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Rent The Pool (2001)

2.2 of 5 from 53 ratings
1h 32min
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Schools out, exams are over and its time for the real life to begin. But before 13 friends from the International High School in Prague disappear to the four corners of the earth, they intend to throw the best party of their lives. The idea to stage the party in Prague's biggest swimming pool is illegal hot cool. And when Gregor, the laid back leader of the group thinks an idea is good then no one else from the group objects. Hot what begins as the night of all nights quickly turns into a life and death struggle, as the friends come to realise that death itself is on the guest list. A mysterious masked killer starts a hunt throughout the building.
As the kids panic it begins to dawn on them that the killer must be one of their own...
, , Paul Grasshoff, , , , , , , , , Maximilian Grill, , , Daniel Wurm, , , Josef Pejchal
Boris von Sychowski
Benjamin Herrmann, Werner Possardt
Ryan Carrassi, Lorenz Stassen
Swimming Pool - Der Tod feiert mit
Mosaic Entertainment
Release Date:
Run Time:
92 minutes
English Dolby Digital 2.0
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Full Screen 1.33:1 / 4:3

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Water a bad film! - The Pool review by CP Customer

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This film was promising to start with, but soon became boring and generic. The characters were dull and not believable and there was an underlying sense of student film about it. I did not care for any of the characters, so when they were all picked off one by one, it was the hightlight of the film!

The main 'plot' of the film is about college students leaving uni after exams and blowing off steam. They decide to have an after party and break into a house with a pool. Cue drunken antics, sex, secrets and a stalker wearing a skull mask.

Without spoiling the ending of the film, the stalker turns out to have a very lame motive for the killings and is laughable.

The film seems too pleased with itself, but in reality, it reduces itself to horror by numbers. A big disappoiontment.

Do not watch, as it is not even so

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