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Critic Reviews for Fingerprints
[The mixture of supernatural and slasher elements] is a bit like a soufflé laced with Thunderbird wine: you might like one or the other, or even both %u2013 but not together.
A surprisingly good slasher movie
Audience Reviews for Fingerprints
This movie would have been so much better if they had just focused on the paranormal aspect and turned it into a Sci-Fi thriller, instead of a slasher film. The mystery surround the towns past is truly fascinating, but the accompanying slasher part completely takes away from what is otherwise a very good story. Melanie and her family move from the big city to a small town after a recent tragedy. Once there, Melanie becomes obsessed with a local urban legend and decides to discover the truth behind it with the helps of some ghost children. Leah Pipes gives an absolutely amazing performance as Melanie. I hate it when such a great performance goes to waste because it's in some limit release horror film. I'd never even heard of her before this film, but she was so engaging and really got me into this film. Her sister in the movie is played by Kristin Cavallari, who is possibly the best looking girl I've ever seen. She didn't have as big a role in the movie, but she was so supportive and sweet when everyone thought her sister was crazy. Fingerprints seems like a cheesy b-horror movie, with it's poor cinematography and inexperienced supporting cast, but in reality, it's a fantasy story intermingled with a completely unnecessary secondary plot. I really had a love-hate relationship with this movie, because it could have been so much more than it was.
A creepy paranormal ghost story, but it does have some bad effects and stale acting.
Cast: Leah Pipes, Kristin Cavallari, Josh Henderson, Andrew Lawrence, Lou Diamond Phillips, Sally Kirkland, Geoffrey Lewis Director: Harry Basil Summary: A small town lies in limbo some 50 years after a horrific accident that saw a train plow into a school bus filled with children. Can a troubled teen (Leah Pipes) fresh out of rehab unlock the truth about what caused the terrible tragedy? My Thoughts: "The poster to this film is scarier then the actual film. The story is what is interesting. The things that was done to the children was pretty awful. The acting was OK. Some acting was a little over the top which made some scenes a bit cheesy. Not a bad film to pass your time with. But there's definitely nothing special or scary about this film. Well, unless you scare easily."
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