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R.S.V.P. (2002)
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R.S.V.P.  (2002/I)
Original Title: R.S.V.P. Codec: XviD MPEG
Director: Mark Anthony Galluzzo Bitrate: 873 Kbit/s
Category: Horror/Thriller/Comedy Resolution: 576x320
Orig. Lang.: English Audio: MPEG Layer 3
Year: 2002/I A.Bitrate: 128 Kbit/s
Web Link: IMDB S.Rate: 48,000 Hz
Channels: 2
Country: USA Total Filesize: 700.51 MB
Rated: 4.4 N°CDs: 1
Media: XviD Ripper: SAPHiRE
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Length:
95 min

ed2k:   CD1 Writer: Mark Anthony Galluzzo
Orig. Ratio:   1.85 : 1
       
       
       
       
SubTitle:   SUBS Lang: English
SubTitle:   SUBS Sources? Report No Sources

Plot:
A Hitchcockian black comedy in the spirit of 'Rope' and Agatha Christie's 'Ten Little Indians' that begs the question can murder, if done well, be considered art? An art whose medium is one of flesh and bone.
 
Starring: Notes:
James M. Churchman (The Quick Brown Fox (as Jim Churchman))
Sharon Bruneau (Female Victim)
Scott Workman (Male Victim)
C.B. Allen (Officer Gaunt)
Rich Kelly (Detective Thomas)
Glenn Quinn (Prof. Hal Evans, phd.)
Rick Otto (Nick 'The Prick' Collier)
Lucas Babin (Jimmy Franklin)

Comments:
Before you watch, grab and watch Hitchcock's Rope. Its a far better film and this is obviously borrowing heavily from it.

"----******Contains spoilers*******----

I actually like this movie; it begins to grow on you. I must admit that I rented it solely because it starred Glenn Quinn, of Angel and Roseanne fame {The man is gorgeous and a good actor, and he has the sexiest Irish accent *ever*. Glenn Quinn, may you rest in peace}.

The movie isn't horrible, but it certainly doesn't qualify as a "Hitchcockian thriller", although it isn't a teen slasher movie either.(It does, however, make numerous references to Hitchcock) For one, Nick is instantly revealed as the killer; there is no attempt to hide that fact. Secondly, to be a stereotypical slasher film, there must be much more blood and a revenge plot.

Here's the story: Nick, a rich smart kid who never finishes anything, decides to throw a going-away party for his best friend Jim. Keep in mind that these two have been in the criminal psych class taught by Hal Evans-a professor with a passion for death and the "art" of murder- and Nick's train of thought has become "kill lots of people, get lots of fame, yeeehaw!"



The guests begin to arrive. First is Terry, the drugged-up, horny character immortalized by Jason Mewes. Second is Jordan, Jim's girlfriend and Nick's ex. Then come Skyles, Garrett, and Cricket, the members of the band Whiskey Dick. Not long after, Walter and Mary- Jim's aunt and uncle- and Leigh, Jim's little sister with a thing for Nick, show up. By this time, it is late and everyone wants to know why Jim hasn't shown up for the party. He never arrives, but two others come in his place: Evans and Nick's neighbor Callie. During this parade of people and murder, drugs, alcohol, sexual innuendo, and profanity run profusely.

The little suspense arises from the questions: When will these morons realize that their best buddy Nicky is knocking 'em off, one by one, or in a few cases, two by two? and What happens when they do? It takes quite awhile for the first to be answered, and the ending is a little anticlimactic. (By the way, watch through the credits).

I was blown away by Quinn's performance as Hal Evans. He is a freaky, morbidly obsessed, but somehow likable man. Evans is the guy you are aquaintances with whose mind concentrates on one issue, manages to connect all topics to that issue, but makes the connection valid and coerces you to think. Any Glenn Quinn fans will certainly want to see this movie, considering it was his last. It is a very different character from Doyle on Angel.

The rest of the cast is mediocre, with Mewes as the typical stoner he plays well but too often. The girls, especially Leigh and Callie, are portrayed as the typical helpless, expendable twits.

The score is interesting, with music from all genres. The continuous references, both verbal and nonverbal, to bullfighting is clever, as is Evans' revelation at the end. I have not seen the deleted scenes, but I have heard that they contain a subplot with Evans, something that would explain the various and seemingly random shots of Evans in his car and his office.

Although I usually would not even consider watching a sequel made of a movie of this caliber, but considering the ending with Evans (in the credits), a sequel could have been very interesting. Sadly, we will never know. Anyway, it is an interesting film. If you have nothing to do on a Friday night, rent R.S.V.P."
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Date Added: 2004-08-13
Hits: 862
Reviewer: spudthedestroyer
Score: 5 / 10

 
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