In 19th century Baltimore, a girl stricken with grief from her parents' untimely death voluntarily checks herself into the Rosewood Institute, and is subjected to bizarre and increasingly ...
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In 19th century Baltimore, a girl stricken with grief from her parents' untimely death voluntarily checks herself into the Rosewood Institute, and is subjected to bizarre and increasingly violent pseudo-scientific experiments in personality modification, brainwashing and mind control; she must escape the clutches of the Rosewood and exact her revenge.Written by
In the beginning of the movie when they walk up to the gate of the Rosewood Institute, the camera pans back and you can see a palm tree in the distance behind the building. This movie being set in Baltimore means that there would not be any Palm Trees there. See more »
Bravo James Franco, you paid your own money to prove just how bad an actor you really are
Before I go too far, pay attention to who one of the producers is and who also directs AND is a lead actor in this horrendous mess - none other than James Franco. I've always found any "performance" (remember that word) Franco has ever been in to be laughable but the last laugh is on him this time. HE, by being one of the producers, shelled out his own money to demonstrate the total lack of any noteworthy ability he may possess.
Lori Singer...Lori, Lori, Lori - please tell us that Franco didn't make you do anything shameful in order to get your weak spot in this monstrosity. Here's a hint - since you've done nothing noteworthy since Footloose either totally give up the acting gig (you're awful and you no longer have your youth to hide your inability behind) or if you insist on play acting find some Lifetime tripe to entertain yourself with and those who care nothing about good acting or a good story line.
Pamela Anderson is in this for less then 1 min and believe it or not she is covered head to toe - in clothes. However she let them put a gargantuan blonde wig on her for goodness knows why. It had nothing to do with anything. Seriously, nothing to do with anything. I guess James Franco called in a favor. I just shake my head why she even showed her face in this mess other then to pay back a favor and Franco could contractually use her name on the movie headliner and image.
Now as for Joshua Duhamel, I totally get why you took the gig. You didn't have to act. Just show up for your 5 mins. of filming and you're able to show the old lady, who makes the real money in your relationship, that you're "working". Your hint - stick to Transformers. It's as good as it's gonna get for you.
Eric Roberts. Nuff' said.
Yes, I gave it a one star, however I insist you watch this mess but only for free (which I did) when it shows up on Netflix or Amazon in a few weeks. It honest to God is worth the viewing just to see how bad a mess James Franco would actually put his own money on.
Thanks James...you re-affirmed what I already knew about your lack of talent. However there are those out there that like to look at bad wrecks on the side of the highway so hey, don't say I didn't warn anyone how ugly a total mess this is.
BTW, the few glowing reviews are the standard ones we're all getting used to seeing on IMDb that are written by persons involved with or related to in the project. Nice try but the consumer has become wise with our own dollars and can read past the 2 - 10 shellacked fake reviews. Back to the drawing board to try and find another tactic.
I officially nominate this for an award - a 2017 Razzie that is.
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