This film is about Mary-Kate and Ashley turning sixteen years old and going on a road trip without parents. They are headed to Utah for the Olympics and arrive late. There are also scenes in Las Vegas. The twins do not drive alone in this movie, they take a bus. Written by Anonymous Taylor and Kylie Hunter are celebrating their 16th birthday and now they are licensed to drive. They plan to go to Salt Lake City, Utah with their friends for the 2002 Winter Olympics. When they stop at a local restaurant on their way, they notice that their car is stolen and their adventure becomes a misadventure when they board the wrong plane to San Diego. They make it to Salt Lake City but they don't make it to the Olympics. Now they decide to create their own fun to celebrate their 16th birthday.
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Kalli S (kr) wrote: Takes place shortly after the first Dead Space game. It switches from a weird 3D CGI animation to cartoon flashbacks. I would have liked it more if they had stuck with the cartoon aspect since the CGI looks like crap. The story focuses on four surviving crew members found on the O'Bannon.
Anthony D (es) wrote: What can be said about it; it was different for sure.
Kent G (kr) wrote: To say this film is disjointed would be an understatement- and unfortunately, rather than a deliberate (and successful) manipulation of reality & imagination, time & space- we are just left with a confusing mess- occasionally melodramatic, and marred by sloppy direction and weak script. The performances are generally good, particularly from the younger actors, but cannot make up for the sometimes glaring directorial oversights. There is one character that is either from the psych hospital, a psychic, a ghost, or a figment of everyone's imagination- or all or none of those things- who would know? The writer/ director neglected to explain it. This film is truly aimless, and if you make it to the end, you will probably continue to feel as lost as the characters in it.
JoSie W (ru) wrote: Not too bad... Tells why you should never take revenge into your own hands...you might have the wrong guy
bill k (it) wrote: The production values of this film tend to overcome the paper-thin screen play. But Ann Hathaway, James Cromwell and the ever-loveable Maggie Smith all do a yeoman's job. Very weak script.
Will G (jp) wrote: It's difficult to make it through this movie without choking on your own vomit, to be honest. The shoddy animation doesn't help, as it makes this look like a decades-old video you'd find in Morrisons's 99p bin. Still, it's better than the abysmal screenplay, which spends about a third of its length on superfluous extras like Belle's present day problems, stuff about Scrooge's dad, and plenty of charmless fannying around with - choke - TWO ANTHROPOMORPHIC MICE. These bizarre additions eat up screen time at the expense of elements you'd think would be quite important, like Dickens's dialogue and key chunks of his plot - the movie buggers up the game of twenty questions, for example, and at times fails to put scenes in the right order. Absolutely hopeless.
Riccardo R (ru) wrote: Spassoso, ma non eccezionale.Si pu vedere senza controindicazioni particolari, ma non aspettavi un film cult sulle arti marziali.
Dee M (ru) wrote: Fantastic cast and far better than 'Clue.' A comedy made in a time when political correctness didn't exist. An absolute classic.
FilmGrinder S (br) wrote: 61% The only things that truely stoodout: Two scenes in witch, topless women are hung above sharpened bits of bamboo and whipped (who's your master?), while a group of strange satanic folk watched. And the end of the movie. Thankfully, the story took place in the city of Manila, of the Philippines, witch gave the film a differnt texture, then the usaull New England or Euro feel.
Alan D (ca) wrote: for a grindhouse picture this is very misleading. theres lots of chan gang, yes. but hardly any women. it becomes an escape story and just get redicules an boring. i no thats often the point of watching a grindhouse film, but this didnt offer any real violence or gore. it was just a story about too guys escaping and one of them feeling horny. and that song...that god awfull song...
Orlok W (au) wrote: haunting, beautiful and eerie!!
Matt B (it) wrote: Awful. Obvious and awful. It's awful. It got to the point where I wanted to watch the end to confirm my suspicions, I checked to find out there were 40 minutes left. I got more drink and powered through, laughing with the missus about how awful it was. Did I mention it's awful? How this has an audience score of 71% is beyond me. Or is it a reverse scale? Anyway, as Sky use rotten tomatoes ratings and I was sucker punched by a 4 out of 5 star mark up I thought it was my duty to cast my vote. Rotten Tomatoes, if this was a plan to get me on your site, well played you scoundrels!
Sebastian O (de) wrote: A sweet comedy that, while is never laugh-out-loud hilarious, has it's moments of charm. The dialogue was quite realistic and humorous, with the director utilising this for the mockumentary format. It's surprisingly well-acted and well-cast, but there is little behind the surface and runs slow towards the end, even depressing. Smart and inventive, "Authors Anonymus" isn't so good as to watch it again, but recommendable - especially to fans of "The Big Bang Theory"'s beautiful Kaley Cuoco.