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There's a campy kick to the initiation ceremonies, ancient rituals in dungeonlike alcoves filled with haze and shadow, performed by enthralled frat boys, but as Jackson flounders at the center of a Skull conspiracy it spins into ludicrous melodrama. See the college president become a thug for the Skull godfather! See street punks become high-tech criminal masterminds! See the conspiracy collapse under its own absurdity!
Jackson is pretty much a dud as the well-meaning hero, but Walker, with flashing eyes under furrowed brow, is mesmerizing as a haunted rich kid torn between a ruthless, overbearing father (Craig T. Nelson) and his conscience. Director Rob Cohen drives the film at a galloping pace and fills it with foreboding images, but his humorless solemnity finally buries The Skulls in a heap of clichés. --Sean Axmaker
its good, i feel like they could of talked more about it.. how it orginated, why they exist etc...the writer and producer went to Yale and admited being in a secret society hint... Read morePublished 2 months ago by R7BLUE
Paul Walker, the early years. Joshua Jackson before One Tree Hill. Friendship is tested here. Great storyline. "We live by the rules and we die by the rules."Published 7 months ago by Nat Fleming