Lord of the Flies (2001) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
With ‘sharply expressive performances (Peter Travers, Rolling Stone) by its young cast, this stunning adventure explores the deep dark corners of the human soul, as a group of adolescent castaways are thrust into an intense world where law and accountability are governed by the rules of survival. After a harrowing plane crash into the sea, a group of American military cadets finds itselfmarooned on a deserted island. Realizing the minimal chances of being rescued, the boys band together out of fear and desperation. But as the island paradise becomes their own, competition and power struggles split them into two packs. Ralph (Bathazar Getty) leads one group and preaches civilized ingenuity and togetherness, but Jack (Chris Furrh) wants nothing of it and builds a faction of barbaric hunters who ultimately go to war with Ralph. This powerful shift in conscience transforms ordinary kids into primal killers, setting off a devastating battle of good versus evil and presenting a haunting metaphor for the savage in us all.
Synopsis:Doggett and Reyes are unsure whether a boy intentionally or unintentionally can control the habits of flies; during the investigation Scully acquires a new 'partner'. |
About Lord of the Flies (2001)
Starring: Gillian Anderson, Robert Patrick, Erick Avari, Aaron Paul, Hank Harris, Michael Wiseman, Annabeth Gish, Jane Lynch, Aeryk Egan, Samaire Armstrong, Branden Williams
Runtime: 60 minutes
Director: Kim Manners