He's Such a Girl

He's Such a Girl

The basic premise is that Whitney is a really great guy who is considered too gentle, too friendly, and too genuine to be straight. Actually, he's straight, and he's madly in love with his girlfriend Taylor. Whitney has a best friend, Aldo, who is the worst best friend a nice guy ever had. Whitney is ready to marry Taylor, but Taylor keeps telling him to wait. To wait. To wait. Taylor has a secret and Aldo knows the secret. He won't tell, if . . .

A dude with some socially feminine traits hopes to solidify his 4-year relationship with a bi-sexual chick who has more lesbian leanings than not. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


He's Such a Girl torrent reviews

D M (ca) wrote: A nerd is bullied into entering a haunted amusement park at night by a gang of jocks. A girl (who soon demonstrates that she can rank up there with the classic scream queens) in the group feels badly for him, and follows into the park. They are tormented and tortured by the monstrous inhabitants of the funplex (titular badie voiced by Tim Curry, while Michael Winslow and Lance Hendrickson lend their voices to others). Cool old school monsters manned by puppeteers. For fans of Basket Case, Society, Head of the Family, Tales from the Crypt, etc. The characters' believable reactions to the odd circumstances and terror they experience help to make this a definite modern classic!

Joetaeb D (de) wrote: The Drawn Together Movie offers plenty of belly laughs for fans of the TV show but at times dips into insanely gratuitous shock value, which could be a turn off for non converts.

Alexander C (it) wrote: Havent seen yet. Looks like it could be watchable.

Taylor L (es) wrote: most under rated film

Andreas P (mx) wrote: I think this was nice...

Ryan (us) wrote: OMG! i bought this movie cuz the guys are hot. then i watched it, and decided I never want to go to jail to find true love.

Robert R (it) wrote: In a kind of "Fight Club" meets "Rushmore" mish-mash, the film "Youth In Revolt" does merit offbeat laughs and high-art drama, but it also clearly seems like a condensed, streamlined film version of a novel with much more expressive scope to it.

Mohammed A (kr) wrote: The first movie is better than this

Jacob F (us) wrote: Not as good as the Godfather, but feels and looks as if it were. Definitely a good film to watch if you like prohibition movies but I would rather watch Once Upon a Time in America before this.

Phil B (au) wrote: A pretty funny movie, sometimes silly, but I enjoyed it a lot, especially when I was a kid.

John D (ca) wrote: Possibly the most shockingly frightening picture ever made about the twisted mind of a serial killer. Based on the true story of Henry Lee Lucas and Ottis Toole, the two notorious serial killer partners captured in the early 80s in Texas, this film, shot in a verite style, provides an eerie creepy feeling like none other I've experienced. Don't pay attention to the cheesy cover art on the jacket that was made by Roger Corman's Concorde Pictures trying to cash in on the Hannibal Lector publicity, it bears no resemblance to the story line. This is a truly scary depiction of what these two characters revealed to police once they were captured. Not for the faint-of-heart.

Frank M (us) wrote: The creativity of music and experimentation with camera work is fascinating to see.

Farah R (ca) wrote: A lighthearted and charming movie despite its flaws. Very enjoyable to watch a friend.