Ellie has been taking care of her younger brother Jimmy since their parents death. One night after picking him up from a party they are involved in a car accident on Mullholland Drive. While trying to rescue a woman from the other car a creature attacks and kills her, also injuring both Ellie and Jimmy. After some research Jimmy realizes the creature could only have been a werewolf.Written by
The original plot line had three strangers brought together by a car accident in the Hollywood Hills and the subsequent attack of a werewolf. The three characters were named Ellie Hudson (Christina Ricci), Vince Winston (Skeet Ulrich) and Jimmy Myers (Jesse Eisenberg). When the script was re-written, the plot changed and focused on two estranged siblings who had to fight a curse after a werewolf attack. Skeet Ulrich's character was totally re-written and renamed Jake. Since Ellie and Jimmy became brother and sister, Ellie's surname was deleted and became Myers. See more »
(at around 24 mins) When Joanie is heading toward Ellie at the office, she supposedly says something into the cell phone, but the audio doesn't match her words. See more »
I drink, you drive, ready to go?
Kyle, can you cover for me at the opening?
What? And miss Jake's big opening?
I can't make it.
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Throughout Canada, the US R-rated version of Cursed was shown in theaters. In British Columbia, after an unsuccessful appeal to lower the 18A rating to a 14A, the US PG-13 version was instead submitted and shown in theaters. See more »
Stadium Parking Lot
Written by Trevor Gray, Howard Gray, Ian Hoxley, Noko and Paul Colbourne
Performed by Apollo 440
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Predictable Collection of Clichés
After five years without directing a film, I bought this DVD expecting a good return of Wes Craven to the genre horror teen movie. I like his last works in this genre ("Scream 1, 2 & 3") and also the drama "Music of the Heart", and Christina Ricci is very cool. Unfortunately, "Cursed" is a forgettable and predictable collection of clichés. It is amazing how the viewer can predict the next scene! Further, it is amazing how easy is to replace a fancy car in Hollywood: Ellie wrecks her car in the middle of the night, and on the next day she has a brandy new car. Jake breaks the window of the driver of the new car, and on the next sequence we see Ellie driving in a rainy night in high speed without disheveling her hair. Ellie's brother Jimmy unsuccessfully tries to be funny. If you want to see a great werewolf movie, there are many excellent options, but you can forget "Cursed", which is only recommended for killing time. My vote is five.
Title (Brazil): "Amaldiçoado" ("Cursed")
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