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Buy it right now, you wont find a movie that will make you think this much.
For starters, this militia has complete control over these students lives, and they will force the youth to play out a very twisted and cruel game.
This is one of the best films I have ever seen and ranks high in my favorite films of all time.
This is wonderful! Very dystopic and shocking! Imagine a high school teen flick, but with slaughter.Published 1 day ago by Big Foot McCoy
Before there were the Hunger Games, There was Battle Royal!! One random class of Japanese school kids in school uniforms are dropped on an island where they must kill each other... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Anonymous
Forget that wimpy Hunger Games drivel, THIS is the definitive teen survival game movie. Interesting in that the characters portrayed have gone through their school years... Read morePublished 16 days ago by R. W. Siegler
Battle Royale is a great movie. The hunger games did rip off some aspects of it, but both movies are different. I would prefer to watch battle royale though. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alexis Ingebretsen
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|On the sleeve art...||
Thanks for the shout-out! It's indeed a Photoshop Disaster (that site even covered it!). I'm guessing the designer and his bosses figured the printed sleeves would be dark enough to obscure the magic floating shotgun (or the shotgun-balancing penis, take your pick LOL), but when they got the... Read More
Mar 31, 2012 by Brian T | See all 6 posts
|Hollywood never stops with the racist cropping, does it?||
As a huge fan of Asian cinema, I have to admit I've seen this more times than I care to admit.
As a graphic designer however, I can say with certainty that this design technique is common in advertising/marketing, and has been used on movie posters and sleeves depicting white people (especially... Read More
Feb 9, 2012 by Brian T | See all 3 posts