Atl opens with different challenges of four friends after high school. It brings us about turning points in each of their lives. The dramas unfold and resolve at their local rollerskating rink, Cascade. What await them ahead? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
As four friends prepare for life after high school, different challenges bring about turning points in each of their lives. The dramas unfold and resolve at their local rollerskating rink, Cascade.
- Stars:Greg Andrews, Monica Arnold, Brandon Bernard Benton, Adam Boyer, April Clark, Albert Daniels, Steven R. Ewing, Alvin Lee Fleming, Big Gipp, Bart Hansard, T.I., Khadijah, Malika, Bone Crusher, Monique Harris, T.I, Lauren London, Evan Ross, Lonette McKee, Antwan Andre Patton, Mykelti Williamson, Keith David,
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Jamie C (it) wrote: After just about everyone putting negative comments I was suprised about this film, The acting was good the story was ok, Not many scary bits and the ending could been done better but I enjoyed the short ride.
Louie H (us) wrote: This is the most inappropriate nickolodeon has made because it swears,talks about boobs,say the b word and s word,talks about a girls ass,zooms in on a girls ass,has a scene where a guy grabs a girls boobs,and giant robotic chicken humping a car I liked the movie but it was so inappropriate why was it aired and made on nickolodeon I've never seen a nickolodeon movie like this its very to believe that nickolodeon made this movie
Mike M (ru) wrote: Surfs a breezy, odd-couple vibe, pitting Fisher's self-effacing gentleness against Gillan's powerhouse comic performance - a nutcase turn to rival Paddy Considine in "A Room for Romeo Brass" or Peter Ferdinando in "Tony", yet somehow more sympathetic than either. There's a downside to all this scene-hogging: the film has as little time for its sole prominent female character (Riann Steele's moneygrabbing slattern Linda) as any American bromance, and indeed the whole never quite shakes off a slight, sketchy feel, being self-evidently the work of a director feeling their way back to full filmmaking strength after the disappointment of an illustrious failure. What Thraves has done here, in effect, is to retreat to the lo-fi means that made "The Low Down" the small charmer it was. The move liberates him to a certain degree, but the new film is notably less psychologically perceptive about its characters (Fisher gives him wounded heart, but Tom remains a cypher) and prone to the same jarring shifts in tone that sunk "The Cry of the Owl": there's at least one potential stepping-off point in a cacophonous kitchen scene that tries to cram into two square metres domestic abuse, the pulling of a knife, and the bewildering pathos of an errant asthma inhaler. For all that, its considerable virtues shine through: Gillen gives a performance big enough to sustain three or four of these features, Thraves makes something oddly touching of the drawing of a marker-pen knob-and-bollocks on a plastercast, and the pay-off is as sweet as you'd maybe expect from a movie named after a kitten. "Treacle Jr." is a rough diamond.
Derek E (ru) wrote: Not Seagals best but it was fun watching him kick ass at the age of 59. The real reason to watch the film is the action.
Susan P (nl) wrote: An entertaining, strange story of two not-so-great weddings colliding. It was on demand cable, and I enjoyed this Irish comedy. Not exactly Bridesmaids or anything, but worth a rental or a watch if you need a laugh, or a "wow, at least I'm not that screwed up" kind of movie.
Private U (au) wrote: very funny film , the mother in law was great and the gori was very funny , the dad over acted big time the ending was crap , but still worth watching just for the laughter. the film is very accurate shows indian family behavior very well i couldnt believe how acurate it was loved it . a def must see
Becky B (es) wrote: For some reason, I just don't like this film. I thought the story was silly and the singing is terrible in my opinion. I felt it was too cheesey the story as well. I only saw it once or twice and never saw it again. Last time I saw it was about 2005 and I'm not joking. The animation was nice though
Rafael L (us) wrote: Not as good as silence of the lambs but still compelling.
Thomas B (kr) wrote: ***The ending is VERY weird, and the whole movies a bit too odd for me, but that being said, I did enjoy Donnie Darko, thanks to a good story and a great performance from Jake Gyllenhaal.
Crissy B (us) wrote: i heard it was good but i never saw it.
EvaLena I (nl) wrote: I like this movie a lot. With Jamie Foxx. It was more a sweet movie then a funny one. :) But i like it anyway
Shirin C (ru) wrote: tinto brass, he's into ass
WS W (ru) wrote: This is the kind off feature that director despise/ unable to make (again) after getting famous, including Francois Ozon.
Alex A (au) wrote: Underrated drama about anti-semitism in a religious university, School Ties is a solid film. Brendon Fraser is great here as David Green and in my opinion it's his best performance ever. Matt Damon is also noteworthy with one of his earliest roles. It's not the greatest antisemitism film around, but it has a solid storyline alongside some good characters, a great cast and great performances. What School Ties mainly succeeds in though is vividly portraying the discrimination a Jewish person has to confront.
Lenard W (it) wrote: A really good psychological thriller about the son of a decorated officer who turns into a serial killer. As a former New York cop on his first case as a detective tracks him down using his investigatory skills, the Sunset Killer slowly disintegrates into a suicidal nutjob. Judd Nelson shows the dark aspects he would use to further his career after his teen stardom faded.
Michael O (it) wrote: Absolutely crazy movie that proves David Keith (not Keith David) is an amazing actor, you really don't know where it's going start to finish.
Russ B (nl) wrote: 12/29/2016: This movie is only for children as the characters and storyline are not that good. Not funny at all, but the animation was decent for a small studio.
Jack G (de) wrote: Don't believe in modern love...
Aaron C (ca) wrote: gritty tale of fraternal twins once estranged, now no longer strangers, thanks to a failed suicide attempt. a tale about honesty, acceptance, and looking out for each other, often in disruptive ways. The Starship Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now dance was the only comedic high in this otherwise heavy family drama.