The inaugural Anger Management Tour was founded and started in the fall 2000 by Limp Bizkit, Papa Roach, and after the release of The Marshall Mathers LP by Eminem. Originally targeted at both rap and rock fans, the first "Anger Management" outing took place in 2000. It had two separate legs. The second tour took place in the summer of 2002. Eminem told LAUNCH, "It's basically the same thing that it was the last Anger Management Tour without Limp Bizkit...Papa Roach are still cool though." The third tour took place in the summer of 2005. 50 Cent missed the tour's first two stops because of a scheduling conflict; he was tied up shooting his film debut. Ludacris filled in on those dates. The European part of the tour was cut short due to the exhaustion of tour founder Eminem and his addiction to sleeping pills. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Andrew P (es) wrote: blair witch meets paranormal activity.
Lauren M (gb) wrote: This movie was somewhat un-nerving but ultimately a big disappointment. Viewer discretion advised - Strong child abuse and incest abuse!!
Sarah M (es) wrote: Definitely cried! amazing movie.
Charles P (fr) wrote: Dr. Jekyll & Ms. Hyde earned my hate early on and never got better.
O T (fr) wrote: My favorite of the series. They switch the actresses around from the first movie, but keep the characters consistant from here on. Denise Duff is absolutely beautiful
Jason D (gb) wrote: My goodness! What a terrible movie. Munchies is nothing more than a piss poor ripoff of the superior Gremlins films (which are also referenced numerous times throughout this movie for some odd reason). The story is about a father and son on an archeological dig who uncover a secret tomb with a little monster running around doing Gizmo voices. Soon, they take the creature back to America where it gets loose and blah, blah, blah. The creatures voices are done by two gents who have both worked on the Gremlins films (no surprise), but if you have time, check out the imdb page of Frank Welker, who has an amazing list of some of your favorite cartoon voices. Never knew he had done so many awesome voices. Also, look for small, pointless, and wasted roles from Robert Picardo (The Howling), Paul Bartel (Death Race 2000 director), and Wendy Schall (Francine from American Dad). Overall, this movie was lame and very unfunny.
logan v (jp) wrote: GREAT MOVIE..ONE OF THE BEST IN THE EIGHTIES 80's ..KEVIN BACON IS THE HEAD LEADER OF THE GROUP GOING UP THE MOUNTAIN & THE GOING DOWN THE RIVER..SEAN AUSTIN PLAYS THE BOY WHO ISN'T STRONG ENOUGH & KEVIN BACON MAKES HIS LIFE ,HELL...
Eric H (ca) wrote: Of course this came out right at the beginning of the 1980s. Of course it did. Those drama students dancing in the street to Irene Cara's famous theme song, it's an indelible eighties leg-warmer style image. But there's more to the film than that. There's deprivation, and one man's struggle to learn to read, and a struggle with sexuality, and an attack on a child, and one girl tricked into taking topless photographs, and contemplation of suicide. In the end, though, it is also about that song.
James S (nl) wrote: The musical performances are incredible, but I desperately wish there could have been some interviews where the bandmembers actually talked honestly as opposed to combinations of sarcasm and outright silliness.
Bill B (ag) wrote: This was another Franco Nero western that I was pleased to finally cross of my list, and I honestly was ready to rate it very highly until I realized that the Gawdawful soundtrack was going to basically narrate what we were seeing on the screen for the entire film, whcih was massively distracting and annoying. The story itself is fine, Nero is a man trying to free his hometown from a gang of cutthroats who have taken over, but the music ruined any goodwill the rest of the film had for me, making it only a passable viewing experience.Rental at best.
Vennesa B (jp) wrote: It A Funny Movie And Nice Must See Love It :)
Panayiota K (ca) wrote: The only thing i liked about this movie was that the flashbacks seem to connect nicely, and i don't usually like this technique in movies. I think that their relationship is unrealistic and the movie doesn't really explore their problems. All i see is one of the most unlikeable characters ever, Cindy, her sex situations and the weird dialogue with her husband. Like seriously you have unprotected sex with a guy and then you try to wash it off with water? Um ,no. Just no.
Dyron W (us) wrote: This is the point where the franchise went a dramatic shift to horror-comedy. The interaction between Dourif and Tilly (well in doll form) is the highlight but the film wears itself too thin at times.
Russ B (au) wrote: 8/14/2016: an ok teen rom com movie. How I miss the adventures of our youth.
Orlando D (ru) wrote: Mother's Day is probably one of the criminally underrated low budget slasher/revenge movies of the 80's. In this film a trio of girls who graduated years before reunite for a camping trip. What is suppose to be a fun time for them turns out to be a nightmare when they are captured, beaten and raped by two brothers as they follow orders from their deranged mother. When one of the girls dies, the other two pool their resources and get revenge. If you can forgive the movie's bad acting, continunity errors and the Carrie/Friday the 13th shock ending, Mother's Day works as an intense horror film that infuses dark comedy and the film works despite itself.