A teen angst thriller at a high school gripped by an apparent curse that claims the life of a senior every year. Story follows a senior, Chrissie, who is skeptical, and another, Tracy, who believes that she may be the next victim.
Young Emily Walton, who has suffered from psychosomatic blindness ever since the car accident that took her mother's life, must summon every instinct at her disposal to protect herself and her loved ones from a mysterious intruder.
A just paroled white neo-nazi and his ruthless girlfriend kill a cop and take an African American family hostage. Meanwhile the supremacist leader who oversees his criminal empire from behind bars, is not happy. Inspired by real events.
A teenage boy is sent to a juvenile reform facility in the wilderness. As we learn about the tragic events that sent him there, his struggle becomes one for survival with the inmates, counselors, and the retired war colonel in charge.
James C. Burns,
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Laura Ashley Samuels
James owes his life to his older brother, Frankie after taking the rap for a crime they committed together. While Frankie served time, James worked to turn his life around, got a steady job and began courting his former girlfriend Emily. Now, Frankie is released and back on the streets with no money and no place to go.
Janey is sent to a silent meditation retreat, in the woods, for rehabilitation, only to realize that the men who run it are brainwashing women, and if she breaks the rules, she'll discover what lurks beyond the trees.
Pretty sure of that. I mean there are a lot of comparisons you could make to the "original story" this is "based" on. Our big bad wolf in this one, is obviously a human being, but he's as evil as they come. Almost comical evil most of the time. He also has an issue with his breath (though he never at any point tries to blow down a house ... with his breath that is of course).
You get a bunch of good looking actors, whom you can almost feel sorry for and they have to go through a lot. Jump through plot holes and such things. Not to mention all the "silly" acting they have to do or the convenient meetings/things that are happening all around. It's not the worst movie I've seen (by far not in that category), but the whole thing feels rather like an excuse than a good movie
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