An omnibus of seven stories, all set in the room 720 of Century Hotel, that illustrate the tense and changing nature of relationships between men and women during each of the seven decades between the 1920s and the 1990s.
Luke McNamara, a college senior from a working class background joins a secret elitist college fraternity organization called "The Skulls", in hope of gaining acceptance into Harvard Law ... See full summary »
Two guys at a college prep school make wagers on seducing naive young girls, and then meet their match when they agree to see which one can seduce the most popular and devious girl who has her own agenda to everything.
This takes place several years before Cruel Intentions (1999), back to when Kathryn first meets Sebastian, their sexual attraction to each other and their enjoyment in destroying the lives of their peers.
Keri Lynn Pratt
Thirty-two year old Winnipeger Joel Rothman's personal life falls apart after his wife, Mari, catches him cheating. Following, he can't sleep which affects the parenting of his adolescent ... See full summary »
Callum Keith Rennie,
Daisy is the love of Ken's life - she is also large... and very pretty... and on the dole. But Ken is a dreamer, all his dreams to make a fast buck ending up where they started - as dreams.... See full summary »
Former lawyer Bobby Myers recounts his first foray in the Canadian movie business circa 1979, when the then burgeoning Canadian movie industry was going through some growing pains. He ... See full summary »
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. Written by
Ryan came, before.
I told you not to let him in here!
Why are you breaking up with him?
I loved you like a sister, and it hurts me that you have to turn on me like this, as the apartment is in my name, I think its best for you to go by tomorrow.
Alright, what did the skulls give you?
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I never saw the first Skulls and only saw this one because it was the only movie at the Red Cross I hadn't seen when I was giving a Platelettes donation. It's mind boggling to me that this film was even made. I find it hard to believe that someone, somewhere in the industry saw this script and said "yeah, this is good, we could make a great movie with this..."
A secret society inducts some members into its group. Apparently, the members are really stupid, because they believe amazingly idiotic stories about who girl who supposedly fell off the ceiling, was only doing it for a good cause. The current members are all sinister looking characters who will go to great lengths to cover up an accident, but will call 911 right away when one of their members is supposedly injured in a secret ceremony. They all get expensive credit cards and nice motorcycles, yet it's never clear where all the money for this comes from. There are so many plot holes in this stupid film, it's hard to believe someone in charge didn't finally go "hey, but wait a minute..." Really, the "No Homers" society on the Simpsons was more believable than this.
The movie was awful and like I say, it was totally surprising to me that someone greenlighted it in the first place, but what's even more amazing is that I see they actually made a THIRD ONE! If a movie this bad can still get another sequel, we can only pray that the makers of "From Justin to Kelly" don't get any ideas.
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