Being a lone young boy in the 'hood" is dangerous and unpleasant. This is what Max experiences when he fools a gang of local toughs who cornered him at school. The gang finds out that the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Lax A (ag) wrote: Dog Days isn't as Good as it's Predecessor: Rodrick Rules But it adds Enough Witty Jokes, Funny Acting and Plot Lines to Make it a Very Funny Movie.
Hunter H (au) wrote: I LOVED this movie...! My first Kathryn Bigelow movie...! I haven't seen The Hurt Locker, but HAVE heard how great it is, and I DO have Point Break, but I haven't watched it yet...! The last 30 minutes ALONE are WELL WORTH the price of admission...! Everything leading up to it, I'll say it's up to YOU to decide...!
Rishin H (gb) wrote: one of my favorite pixar movie to date
Luciano G (it) wrote: Amateurish and spot off on almost everything...
Lea B (ag) wrote: For what this movie was, it was pretty good. As a cartoon adaptation, it's pretty harmless. Sure, it did take some liberties with the source material, but it's not like with most films based on a cartoon such as "The Smurfs" movie, "Alvin and the Chipmunks" films or even "The Last Airbender" which had absolutely nothing connected to the cartoon. This movie, on the other hand does seem to look like somebody in the crew that made this movie actually saw the cartoon. The basic stuff is still there, Speed is a young car racer who wants to become the best car racer in the world, he has a friend named Trixie, a younger brother named Spritle a pet monkey, he has a brother named Rex who disappeared, he meets up with a racer known as Racer X who later turns out to be his brother, the list could go on. The characters look a lot like their animated counterparts (well, at least as much as possible, I mean, you can't have them to be big eyed like the japanese version), they remain with the personality they had in the cartoon (maybe a little bit more independent than in cartoon for some of them) and even the car designs are pretty faithful to the original.So when people say that this is one of the worst movies out there, guess What. If it resembles the character personality, character design, car design and a lot of elements of the cartoon's story, then it's a freaking movie based on a cartoon that was more faithful that the other ones.And all what I pointed out about this movie is what this movie should be given credit for. Changing the character entirely like they did in other movies based on cartoon or making them look nothing like their counterparts would a different thing.And this movie should be given more appreciattion for what it did and for what it is. Especially seeing how this movie, along with Lone Ranger and some other good films that ended up having a poor rating like this and being down there with garbage like 50 shades because of it.
Mehak Q (fr) wrote: I Love This Movie..It's Hilarious
Jamie J (ag) wrote: I'd forgotten just how grim and in your face this film was. The plot may be incredibly predictable but that doesn't stop Blood Diamond from pulling at the heart strings when required.
Brian Daniel L (ru) wrote: I was suprised to see japanese acotrs speaking french COOL SUGOI!!!
Simon D (mx) wrote: I watched this because I thought that it must be a great film if Alt-J would write Fitzpleasure about it. I was disappointed. Yes it was grim in places and has some rather surprising scenes but, in general, it had a feeling of an overexaggerated picture of fifties new york; almost as if somebody was having a dig at the people there in a private joke of a film.
James M (br) wrote: Not my favourite Roeg film, featuring decent performances, beautiful scenery and lots of nudity.
Alexander P (jp) wrote: Really good entry in the Hammer Frankenstein series - Terence Fisher returns and adds the quality again - some good supporting cast adds to Cushings excellence - good film
Sagin W (kr) wrote: Another 'Film Crew' title that breathes real life and enjoyment into this Peter Graves sci-fi movie. Beware the ping-pong ball eyes!
English C (fr) wrote: One of my favorite movies. It is so like being in school in England in the 70's. It captures the awkwardness and exploration of being a teenager perfectly.
Alex G (nl) wrote: Returning to the thematic questions raised in American Beauty, Mendes takes a theatrical approach to a very Steinbeck story. While the directing and writing felt intended for the stage more than the big screen, the exploration of societal restraints was fantastic. We bare witness to the power to dream in a world that frowns on dreaming and the ramifications of such actions. As one couple lets the cracks show, the entire web begins to come apart. The music is distractingly similar to American Beauty, but Mendes never approaches the similar material with the same lens. The satire and on-the-nose commentary has given way to a more "pleasentville" commentary. It is a shame the so much of the ending was deleted in the final cut.
Maria G (gb) wrote: It was like Disney wanted to make a movie about manopausal men they could take their kids to see when it as "their" weekend to watch them. Too harsh? I think not. The sad thing is I think instead of making you feel like you can get up and "just do it" you feel like the message is "Staus quo okay". Boring.
IVRt (es) wrote: now that looks sick!