A gay man approaching a mid-life crisis is tired of being different because he is gay. He wants to be normal. Suddenly he is yanked back in time to when he was in high school. But this time, the world is gay and to be straight is considered deviant behavior. Then something else happens. He meets a girl. And suddenly normal becomes ...well almost normal.
- Stars:J. Andrew Keitch, Joan Lauckner, Tim Hammer, Nils Haaland, Kehry Anson Lane, Joel Egger, Virginia Smith, Brad Buffum, Mary Douglass, Steve Balsarini, John Brennan, Adam J. Jefferis, Katherine Nora Le Roy, Stan Brown, Eric Smith,
- Director:Marc Moody,
- Writer:Marc Moody
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Almost Normal torrent reviews
(de) wrote: All over the map. Confusing, violent, & filled with identical cardboard cutouts for main characters. Wasn't unwatchable, but could've been better.
(nl) wrote: ParaNorman is a fantastic film from the studio of Laika, with beautiful animation and a morbid, yet at the same time heartfelt, story to go along with it. The third act is a well-crafted spectacle with a mixture of stunning special effects and a heartwarming resolution.
(ru) wrote: This movie could have been great if they stuck to the tire storyline. Instead they are self indulgent and instead of letting the message (or lack thereof) stand for itself, they underestimate the viewer. The "viewers" in the movie were an unnecessary addition from filmmakers that were afraid to let their pretty decent idea stand on its own. I would have raved about this movie if all it entailed was Robert's storyline and the pretty impressive filming, but instead they cheated us by using crutches. The trailer shows every single interesting scene in its entirety.
(fr) wrote: ac no hay sangre, ni gore, ni grandes sobresaltos, pero en base a un relato ms que dinmico y terror a lo Lovecraft, cumple su cometido de tensionar al espectador.Los ltimos 20 minutos dejan a uno con ganas de ms, y ni que hablar viendo el adelanto que hay en los crditos de lo que ser la prxima parte.Ah, y fu el ltimo estreno en cine con la actuacin del gran Paul Naschy
(fr) wrote: tiesam verts noskatities un vismaz censties saprast, ka dazhi treideri vienkarsi apchakareja visu Ameriku
(mx) wrote: I don't expect a comic book movie to be anything less than weird. The aesthetics of this flick are nice but that's about all I was interested (not counting Scarlett Jo who usually goes without saying). The other thing I liked was the 40s inspired hair and clothing. In my opinion the movie ran longer than it should have an I was mostly bored. Not recommended.
(ag) wrote: horrible! But the bad acting and unrealistic death scenes made it an okay comedy! DON'T SEE IT!
(au) wrote: Loved it xD... Reminded me of the movie "waiting"... Had very funny moments. And British accent ^^
(ca) wrote: A very unfunny and failed attempt to make a good comedy film and instead they ended up making a boring good looking movie that is not worth your time.
(br) wrote: GRATE MOVIE!!!!loved seeing the jamming in the train...what a trip, too bad the greedy Canadian hippies screwed over everybody
(ca) wrote: One of the worst movies I've ever seen
(es) wrote: I have a girl crush on Jennifer Westfeldt (which seems appropriate for this movie about a buttoned-up Jewess trying on lesbianism to find her  true love[s]). Too bad she's all in a committed long-term relationship with hunk-o-man Jon Hamm.Westfeldt as Jessica is so adorably neurotic and girl-next-door-pretty. My perennial favorite, Scott Cohen, is mean and tough but also sweetly anguished. Jessica and Helen's romance blossoms awkwardly and hilariously at first, but the moment Jessica comes over to take care of Helen when she's sick is a nice turning point. The movie debates homosexual politics a bit, but it doesn't end with a clear message about whether one should be with her own sex or the other. It also doesn't cheapen Jessica's lesbian relationship as a dalliance.I also love how the script sneaks in bunches of word-nerd humor and suffering artist philosophy. Judy's monologue about how Jessica quitting the school play because she thought her costar wasn't good enough - and only really hurting herself - is a metaphor for her dating life is eloquent and insightful. Josh's realization at his happiness for Jessica's painting and his own novel writing is a necessary reminder for all creative artists. Blech.
(au) wrote: Quite easily the best (if not the most gripping) movie (documentary) ive ever watched. I watched this on Aussie TV, and what impact it made. I feel guilty for taking so many many many thing for granted. I hope this children are happier now. Nuff said.
(fr) wrote: totell copy of of jurassic parks
(br) wrote: Yet another comedy that would have gotten a perfect score from me... If I'd seen it for the first time. Unfortunately, 'Tommy Boy' falls into the 'I've seen it too many times' pile and the jokes no longer hold up. That being said, If you see this film for the first time and you are looking for pure goofiness and slapstick, Tommy Boy is a great choice. Chris Farley has so much energy and is so likeable as the adorable idiot. It's the perfect movie to watch when you have a little bit of booze in your system.
(de) wrote: 5/5 Paris, Texas is a two hour and twenty-five minute emotional gut punch brought to life by a haunting score, a marvellous performance by Harry Dean Stanton and some of the most stunning cinematography I've ever seen in a film.
(us) wrote: this movie is a bit like wildcats lite