Bad Grandpa .5
Bad Grandpa .5 gives you a whole new perspective on the world of Irving Zisman with bonus scenes and pranks also featuring Spike Jonze as "Gloria" and Catherine Keener as Irving's wife "Ellie", plus a look at the evolution of Johnny Knoxville's naughty alter-ego, the makeup effects, and a behind-the-scenes peek at the idiocy it takes to make a hidden camera movie in public.
Bad Grandpa .5 gives you a whole new perspective on the world of Irving Zisman with bonus scenes and pranks also featuring Spike Jonze as "Gloria" and Catherine Keener as Irving's wife "Ellie", plus a look at the evolution of Johnny Knoxville's naughty alter-ego, the makeup effects, and a behind-the-scenes peek at the idiocy it takes to make a hidden camera movie in public. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bad Grandpa .5 torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: The 9th Life of Louis Drax kind of caught me off guard on what the film was about or what kind of direction and tone it was trying to aim for. Understanding it is based on a book about Louis Drax (Aiden Longworth) on his 9th birthday at a family picnic. He accidently falls off a cliff, hitting the shore in a near death experience that puts him in a coma. Dr. Allan (Jamie Dornan) tries to care for his patient, only trying to understand the accident about the boy's mother Natalie (Sarah Gadon) and her husband Peter (Aaron Paul) who went missing after the accident. The plot is best not knowing and not giving out any details or spoilers. I liked the idea that it was following on a boy's perspective. Yet, not every pieces of detail is revealed. But slowly pieced together, especially Louis is one estranged kid, who is prone to accidents every year of his life and survived them. Is it all a coincidence that Louis accidents were connected? But the disappointing thing about the direction on the plot, even once the twists are revealed. It was not once satisfying, once the plots mystery pieces are put together in the final act. Talking about the tone of the film, which was quite all over the place. The film starts out like a fantasy film about a boy's journey through his life and how he was prone to accidents even from the stupid choices of sticking a fork in an electrical outlet. But after Louis falls and goes into a coma, the tone switches to a crime drama with the investigation if it was domestic abuse on his parents struggle with their marriage. Then, a bit of a supernatural thriller with Louis in a coma following some mysterious figure that has been speaking to him about his experiences. Director Alexandre Aja was all over the place with his direction, which makes it look like he wanted to do a fantasy tone in a dark crime drama that turns out to be uneven. The beginning of the movie seeing Louis in all his accidents looked kind of cheesy. The cast all felt a little flat with their characters. Jamie Dornan, Sarah Gadon, Aaron Paul, and Aiden Longworth all gave dull performances. Now, slightly being disappointed for Alexandre Aja's direction, which his films have been going downhill. From making an intense horror film The Hill Have Eyes remake to a fun campy Piranha movie. His weaknesses seem to be the supernatural films like his last two and this. The film could have used a better balance on tone and direction. Instead, it was delivering mixed signals that it was trying to be a self-discovery fantasy film. The music score also stuck out in a mystery story that did not work. The 9th Life of Louis Drax seems like a more straight to tv supernatural drama film that's best caught on there, than paying for a rental. Otherwise, it was a boring film that had trouble with its mixed tone, dull acting, and poor direction.
(ca) wrote: Very impressive. Really enjoyed the bond inside each of the families. Highly recommend.
(gb) wrote: Cedric Kaplish mantiene un impecable ritmo en esta trama sobre una obrera que se queda sin trabajo y que se ve en la necesidad de laborar como domestica de un importante ejecutivo, sin saber que fue el causante del quiebre de la empresa donde laboraba. Con dosis de tension muy bien aplicada equilibrada con momentos de empatia entre los personajes principales, "Mi Parte del Pastel" subsana ciertas lagunas argumentales con buenas actuaciones y un excelente cierre. Vale mucho la pena. Parte del 15 Tour de Cine Frances en Mexico. (texto intencionalmente sin acentos).
(au) wrote: As a dark comedy it's too conventional, and worse, Reece Daniel Thompson's character Bobby Funke doesn't convince...nonetheless, it's a watchable high school conspiracy.
(de) wrote: Typical but funny. If you aren't gay and shallow then this movie is def not for you. Otherwise sit back and enjoy the hot men and multiple cock shots!
(de) wrote: Did I really watch a movie in which Ron Jeremy plays a demon butcher? Christ I have problems.
(au) wrote: Only in America, where they are so poor as not to be able, as a country to look after the health of their people would a story as stupid as this make any sense. The rest of us just laugh at there ignorance and pathetic stupidity. So this film fails on so many levels before it even starts. Teaching children that sexual lure and theft make for a great American hero, go figure. Kids will love it. Nibbles: Fish Crackers.
(ag) wrote: Cherry Falls was a real scream. The negative nay sayers must not have too much experience in watching horror/slasher flicks. Jay Mohr is a comedian delux in this truly entertaining film
(gb) wrote: Unbearable to watch. I understand this movie is a parody and meant to be bad. But it's not so bad it's good. It's so bad that it's just bad. And just stupid, not where it's funny, it's just stupid.
(gb) wrote: It was never going to be scary, so they should have spend some more time on the gore/humour. Unfortunately, the comedy moments are fleeting and the gore is non-existent. Stick to Child's play, the first two anyway!
(de) wrote: Horribly dated... and just horrible
(fr) wrote: there are lies here.propaganda
(kr) wrote: Another of those Ealing Studios comedies - this time without Alec Guinness - that takes an absurd premise to the nth degree. In this case, Stanley Holloway falls in the hole created by a newly exploded bomb (leftover from the war) and finds some buried treasure. Said treasure includes a royal decree providing land to the Duke of Burgundy for his own separate country - and thus the fine folks on a few streets in central London suddenly find themselves foreigners. As the Home Office (led by those two comic Brits from Hitch's The Lady Vanishes) struggles to figure out what to do, Burgundy becomes lawless. Then begins a series of battles with Britain over customs, immigration, and the like. As I said, the film crosses merrily into absurd territory and makes some points about British society and the recent period of austerity at the same time. Amusing, if not hilarious.
(de) wrote: Absolutely the best musical film.