Snow White: A Deadly Summer
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(1.) DVD cover has nothing to do with movie. False advertising. Cheap production cost saving of no subtitles for hearing impaired or to substitute for poor audio.
(2.) Way over the top, not believable if not laughable, character portrayal. The military boot camp image of a whistle blowing, hard nose, do push ups and jumping jacks 'til you drop camp commander just doesn't happen except in movies. Wilderness camps actually do a lot of journaling, discussion groups, wilderness hiking with individual camp set up responsibilities. It's highly choreographed, staged and closely monitored.
(3.) Half the movie (45 minutes) were just four scenes repeated over and over. The same moon position with the exact same clouds passing it was shown repeatedly throughout the movie. Poor clouds they must have felt like bored actors when asked to repeat a scene over and over again. Then there were all the scenes of totem poles, shot close up, as if they had some significance. Never panned out. Lots of scenes of some lake. Also never meant anything other than a cheap time filler. Finally, were the cheap to produce constant flashbacks.
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This was one of the movies I should have watched the previews for. By watching it and reading the editorial, I could have seen just how badly the poorly the movie was produced, how badly the lines were going to be delivered, and how cheaply this was made. The editorial breaks the movie down, delivering not only the idea behind it but what is happening at the campground. (not that it is hard to figure out).
The acting in the movie was rigid, even from the seasoned pair hired to play the parents. I really thought that it might be better,considering the actors. Eric Roberts and Maureen McCormick did surprise me a little when I saw them here, it was one of the reasons i rented it in the first place, but they did not help as much as i would have hoped. Their acting seemed stiff and a little rigid and, despite some kind of mean stuff from McCormick, I longed for an Evil Step Mother out of another tale. Shanley Caswell, who I recognized from a few TV roles, did alright in the movie but, like the parents, the lines were delivered poorly and the movie just seemed low quality. The role she had was not good, either, and seemed atypical at best.Read more ›
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Nice deviation of the classic story. I liked Maureen McCormick in this film also.Published 4 months ago by J J Halpin
A 21st century snow white All this is A cheap killer movie.A young girl with troubles especially with her stepmom get sent to some camp for problem girl's who eventually start to... Read morePublished 18 months ago by john ward
I love this movie. I've seen it about 10 times and it hasn't gotten old. This movie is very mysterious and suspenseful. I suggest watching it! Read morePublished on March 28, 2014 by Cali foltz
Good plot with a lot of twists and turns. I only knew Maureen Mccormick from the cast but was impressed with all the new actors and actresses. Not for children. PG13 in my opinion.Published on September 7, 2013 by Ty
absolutly perfect it got here in a great time period and works perfectly! ive been lookin for this everywere! thanks!Published on June 29, 2013 by mary
This is a bad low budget movie. So bad that its just bad. Everything from the wooden acting and terrible lighting to the characters with no personality, emotion, charm or flair. Read morePublished on January 19, 2013 by Jeff Johnson
Slow, boring, wooden acting, confusing complicated laughable storyline. Its hard to believe this is a film. Its just a copy of similar films done badly. Read morePublished on June 13, 2012 by A. Murphy
Admittedly this fractured spin of the classic fairy tale is pretty bad but in a campy sort of way. Director David DeCouteau eschews his usual homo-erotic, bare-chested studs... Read morePublished on May 19, 2012 by Michael Butts