To climb the corporate ladder to success, a guy agrees to coach the company's all girl soccer team with the help of his secret weapon: his fiancee's son.

To climb the corporate ladder to success, a guy agrees to coach the company's all girl soccer team with the help of his secret weapon: his fiancee's son. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ladybugs torrent reviews

WS W (ca) wrote: Kang Dong-won, so charming!

Nick V (fr) wrote: Kinda clunky. Kinda like jazz I guess. This is a very tough adaptation to achieve given the free flow nature of the book. It's a unique story but probably not best suited for the silver screen, unless you can get Aaron Sorkin to weave through this tangled story. Still very thought provoking for those who are seeking life's mysteries of the soul.

Mon K (ca) wrote: A bit slow going to start with, but all in all lovely!

Gareth M (ca) wrote: A film about the Czech fighter pilots during world war 2, and there imprisonment on return to communist chezclovachia. This topic has such a scope, to enable it to be a inciteful, heart warming, and heart breaking story but instead delivers on a slushy love story similar to that in "Pearl Harbour" (2 friends fighting over a women), and that is the central theme of the movie as opposed to the true history of these pilots. The dialogue, is sketchy, especially in the work camps where the tone is more cheese than sincere. As a love story it works, and the use of colour and planes are fab also; but all in all its a bit wet and silly.

Panayiota K (ca) wrote: Weird and cute 90's movie but not that funny

Leonardo Malacay S (ca) wrote: Una peli que conoc en mi poca hippie ahahahaha una buena banda sonora, y en general una muy buena pelcula sobre el drama vivido por un grupo de adolescentes durante la dictadura militar en Argentina

Elsa E (fr) wrote: great spanish movie, good adaptation of Miguel Delives novel

Phil P (au) wrote: "Better blisters than neck burns."'Goin' South' will possibly be most remembered as a good quiz question with 'Mary Steenbargen' and 'John Belushi' both having their film dbuts here. Nicholson's second attempt at direction shows some good potential, 'Goin South' is a solid enough comedy western that becomes repetitive and a tad boring.'Nicholson' takes the central role as 'Henry' an off-beat horse thief who has been sentenced to hang only to be saved throw a loop-hole law when 'Julia' agree to marry him. Which comes with the catch of him helping her dig on her property for gold, gold which she is convinced is their. It's quite a lax film things skate along and the jokes are immediately obviously jokes, it tries to blend them easily within conversation. With the odd one either sticking out or not working. 'Nicholson' does great service by using himself as an other wouldn't have made the grimy 'Henry' likeable or fun to watch. The same can be said of most of the cast actually. We know eventually these became household names in the 80s and their ability is on show early here too.It's not all good it does meander a bit at times with atypical conversations and inevitabilities in terms of story. I think the biggest problem is I'm not entirely convinced this should be classed as a comedy as it's all very muted, not once did it muster a belly laugh or seem to be even intending that. In the end 'Gouth South' feels safe, its a simple story told well enough and with a great cast. That's more or less the whole lot. Every so often something got a laugh and the mismatch pair make for a nice dynamic early on with their clashes but when things comes to an end and the dust settles it ends a note fitting of the film - ok without much inclination of where the characters are going - maybe Mexico.

Kevin J (us) wrote: An absolute classic, Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall are both fantastic and have fantastic chemistry in Howard Hawks' To Have and Have Not. Great writing, great characterization, and all-around impressive direction, combine to ensure that To Have and Have Not stands the test of time. A classic in every sense of the word, the film is just as good as it was when it came out.

Shaad A (es) wrote: There's something about this film.

Avery M (ag) wrote: Being John Malkovich is a bizarre film, but in such a way that it is... engagingly strange. Complex, funny, well balanced, particularly in light of the many moods portrayed, well acted, well written, curiously whimsical, and certainly one of the most... ORIGINAL... pieces of cinema ever made.

Brandon W (gb) wrote: This movie was going so well until one scene. This was one of the most disturbing things I've ever had to watch. So cringeworthy. It brought the movie down from a pretty high peak. On the other hand, it had a very satisfying ending and a very entertaining dance scene with some great hits from the 80's. Overall, I would only recommend this one if you were to do an American Pie Marathon. Not a bad movie but couldn't live up to it's predecessors.