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Story of a young Wyatt Earp before he became a lawman. When someone important to him is killed he sets out to find the one responsible. He is joined by some friends among whom are Bat Masterson and Doc Holliday.
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Cuba Gooding Jr.,
The wolf lawyer Bill McCormick and his estranged wife Brooklyn; the brothers Issac and Adam; and Dr. Lipski are returning from a resort in a van. They stop in a gas station where Adam and Bill woo the attendant Courtney and when they return to the road, the driver sees a mysterious woman on the road and crashes the van into a tree. The driver dies and the group of strangers is helped by Jack that invites them to go to his house since a storm is coming. Adam meets Courtney with her broken car on the road and she joins the group. Soon they find that they are trapped in the house that is inhabited by ghosts. Further they learn that one hundred years ago a family was slaughtered by their insane son and they can see the boy killing his family again and again. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
"Bellow Seven" (2012) is a Horror Thriller which has as the most famous actors in it Vig Rhames and Val Kilmer. The film deals with the history of a house, where in 1911 a family was murdered, and that 100 years later, after an accident, some people get stuck in it, along with a strange man who takes care of the house (Rhames).
Frankly speaking, this is one of the worst movies in every way I've ever seen: the story is very weak, and is extremely cliché, and has many holes in the narrative, which is inconsistent and without any interesting point.
The footage is bad, even renting a house with theoretically more than 100 years, it has everything brand-new, even the infrastructure of a new home, with nothing of dust or cobwebs, even in places that would be less care of.
Otherwise, besides a gas station and a forest (well cared for that matter), has no other locations. Special effects in just a few seconds in the final minutes (and even they were poorly made).
The actions and roles are some of the worst I've ever seen: the best of all, in a regular performance is Vig Rhames, and Val Kilmer (who I no longer consider a good actor), is terrible, with a brief paper and without a definite personality (from a rude guy to a mentally ill one from nothing). The others actors / characters are meaningless and horrible.
The music and sound effects are adequate, nothing more.
In total is a poor film, not even a class B one, a total loss of 1 and a half hour of my life... this is really a movie that should stay 7 feet below the ground. My score: 2.0 / 10.0.
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