Tyler is a surfer who constantly searches for good surfing spots. When he's traveling through Mexico, he finds one of the best places he has ever seen. He invites his brother Colin to join him and his friends in surfing the wild Mexican waves. Colin gathers 4 friends and leaves for Mexico but is surprised that nor his brother nor his brother's friends are there. They start realizing that there's something wrong with the beach, a curse that says that no one will leave the beach alive...
Writer:Ian McCrudden (story), Tim Tori (screenplay), Tim Tori (story)
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Simon P (ca) wrote: Very enjoyable and gleefully gory kidnap thriller.
Shantel D (ca) wrote: It has some funny bits. It was nice that they mentioned Evil Dead, because this was very heavily influenced by that and Shaun of the Dead. It had my attention for the most part, it is kind of fun, but the ending was boo-urns.
Ramses C (gb) wrote: Formidables actuaciones de manos de Rebecca De Mornay & Michael Sheen hacen de este biopic un peliculon, muy buena.
Graham B (jp) wrote: A pretty divisive holier than thou look at the circuit party scene in Florida. Bad storytelling, one-sided view, shonky editing. Not good.
John H (nl) wrote: It's as hermetically sealed off from a wider world as an Allen picture, but Metropolitan is a witty, surprisingly heartfelt comedy.
Anne F (fr) wrote: Lovely Powell and Pressburger retelling of an early WWII naval battle, without the usual (for that time) caricaturing of the German sailors. A very interesting story, and it is worth noting that [SPOILERS] Captain Langsdorff committed suicide soon after scuttling his ship, something the film doesn't mention.
Edward G (br) wrote: A first half filled with lots of gore but plenty of intrigue and visceral thrill quickly descends into all I can describe as wretched, sickening filth. I can handle violence. I can handle gore. I can't handle a young girl being flayed while a group of old people clap and call it science.