Dream Team

Dream Team

Soccer coach Byrd is persuaded by teacher Noo Lek to help coach ten of the school's kindergarteners students for a tug-of-war tournament being staged as part of the 18th National Kindergarten Sports Competition. Problems arise upon learning the rules clearly state that only 9 players are allowed on each tug of war team. Thus the 10-kid "Dream Team" must bench one member during the competition. Coach Byrd is forced to deal with a bunch of interfering parents who want to make sure their kid is featured on the school team.

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Dream Team torrent reviews

Caleb H (us) wrote: Lake Placid 3 is more of the same. Giant, poorly animated cartoon crocodiles chase a bunch of bland, cardboard cut-out characters around, and occasionally eat them. For five seconds, there's an anti-hunting message thrown in for good measure, but the writers quickly forget about it. Hey, this movie has the kind of lunkheaded script that has characters constantly asking each other "What the hell was that?" after clearly seeing a large, badly animated crocodile wander through the scenery. It's the sort of lazy product that has a woman's mutilated arm change sides no less than three times in the same scene. For some reason, almost all of the women in the film are ridiculously attractive, which helps distract from the repetitive nature. I can't decide whether the presence of a fully-nude Roxanne Pallett made the film more tolerable, but it certainly helped me enjoy things more (ditto Kacey Barnfield). Still, naked breasts aside, this is a really, really bad movie. The only thing, besides Miss Pallett's "presence", saving the movie from being completely intolerable is the hysterical presence of Yancy Butler, who seems to be doing a bizarre impression of Charlton Heston, Lee Marvin, George C. Scott, and Phyllis Diller all rolled into one. For the most part, the movie is boring as shit and repetitively dull, but whenever Butler appears to spout out "funny" lines, swear, and snarl at everybody, I couldn't help but laugh-she turns in the kind of performance that belongs in movies like Lake Placid 3; an amusingly bad one. Unfortunately, these moronic films can't seem to decide on a tone, so we're stuck with a bizarre, poorly-acted wannabe horror film with underdeveloped characters, crappy gore, and some of the worst special effects this side of Terra Nova. A little nudity and a bizarrely funny performance from Butler makes this more tolerable than the previous two trips to Lake Placid, but that's damning with faint praise.

Aaron C (it) wrote: A dramatic tale about tragedy and fortitude, showing perspectives from 2 different fathers who only have in common their love for their sons. Quite moving, really.

Rad H (es) wrote: Jack Satin is a metaphor for the misunderstood wanderer in all of us. Lounge on, Satin. Lounge on.

Johnny A (kr) wrote: Sick!!! I loved it though!!

Curtis Y (es) wrote: Poignant, moving and whimsical!

kyo 9 (kr) wrote: hmm.. just like typical japanese movie.. no brief storyline.. just a movie full of comedy and action and would keep you thinking about the ending of the story..to tell you the truth, i dislike this kind of story line which is why i gave a 2 and a half stars for the rating..

K K (nl) wrote: I liked it, it drag on a bit but cute storyline.

Hugo S (ru) wrote: A different type of Woody Allen film. A great one too. Great performances all-around, especially Dianne Wiest, Jennifer Tilly and Chazz Palminteri.

Allan C (es) wrote: Ray Harryhausen sci-fi classic about earth being invaded by flying saucers. This alien invasion story is not as smart as "The Day the Earth Stood Still" and not as bombastic as modern invasion films like "Independence Day," but it does have a quaint charm of 1950s paranoid science fiction films, which Tim Burton nicely captured in "Mars Attacks!" Burton's film actually paid homage to this film in his sci-fi love letter to 50s alien invasion films. Although this film isn't as intellectual and lacks the smart social commentary of "The Day the Earth Stood Still" it's better than most of it's youth targeted contemporaries and is a campy good time.

Johan A (fr) wrote: Man blir sllan besviken p en ubtsfilm, och ven denna r sevrd. Man fr dock ta det onda med det goda: den r alldeles fr lng och dialogen r bitvis vldigt klyschig, men trots lderdomliga specialeffekter r nrvaroknslan bra och s ven skdisarna ?? speciellt John Garfield. Cary Grant funkar frvnansvrt bra som ubtskapten. Ingen dlig film, men mycket lngt ifrn Howard Haks Airforce.

Renc L (ag) wrote: This movie is awsome!

Vera W (us) wrote: What makes a producer think that a film featuring conversations about past events makes good cinema? In Ship of Fools, we endure countless stories about past events that have little to do with the two people on camera at the moment. That gets to be a problem in a 165 minute drama. The film isn't without thematic meaning. There's plenty of meaning-- meaning delivered with an anvil. In fact, each character blatantly represents a flaw in humanity. One almost expects the ship's patrons to introduce each another by their metaphorical name. "Hi, I'm Mr. Racism. Nice to meet you, Male Sexism. I'll be in the cabin down below with the helpless but inspirational lower class." Fucking awful. Vivien Leigh acted most of her scenes by herself in this film, barely making eye contact with her scene partner. In fact, the one scene where she makes eye contact is when she's looking in the mirror. About half way through it, the director seems to run out of stage business. Sitting at a table drinking. Standing at the bar, drinking. Dancing. Laying in bed. Sitting on deck, drinking. Smoking cigars. Smoking cigarettes. I fully expected Simone to light a cigar-- that's the only bit of business on the checklist that she didn't manage to do. Eventually, the tired actors don't drink or even handle props. They appear to give up on any meaningful activity, and don't even bother with props. They merely sit at tables and speak their lines. Most laughably, at the end, we see the parade of dozens of characters that we've been cabined with during the film. One after another. They parade off the ship at the end in blatant curtain call fashion, and it proves an awful point-- there is no cohesive dramatic action in this film. It's a series of character vignettes, strung together like ports of call on a ship itinerary. But unfortunately the ship has no anchor.