Dragon Ball: Hey! Son Goku and Friends Return!!
Goku and his family and friends encounter Vegeta's brother, and a threat from Vegeta's past shows up and causes trouble.
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Kevin K (ag) wrote: my favorite director touch it so I had to watch and it was very good but I know his style and it was missing that jaw dropper.
Saad K (fr) wrote: Seconds Apart - TRASH IT (C+)Seconds Apart is one of those horror movies which either not very bad nor very good. This is strictly in-between. The movie starts off strong but stumbles towards the end. Everything was so predictable no shock value in the end.The Twins Edmund and Gary Entin are creepy looking dudes. They defiantly bring the scare factor in the movie. Other cast is pretty much mediocre especially the black police officer. On the whole, there is nothing like we have not seen before. A good attempt but good have been better. I won't recommend to anyone so simply Trash It!
Valeria P (jp) wrote: If you're concerned that you are feeling too happy with your life, watch this and it'll fix that problem for you. Great performances by the entire cast, good soundtrack.
Andrew O (gb) wrote: Is a rather surprising and entertaining film showing Van Damme acting chops to some interesting results
Adam R (mx) wrote: (First and only full viewing - 4/1/2013)
Chili D (ag) wrote: Critics simply got this one wrong. Dead wrong. If you like Martin Short. You'll love this it's Short at his best. It's very funny and watching Short playing a kid is just about the best thing ever.
Bob S (es) wrote: This 1970's Matthau film has some enjoyable moments of levity, but doesn't have much mass appeal. The film is about a widower and surgeon (played by Matthau) and a divorcee (played by Jackson) starting a new relationship for the first time in decades. The target audience is pretty much the character's own demographic (i.e., middle-aged men and women) and will bore younger viewers who will also find the movie extremely dated. Matthau and Jackson are both celebrated actors and are better than the unfulfilling script allows them to be. Carney plays an aging forgetful doctor in a role definitely intended to add humour, but severely missed the mark.
Aaron B (kr) wrote: A good enough prison escape drama. Hoffman and McQueen are phenomenal, but it is difficult to overlook the overly long run time and the awkward national geographic-type nudity.
Marshall N (br) wrote: I actually quite liked this movie, not bad, not too super powered and the whole awareness raising thing was good.