Sex comedy takes a look at contemporary dating mores and hypothesizes that the new dating location may be the dog walk in the park. A mild-mannered man loses his present girl friend to another man. His attraction to a kid's TV show hostess goes nowhere because of her obsession with her dog, Peanut. He then gets hooked up with an overly exuberant blonde who overwhelms him. He even lost his collie, Mogley, when his girl friend moved out. In a funny sub-plot, the collie is going to a doggie psychiatrist who determines the dog is being traumatized by his mistress' sexual antics. Jeri and Jeff are best friends whose constant smooching simply makes the leads life less comfortable.
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Zach M (ca) wrote: A lesser Justice League movie more geared to kids.Was not a big fan of the art style for the movie but the story was fairly enjoyable.Lex Luthor gets frozen in time to awaken in the future and steal a device that allows him to travel back in time and try to destroy Superman. Some young heroes from the future travel back to help stop Luthor.
Matthew S (de) wrote: It doesn't work, but Paul Rudd is so effortlessly amusing and likable that the film carries a certain charm.
Jonathan G (kr) wrote: Based on a true story, this movie about racism in the South accomplished what it set out to do - tell a story of injustice. I had several friends work behind and in front of the camera on this movie, so I recommend my Charlotte, NC friends to watch it and support it - otherwise there are better movies out there that deal with this issue.
Walter M (au) wrote: In "Munyurangabo," Ngabo(Jeff Rutagengwa) is mad at his friend Sangwa(Eric Ndorunkundiye) for spending their bus money, forcing them to hitchhike instead from Kigali. It turns out the money was for a dress shirt to impress his parents who he has not seen in three years. His mother(Narcicia Nyirabucyeye) is very happy to see her son but his father(Jean Marie Vianney Nkurikiyinka) is more than angry, saying that he wish his son had never been born. Things cool down as times are tough and the labor of the two men is needed in the fields. Regardless, Ngabo wants to move on because they have a man to kill, attested to by the machete he is carrying in his backpack. "Munyurangabo" is a compelling and deliberately paced look at Rwanda fifteen years after the genocide. It is interesting to see a new generation coming of age and how they are haunted by the mistakes and crimes of their parents' generation. While some seek revenge, others are left wondering what role their parents may have played in the atrocities. At the same time, the healing process that is necessary for the country to move forward is starting to unfold.
Bigboy 7 (jp) wrote: tooo much of hrithik...preety looks very preety in this one
Roc M (fr) wrote: This is a typical avenge flick. While Segal is no Brando (Can't believe I'm putting Segal and Brando in the sane sentence). The film entertains and isn't that why we watch..
Paul N (ca) wrote: Despite a distractingly '80s score & some narrative contrivances, Arcand's modern-day allegory is inspired & thoughtful.
Jeffrey S (ru) wrote: I remember watching this movie years ago as a child and not really remembering much other than the opening.On another viewing I can see why this is lauded as one of the best westerns out there. Sergio goes from the snappy Kurosawa inspired Man with No Name Trilogy that was know for snappy action and over the top (but brilliant) music to Once Upon a Time in the West.Once Upon a Time in the West is much more dialed back and ironically similar to Kurosawa in a way of letting long framing shots dictate immersion that's eventually cut by action. Rather than letting action drive the shots. Combine this with a haunting melody and a somewhat abstract plot and you get a movie that's sort of unlike anything else.It's long, it's slow, it's immersive, it's beautiful, and everyone takes away something different from their viewing. What I found quite interesting was how each character evolves during the story which is something we don't really get in the Man with No Name Trilogy. Spoilers ahead------The Hero starts off being elusive, and ends as a sort of blank slate after his revenge is completeThe Villain starts as an evil killer looking to get into the railroad business, but at the end Bronson's character drives him to accept that they have a destiny (through their duel) that must be confronted even at the cost of his other ambitions. The Outlaw slowly comes around to help Claudia Cardinale's Jill character despite no real payoff for him. Claudia's character Jill has a dark background she's trying to get away from through her marriage and at the end she truly tries to move forward with the start of the station town she was left with. Seeing such profound character changes happening very subtly is the mark of a good director as the dialogue is sparse and often times it relies on the camera work to show this.I would highly recommend at least one viewing by anyone who's a fan of the Western genre just so you can make up your own mind about it.
Eric P (es) wrote: Observation from a "privileged" white kid, aside from the tar baby sequence this really isn't anymore racist than certain specific scenes/characters in Peter Pan, Lady and the Tramp, and Dumpo. Yet Disney is fine allowing them to be seen in their unaltered glory. From a historical perspective it's a really fascinating watch for the pop culture and film history context. I've never been one for banning or hiding films. I think they should do like Warner Bros and release it with an introduction or supplemental material to make sure younger viewers understand its context. I think something like that it way more helpful to the conversation than just walling it off. The film itself, fine for what it was. Just above average for me 3 1/2 stars out of 5.
Johnny N (ca) wrote: I really enjoyed this film. its one of those cheesy science fiction films I can watch over and over. great cast especially Daniel stern. maybe should of kept him alive longer, great comic relief. reminded me of the thing, as far as the monster effects/storyline.