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Skulls/Kill - Big Fuckin Skull - Six Skulls Against The World (CD)


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Label: Big Fuckin Skull - none • Format: CD • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk

This is one of those pretty entertaining-yet-not memorable stories. It's about a "secret society" in an Ivy League school and a subsequent cover-up of a murder. There is a neat little twist about a half hour before the end of the film. The college kids in here are no-name actors but all credible not offensive or annoying. The film is nicely photographed. Apparently, the film was successful enough to spawn a sequel, so that infers this has enough going for it to check it out if you haven't watched it.

It's okay, but don't expect anything super. However, I have a good friend who thinks this movie is super, and he's usually very critical. The Skulls is a very intense movie that keeps the watcher interested. This movie does not really have many qualities that would qualify it is an award-winner, but over all the movie is very interesting and is Definitely worth watching at least once.

The deleted scenes included on the DVD are also worth watching, but you understand why they were cut. Joshua Jackson and Paul Walker were both very sharp in this movie, but some of the acting was a little poor.

Through out the movie some flaws or holes could be found, yet all-in-all they did not affect the story line very much. In general The Skulls is an entertaining movie and I would recommend it. Joshua Jackson plays a very smart student who is eager to get into law school.

Then he is approached by Paul Walker's character who manages to get him to join a secret society only for the smartest of the smartest students known as The Skulls. It seems that everything is going well but then things start to get much more darker. On the face of it, it seems like a brilliant idea for a movie. A good breakaway from the typical teen movie. However, it didn't really make good use of the potential it had to be a great movie.

The story was made too thin than it should have been and some other details including character development and about this secret society itself were left rather sketchy. I believe that if these details are elaborated on then this would be a much better and more memorable movie than it actually is. Someone in the videostore advised me to see this film.

Now I understand that this probably was a joke. Skulls is terrible. It is not even funny for it's flaws. The acting is lousy though you must feel sorry for the actors because the screenplay is even worse.

The fraternity exists for about two hundred years but it's rituals are shallow and do not go beyond driving expensive sportscars, having sex with supermodels and quoting the fraternity rules from a bible-like book which seems to be a mixture of Mao's Red Book and Hitler's Mein Kampf. The blue collar student completely dropps his old friends from the white ghetto - who conveniently for the story happen to be video-editing experts and own a surprisingly sophisticated mixing studio for the white trash they so unconvincingly try to portray- but becomes remorseful when his formal best black friend get's murdered by his new Buddy's dad who is president of the fraternity but also a high court judge and a total maniac.

When the hero tries to uncover the cover-up he briefly ends up in a mental institution but is saved with in a day by this senator - who is also a skull's member- and by his girlfriend who earlier in the film made a MacGyver like paint spraying robot. The film drags on to a most ridiculous ending. One of the rules of The Skulls sacred booklet states that you are entitled to challenge a fellow Skulls member for a duel with ancient guns.

Till death that is. So we see our hero in a duel with his formal new buddy, the buff but thickheaded son of the Skull's president. This troubled young bully kills his dad, the maniac judge, instead of our blue collar hero.

The end. Well, first off I don't understand the real purpose of this secret society. I understood, they are secret, they have some authorities in the group, but what is the main point of having a secret society? The story's development isn't bad, the story is quite engaging, but we never really know any of the characters. Caleb Mandrake, is he a bad boy or a good guy?

And Will, the guy who 'accidentaly' died? Why did he want to tell everyone about The Skulls, maybe for money? Nothing much really happens and all the happenings are a little pointless to me.

Also, it's not very plausible that Caleb would shoot in his own dad instead of shooting in a "friend". Not to say how bad Paul Walker used to act in this period. It deserves six stars because it's quite original and entertaining, but it's no big film in any aspect. The acting was OK, but the story was uninspired. The funniest thing that I noticed was that the entire story was constructed on "pacey's" ability to Row.

From the onset, his rowing prowess was eagerly demonstrated on the waters. Throughout the tense, dramatic, visually stunning moments, that had me gripped, the proceeded to flash up "Pacey's" training on the "Old-skool" rowing machine, with stunning "out-of-focus" camera shots.

Then, just to put the icing on the already over iced, lump of icing, the end of the movie showed our hero "dawson" no sorry, the fat one, "Pacey", Skulling to freedom, from the Skulls.

It appears to me, that this rowing progression, is an anti-mirror to his progression through the elite SKULL group. I mean, What the hell! All in all, the only part I liked was the wicked guitar song.. Theo Robertson 5 August You see at least three presidents of the United States have actually belonged to the secret guild featured here. So far so good in a film that will appeal to teenagers doing higher education , but as soon as the secret society is revealed you might not have to read too far between the lines to think the film is pointing fingers in certain directions.

A father and son are members of the skulls a secret fraternity that likes to prove the courage of its members by starting wars. The Skulls is brilliant suspense thriller with loads of excitement and twists all the way through.

The movie also stars the absolutely brilliant Paul Walker. What more could you want? When I first saw this movie at the cinema, I knew this was one to own. Religions Of The World Team Moose Knuckle T My Wife is Hot Check out my caulk White Trash - Funny T Look Out For The I'm gonna punch I Screw I Nut Deja Poo Shirt I wear heels bigger Titanic Swim Team T I Shaved My Balls Screw You T-Shirt If You're Gonna If The Lord Had Eff You See Kay Ass The Other Vagina I Fuck On The Hey Vegetarians, My Food Enjoy Life.

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Ames Levritt is blackmailed into voting against Luke by Litten Mandrake, who has pictures of him with his much younger mistress. When Luke does go to the police, the tape is switched by Detective Sparrow Steve Harris and Luke is confined to a mental hospital under the control of the Skulls. With the help of Ames and Chloe, Luke manages to escape the hospital and he and Chloe survive an attempt on his life by Martin Lombard, who is shot and killed by Detective Sparrow who it turns out is working for Levritt.

Luke decides that his only option is to fight the Skulls by their own rules, and "bring war to them". He challenges Caleb to a duel at the Skulls' private island , by invoking rule Litten tries to take his son's place in the duel but is denied the opportunity due to another Skull rule. After Luke and Caleb take their ten paces and turn around, Luke drops his gun and tries to convince Caleb of the truth and that he is not responsible for Will's murder.

Despite being pressured by Litten to kill Luke, Caleb cannot bring himself to pull the trigger. At this point, Litten grabs a pistol and attempts to shoot Luke himself, but before he can fire, Caleb shoots his own father. Caleb, mortified at what he has done, tries to kill himself but is stopped by Luke. The film ends with Luke's realization that Senator Levritt manipulated Luke and others to bring about Litten's death.

Luke becomes disgusted with The Skulls and refuses to participate further, despite threats from Levritt that he will be tracked down someday, and despite, or even because of, Levritt's offer that The Skulls will accept him because he has proven himself in war. As Luke walks away Levritt says to himself, "Well done son, well done".

The film was shot in Toronto with the University of Toronto disguised as Yale University , the plot's setting. This was all a test to see if Ryan would remain loyal to the Order by not going to the authorities. The former member's roommate story is a direct reference to the first film and the death of Will Beckford, Lucas McNamara's roommate.

The parents had been settling a lawsuit with some school's Skull aligned alumni, but stopped due to being unable to afford good attorney to represent. That evening, Ryan receives a phone call from his brother Greg that Diana Rollins was killed in a car accident while returning from a supposed ski trip in New Hampshire. At this point, Ryan knows the entire scandal has been a cover-up to protect Matt Hutchison and the Skulls from public humiliation.

Due to his digging around, the Skulls turn Ryan's life into chaos. His brother Greg is fired from his high-level position as an attorney at Skull member Winston Taft's firm, Ryan's girlfriend Ali accuses him of assaulting her, and he is pursued by the Skulls at every avenue. Through his friendship with Ali's roommate, Kelly Lindy Booth , he later discovers that his apartment is bugged, and the Skulls will stop at nothing to cover up Diana Rollins' accidental death, even attempting to run him and Kelly down in the streets of New Haven.

Ryan and Kelly believe that the only true way to expose the Skulls is by getting their hands on the coroner's report, showing that Diana Rollins did indeed have drugs and alcohol in her system, and that she had been dead for days, not hours. Ryan's brother, Greg, uses his acquaintance, county coroner Dr. Wednesday 14 October Thursday 15 October Friday 16 October Saturday 17 October Sunday 18 October Monday 19 October Tuesday 20 October Wednesday 21 October Thursday 22 October Friday 23 October Saturday 24 October Sunday 25 October Monday 26 October Tuesday 27 October Wednesday 28 October Thursday 29 October Monday 2 November Tuesday 3 November Wednesday 4 November Thursday 5 November Friday 6 November Saturday 7 November Sunday 8 November Monday 9 November Tuesday 10 November Wednesday 11 November Thursday 12 November Friday 13 November Saturday 14 November Sunday 15 November Monday 16 November Tuesday 17 November Wednesday 18 November Thursday 19 November Friday 20 November Saturday 21 November Sunday 22 November Monday 23 November Tuesday 24 November Wednesday 25 November Thursday 26 November Friday 27 November Saturday 28 November Sunday 29 November



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