The Final Project There are some places the living should never go
The Final Project Synopsis:
For six college students, it’s the ultimate graduation project: A documentary about one of the most notorious haunted sites in the Southern United States. Lafitte Plantation is a Civil War landmark with a dark past steeped in American history. All over Vacherie, Louisiana, locals whisper about the legend of Lafitte, telling terrifying stories of dead soldiers, murdered families, and restless shadows roaming its abandoned corridors. No one has occupied Lafitte in years. No one will stay after dark. No one has dared to uncover its secrets… until now.
The Final Project Movie Trailer:
Anna Davenport – Teal Haddock Genevieve Ri’chard – Arin Jones Jonah Girard – Leonardo Santaiti Ky Brooks – Evan McLean Gavin Charles – Sergio Suave Misty Gilroy – Amber Erwin Professor McCarley – Robert McCarley
Anyone who reads my reviews, not i’m not the best writer or the fact I don’t add many details and everything is quick and to the point. With this movie I can’t even really give a quick review. This movie actually put me to sleep. I made it through about the first 15 minutes, and then slept for the rest of the movie besides about the last time minutes.
But from what I saw, it’s your typical haunted ghost movie. A bunch of teens, one of them gets possessed etc etc. So, unless you have nothing else better to do, I wouldn’t waste my time with this movie.
When 6 friends from Massachusetts finish up classes for the semester, they decide to take a road trip to the Jersey Shore. A birthday celebration at a shore house will be the highlight of their summer, or so they thought. When they get to the house, they realize it’s not the beach house they were expecting. It’s actually in the middle of the woods off a long spooky road, Clinton Road. Clinton Road has been haunted for over 50 years. Hauntings like KKK members practicing demonic worships. Images of horrifying creatures and wrapped up bodies cover the sides of the road. There’s even a ghost driving a car with flashing lights that will chase you when the sun goes down. The bridge by Dead Mans Curve where so many accidents have occurred like when a little boy, Jackson White was thrown off the bridge then drowned in the lake. He has haunted the lake ever since. These are all facts that Alex, Jillian, Mark, Stacy, Jaime, and Amber know nothing about but will soon find out.
The Lake on Clinton Road Movie Trailer:
Leah Jones Richard Ryker Anthony Grant Staphanie Marrone India Kiara Autry Matty Poslusny
This movie wasn’t to much on the original side of the story, and a little boring to be honest with. I am slightly familiar with Clinton Road, and there was a lot of things they could have went off of with the source material, but they didn’t come close.
Typical ghost story of a bunch of twenty-somethings going on a weekend trip off sex and booze. And one of them getting possessed, sounds like a dozen other movies I have saw in the past. It’s not the worst movie I ever saw, but it also is not one of the best. If you have absolutely nothing else to watch, it’s worth the time I guess.
The thing that I think annoyed me the most with this movie, is the character that kept referring to himself as the fat guy or the chubby. To be honest I do not even remember the name of the character, or any of them as a matter of fact and I watched the movie two nights ago.
“Who is Mr. Jones?” To some, he is an enigmatic artist, with a unique vision of humanity and our place in the spiritual universe. To others, his very name conjures unimaginable primal fears. But for two young people, he will become their worst nightmare…
Mr. Jones Movie Trailer:
Jon Foster as Scott Sarah Jones as Penny Mark Steger as Mr. Jones Faran Tahir as The Anthropologist Stanley B. Herman as The Old Journalist Ethan Sawyer as Alleged Scarecrow Recipient Jordan Byrne as Peter Cavagnaro David Clennon as The Curator Jessica Dowdeswell as Penny Diane Neal as The Scholar Rachel O’Meara as The Skeptic
This actually wasn’t to bad of a movie, it starts out with the two main characters moving from the city out to the woods for a year to work on their nature documentary. After a couple of weeks the couple start to realize their documentary isn’t going as good as they thought it would.
The film picks up when the main charcter Scott has his backpack stolen and him and Penny search for it in a remote cabin. That’s when they figure out the cabin belongs to the legendary folk artist Mr. Jones.
Scott heads back the to the city to film more for their documentary pertaining to Mr. Jones whole Penny stays behind to take more photograpgs and to see what else she can find.
While Scott is away, Penny find herself in the woods scared and she realizes Mr. Jones is trying to help. Scott returns and him and Penny decide to return to Mr. Jones house. Scott goes back in the cabin whole Penny stays out the outside to keep watch. While inside Scott finds a bunch of tunnels underneath the basement. Scott finds a strange room where he find a doll that he puts in his backpack.
Taking the doll seems to unleash an unslaught of bad things, and this is the point of the movie where the most things happen. I’m going to end my review here to not give away anything. This is also the point where the movie gets beyond confusing.