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"He gets even with all the girls who rejected him..."


A group of rebellious girlfriends that have kept seeing each other since grade school are targeted by what seems to be a joke. However, one after the other, they are assassinated.

A few clues make them believe that it could be a boy they teased years ago. Consequently, they try to find who in their surroundings reminds them of this person.

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The structure behind a revenge movie brings up lots of different possibilities. This movie is limited to a streak of murders but we do not lose our interest in it. The big advantage this movie has is that the secret killer also acts the way we would imagine him in reality: he gives menacing gifts coupled with two-faced messages before approaching his victims and he often attacks them in their workplace.

The suspense is not bad even though all the startling scenes are predictable, as they are in all respectable slasher movie. The murders are mildly violent but original enough. The killer doesn’t always use the same weapon; this might interest or disappoint, depending on the viewer.

What I like the least is that we have the impression that we are looking at line up of sitcom stars. This movie is extremely commercial but the ending is amazing!

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Memorables aspects
- The final revelation
- Paige dies in a Jacuzzi

Memorables characters
- The Killer
- Jason (Adam Harrington)
- Paige Prescott (Denise Richards)

Released in: 2001

Movie type: Horror - Slasher - Thriller


Films in similar category:
My Bloody Valentine
Scream
Cherry Falls
Kolobos
Prom Night

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Steve  
( 2001-08-28 )  




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