When a bumbling New Yorker is dumped by his activist girlfriend, he travels to a tiny Latin American nation and becomes involved in its latest rebellion.
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Justin C (jp) wrote: It was like a wrestling version of Chain Saw Massacre. What a rip off.
Sofia F (ca) wrote: WORST.MOVIE.EVER.It was bad, bad, bad, bad. Horrendous.
David B (ag) wrote: Disney has sunk further down the pit of garbage in the recent years, but this is only half bad or half okay. It is definitely geared toward preteen girls that think they are all princesses.
Kevin D (br) wrote: I went into this movie expecting an evening full of stuffed suits talking to the camera. But "Iraq in Fragments" doesn't take the usual condescending documentary route, and puts forth a genuine concern for the future of Iraq, one not filtered through the US foreign policy interests.
James O (it) wrote: Decent bit of storytelling. Joaquin and Reece have some good chemistry. Not sure I gave much of a dam about Johnny Cash by the end but I liked the music so it was easy enough to watch.
Christiane G (us) wrote: It was nice to see tommy lee jones do a different kind of role.
Justin A (ag) wrote: Well, I watched this kind of with nostalgia goggles. This was a movie I liked a lot as a kid and was one of the earlier introductions to horror movies for me (1992/93 was a big time for me to learn about all horror movies). So this movie kind of has a special place in my heart, even if it's pretty bad and part of a series that probably never produced a single good movie.Though it's not THAT bad. This was typical 90s direct-to-video horror (wait... this wasn't direct-to-video?). There were a lot of bad horror movies that came out during this time period and this was not the worst one. It's very silly and has some corny deaths, but there is some entertainment to be had from the melodrama, terrible CGI, bad acting, and original death scenes. Death by nosebleed? Houses falling on old ladies? An old woman being hit by a truck and sent flying through a window? Good stuff!It's almost (ALMOST) close to be a so-bad-it's-good movie. There was just that little something extra that was missing from this movie to make it worthwhile. As it stands, it's kind of a skippable, pointless sequel. There's just no audience to recommend it to (maybe fans of early 90s horror? [if those exist]).
Richard M (br) wrote: Could definitely have benefitted from editing - the 5hr cut is a bit on the long side...
Sherry F (es) wrote: This one truly creeped me out when it was shown in my high school Lit class.
Peter H (de) wrote: Engaging and emotional Indian melodrama with insightful social commentary on modernity and its effects on society and tradition.
Gordon C (jp) wrote: Meh. I could not figure out why Jessup kept going back to Diane, if a) she wasn't that alluring & sexy, and b) he seemed too normal to have a death wish. Nice car crashes for any era, though.
Anthony S (mx) wrote: This early Ford film is alright. It doesn't really show his skill that he would show later on.
James M (es) wrote: A good testament to Lloyd's comedic talent.
Jordan K (nl) wrote: Along Came Polly is a cult classic, I presume, but isn't well recieved by critics - I myself disagree, it's mediocre at best and feels extremely rushed and over the line cliched, but it's fun and is still a good ride, even if it's a bit dull and stupid at points.Ben Stiller playing the same character he always seems to in every movie once again is a bland workaholic who explores new territory in life when dating old middle school classmate Polly Prince. Ben attempts to balance his ex-wife, Polly, and his career along the lines of common risk.Along Came Polly is just meh. It's really just simple fun, nothing harmless to it except the story seems waaaay too quick and the characters are a bit bland. Stiller and Aniston don't seem to have much chemistry and neither do Stiller and Hoffman - who I honestly saw Jack Black fitting the line more for Hoffman's goofy former actor buddy role - but it's still fun. Some parts are a bit dumb, such as the blind ferret Polly owns, and it's a cliche date movie at its finest, but nothing beats fun unless it's over the top, in this case, it's just flawed.
Joseph T (nl) wrote: So good if you can't like citizen Kane your not watching movies right
Nate R (ca) wrote: It wasn't available for ages, and I waiting in anticipation for it's return to buy. The latest dvd cover is deceiving. Actually, Graham Chapman is the main character, Yellowbeard, though Cheech and Chong are shown grossly out of proportion, due to their popularity in American, I suppose. Sadly, this was the last movie that Marty Feldman was in. He died during the filming eating shellfish while between shooting. The first part is GREAT with some of the Monty Python crew. However, when Cheech and Chong enter it...it gets a little off track with their type of humor. Though, a cult classic.
Heather M (de) wrote: This is 2 hours of my life that I will never get back. I held at until the end with the belief that the ending would justify the existence of this movie, but I was horribly mistaken.