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Final Examination (2003)

A burned out L.A. detective moves to Hawaii, where he stumbles upon a murder at a college sorority reunion.

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(as Ed Raymond)
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Julie Seska
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Shane Newman
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Taylor Cameron
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Kristen Neal
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Megan Davidson
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Sam Kincaid
Jim Valdez ...
Detective James
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Ferguson
Marc Vahanian ...
Detective Marks (as Mark Vahanian)
Stefany Baclaan ...
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Kathy Cullis ...
Miss Pratt
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Professor Andrews
Joshua Gershon ...
Officer #2
Kalau Iwaoka ...
Amanda Galvin
Michael Lloyd ...
Charlie Wilson
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A burned out L.A. detective moves to Hawaii, where he stumbles upon a murder at a college sorority reunion.

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You fail. You die. See more »

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Horror | Thriller

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Rated R for sexuality/nudity, some language and violence | See all certifications »
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21 October 2003 (USA)  »

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Aloha My Love  »

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Not a whole lot to do with final exams. In fact, what was that all about?
6 August 2004 | by (Calimesa, California) – See all my reviews

A hard-nosed cop gets punished by being sent to a Hawaii police department. While there, a group of sorority sisters start being killed one by one, with the killer leaving what looks to be a term paper marked "Failed Examination" with the victim's name on it near the body. This seemed like a cool concept at first, until they dropped it after the second death. In a way, it reminded me of Identity where they were all being left the room keys in order of their death, which made it unique, but I guess the writers on this one couldn't find an interesting way to go with this, which is a shame.

Overall, not too bad a movie. Seemed like it borrowed from Scream a little bit. The T & A was nice, mostly quality, which many people look for in a film of this caliber. Amy Lindsay and Debbie Rochon were my favorite actresses in this movie. I give it a 6 of 10.


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