The Final 2010 R CC

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A group of high school outcasts get revenge on the students that torment them.

Marc Donato, Jascha Washington
1 hour, 33 minutes

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Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror
Director Joey Stewart
Starring Marc Donato, Jascha Washington
Supporting actors Whitney Hoy, Justin Arnold, Lindsay Seidel, Julin, Laura Ashley Samuels, Travis Tedford, Eric Isenhower, Vincent Silochan, Preston Flagg, Hunter Garner, Ryan Hayden, Mark Nutter, Daniel Ross Owens, Matthew Posey, Morgana Shaw, Farah White, Howard Flaherty, Sherman Allen
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By P on August 15, 2011
Format: DVD
With all the terrible remakes of the classics and no creativity in the big budget horror movies anymore "8 films to die for" hits the spot. This one is about a group of outcast that plot revenge on the popular kids that have made their lives hell in high school. Everybody who went to a public school can probably relate to this movie. Bullies are a big problem in schools everywhere and this movie shows some truth to what can happen when these kids get pushed too far. I mean this movie could very well really happen in this crazy world we live in. Without giving away any of the movie it is about revenge and torture with a couple of laughable moments thrown in. If you like watching horror movies then i would tell you to check this one out. Its worth the 93 minutes of your time. A few others I liked from this series are "Dark Ride" "Unrest" and "The Gravedancers" all worth a watch for the fans of scary movies.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 8, 2010
Format: DVD
What makes this movie such a frightening revelation is that, those of us who have been bullied, tortured in being targets of bullies, can truly understand why the victims are doing what they are doing toward their tormentors. Those who have never experienced years of being targets by bullies will not understand the truly scary thing about this film: that the same thing that the victims did toward their tormentors is the same thing that you would almost want to do toward your tormentors.

The victims are examples of those who were terrorized by bullies for one reason or another. The victims are lost, along, often suicidal, because of the torment that is faced daily by bullies. The victims want to turn the table around, the victims want to give their tormentors a dose of the same medicine. A dose that would last a lifetime. Not so much to kill, but to make it abundantly clear what torment has done to the souls of the victims and what torment has shown to the souls of the bullies.

Through this movie, you can almost understand the very cause of teen suicide because of bullying (as we've seen recently in the news) or teen violence (such as school shootings) because of bullying. Bullying is a very primal power in our school systems today, and the movie deals with a very honest look at what...deep inside the minds, maybe not in the forefront, but somewhere in the minds of the victims...the victims sometimes wish to do toward the tormentors. The vast amount of targets of bullies in their school days will not do what is shown in this film, nor for that matter kill themselves or cause violence at schools, but somewhere, deep inside, this movie shows what lurks in the background of those who are targets.

This movie is frightening because of the implications. This movie is fearful because of the considerations.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Howard fan68 on December 19, 2010
Format: DVD
This film has it pros and cons, but I'm giving The Final a slight 4 stars. The flaws fall into the teen stereotypes, such as the bully jocks, the clueless rich girls, the cool hip hop kid and the withdrawn social outcasts, The saw like torure scenes and the overall lack of suspense. It's strengths, I would say would be the production value, the pacing, acting, and the overall message that the film leaves you with. This film, if you stay with it, will leave you disturbed, repulsed, and remind you of the tragedy that, for some unfortunate few, is high school. Throughout the film, memories of my own teenage years went through my mind. I myself was bullied and seen other kids get treated even worse. Sure, you hated your tormenters, even fantasized about kicking their butts, but you'd never tried to, either through fear of what may happen or just because you were a good enough person to rise above it. And that's the overall tragedy of The Final, all these kids could've risen above the abuse, supported each other, and made something out of their lives. Instead, they chose revenge and scarred the bullies like they did them, only physically, which it what they, the outcasts carried inside. I recommend to see the final for this reason only to make people ponder about what goes on in the school hallways and the minds of the tortured youth. Most importantly, what we, as adults, should do to prevent such tragedies, which is a reminder of what happened at Columbine. Like one of the main characters proclaimed before his suicide, "There is more like us."
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M TOP 1000 REVIEWER on November 14, 2011
Format: DVD
This movie started out with a lot of potential. You have a group of kids that are unfairly victimized by various bullies - for example, Emily is bullied by the popular girls while a few of the guys are being picked on by the jocks and preppies. These kids get together and decide to plan revenge on all the kids who are mean to them. And believe me, some of the bullies are MEAN - they go so far as to destroy one of their victim's cameras just because they can.

So the victims decide to host a party. The ending is foreshadowed at the beginning with a short clip of what happens after the party (centering on one of the former bullies) before going back to the events before the party, where one teacher is giving a history lecture on how the Han Dynasty would sometimes punish its opponents not with death but with disfigurement - something that the bullies' victims take to heart.

I gave this story 3 stars because while it was tight in some parts, it started to unravel in some other parts. I felt extremely disappointed when the Indian kid was turned onto by his friends simply because he tried to help one of the others escape (he was not invited to the party because he was to be 'spared', but showed up nonetheless) That to me just did not work in this story. However, this is still a story worth watching. You cannot help but feel that the bullies are getting what is coming to them, especially if you yourself have been a victim of bullying in your life, and some of the punishments (especially to the really mean, tough jock) are rather fitting for their offenses.

The movie is very dark, even for the victims themselves, but is still an interesting one to watch. It would be nice if we had more movies about bullying victims taking revenge rather than movies about serial killers who torture innocent people, because if someone has to get hurt, then I'd like to see them deserve it.
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