A story about a boy, his robot and the consequences of his anger at the disintegration of his parents marriage. Alex is looking for the normal loving family life that he hasn't got... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A young boy living in the near future looks for an escape from a home with arguing parents. As a way to cope with the recent arguments from his parents he receives a robot companion that he ends up abusing.
- Stars:Norma Bengell, Maria Zilda Bethlem, César Camargo Mariano, Pedro Cardoso, Miguel Falabella, Betty Faria, Jorge Fernando, Aderbal Freire Filho, Gilberto Gil, Ron Lewis, Max Records, Jenni Fontana, James Nardini, Joe Childs, Ruairi Robinson, Caroline Rich, Corbin Timbrook, Benny Shelton, Melissa Lee, Skoti Collins, Antal Kalik,
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Lloyd R (kr) wrote: starts out slow but picks up...memorable funny moments and a sweet ending.
Kathryn N (gb) wrote: Story seems to having something missing, though it was quite a touching story at the same time. I suppose it was the subject matter that makes you think, even if the story itself is somewhat flat.
Liam C (es) wrote: After seeing this I still believe that the first one was a product of its time that everybody loves because of nostalgia because this movie is actually pretty accurately made to fit in with the first one. Even though it's clear what the general consensus is with this movie, it doesn't feel like a quick cash grab to just cash in on the popularity of the original and actually has a few throwbacks to the original, some more obvious than others. And this movie actually has the added bonus of providing a scene that I laughed harder at than anything in the first movie.Now, saying that doesn't mean I like the movie and it's a blessing and a curse at the same time. While the tone and humor is similar to that of the first to fit in with the timeline and characters, it also means that I didn't really laugh a lot either. I noticed I had a few more chuckles sprinkled throughout this time but that's because of the references to the first and the little jabs here and there at certain things, the joke about doing nothing and fitting in, in America made me smile. The scene that I laughed at though I thought would raise the score up a little but nothing else like that happened again and the joke happened a little too early in the movie. The reaction one character has to something that happens in their bathroom had me laughing a lot, his reaction was what made it funny, it's a gag joke a little different from the rest. Even the dream sequence was better in this movie, it was more creative and just as soon as I thought it was going on too long, it finished! Which is unlike the other movie. The movie also has the problem that was in the first with someone saying a joke and cutting away seconds after they say it, it didn't happen that often but it was still there. Also, the opening credits were funny again, woo, and it even has 'Joon 13' on the cover.I think the actors that played Harry and Lloyd were well chosen, they looked the part and acted like a young Harry and Lloyd would, they were written the same way and acted the same way, it's believable and well done. The plot was also like the one from the first movie, things just keep going wrong for our characters who are always in the wrong place at the wrong time and totally oblivious to what's going on. The side characters were good, especially the ones in the 'special class' even if they weren't used as much as I would have liked and Eugene Levy is always there for a good laugh, even if he wasn't as funny like he usually is but it was probably the script, you can only do so much. And some of the acting isn't the best either. It also does have some very odd cameos.While I've said it fits in with the previous movie, it did feel quite cheap which is probably where some of the criticism comes from but hey, at least it's short. Dumb & Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd might not be that great, it is much like the first movie and it's harmless and you even find out how Lloyd chipped his tooth. It's innocent enough and once again has likeable characters in the lead but it's clear what everyone else thinks. Some call it pointless and even though I thought that a few times, when you get right down to it, every movie is pointless. I personally don't think it's the monstrosity that the majority seem to think it is but that's just the beauty of an opinion, it's not a masterpiece but neither was the original and hey for what it's worth, this one actually made me laugh.
Lindsay K (nl) wrote: As a film lover...this movie humbles me greatly. This movie made me realize I am not even close to be a true movie fan. I can watch this documentary over and over. These characters couldn't be written if you TRIED. I just love their honesty and how they weren't afraid that they would be made into "weirdos" for being so passionate about movies. It's probally the only documentary I would ever hope there was a sequal to. I think everyone should watch it, even if they don't give a crap about film.
Lee H (mx) wrote: Great for kids, not so great for adults. The acting was poor and no depth to the storyline. I felt like switching it off half way through.
Andy C (mx) wrote: Saw this movie given away free with cheap DVD players me and a friend renamed it "Filthy Dinosaur" having seen only the front cover and had no choice but to obsess over it until I managed to find a copy and we could watch to see just how disgustingly bad it was...very
Sean G (ag) wrote: haha, what an awesome title. now i have to see it.
Krista B (jp) wrote: Memorial Valley Massacre is one of those loony late-'80s slashers that, so concerned with avoiding genre cliches, spirals into absurdity (and hilarity). Equipped with a feral-boy killer who rescues bunnies in his spare time and a group of completely moronic victims, it's fun, silly, cheesy, and all-around entertaining.
Sanford R (ru) wrote: Not into these movies
Paul D (au) wrote: The almost relentless soundtracks certainly makes an impression in this film, it's very modern for the time, almost John Carpenter in style, and does work even though the setting is not contemporary. There's a lot more gore than usual for this genre but again it works well enough as it's pacy and never tries to be too serious.
Douglas L (ag) wrote: Very unique and amusing. So many great moments in this film.
Laila K (de) wrote: sequel?! say whaaat??!
Paul N (us) wrote: Does exactly what it says on the tin. Not very horrific, a few laughs and lots of familiar faces made this a pleasant 85 minutes that I will forget in a fortnight.
Gimly M (au) wrote: Balls to the wall frenetic action and carrot-laced black comedy mix in this silly, cathartic and entertaining ride. I haven't seen anything quite like it since the Jason Statham vehicle, Crank.