Class Reunion (1982) 1080p

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Genres:
Comedy | Horror
Resolution:
1920*1040
Size:
1.42G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
84 min
IMDB Rating:
4.7 / 10 
MPR:
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Downloaded:
675
Seeds:
14
Peers:
3
Directors: Michael Miller [Director] ,


Movie Description:
June 1972. Bob Spinnaker, and his entire class, pull a prank on their classmate, Walter Baylor, sending him to a mental institution. Ten long years later, the class of Lizzie Borden High--including Gary Nash, Hubert Downs, and Meredith Modess--is going through the motions at their class reunion, where Chuck Berry is performing, unbeknownst to them that deranged Walter has escaped from the mental hospital, bent on crashing the party. Now, as unsuspecting guests start disappearing, the boys and girls of Lizzie Borden High must spring into action, and expose the madman. But, can they do it in time, and save the class reunion? —Nick Riganas

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Reviews

Way ahead of it's time.

One of the first parody slasher movies and probably the best.A film I grew up with and holds a lot of fond memories.Extremely quotable and worthy of a remake.

Check it out.

A hidden gem

This is my partners favourite movie. And after 13 years I have seen it many many times. I like it more and more every time I see it, but to see how much joy it brings him is the reason I give this film 10 out of 10 rating x

"What a great bunch of kids".

A mostly unfunny, one-joke spoof on the high school / slasher sub-genre that got to me not because of the lack of laughs, but to just how tediously uninteresting the story felt. I found the two stoner buddies (Barry Diamond and Art Evans) amusing enough and so of Gerry Graham's mannered performance along with Anne Ramsey's grouchy cafeteria worker. However for most part I found it a hard task to sit through, trying not to fast-forward (yep I was watching it on a VHS tape). Deliberately goofball in tone --- it keeps its quips quite crude, where the running gags only get repetitively stale and even embarrassing. The material was penned by John Hughes, where he sets up the situation quite well enough but then does nothing then rely on its random, if witlessly lacklustre occurrences and disappointingly screwed-up conclusion. The silly plot sees the class of 72 returns to their old rundown high school Lizzie Borden High for a reunion, but they are soon terrorised by a former student that recently escaped the loony bin seeking revenge for the prank that put him there. Michael Miller's direction is gimmicky, but the low-scale execution holds up better than it should and there's a high-energy soundtrack to boot. The cast is made-up of colourful, over-the-top characters; Michael Lerner, Misty Rowe, Miriam Flynn, Stephen Furst and Mews Small.
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