This film focuses on an aging starlette (Silvia Perez) was once an it-girl. She returns to her hometown for her niece's birthday party and has to deal with her conservative family who does ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
This film focuses on an aging starlette (Silvia Perez) was once an it-girl. She returns to her hometown for her niece's birthday party and has to deal with her conservative family who does not agree with her chosen lifestyle.
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Andrew R (au) wrote: I liked this movie. It was entertaining, funny, and moved along at a good pace. More of a bromance type of film, but for the ladies too. The critics that hate it are probably the California genre tofu eating, don't tread on humor with a gay tinge, I hate macho manly men films.
Mark L (ca) wrote: There's the seed of an interesting idea in here somewhere, but it just doesn't work. The original Japanese film was a fascinating new sort of horror film, and the American remake at least had some of that in it. This is just missing something, quite important. Still, it's better than part 3...
Nicolaj J (au) wrote: While the film does have a few good laughs and a cheesy, but funny concept, the film isn't as entertaining as one might hope. At times, it's a bad movie, and at times it's a entertaining bad movie.
Tim M (it) wrote: Fans of Bai Ling owe it to themselves to at least watch the first 20 minutes. Pretty messed up story, but it's some of Macy's finest work.
Grant T (ca) wrote: Hollywoodland features two strong performances from Ben Affleck and Diane Lane, but that's about all we have here. Adrien Brody was the wrong choice to play the sneaky detective, trying to underplay an accent and bringing a dull sense to the screen. The film was ultimately unsatisfying, overly confusing, and lost me after the first half (which was very well done).
Trent W (gb) wrote: Be careful, Junebug is a heartbreaker. Terrific performance from Amy Adams
Nani V (ag) wrote: My boyfriend is weird, so he makes me watch all these documentaries with him...which I tend to enjoy for the most part. Word Wars is about a group of guys who participate in a Scrabble competition. They are obsessed with winning and the documentary follows them as they play. They are crazy guys, but it's still interesting to watch.
Dax S (de) wrote: Fun movie for me and my brother as kids.
Keith (mx) wrote: This is a B flick, but in the way of B flicks, it was pretty good. It made me laugh.
Marcus W (ca) wrote: It's trying so hard to be something it's not that it loses sight of what it could be
Turtleboy G (es) wrote: Not as good as the first two, but still a good edition to the Frankenstein franchise.
Joshua L (mx) wrote: This movie is not so much scary but hilariously entertaining and fucked up. A friend wanted me to shout out the Camera guy who did great work with the ladies in this movie. Damn good eye! hahaha!
Darren G (br) wrote: Missed the first quarter of the film but was hooked after that. Well written, skillfully acted out and heart wrenching in places, it draws a perfect parallel between giving up a drug your body is dependent on and finally having the courage to say goodbye to the past.