The Skulls III

The Skulls III

A young college co-ed tries joining the elite, all-male, secret society, the Skulls, and in so doing, she uncovers some unscrupulous methods used by some of the members to get what they want.

A young college co-ed tries joining the elite, all-male, secret society, the Skulls, and in so doing, she uncovers some unscrupulous methods used by some of the members to get what they want. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Michele C (es) wrote: It's good, but it doesn't seem like a masterpiece to me...

Matt B (mx) wrote: Bad, bad, bad. Shame, it has a good title and lead.

Ellen T (fr) wrote: Lack luster thriller. Emma sees things that happened in the past and is tops in the stockmarket for seeing what will make the most money. Another "who dun it" murder mystery. So-so.

Phillip D (au) wrote: Great overview of the first 30 years of the gay liberation movement.

luke g (jp) wrote: Great film could of gone on a bit longer at the end. Felt a bit rushed would defo watch again though.

Tracy N (us) wrote: I absolutely love this movie. Yes it is predictable, yes not a whole lot really even happens....but yet it is very moving and I can seriously say it is the first movie that actually made me cry....and the scene wasn't even overally sad by today's standards. Great movie to watch alone.....bundle up warmly and submerse yourself in this great period piece.

Johnathon W (gb) wrote: Comedy classic that remains one of the best spoofs ever made and is probably even better than "Blazing Saddles". The cast is superb, with Gene Wilder giving the performance of his career as the title character, giving a neurotic energy to Frankenstein. He gets wonderful support from the rest of the cast, particularly Marty Feldman who steals every scene with his distinctive eyes alone, while Peter Boyle as the Monster brings life with every movement & grunt. Behind the camera, Mel Brooks (with a fantastic story crafted by Gene Wilder himself) pays a loving tribute to the classic Universal monster movies, shooting the film in the same style & black & white (a move that nearly cost the film it's funding), while the actors capture the overacting style. The film is filled with so many sight-gags & one-liners, you will get a new laugh with each viewing. Plus, it's even sharper than Brooks's other classic, "Blazing Saddles", which says a lot since that is another comedy classic. Simply put, one of the funniest movies ever made and only gets funnier with age.

Greg W (jp) wrote: ok vulgar sex farce also lost pic orrey-kelly designed costumes for

Nick M (ru) wrote: Jean Luc Goddard's follow up to his breakthrough film 'Breathless' is not the best example of his work. Although there is something refreshing about this flick's nonsensical nature and some of the comedy sequences are a bit inspiring.

Emylda B (kr) wrote: uuugh i hated that dr. and all the stuff he did not to get caught! loved the ending!

Janine R (fr) wrote: Forgot I liked this movie. The way Stallone enters a room......priceless!

Kyle M (ag) wrote: good movie, unless you don't like dolls