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Putlocker Hop (2011)
Hop was a film that I saw advertised earlier this week, and was immediately interested in seeing it. And I am glad I did, as for Easter this is a treat for the whole family with a lot to like. As a family movie, Hop is cute and funny entertainment for both kids and adults. Is it quite perfect? Not quite. I personally would have liked Hop to have been longer by about three or four minutes, that way some of the human characters could have been developed a little more. Also, while the pace in general is fast and brisk, there is the odd occasion in the film where it could have slowed down a little to give the audience a little more room to breathe. However, Hop is a perfect example of a film that ticks most of the right boxes when it comes to a family movie. In my mind, when it comes to part-animated/live-action comedies, Hop is one of the better ones, much better than the Garfield and Alvin and the Chipmunks movies anyway. The animation is great, with vibrant colours and bright backgrounds and the bunnies and chicks look absolutely adorable, and the live-action sequences with its striking locations and crisp editing are equally lovingly rendered. Hop also benefits from a bright and breezy soundtrack, and a jaunty score by Chris Lennertz that fit with the tone of the film very well. The writing is funny and smart, people might argue there aren't enough pop-culture references to satisfy adults, maybe so but as an 18 year old female the lack of emphasis on pop-culture references didn't bother me as I have seen some animated films and shows where it goes overboard with references that are either dated or distract from the film completely. If anything, to be light with that kind of humour was a strength as Hop wasn't really about that. Also the running gag about Hugh Hefner and the altogether different kind of bunny didn't bother me at all, but I can see why some may find it questionable. The script has some funny and witty lines too, with Carlos having the best and most memorable. I was also taken with the story. While not the most original story in the world, it is a polished and fun one that is fast-paced and entertaining throughout and because of its sophistication it appeals to adults as well as kids. The characters are all likable and engaging, more the animated characters than the live-action characters admittedly, EB is a zany and endearing protagonist especially. Tim Hill's direction is above serviceable, and the acting is well done. James Marsden manages to be likable without being bland, and Elizabeth Perkins is lovely to watch. Even seeing David Hasselhoff was fun. And there is also a lively vocal cast, headed by a very vivacious Russell Brand as EB and Hugh Laurie who is rock solid as always as his dad, while Hank Azaria is outstanding in a dual role particularly as Carlos.
Director: Tim Hill
Cast: Russell Brand, James Marsden, Elizabeth Perkins
Putlocker I Am Number Four (2011)
Extraordinary teen John Smith (Pettyfer) is a fugitive on the run from ruthless enemies sent to destroy him. Changing his identity, moving from town to town with his guardian Henri (Olyphant), John is always the new kid with no ties to his past. In the small Ohio town he now calls home, John encounters unexpected, life-changing events-his first love (Agron), powerful new abilities and a connection to the others who share his incredible destiny. A great movie will leave you yearning for a sequel, and I Am Number Four certainly does. First off, the visuals were astounding. This really goes without saying, but the final battle in the movie was incredible. Another sign of a great movie, my friends and I truly liked the characters. We actually cared about what happened to them (something that I can't say about other book-to-movie Harry-Potter-wannabes.) Even number Six, a bad-ass female with Nightcrawler-like power was lovable! Finally, the storyline was engaging and easy to understand. Yes, there were some unexplained portions, but this is only the first movie in a series. I understood it just fine without having read the book, and there was no point in the movie where I felt that things were moving too slowly (nor to quickly, for that matter.) I would urge you not to take any of the negative reviews written by middle-aged men to heart - spend the 10 bucks and give this movie a chance. I promise you that you'll end up enjoying it!
Director: D.J. Caruso
Cast: Alex Pettyfer, Timothy Olyphant and Dianna Agron
Putlocker Insidious (2011)
Insidious is the latest horror endeavor by the original Saw creator, James Wan, and Paranormal Activity producer Jason Blum that will literally terrify audiences. It revolves around Josh Lambert (Patrick Wilson) and Renai Lambert (Rose Byrne as they move into a new home. Their oldest son, Dalton (Ty Simpson) is an adventurer who likes to explore. One night when venturing into the attic, he falls and hits his head. The next morning, he is in a coma. Unable to do anything, Josh and Renai bring him home to care for in the hope he will one day come out of it. Then, strange things start to happen. Strange noises occur. Faces appear. Things are moved. The alarm sounds. Strange happenings occur more frequently. After a while, they have had enough and move to a small house for lease. It does not help. Apparently, it was not the house that was haunted, but rather Dalton. More bizarre things happen - frightening things. At this point, they turn for help from Josh's Mom, (Barbara Hershey) and Elise (Lin Shaye). She explains the strange things that pervade: what is happening, why it is happening, and how to get Dalton back. This leads to a secret memory that Josh has buried (which was easy to figure out) and a terrifying venture into the spiritual world. Insidious, despite a few flaws is deft craft, using atmosphere, suspense, terror, and stunning visual imagery that will frighten the deepest part of your soul. This accomplishment is primarily done with Wan's wonderful direction that leaves an audience confused, guessing, and frightened. The performances by Wilson, Byrne, Shay, and Simpson are also good, giving the audience people to care about. The story is also engaging, slowly unfolding in a subtle way that keeps our interest. It is part Amityville Horror, part Poltergeist, part Exorcist, and a few other horror gems. The most stunning aspect is the imagery, especially when crossing over into the spirit world. It is not only frightening, but downright disturbing. Yes, it has a few flaws. The explanation offered by Elise seems too convenient and easy, as if writers assumed the audience HAD to know what was going on instead of leaving us in the dark to figure it out for ourselves. The "surprise" for the audience is also weak, and is something that can be seen a mile away. Making up for these flaws is a disturbing terrifying movie that relies on suspense and fear instead of buckets of blood and guts. In the end I was exhausted by fear, and it took almost an hour after movie's end for the terror to fade. This is one of the few times a horror movie has infused a fear into my soul. I would rank this as one of THE most terrifying movies I have ever seen.
Director: James Wan
Cast: Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne and Ty Simpkins
Putlocker Jackass 3D (2010)
This movie is great. The jackass team re-unites for what seems to be the last one in the series. They are getting older, and after seeing this movie, I'm surprised they are still in somewhat good health. You will laugh, cringe, and stare in awe at the spectacle that is Jackass 3D. Well first off, its exactly what you would expect. No story, just stunts and pranks, all in slow-motion 3D. There are some hilarious pranks and stunts (midget bar fight) and some disgusting ones (Poop Cocktail Supreme). Knoxville, Lacy, Bam, Wee-man, Steve-O, Pontius, Jonze and Dunn are all back and better than ever. For those who are weary about seeing it in 2D or 3D, its kinda hit and miss. Some stunts are great for 3D (especially the conclusion and bee-ball tether ball) and others do nothing to aid it. If you were to see it 2D, then your not missing anything. If you see it in 3D, then the extra 5 bucks will be worth it. I don't have many complaints about the movie. The slow-mo may have been used a little too often, there is a little too much male nudity in my opinion, and some stunts are just flat out gross (Poop Geysers). Overall, this movie is great. Its appalling, its crude, its grotesque and most off all, it will have you peeing your pants.
Director: Jeff Tremaine
Cast: Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O and Bam Margera
Putlocker Jumping the Broom (2011)
These type of African-American comedy movies that make their way to the market are among the few. Jumping the broom is a type of movie that avoids many of the typical and overused stuff of the genre yet provoke a fair degree of an enjoyable experience. It's not a perfect movie but hey, c'Mon who needs that tension, we are going for fun. The movie has enough entertaining and funny moments that will provide satisfaction to your movie watching experience thanks to the award-winning cast for their great performances. This takes us to the movie theme and plot. In a simple style and scale the director Salim Akil presents a family and culture clashing comedy that is well filmed with progressive shots with a bright tinch of melodrama. As in many romantic movies, the story is about two lovebirds, but here the story is all about class and status. The film features two love-birds Sabrina Watson (Paula Patton) and Jason Taylor (Laz Alonso) planning to marry each other. However the main setup of the film is that these two love each other but their families don't. Apart from the storyline the film works only because the script is a juggling stuff with a dozen of jokes and gags. Another coup for the film is it's amusing supporting characters which prevents a hard collision and bloodbath when these two entirely different families meet each other. This film also has other shining moments such as it's elegant wedding feel and well coordinated cinematography. The casting is well chosen and diverse. Overall, by most standards it's not enough for a movie to be a hit but will attract the audience as a funny and an interesting flick.
Director: Salim Akil
Cast: Paula Patton, Laz Alonso and Angela Bassett
Putlocker Let Me In (2010)
This is not your typical horror film, though it does have horror elements (e.g. suspense, violence, gore). Really it's a story about the complex loving relationship that develops between two children. The fact that one of them is a vampire just makes things more interesting. I read the book and watched the original film before seeing this adaptation. Even so, I ended up twisting in my seat the whole film. I couldn't find a single dull moment. The whole theater was ewwing and awwing and giggling. This film has its flaws, but it's very emotionally affecting nonetheless. It's thrilling and disturbing, and as real as a film can be. I can't wait to watch it again. - Compared w/ the First Film Adaptation - I say it's better than the original because more time is spent on the principle characters and the changes tend to make the story more believable. I prefer the acting and cinematography of the original film, but overall I think this is the best film adaptation anyone could hope for.
Director: Matt Reeves
Cast: Kodi Smit-McPhee, Chloe Moretz and Richard Jenkins
Putlocker Life as We Know It (2010)
Holly and Eric were set up on a blind date by their friends, Peter and Allison who are married. A few years later after Peter and Allison were killed in an accident, they learn that Peter and Allison have named them as the guardians to their daughter, Sophie. So they move into their house and try their best to honor their friends' wishes. But raising a child puts a crimp on their style and they don't exactly get along. "Life as We Know It" (2010). Having seen the film myself I was moved with empathy when the character of Holly Berenson discovers the death of her two best friends. This in turn causes an emotional breakdown in the local police precinct where she is joined by Eric (the other friend of the couple). I also thought the comedic timing was great as well with the chemistry within the cast. This was truly a film which held my attention. I laughed, I cried, I wanted more. The situation at hand was of two opposite people that have nothing in common; are abruptly placed as the legal guardians of their friends child, after the couple perish in an automobile accident. Soon after Holly and Eric Messer move into their friends home to make an attempt at raising the child. Throughout the film they show the difficult burden of raising a child before one truly knows they are prepared for such a step. The film concludes with a bond having formed over the three main characters Holly, Eric, and the little baby left in their care. This is a film that many should take the time to see and enjoy. The story shows how against the odds of tragedy two people can grow up and discover possibilities within themselves. The possibility to care for and further another human life.
Director: Greg Berlanti
Cast: Katherine Heigl, Josh Duhamel and Josh Lucas
Putlocker Limitless (2011)
The movie really shows how a person can fully use his brain and how too much power can lead to an utter demise, like drugs, but the movies seemed too unrealistic for a modern day movie even though it isn't trying it is still very unbelievable. you also don;t get attached to the other actors at all, which is a very sad thing ,especially considering that we have deniro in the movie which doesn't appear more than several times. But the logical and compelling way it is done in is very interesting for the viewers. its also is a bit un interesting to look at how the main character is trying to commit suicide and remembers past movies. it seems too fake!and finally i would say that it is still a great movie.
Director: Neil Burger
Cast: Bradley Cooper, Anna Friel and Abbie Cornish
Putlocker Little Fockers (2010)
It has taken 10 years, two little Fockers with wife Pam (Polo) and countless hurdles for Greg to finally get "in" with his tightly wound father-in-law, Jack. After the cash-strapped dad takes a job moonlighting for a drug company, however, Jack's suspicions about his favorite male nurse come roaring back. When Greg and Pam's entire clan-including Pam's lovelorn ex, Kevin (Owen Wilson)-descends for the twins' birthday party, Greg must prove to the skeptical Jack that he's fully capable as the man of the house. But with all the misunderstandings, spying and covert missions, will Greg pass Jack's final test and become the family's next patriarch...or will the circle of trust be broken for good?
Director: Paul Weitz
Cast: Ben Stiller, Teri Polo and Robert De Niro
Release: March 09, 2011
Putlocker Mars Needs Moms (2011)
Based upon the novel by Berkeley Breathed, Mars Needs Moms, is a creative way to look at both what lies beyond our world in space and having a deeper appreciation for our mothers, even if they do make us do chores and eat vegetables. When Milo (Seth Green) witnesses his mother (Joan Cusack) being abducted by aliens, he chases after her only to be whisked away to Mars as well. There, he surprisingly meets another human being, Gribble (Dan Fogler), who explains that the Martians need nurturing mothers who also are firm with their children so they can harness those traits into their nanny bots. With the aid of a rogue Martian, Ki (Elisabeth Harnois), the race is on to save Milo's mom before it is too late. Filmed with motion censor technology, the actors are thrust into their animated counterparts on screen delivering strong, heartfelt performances. The adaptation from book to screen is done in a graceful manner that promises one fun, thrilling adventure that is, I apologize for the corny joke, out of this world. While the 3D doesn't really add anything special to the film, director Simon Wells is able to keep the audience engaged in the fast-paced action and swift, comedic dialogue that inevitably makes for a really enjoyable movie experience.
Director: Simon Wells
Cast: Seth Green, Joan Cusack and Dan Fogler
Putlocker Morning Glory (2010)
Becky (Rachel McAdams) is a hard-working morning TV show producer, or at least she was until she got fired. Desperate to get a job, she finally gets an interview with Jerry (Jeff Goldblum) - who is desperate to hire a producer for the struggling show "Daybreak". Becky accepts the job and it proves to be more difficult than even she might be able to handle. She has to fire the sexist co-host, then try to convince egotistical news reporter, Mike Pomeroy (Harrison Ford), to take the job, and then try and get him to actually do the job, properly. And she has to do this while falling for handsome Adam (Patrick Wilson), and trying to save the show from plummeting ratings. Will Becky be able to hold on to her dream job and her sanity?
Director: Roger Michell
Cast: Rachel McAdams, Noah Bean, Jack Davidson, Vanessa Aspillaga, Jeff Hiller, Linda Powell, Mike Hydeck, Joseph J. Vargas, Mario Frieson, Kevin Herbst, Jerome Weinstein, Steve Park, David Fonteno, Patti D'Arbanville, Jeff Goldblum
Putlocker Priest (2011)
PRIEST, a post-apocalyptic sci-fi thriller, is set in an alternate world -- one ravaged by centuries of war between man and vampires. The story revolves around a legendary Warrior Priest from the last Vampire War who now lives in obscurity among the other downtrodden human inhabitants in walled-in dystopian cities ruled by the Church. When his niece is abducted by a murderous pack of vampires, Priest breaks his sacred vows to venture out on a quest to find her before they turn her into one of them. He is joined on his crusade by his niece's boyfriend, a trigger-fingered young wasteland sheriff, and a former Warrior Priestess who possesses otherworldly fighting skills.
Director: Scott Charles Stewart
Cast: Paul Bettany, Cam Gigandet and Maggie Q
Putlocker Rango (2011)
Rango is the story a wannabe thespian lizard (Johnny Depp) who's only friends were the decorations in his tank until he is thrown onto the side of the road where he avoids oncoming cars and has an encounter with Roadkill (Alfred Molina) who tells of the Spirit of the West (Timothy Olyphant) who gives advice to those who make it to the other side of the road (It's a metaphor). Insiting on getting some water, Roadkill points the Lizard towards the town Dirt in the middle of the desert. While making his way through the desert he encounters numerous things like Hawks, trees that stare at you, a rock like creature and a mariachi band made of birds. Soon in the desert, the lizard, meets up with Beans (Isla Fisher)an independent girl that is struggling to keep her father's ranch. She takes him the rest of the way to Dirt where he walks into the local bar where at first he is harassed by the locals but being the Thespian that he is he quickly comes up with a character and a name, Rango. Rango tells the locals of how he took out the 7 Jenkin Brothers with one bullet. Soon, Rango's stories get him into a draw with some of the bullies of Dirt which is interrupted with an attack by a hawk. Rango soon kills the bird and like in his stories and with a little luck he kills the bird with one bullet. After this heroic event, Rango is promoted to Sheriff of the town and then is assigned to find out where the water supply is going. This leads him to a number of action, duologue and sweet scenes with Rango and his Posse. When they get back to Town to no prevail, the water is completely gone. Rango has now had suspicions that the culprit of water supply is the Mayor (Ned Beatty). Now threatened, The Mayor calls in Rattle Snake Jake (Bill Nighy) who exiles Rango into the desert. Rango makes his way back to the road where he decides that he must cross the road. When he makes it he has an encounter with The Spirit of the West. After taking his advice, Rango makes his way back to Dirt to save the day. After putting the pieces of the puzzle together Rango learns of the plan to destroy Dirt and comes up with a plan to save the Town. He then takes down the evil doers and saves dirt, becoming the permanent Sheriff of Dirt. Sheriff Rango. When I went into this movie I had expectations, I was not disappointed! This movie was awesome. We definitely have a movie in the running for best animated movie of 2011. Where to begin? The Story, Overall the story was a refreshing one. It was in the formula of a western where you have slower scenes and then action sequences. It was balanced out perfectly. There was a lot of humor in the movie which was great because again there was a lot of it that was aimed towards older people and some who speak another language which i thought was great. Overall i think the story was bold and a lot of metaphoric parts of the story too. This story like I said was refreshing and definitely a 5/5. The Characters, all of the characters were great and fun to watch and look at. They all had great details and unique designs to them. My favorite was probably Rattle Snake Jake. They all were entertaining and made the movie very enjoyable. 5/5. The animation: WOW!! What can i say? I was blown away by the animation. It was probably the most impressive animation in a film I've ever seen (next to Toy Story 3). Before the movie there was a trailer for Hoodwinked 2. That animation look horrible and made Rango look a lot more cool. There was so much eye candy in the film and soooooo much detail.Being someone who appreciates this kind of stuff this was awesome. 6/5 Overall the movie was great, the only thing i had a little problem with was the fact that Rattle Snake Jake's screen time wasn't a lot but the same fact also made him even more awesome. The movie was awesome and was definitely not just for kids. In fact that was another thing. I thought the movie towards the end, the movie got a little dark and overall i think the movie would have kept kids from age 0 - 7 may be bored or scared. Kids from age 8 - adults will love it. This movie was bold in that way though which was awesome and proof that animated films are not just for kids. Rango 10/10
Director: Gore Verbinski
Cast: Johnny Depp, Isla Fisher, Timothy Olyphant
Putlocker Red Riding Hood (2011)
Red Riding Hood is by far the best Hollywood product that I have ever seen. Nothing even comes close to capturing the interest of the viewer and holding it tightly throughout the two hour duration of this masterpiece. Firstly, I must admit that it has its flaws, such as a few points of lazy directional and editing problems, as in some of the battle scenes, as well as the somewhat disappointing ending, which leaves the viewer thirsting for more without the promise of any follow-up. Yet the fact of the matter is, and I speak for myself, that the positive aspects of Red Riding Hood outweigh the bad so drastically one cant help but overlook them in terms of the entire film. The frequent sub-par visuals mean nothing in comparison to the amazing plot depth and beautiful character development marbled throughout the film. In summary, Red Riding Hood is a two hour mini-series that consists of episodes detailing the life of a rogue grandchild named Red Riding Hood. Red Riding Hood, in short, is simply the most intriguing fictional character ever constructed. Red Riding Hood, first of all, is one of the finest examples of an individual driven entirely by self preservation and improvement. Throughout the filming Red Riding Hood grows stronger and more deadly before our eyes, with each thrust of her massive sword. The personal relationships that he develops over time, especially with Gary Oldman and Billy Burke, are totally believable and honest. In particular, the love/hate relationship that Red Riding Hood has with Father Auguste sucks the viewer into their world and with each passing moment leaves you literally thirsting for more. I can honestly say that I had never so anxiously awaited a release as I did with each the present volume. The score, other than being entirely redundant, creates an additional emotional appeal that quite literally leaves a mark in your mind. The opening theme song, although an acquired taste, becomes somewhat of a necessity to bring you deeper into the world of Red Riding Hood and the Troope of the Wolves. In no time at all you find yourself singing along with it as if it were a top forty tune. The climactic theme is absolutely haunting, leading one to wonder how it came to be included in an Non-Bollywood effort. Red Riding Hood is a definite must-see for all fans. For those who dislike kiddie rhymes or are indifferent to it, the mediocre visuals may tarnish your opinion of it, yet the rock solid plot and character depth with leave you amazed.
Director: Catherine Hardwicke
Cast: Amanda Seyfried, Lukas Haas and Gary Oldman
Putlocker Rio (2011)
"Rio" is quite similar to Pixar's canceled project "Newt". The story sounds dark for kids, but I think the story is better for "Rio" because it makes this "endangered-specie-mating" plot into a subplot and more focus to "learn-how-to-fly" plot. But this "learn-to-fly" plot is a bit predictable. The filmmaking was great. Colorful visuals, often hilarious, and decent directing. There is nothing wrong with the voice acting. The main cast, Jesse Eisenber and Anne Hathaway are like the bird versions of them. Jemaine Clement really made his character evil. The rest of the cast, Will.i.am, Jamie Foxx and George Lopez adds more fun to the movie. I just wish Tracy Morgan's character Luiz had more scenes. The visuals are colorful and very spectacular. It really shows how beautiful Rio De Janeiro is. The flying sequence is indeed breathtaking even if it's in 2D. The problem of the movie is it's not so compelling. The ending seems rushed. We will all know what's gonna happened to this flightless bird. Although the movie has a big heart. The movie is often funny of course. Overall it's a fun experience. "Rio" is not like Pixar but it's still enjoyable for the whole family. After watching all of those awful recent blockbusters, I think "Rio" is the best movie I've seen this year so far. It's an amazing large-scale ride. It could be the studio's best movie yet.
Director: Carlos Saldanha
Cast: Jesse Eisenberg, Anne Hathaway and George Lopez
Putlocker Sanctum (2011)
The 3-D action-thriller Sanctum follows a team of underwater cave divers on a treacherous expedition to the largest, most beautiful and least accessible cave system on Earth. When a tropical storm forces them deep into the caverns, they must fight raging water, deadly terrain and creeping panic as they search for an unknown escape route to the sea. Master diver Frank McGuire has explored the South Pacific's Esa-ala Caves for months. But when his exit is cut off in a flash flood, Frank's team-including 17-year-old son Josh and financier Carl Hurley are forced to radically alter plans. With dwindling supplies, the crew must navigate an underwater labyrinth to make it out. Soon, they are confronted with the unavoidable question: Can they survive, or will they be trapped forever?
Director: Alister Grierson
Cast: Rhys Wakefield, Allison Cratchley and Christopher Baker
Putlocker Scream 4 (2011)
Ten years since the events known as "The Woodsboro Massacre," Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) returns to her hometown as one of the stops on her book-signing tour. However, things do not go well when Dewey Riley (David Arquette, who is now the town's Sheriff) interrupts the signing, claiming that the murder of two girls is linked to a cellular phone somewhere in the bookstore's vicinity. Everyone is surprised when the phone is found in the trunk of Sidney's rental car, along with bloody handprints. While Dewey intends to find out what is going on, the incident quickly spreads across the town like wildfire. Gale Weathers-Riley (Courteney Cox, who is Dewey's wife), gets her old spark back and in an effort to be in the spotlight again, intends to investigate what happened. Dewey assigns a police detail to patrol the place where Sidney will be staying, which happens to be the residence of her Aunt Kate (Mary McDonnell), and Cousin Jill (Emma Roberts). It is here that Sidney has a deja vu moment, in going to her cousin's room, only to see her cousin's ex-boyfriend Trevor (Nico Tortorella) sneaking out a nearby window after Jill has asked him to leave. Later on that evening, Jill and her friend Kirby (Hayden Panettiere) are watching a movie, when Kirby gets a call from someone sounding like 'Ghost Face.' The voice claims he's hiding in the closet. Kirby checks Jill's room but finds nothing. In the house next door, their friend Olivia (Marielle Jaffe) is shocked when the killer bursts from her closet and kills her. Sidney hears what's going on, and breaks into Olivia's place, attempting to stop the killer. However, he escapes just as the Police arrive. Sidney is taken to the local hospital to be checked over, but is upset when her book-signing's publicist Rebecca (Alison Brie) claims that these new killings can help the sales of Sidney's self-help book. Sidney fires Rebecca on the spot, who heads to the facility's parking garage, only to be menaced and then killed, before her body is thrown off the top of the garage onto the roof of a nearby news van. Gale is still trying to get to the bottom of the mystery, and convinces Sidney to come with her to the local 'Cinema Club' at the high school, run by Charlie Walker (Rory Culkin) and Robbie Mercer (Erik Knudsen). The two claim that if the killer is attempting to kill people in a 'remake' fashion. While some things may be similar, the killer's style is not going to be exactly like the first time, and that to make the situation even more intense, they may even be recording the murders to post them on the internet. When someone brings up that the end of the murder-spree the first time was at a house party, Charlie and Robbie immediately assume that the killer may strike at their upcoming 'Stab-a-Thon,' where they'll run all the movies in the 'Stab' series (based on the original murders). Some question why hold the 'Stab-a-Thon' in the first place, but the guys assume that they aren't the only party in town, as teenagers on a Friday night have plenty of other party options. Gale manages to find the party, and disguising herself, sets up cameras to view what's going on in the party. However, as she watches from her car, the cameras start to get covered up. Gale places a call to Dewey, before sneaking back into the party. While attempting to fix the camera in the rafters, she comes across a remote webcam, before being stabbed by the killer. Dewey shows up just as Gale collapses to the ground floor, but the killer has once again eluded capture. Back at Sidney's Aunt's house, she inquires where her Cousin is, and her Aunt explains she's at her friend Kirby's place. Sidney attempts to call, but can't seem to get Jill's phone. As the two attempt to go over and get her, the killer appears and kills Kate. Sidney manages to escape, and rushes over to Kirby's place. In the meanwhile, Jill, Kirby, Charlie, and Robbie are relaxing at Kirby's place when Trevor shows up. Jill claims he wasn't invited, but Trevor claims he got a message from Jill's phone. Jill explains this to be impossible, as her phone has been missing recently. Kirby suggests they go to her room to look for it, and Trevor follows her. Robbie indulges in some alcohol, and ends up going outside, where he is killed. Back inside, Kirby reveals to Charlie her penchant for horror movies, and that she finds him attractive. However, the moment is interrupted when Trevor reappears. Kirby orders him to leave, but just as they open the front door, Robbie appears on the doorstep, bleeding before passing out, with the killer close behind. Trevor is knocked out, and Charlie is dragged away. As Kirby watches, Charlie is seen outside the porch window, tied to a chair. Her phone rings, and the killer claims he wants to play a game with her, testing her horror movie knowledge. When the voice on the phone stops, Kirby rushes out, and attempts to untie Charlie...only to have him stab her, upset that it took til' now for her to find him attractive. Sidney arrives, and rushes into the house. She fins Charlie with the knife, but is then stabbed by Ghost Face. It is then that Ghost Face removes the mask...and it is revealed that Sidney's cousin Jill is also in on it! Jill then lets loose a torrid of hatred at Sidney, claiming that her cousin's fame was always rubbed in her face, and how sick she was of it. Jill now claims that soon, Sidney will die, and in the wake of the killer's spree, she'll become famous instead. Charlie also assumes he's going to be part of the plan, but is shocked when Jill kills him as well. Jill then sets up the situation as if her ex-boyfriend Trevor was the true killer, planting the knife, mutilating herself, leaving bits of her hair in his hand, and smashing and breaking things around the room. Dewey and the other officers eventually reach Kirby's place, and immediately, when it seems that Jill is still alive, the press descend and peg her as a 'survivor.' In the hospital, Dewey visits with Jill, who claims that maybe one day she can write a book with Gale, since they have the same injuries. Dewey also explains to Jill that Sidney will recover, and everything will be fine. However, once he leaves, Jill gets out of her bed, and rushes to Sidney's room, intending to kill her cousin once and for all. Dewey manages to show up (having realized that Jill slipped up mentioning similar injuries to Gale...something she shouldn't have been able to know!), but is knocked out by Jill's use of a bedpan. Gale and Deputy Officer Judy Hicks (Marley Shelton) are right behind him, but Jill manages to take Dewey's gun, and corner them behind a bed. Jill demands Judy's gun, and gets it, before shooting the Deputy. Jill then threatens Gale, only to have Gale buy time before Sidney manages to charge up a defibrillator and use the paddles to 'shock' her cousin into submission. Everything seems to be ok, until Jill rises for 'one last scare,' and Sidney kills her cousin with a bullet to the chest.
Director: Wes Craven
Cast: Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, David Arquette
Putlocker Season of the Witch (2011)
A 14th century Crusader returns to a homeland devastated by the Black Plague. A beleaguered church, deeming sorcery the culprit of the plague, commands the two knights to transport an accused witch to a remote abbey, where monks will perform a ritual in hopes of ending the pestilence. A priest, a grieving knight, a disgraced itinerant and a headstrong youth who can only dream of becoming a knight join a mission troubled by mythically hostile wilderness and fierce contention over the fate of the girl. When the embattled party arrives at the abbey, a horrific discovery jeopardises the knight's pledge to ensure the girl fair treatment, and pits them against an inexplicably powerful and destructive force.
Director: Dominic Sena
Cast: Nicolas Cage, Ron Perlman and Claire Foy
Putlocker Something Borrowed (2011)
By far, 'Something Borrowed' is not an Oscar worthy masterpiece. But as far as chick flicks are concerned, this one was very enjoyable. Unlike many movies I've seen with a similar storyline, this one focuses not only on the present but also on the past. In fact, if you're able to see past the shallow plot, you'll find that there are some actual thought provoking ideas behind 'Something Borrowed'. The movie deals with choosing between what's morally right and what's right for one's happiness. Various characters seem to dwell on the past, and it therefore also addresses people's inability to forgive themselves for past mistakes. Personally, I could really relate to some the issues the character's faced, such as Ginnifer Goodwin's regret over making the wrong choices which therefore altered her life. The movie often veers from being a typical Chick Flick to a Drama, and some scenes brought a little tear to my eye. The acting was excellent, the actors performances very convincing, and some scenes (such as flashbacks) were very well directed. Admittedly, there was some back and forth within the story, and some scenes were added purely for reaction- but overall, this, to me, was a great flick for a rainy Saturday afternoon.
Director: Luke Greenfield
Cast: Ginnifer Goodwin, Kate Hudson and Colin Egglesfield
Putlocker Sucker Punch (2011)
If you know Zack Snyder, you know that people either love his movies or they hate them. This is exactly the case with his newest visual 'Sucker Punch'. Not everyone liked his previous films like, '300' and 'Watchman'. This is also Snyder's first film not adapted from previous work. But the ones who did, were in love. I'm going to come out and just say, that the people that didn't like 'Sucker Punch' probably didn't get it. It's more than just five sexy girls in slutty outfits shooting up the place. It has such a deeper story, and if you're one of the people that picked it up, you'll feel for all the characters so much more. The story is pretty simple. A teenage girl goes through trauma, get committed to an insane asylum, and is trying to escape. The story seems simple, but it goes so much more deeper than that. She pretty much is using her imagination, to deeply intensify her surroundings. Remember when we were little and certain parts of the floor was hot lava? That's kind of what she's doing. With the help of four other girls in the asylum, she goes on unreal 'missions' to get the key items needed to escape. I wish I could touch more on the deep story, but I feel like it'll give too much away. I'll just say that this movie makes you think. If you actually pay attention to the story, and not just the action, this movie is will be one of the most original movies in years. Overall this movie was amazing. The visuals, the action, the story, as well as the acting. I must admit, Vanessa Hudgens and Jamie Chung, although not as prominent as I wish they would've been, steal every scene they're in. The soundtrack was awesome, I actually downloaded it as soon as I got home. One gripe I did have with the film, was it's rating. I wish it wasn't PG-13, an R rating would have allowed Snyder to get away with so much more, and I feel like the insanity would have been intensified, which would have been nice to see. If you're a fan on mind bending movies that a lot of people will say 'that didn't make sense'. Think, 'Wizard of Oz', meets 'Inception', meet's 'Alice In Wonderland', with video game action and levels. Remember, that this movie, it's her mind that you're in, and whatever happens, no matter unreal it may seem, that you once believed that certain parts of the ground was lava. Free and open you're mind, and watch 'Sucker Punch'. It's a feast for your eyes, ears and mind.
Director: Zack Snyder
Cast: Emily Browning, Vanessa Hudgens, Abbie Cornish