Run time: 90 min
Director: Michael Phillip Edwards, Sheldon Robins
Writers: Sheldon Robins
Stars: Tom Sizemore, Dante Basco, Sheldon Robins
A female law student learns there is more to a Criminology class that is provided in the syllabus.
|Plot Keywords: law student, law, class, party, law school|
Release Date: 10 June 2014 (USA)
Budget: $1,500,000 (estimated)
Finally a thought provoking, knee jerking film with a sense of humor. These filmmakers know how to entertain. I watched every minute of this film as every detail was import to the plot. This movie had me second guessing who was behind the killings the entire time. Leopold and Loeb, Hollywood's secret template for all killing thriller's. These filmmakers took the time to research with the idea to deceive their audience. If you don't appreciate an independent film like this that gives you a 90 minute thrill then you are not an avid movie fan. A definite second watch to answer questions I had while viewing. Sizemore's character was creepy. Overall I rate this film a B+ some of the acting could have been better however there are great performances from up and coming actors. "Who's to say Murder is a crime?" #loveIt
13 months ago I was unlucky. Unlucky that I had to sit through what I thought at the time to be the worst movie ever put on film. That film was, "A Common Man", and my review indicated it would be nearly impossible to create a worse piece of entertainment.
I was wrong………..so so sooooo wrong……
MURDER 101 now owns the dubious honor of #1 in the "Gawd-Awful Movies of All Time" Listing……….AKA, the G-AMAT Ratings.
Overtaking "A Common Man" was certainly no easy accomplishment and the Cast and Crew of "Murder 101" should be lauded for their never-before- witnessed level of ineptness in every facet of the "Art" itself….such a black-eye for anyone who aspires to entertain through film.
As for this thing I witnessed this evening. Dare you ask? In a nutshell, imagine witnessing your child's first-ever elementary school play. Now, imagine everybody on stage is an adult (with the same level of understanding how to "act")…….and then imagine YOU CAN'T LEAVE and there's no place to hide. On top of it all…….somebody actually wrote that dialogue and, even worse, somebody found actors and actresses who could deliver a performance worthy of a script so horrible.
The worst-of-the-worst recognition goes to Tom Sizemore. I simply could not figure out his character because he spent most of the movie "speaking" to his other personality…….and most of that dialogue was a series of grunts and giggles he delivered through painful facial contortions…….why? I have no clue whatsoever.