Pleasantly plump teenager, Tracy Turnblad and her best friend, Penny Pingleton audition to be on The Corny Collins Show – and Tracy wins. But when scheming Amber Von Tussle and her mother plot to destroy Tracy, it turns to chaos.

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Hairspray torrent reviews

William P (us) wrote: worst movie I ever seen, warren wont ever make another movie

Robin N (es) wrote: It has to go as one of the worst I have seen. The movie had nothing to laugh, totally rubbish comedy. Next time somebody forcibly takes you to watch it, then it is a 2 hr. nice sleep in the hall. Rohit Shetty should judge comedy circus instead of making this.

Indu R (gb) wrote: A good movie. Good acting and a good plot. The action and special effects were good.

James B (mx) wrote: A typical horror movie with a big twist at the end. Nothing spectacular, and even with the twist at the end I would say it's just average at best.

Mike V (br) wrote: Although I found the screenplay a little weak at times, this is an important biographical film portraying the spirit of the 1970s and the beginning of gay rights in America. Penn provides a credible performance of Harvey Milk. The final scenes are particularly moving. AAN

Mark D (fr) wrote: Wow, this was really bad. It had zero direction, and didn't have any sense of a coherent story. It's like all the actors were handed scripts, but never once saw each other until filming day. I think it was supposed to be a dark comedy, but there wasn't a single laugh to be had. Plus, some terribly unfunny "crude" humor interjected, I imagine, so the movie could call itself edgy and hip. Too bad it wasn't either of those things.The movie was just a complete mess from start to finish. Stay FAR away.

Gregory W (jp) wrote: great action thriller very stylistic

MEC r (es) wrote: This movie had potential, but fell through the cracks. To bad.

Giovanni M (us) wrote: It doesn't break any new grounds and it delivers with a heavy hand, but School Ties has an excellent young cast of future Oscar winners and well-intentioned message that makes it eminently watchable.

Antwan J J (it) wrote: Man oh Man this was way better than the first two films it was top notch stuff it was so good back in th e day i couldn't wait to see again

Cassandra M (br) wrote: I saw this movie on TNT when i was like 10 on late night T.V.TNT's Monster Vision it was awesome! The Stop-Motion Octopus effects are great & look very realistic & still hold up today, Harryhausen did a great job! The Film is about atomic testing in the pacific. The H-Bomb Tests that mutate an already gigantic Octopus octopus into an even bigger monster & it becomes radioactive. Submarine commander Pete Matthews played by Kenneth Tobey (The Thing From Another World '51, The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms '53 & The Vampire '57.) he & his crew get attacked by it in the beginning. Then he meets up with beautiful marine biologist Leslie Joyce brilliantly played by Faith Domergue,(Cult Of The Cobra '55, This Island Earth '55, The Atomic Man '56, Voyage To The Prehistoric Planet '65 (M>TV), Legacy Of Blood '70 & House Of Seven Corpses '73) She & John Carter another biologist discover an enormous octopus after several attacks on ships, & boats plus an encounter they live themselves action must be taken, to protect the people & city of San Francisco. In the climax the monster attacks San Fran. even the famed Golden Gate Bridge & Embarkidaro Tower are demolished. Great entertainment with thrills & chills. Got this on DVD in 2004 My favorite Harryhausen Film! Looking forward to the Jan. 2008 Colorized 2-Disc Special Edition DVD Release which Legend Films will not be colorizing it as they did 20 Million Miles To Earth (1957) which I have & is pretty impressive. West Wing Studios are supposed to do It Came From Beneath The Sea I hope it has some nice exclusive special features like the Colorized 20 Million. Audio Commentary, Video Interview with Ray & an Image Gallery those at least. I am not sure if it will include the B&W Version. Columbia Tri-Stars recent DVD wasn't that great only extra it has was the trailer. I got It Came & Earth vs. 2-Discs they are really awesome! & have the movies remastered in Hi-Def with 5.1 Surround why didn't 20 Million have 5.1 Surround? oh well. I love the colorized versions for both films & the technology has improved & looks much better then the 80's Colorizing Process like done to King Kong which looked awful. I am not hip on Colorization but Legend Films has been doing a great job on Films like Ray's & others. Anyway if u hate Colorization so much both Discs also include the original B&W Versions with a toggle between feature which I found annoying on my one DVD Player every time the chapter changed a small camera popped up in the corner & I couldn't make it go away quite annoying! otherwise perfect DVD's with nice special features. Far surperior to the old Columbia Tri-Star DVD Releases from a few years back.

G V (ca) wrote: how to make a subtile movie during the war and the occupation

Hans V (nl) wrote: Glorious! Absolutely glorious!

Andrew L (kr) wrote: In the early days of Bay's career, films such as 'Bad Boys', 'The Rock' and 'Armageddon' were of course "leave-your-brain-at-the-door, testosterone packed" action flicks - but they still had charm that made them bearable. These days Bay just makes films that are god awful. This is probably the worst of them (or at least, the worst that I've seen or care to remember), and that's a shame because the original was actually quite good. Whether or not it deserved or needed a sequel is questionable. Smith & Lawrence's chemistry has evaporated over the years revealing exactly how much talent they have (i.e. none) and everything Bay has done in this film opens alot up for scrutiny.

Floyd C (ca) wrote: Only okay, the acting was horrible from most of the cast, though Nora Zehetner did a decent job for the most part. The editing was bad andthat took a lot away from the film, the way they flashed pictures to try and give clues was a bad idea. The need to show everything to the audience at the end because nothing has made sense thus far in the movie is always a bad sign. I will say that the burn victim monster was gross and it provided a creepy image that stuck with me awhile after the film was over. If you catch it on tv, I'm sure MTV shows it occassionally it was their film to begin with, youcan check it out; don't search for it though, it's hardly worth all that.

Michael V (ca) wrote: Great vampire apocalypse story.

Goodwin L (ru) wrote: With a few twists and a dynamic change, this is the greatest movie that Hasbro had ever made. However, to people who haven't seen the show yet, they don't know what is going on.