A group of teenage girls are terrorized by Sister Ursula, a nun that believes she must rid the world of all sin. After Sister Ursula mysteriously disappears, the Catholic school is shut ... See full summary »
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Michael J. Pagan
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A group of teenage girls are terrorized by Sister Ursula, a nun that believes she must rid the world of all sin. After Sister Ursula mysteriously disappears, the Catholic school is shut down. Many years later, the women, all grown up, are terrorized by a ghostly nun. The daughter of one of the women sets out to find out what happened all those years ago. Written by
I admit the the majority of this movie is hokey and weird, but pay no attention to the other persons summery, they admit that they never finished it.
My friends and I ranted and raved about this movie, making jabs and jokes at it until we got to the last five minutes. There is a real twist at the end that makes this movie not only bearable, but made me want to correct the misconception that the other review highlighted.
This movie is PROOF that you shouldn't judge a movie if you haven't seen all of it.
I give it a C+
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