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John C. Reilly,
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Charles S. Dutton
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Despite the popular misconception, 'The Covenant' is not based on a novel, graphic novel or any comic-book title. The confusion comes from the fact that Sony had a comic-book of the same name created for the purposes of promoting the movie. Just prior to the release of this movie, Top Cow Comics printed a four part comic-book miniseries by Aron Coleite and Tone Rodriguez entitled The Covenant. Neither the authors of the comic-book miniseries nor Top Cow Comics is mentioned in the movies' credit sequences, so the comic-book miniseries is not regarded as source material by the makers of this movie. See more »
When Sarah, Kate and Chase are returning to the dorms after the party from the beginning of the movie, Kate's hair is in front of her shoulders. In the next scene, when Chase knocks a spider off her shoulder, her hair is already pushed back. See more »
The plot was interesting and the effects were well done. The cast is loaded with plenty of beautiful faces and bodies. Unfortunately, this film attracts hordes of teens and pre-teens who squeal every time a guy shows his abs or a girl flashes a little cleavage. I walked out before the halfway point and asked for, and got, my money back. Better to wait to see it on DVD if you can't stand the lack of civility that is common among younger audiences. However, if you can handle being surrounded by teens calling out comments like, "go for the p*ssy," and "nice ass, b*tch," then you might notice that some of the acting by the young performers is really quite credible and the cinematography sets an adequately creepy tone. I wish I could have made it to the end of the film, but I'm afraid I would have been arrested for striking a teen if I had stayed one minute longer.
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