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Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains
Corrine Burns retreats far into plans for her band, The Fabulous Stains, after her mother's death.
- Stars:Rafael Falcón, Adela Fierro, Susana Cora, Alicia Ortiz, Miguel Ángel Ferriz, Matilde Palou, Paco Martínez, Armando Velasco, Roberto Banquells, Pedro Vargas, Guillermo Cantú Robert, Anita Fierro, Peter Donat, Diane Lane, Marin Kanter, Laura Dern, Christine Lahti, Janet Wright, Mia Bendixsen, Stuart Ferguson, Ray Winstone, Paul Simonon, Steve Jones, Paul Cook, Fee Waybill, Vince Welnick, Vern Willis,
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Tyler R (nl) wrote: It wasn't very good. It had a very interesting premise but it was very boring and slow paced. The movie didn't really go anywhere and was very predictable.
Dr F P (nl) wrote: The pups are cute UNTIL they talk, god i couldn't even imagine liking this AS A KID! This is definitely an acquired taste...is it? I watched around 20 minutes after renting this and turned it off. OH GOD IT WAS AWFUL! I didn't expect the dialogue to be any type of good but the way they shot the talking scenes. One still shot after another of EACH INDIVIDUAL DOG EVERYTIME THEY FREAKIN' TALK! The school kids are all stereotypical, i mean the overweight kid with ginger hair HAS A BOW TIE! ARE THEY TRYING TO HURT HIS FEELINGS? Not to mention the ghost dog that looks like Lord Voldemort with dog ears.
Andrew D (de) wrote: How cricket helped to defeat racism.
Richard M (ru) wrote: Dorfman in Love is a really charming romantic comedy, saw it last night on DirectTV. Richard
Raunak C (ag) wrote: Stays true to the duo's movie making style! Abbas-Mustan!
Guillermo Q (fr) wrote: Jean Dujardin before the Oscar
Hippie Ruda (de) wrote: This movie is with Mikhail Barishnikov one of the greatest dancers in the world.
Nicole J (ru) wrote: Amazing and TWISTED!! WARNING!! Great movie and amazing plot but certain scenarios may traumatize you. Seriously James Cameron you are Awesome, so talented...no offense I will never watch this movie again...so disturbingly real.BUT it is a must see!!
Sara A (fr) wrote: [font=Times New Roman][size=3]Dave Boyle?actor, director, and writer of [i]Big Dreams Little Tokyo?[/i]comes out firing in his first film attempt, and hits all the targets just right. Sly wit, dry humor, and just plain lovable characters set [i]BDLT [/i]apart from predictable romantic comedy fare. For those of us who have ever felt a little out of place (and we all have at some point), [i]BDLT [/i]is that reassuring nod we need that says everything will be just fine. If you?re looking for a cross-cultural, quirky comedy that gets you thinking, [i]BDLT [/i]is your movie! For fans of indie features, it can?t come recommended enough![/size][/font]
Aeem H (it) wrote: Going through the back log of the Disney Animated Classics, Meet the Robinsons is one which is perhaps overlooked. At it's centre is the story of an orphan Lewis wanting to find a family. He finds himself encumbered in an orphanage where no one has wanted to adopt him going on almost 12 years. His desire to be an inventor tends to not be rewarded and when things do go wrong others blame him and he blames himself for the failure of the inventions not working. Mixed into this is a revenge plot against Lewis which involves a time machine.There is a lot going on in this film and luckily more often than not you can follow it, the animation is visually solid and the Robinson's themselves are quirky but when really thinking about this film they are left short changed in terms of screen time.There are some good twists and turns and the humour is well realised, the scene where the main protagonist uses firstly a frog and then a dinosaur to try and capture Lewis are hilarious.In the end this being Disney everything works out alright, as messages of friendship, family and never giving up or looking back are on proud displayWhile this is not by any means a genuine classic it's a solid entertaining film and one which children will perhaps enjoy more than adults, but there are laughs for those of us who are still children at heart.Now together everyone 'KEEP MOVING FORWARD'
Malcolm W (ca) wrote: Absolute rubbish. Totally incoherent.
Huw G (au) wrote: Not bad but it felt as though his life was cleaned up, to make it only a little different to the "respectable" norm.
Keriann D (br) wrote: awful!! if u want to waste two hours of ur life watch this!! it didn't even make much sense!!!
Caleb M (jp) wrote: An equally informative and entertaining documentary on the US government's role in criminalizing and demonizing Marijuana. Filled with hilarious vintage anti-pot propaganda as well as enlightening archival footage of lawmakers and enforcers coming up with new ways and reasons to keep Marijuana illegal. Harrelson's narration is surprisingly sobering, leaving the film's humor to the actual events and propaganda in the film. The information presented here ranges from funny to frustrating, but all of it manages to be fascinating.
Sanyam J (it) wrote: Bhaskar Banerjee is a frustrated doctor who has lost hope for people and their miseries. With this frame of mind he meets Anand Sehgal, a terminally ill patient. Anand has a dark past and literally no future but still he laughs at the face of death and keeps people around him in good humor. The film is about state of mind broadly.I have seen this film may be more than a hundred times and if you ask me to watch it 5 times back to back right now I will do it. There are very few films as divine and at the same time as entertaining as Anand. This movie has been like 'Ramayan' for me eversince I watched it on doordarshan as may be a 6 years old. Dialogs by Gulzar is genius work, characterization is wonderful, music is excellent, acting is fantastic, editing is crisp, direction is definite, cinematography is minimal and message is divine. Last scene of the film, according to me, is one of the best scene ever written and enacted in the history of Cinema. "Batein karo mujhse" still makes my hair stand at its end even when I think about it. All my friends agree that if we were to chose one performance , out of all the films Bachchan's, we would chose Dr Bhaskar Banerjee. Still the interesting fact is that its not a Bachchan film and is a Rajesh Khanna film.
J K (it) wrote: Not to be confused with that really annoying Spanish girl who appeared on 20 episodes of the Love Boat.
Casa D (mx) wrote: Sad that a man can go that crazy over a female...smh
Maisie N (mx) wrote: it does not give me the full movie I hate this app
Gabriel L (au) wrote: This movie was special. Really not bad. Will probably seem not too horrific for very religious people.