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Xavior M (gb) wrote: The best part of the movie is Bren Foster. It wld have been a better script if Bren went on a revenge against Seagal for betraying him. I hope Foster stops doing Seagal movies otherwise it may spell the end of his promising career.
Melanie B (de) wrote: it was funny and couldn't stop thinking but it.
Shameek J (au) wrote: It's like the black version of Meet the Flockers but not as funny. Overall the movie is oaky. Glad I waited to see it on Netflix instead of going to the movies to see it. Above all when I watched the movie the only thing I kept thinking is Kerry Washington as Olivia pope because the characters were similar.
Nic J (br) wrote: Although this has received some bad reviews, I'm inclined to say it was an enjoyable movie. The plot was slightly weak in parts but I don't believe it took much away from the story. There were bits I laughed at and also bits that brought a tear to my eye. All signs of a good movie. Worth a watch
Tyler S (ag) wrote: Sorry. Couldn't get in to it. And no matter how hard I tried, it still looked like Michael Douglas and Matt Damon in ridiculous wigs.
Chris R (ca) wrote: There's something strangely compelling about this little Shane Meadows film even though, in actual fact, not much really happens.Meadows certainly has a talent for these kinds of films, and at just over an hour, it's an easy watch.
Gandhi N (nl) wrote: Excellent play..and making film..
Brad R (au) wrote: SPOILERS! Loved looking at Mila Kunis. Otherwise, this was one of the stupidest movies I've ever seen. Why did he have to pay for his own truck? What else was in the crate? We knew they'd fall in love, but how did it happen? What was wrong with his father? What was the pig about? Stupid. Just stupid. Even low budget movies can make sense.
Muffin M (ag) wrote: Two men get laid off and have to become stay-at-home dads when they can't find jobs. This inspires them to open their own day-care center. stars Eddie Murphy, Jeff Garlin, Steve Zahn, Regina King, Kevin Nealon, Jonathan Katz, Siobhan Fallon-Hogan, Elle Fanning and Lisa Edelstein.directed by Steve Carr.
Marcus W (kr) wrote: Quality film from Spike Lee about life in "the projects".
Jennifer B (ru) wrote: This movie made me laugh my ass off, especially for the nagging wife! So bad its amazing.
Rachel M (nl) wrote: i've learned money is not the most important thing in my life.
Walter M (br) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]"Le Plaisir" is based on three short stories by Guy de Maupassant, narrated by Jean Servais, who puts in an appearance in the third segment.[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]1) An old man, Ambrose(Jean Galland), seeks to reclaim his lost youth by attending dances disguised as a young man.[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]2) The closure of a popular brothel in Normandy on a Saturday night causes widespread unrest. Well, I guess the guys had to get the testosterone out of their system, somehow...[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]3) The tempestuous relationship between an artist, Jean(Daniel Gelin), and a model, Josephine(Simone Simon).[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]Aided by virtuoso camerawork, Max Ophuls takes a charming look at what drives us. Is it the passion for what we once had, can only briefly have or something that we hold on to, too dearly? Along with the more material meanings, the religious definition of passion is also brought up.[/font]
Caleb S (gb) wrote: I love that ending. It makes it even more powerful when you learn what happened to Laird Cregar in real life. Nuts flick!
Nathan T (es) wrote: Can we say.. Predictable? although it was "cool" with al pacino, the action was dull, the plot was predictable, and never once did it seem extremely suspenseful.
Yuri B (de) wrote: Brilliant... & that's all that needs to be said.
Alexander C (jp) wrote: Would like to get round to watching.