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i,ve watch the movie and thought it was done in great taste
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
(2007) Resurrection Mary
Written and directed by Sean Michael Beyer, this straight to rental low budget film is another type of film that uses an "urban legend" turning it into a film (at least that's what it appeared to look like when I watched it) which has an interesting premise but ends with a laughable convoluted ending that doesn't make any sense whatsoever. Anyway at the start of the film the film shows how the urban legend come about until the real movie starts with Jeff (Kevin G. Schmidt) a teenager looking for someone to take to a dance, his parents were dead on an automobile accident happened many years ago and now lives his grandmother played by Sally Kellerman. Upon driving home one night meets up with an unkwnown teenage girl who appears to be the same age as him, she's played by Pamela Noble as Mary hence the title. And after a few dances and meetings other teenagers who closest to him are apparently being killed off with the only thing they all have in common is that they some somehow linked to him and the police badgering him for a confession even though they're no prrof of his wherabouts or any DNA that he is the one that is doing all the killings.
As I've mention, the movie was okay since the budget constraints really shows and was only a minor impact, and was involving until the very end of the film which asks more questions than viewers get any answers.
2 out of 4
LA RESURRECCION DE MARY
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Not scary nor interesting. A horrible film.
Don't really like this one, but not too sure why. Just can't get into it.
A horror movie that will put you to sleep
B movie. Well maybe a B+. LOL!
Not too bad for a true story, slow in spots, and the acting could've been better.
It's a freaky romance thriller movie, but it kept me guessing and supposing who's doing all the killings and how.
I like it I am even considering buying it