Not really pretty much an elementary idea actually, who hasn't drempt about driving with no cops/rules/laws, or taking a test in school and being able to cheat openly with no rule. The movie just does that to the 10 power
hotdogs and handrails
springs4life-you should look hood on and off the hill not just dress like a preppy little white kid all week then when you hit the hill act all gangsta and shit.
Just got out of the theatre. I can honestly say I was more entertained by the fact that they played the first 5 minutes of the Hangover 3 before someone told the theatre they fucked up. The idea was great, piss poor execution though. I wanted to get into it, but I was unable to be surprised or shocked at all, anyone could have foreshadowed what was going to happen from the first 15 minutes of the movie. I'd say skip it, unless you're still in early high school years because that seemed to make up the majority of the crowd.
It would have been cooler if it were more of a "documentary" type of movie that followed like someone out killing, someone that got stuck out, and maybe a family that was inside watching it all using that as the "narration" It just would have been better if they didn't try to make it a horror film, but what can you expect from the writer of Paranormal Activity?
I watched that last night and it was great minus the beginning, middle, and end. The boy pissed me off. But some parts were scary as shit, a lot of fighting. And the ending was really awkward with their neighbors. 9/10