. Saw it about 7 years ago and I realized how goofy it was.

Greg W (es) wrote: love love this epic love story

Guillaume H (jp) wrote: Its made of two interlocking halves that feels like 2 different movies, one of 6 women in 3 house that are getting tense, and one in a hittite sect that fears a devil is lurking. The camera treatment is quite elegant but 80% of the time you forget its supposed to be a horror movie; it unfolds in pastoral laziness until it remembers it has a story to tell, wanting to appear like a supernatural slasher but people just wont die and the supernatural is extremely timid until the last minute. When taken as a whole its an interesting story though, if a bit confusing with a vague antagonist and vaguer denouement. I give 3.5 because thats what it takes for RT to consider it liked but its almost a 3 with its pacing problem, though the weird incomplete story and the dreamy style kinda make up for it. Interesting detail; 10 years before her breaktrhough, Sharon Stone's starpower was already obvious.

Eytan D (au) wrote: Though none of the cast looks young enough to be in high school, "Grease" is a classic movie musical. Everything about it is lovable. Not only does it have an infectious energy to go along with its catchy and iconic music, but every cast member is game and turns in a fantastic performance. This early in his career, John Travolta was already a star and proves he was meant to play Danny Zuko from the beginning. And of course, Olivia Newton John is adorable as Sandy. Sure, she's not a terrific actress, but she comes straight out of the gate with tremendous likability and a great voice (can't imagine anyone singing "Hopelessly Devoted To You" as well as her). Stockard Channing is awesome and badass as Rizzo and Didi Conn is a hoot as Frenchy. Add a perfect finale and you have a recipe for a movie to remember and show your kids for the rest of your life. Yep, "Grease" is still the word.

Era M (nl) wrote: De las primeras road movies y creo que de las mejores. Un guion lleno de increibles momentos y plagado de situaciones muy graciosas pero muy correctas. Que puedo decir ante un gran clasico.

Barney o (nl) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: 'Octopussy' delicately, and rather excitingly sets up it's story really well thanks to plenty of exciting espionage elements and high stakes moments. It's rare when the first act is the most engaging, but it sure is here and this helps deliver one of the most exciting films of the Moore era. On top of that, the star delivers one of his less goofy appearances, which makes the whole thing even more enjoyable (though his age is really starting to become an issue...)WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: It's well done, but the plot is a little over-complicated overall, and it does lead to a fairly over the top and ridiculous ending that will probably have you disengaged by the time it's over.VERDICT: 'Octopussy' is a whole lot better than it's name, and probably doesn't get enough credit because people just remember the OTT last act. It's good stuff, but it may have been time for Moore to go...

Patrick L (fr) wrote: It's got some hackneyed jokes and the plot isn't very inventive. But there's a subtle joke or two. Everyone did a good job in their roles; no one was too bored, or overdramatic, or bland. The training scenes, where Jim punishes Tim, were amusing. It's OK. It's not a masterpiece, but it's not bad, either. A good popcorn flick when you don't want to think too much.