Aunt Sally's Christmas Cookie Company is sold to a large conglomerate and executive Hannah must seal the deal and shut down the factory, which is the small town of Cookie Jar's lifeblood. What was supposed to be a simple assignment for Hannah becomes complicated when she meets Jake, the factory owner who's determined to keep the factory in town. Despite not being a fan of the holiday, the Christmas spirit in this small town is infectious and she gets swept up in the joy of the season while also falling in love with Jake.
Aunt Sally's Christmas Cookie Company is sold to a large conglomerate and executive Hannah (Wagner) must seal the deal and shut down the factory| which is the small
town of Cookie Jar's lifeblood. What was supposed to be a simple assignment for Hannah becomes complicated when she meets Jake (Brown)| the factory owner who's
determined to keep the factory in town. Despite not being a fan of the holiday| the Christmas spirit in this small town is infectious and she gets swept up in the
joy of the season while also falling in love. Starring Jill Wagner and Wes Brown. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(us) wrote: NOW! This is one of the funniest fucking movies ever made! Ruth Gordon as a senile old woman and George Segal as her long suffering son who hates her. This is far worth the time to go out of your way to see it. A funny black comedy with wacky tangents from Barnard Hughes, Paul Sorvino help add to the hilarity! This is really worth it..even though it's dated. Seeing Ron Leibman being mugged in Central Park is a gas. Get your asses out there and rent this one!
(de) wrote: A unique story, blend of creativity and great sense of humour, Pixar always delivers =) My favorite Pixar short *even the Wilhelm Scream makes me LOL"
(es) wrote: [FONT=Arial][SIZE=6][/SIZE][COLOR=Black] "Flight From Death" is a documentary that can provoke thought in any movie watcher. The topic is somethng we all can relate to, death. The film explores human behavier due to the knowledge that we're going to die. The movie will be considered the best documentary of 2005.
(kr) wrote: How this film got an 81% from critics baffles me. Yes, the fight scenes were stylish and well filmed, but the plot was ridiculous and the acting childish. When I compare this film with the other one I saw today, Finder's Fee, which had a first rate script and plot with a great cast who could and did really act, but only got a 60%, I just don't understand what criterion critics use to make their scoring. Since when do plot, script and acting rate so low in the movie business?
(ca) wrote: At first I did not know what to expect. Honestly I just remember seeing a trailer for it on some DVD or VHS and it sounded like it might be an interesting movie to watch because its about a 10 year old who goes on a roadtrip. The movie started out like a simple film where it shows the kid at home making something while you can hear the parents argue and say some horrible things. There were many many things in this movie that would be classified as weird and you might think this film was trying to be simple little kids movie at first glance but it is rated R and even the kid curses. While he is driving collecting cards so that he can spell the word motorama at different gas stations for paying 5 dollars he runs into some very weird characters and some even played by notable celebrities. Drew Barrymore literally has one scene when he is dreaming and she is on the front cover as if she is a main star. However the only real star at constant character is Jordan Christopher Michael. I would love to show it to some friends or something because I think they would just be as weirded out or might even like the film as me. Or I don't know the movie is so weird that i guess thats why I liked it and the random scenes include Flea helping the kid out for 1 dollar. The dollar however as well as the world he lives in do not exist. The adults are bizarre and include some guy who gets run over by a truck but survives. Two adults who capture the kid and slap him for stealing gas enough so he has to wear a patch. An old guy who after he has a brush with him the main character has gray hair with a beard. I mean it is something to watch to just see but for some reason or another not many people have heard of this and there was even a sequel which I will now get which surprisingly has a cameo by Kurt Russell and others. Overall, I feel that at the end of the picture I decided it was a sort of stream of consciousness type deal where many ideas were pured into each other to create different scenarios that the kid faced while looking for M O T O R A M A.
(ca) wrote: A buddy cop action comedy starring Gene Hackman, Dan Aykroyd, and Dom DeLuise? This should've been MUCH better and is only interesting in how many missteps, backfires, and bombs this movie makes. It's one joke that falls flat after another. However, the cast alone makes it an experiment worth watching.
(au) wrote: 161014: The mess that can be human life. Rourke still amazes me with this performance. His character seems exaggerated yet realistic at the same time. Dunaway compliments him perfectly and you almost feel you're a fly on the wall; a bar fly. Upon reflection, a realistic and disturbing love story. A story of family. A disfunctional family but a family nonetheless. You're drawn in and adopted for the duration of the film, then escape as the cycle continues.
(gb) wrote: Say what you want, but there's rarely been anyone who could rival the screen presence of The Duke. If I had to choose one, it would be Fonda! So, seeing 'the Boys' in action is a dream. What more is there to say? It's a battle of legends between Wayne and Fonda with a movie in the background. That's not fair, as the plot is quite original and even, one might say, 'sensitive' toward Natives? The main question I am puzzled with after seeing these two men go head to head is: what is a hero? Who defines a hero? Are the people that we (me) consider heroes even respectable men or women? Uh oh, 'Taxi Driver' flashback... Like most of Ford's work, this film continually grows on me the more that I think about it. 'The Searchers' went from 'blah' to 'holy christ!' in a few viewings. As I sit at the moment, I see the same happening to 'Fort Apache.' I mean, just look at the shots of Monument Valley and then read about how Ford achieved these shots... truly mesmerizing.
(de) wrote: A misfire from Frank Capra. It is not as heartwarming as people say. (First and only viewing - 3/10/2010)
(de) wrote: Hastily cobbled thriller with no originality and an over reliance on red herrings and Al Pacino's disinterested glare.
(it) wrote: Directed by Roger Michell (Notting Hill (1999), Changing Lanes (2002) and Venus (2006)) and written by playwright Richard Nelson. This started out life as a play on BBC Radio 4, and was inspired after Nelson had met Daisy Suckley, and then read her diaries, journals and letters after her death in 1991. It makes for a good period comedy-drama, but it paints an unflattering picture of it's lead character. In the spring of 1939, Daisy Suckley (Laura Linney) visits her cousin, who is American President Franklin D. Roosevelt (Bill Murray), at the house of Roosevelt's mother Sara Delano (Elizabeth Wilson), known as Hyde Park in upstate New York. Daisy and Franklin form a close relationship, mainly because they haven't seen each other for a while. Meanwhile, Hyde Park is to play host to King George VI (Samuel West) and his wife Queen Elizabeth (Olivia Colman). King George believes the trip to America will help strengthen bonds with Britain, especially as there could be a potential war with Germany happening soon, meanwhile Franklin and Daisy's relationship grows. Parts of this feel a bit like a Robert Altman film, with the almost carefree staging and overlapping dialogue, it's a film which cares about it's characters, and there's some very good performances on display, (Murray does well as FDR), but the film feels quite cold at it's core, and there's nothing to really drive the whole show along.
(ag) wrote: Very good I loved it
(kr) wrote: Spud is one smart and family friendly movie, really due to great childhood aspects. You really feel the memories of your childhood coming to you. Not to mention the clever, unique and funny cinematography and editing. Spud is a great movie with a wonderful story and great characters and beloved actors! Not to mention the incredibly cute and awesome actor called Troye Sivan!7.5/10
(us) wrote: this one is definitely one of my surreal cinema experience.
(gb) wrote: What exactly was James Cameron thinking when he directed this messy action pic? The movie can't decide what genre it wants to be. Domestic comedy or spy film or action flick. It doesn't matter, Cameron here, fails at all attempts. Computer Sales Rep tells his wife he's a spy and a liar and from there the silliness begins.