Girls Against Boys

2012

Drama / Horror / Thriller

140
IMDb Rating 4.8 10 3,154

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Liam Aiken as Johnnie Pappas
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793.62 MB
1280*720
English
R
23.976 fps
93 min
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1.49 GB
1920×1080
English
R
23.976 fps
93 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 3 / 10 / 10

Boring, cheap, done to death premise

GIRLS AGAINST BOYS is another cheap revenge picture with a battle-of-the-sexes slant. It feels very much like a cheap I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE remake and even features an actor or two who appeared in one of those films, I can't remember which. This one seems to have even less plot than usual and is merely a string of set-pieces of the main two characters going around and butchering unsuspecting blokes, some of them deserving, some of them not. I find films like this one almost entirely devoid of merit. The cheap digital look of the production is almost anti-cinematic and an example of everything I DON'T want to see in a film. The acting is generally weak and exaggerated and the violence brief and not very shocking. The subject matter is distasteful but the approach is so lame that none of it is possible to take seriously.

Reviewed by NoCensorship 9 / 10 / 10

Feminism taking misandry to another level of insanity!

This depraved film is only the latest of a string of Hollywood films glorifying the wholesale butchering of men by 'feminist avengers,' in retaliation for some perceived slight. Torturing, dismembering and murdering men has been a predominant fixation in feminist literature and art for many decades, and it's now migrating to the big screen. The 'basic' plot almost always centers around an obsessive storyline of a woman being sexually assaulted or raped. The perpetrator is subsequently killed. Then the rest of the film rapidly descends into a slaughter of all men for any trivial incident (guilty by association of being the same gender). And people wonder why female filmmakers can't compete with men in terms of accolades? I can't imagine many males paying hard-earned money to watch this sickening crap, unless a girlfriend/wife drags them to the cinema to revel in his uneasiness. So clearly, from the box office sales of previous misandric productions, there's a large enough perverse appetite by women themselves to warrant such films being made. But it taps disturbingly into something deeply rooted in the female psyche: that women are always somehow justified in enacting disproportionate violence, because 'the bastard probably deserved it' (the definition of misandry). And when you look at the writers, producers and directors, they're almost always feminists, except for maybe The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, where the author was a feminist appeasing male (Stieg Larsson). Undoubtedly there would be universal uproar if the sexes were reversed, but unfortunately such hatred of men has become so prevalent it's essentially hidden in plain sight. But let's not forget how impressionable girls/young women take their social cues from such violence inciting agitprop, masquerading as an empowerment chick flick. Such films will ensure division between the sexes increases (the intent), and women's domestic violence against men continues to soar! Even low-budget Spaghetti Westerns from the mid-1960s onwards usually had a rape depicted, but my point would be that these rapists were almost always brutally 'dispatched' by a laconic hero. 'Justice' was seen to be done. It never left the viewer believing rape was OK and there wasn't accountability for such a crime. So where is the equivalent avengers seeking justice for the innocent men murdered in the aforementioned misandric genre? There are none, because as I said previously, the mentality portrayed is that 'the bastard probably deserved it.' Sympathy is nonexistent! The female viewer leaves the cinema believing it's acceptable, empowering, justified, even a right. Therein lies the difference.

Reviewed by ironfist699 9 / 10 / 10

very good!a lot of fun!

The horror movie category isn't for everyone, so be ready for some guts and gore in this film -- this movie is definitely not for the faint of heart. Although the violence is over the top, there is a subtlety to the plot, particularly the ending (no spoilers here, but the twist leaves the audience thinking about everything they have just watched in a whole new light).Anyhoo, the cinematography was excellent for a low budget such as this and I looked up IMDb to find out it was Kathryn Westergaard who seems to be plodding away doing documentaries and shorts but on seeing this I hope she gets noticed. You know, when you take this movies budget into consideration then you kinda get the idea just how good this flick is but with some of these reviews it's never going to get watched. A damn shame.

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