In the third episode of this series, the Ducks get scholarships to Eden Hall Academy, a high ranking prep school. But as freshmen, they will have to face the snob varsity team... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
D3: The Mighty Ducks
The Ducks are offered scholarships at Eden Hall Academy but struggle with their new coach's methods and come under pressure from the board to retain their scholarships before their big game against the Varsity team.
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Jaidyn P (es) wrote: A movie that is very offensive with unfunny jokes, unlikable and unfunny characters and too much drug use. Better off watching Bridesmaids instead.
Danny G (de) wrote: It actually was a really good movie. I enjoyed it!!
Marian D (de) wrote: I'll try to check this out and see how it compares to what I was livin' in the early 70s.
Jeff N (it) wrote: This is a good movie, but an even better scenario taking into account that a high school-aged girl was emotionally mature enough to devise this plot.
Victoria B (es) wrote: Once you get your head round the slightly twisted plot, it's all good!!! :)
Stuart H (us) wrote: This movie has nothing to offer, really terrible.
Glenn C (kr) wrote: I've grown up with Adrian Edmondson and Rik Mayall. I remember my folks letting me stay up late to watch The Young Ones and I felt so grown up because it was rude. Of course most of it went right over my head... but it was physical comedy that resonates with the most immature and puerile of minds. Their second show, Filthy Rich & Catflap, escaped me but I caught up with it years later on video... and then of course, there was Bottom!! I was in my late teens when this show hit and I reckon I know every damn episode back to front... as well as their 5 live shows. These two guys are great together and all throughout their entire careers they have basically played the same two characters... whether its Rick & Vyvyan or Richie & Eddie... its all the same, and it works. And so it was a natural progression for them to carry their act over to film. The result was Guest House Paradiso. It's basically Bottom set in a dishevelled motel. A sort of Fawlty Towers gone wrong... I loved the movie from the get go but I know that others have taken a while to warm to it. With repeat viewings it will grow on you, trust me. Dick jokes, fart gags and violence... what more could you ask for? LOL. Richard and Edward (a more regal pronunciation) run a guesthouse together. They hate their jobs and they hate their patrons and so its basically a long string of insults and situations. Bill Nighy, Simon Pegg and Vincent Cassell offer fantastic comical support roles and help make Guest House Paradiso one of the most absurd, repulsive and hilarious British films ever made... in my opinion of course. LOL
David M (au) wrote: I really loved this movie, i think its because its dark humor.
Dana M (de) wrote: my favorite childhoodmovie! <3
Daniel P (au) wrote: Entertaining, especially the Raquel Welch scenes!
Louise G (mx) wrote: A brilliant film. Vivien Leigh pulls off the part of Cleopatra really well. A very good film and highly entertaining
Tommy M (ca) wrote: I thought this movie was really well written and really well acted. This movie is about Frank(Ryan Reynolds) and his mid life crisis I would say. Frank is a very time oriented kind of guy who has everything planned with lists and then a list of lists. So one day he is 10 minutes late. (Not his fault) and because of this his life turns into chaos. I'm not going to write it all out because that's what makes this film so amazing. This movie had everything I like in a film. A good guy, Love, Betrayl, Complecations, Funnyness, Good ending, Good beginning, Great middle, Everything ties together, Complecated yet easy to watch story. Pretty much awesome overall. The acting was awesome and so was the writing. The way they shot the film and then how they twisted it into being ironicly funny. Great movie a must see.
Fong K (us) wrote: Notorious for his mind-bending narrative, David Lynch yet again concocts a spellbinding and exasperatingly bewildering horror fairy tale about the netherworlds of Hollywood that demands repeat viewings and unending psychoanalysis.
Warren M (jp) wrote: I haven't been too much of a fan of Darren Aronofsky. Not that he's a terrible director, but I have never really been able to stomach his methods. Most of them have been too grotesque for my tastes. However, his directorial debut, Pi, was the first film of his where I was able to watch with an open mind. It centers around a series of mathematic puzzles that challenges the mind and provokes your thoughts. It's one of the perfect examples of surrealism.