An irreverent comedy is set in motion when Leon Geller, a sensitive Jewish man from London, accidentally learns that his is the product of artificial insemination. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Leon the Pig Farmer
An irreverent comedy is set in motion when Leon Geller, a sensitive Jewish man from London, accidentally learns that his is the product of artificial insemination.
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Greg D (ru) wrote: solid doc. not that the elf is super interesting or inspiring but it poses some interesting legal sentencing questions to talk about.
Jenn T (kr) wrote: Interesting... just not very entertaining.
Aoife S (de) wrote: Just an extended episode really to tie up the abrupt ending to a great TV series, sorry to see it go!
Steve S (br) wrote: a piss poor multi storied film that is really just a parade of "inspirational stories" that are poorly acted and badly put together. avoid this shitty movie.
Tim M (ag) wrote: Low-brow Sean of the Dead. "Daft but fun".
Andrew L (br) wrote: Ataru Oikawa makes his own haunted apartment film with a minimal budget with a good use of sound and cinematograhy with some good horror style, however the story is very routine and not all that creative. I thought Noriko Nakagoshi made a good performance as she drives the film from beginning to end.
Mike P (br) wrote: One of the most underrated horror movies that is actually much more than a prototypical haunted house film, totally driven by the performances of Scott and Douglas. It deserves a better reputation
Raji K (kr) wrote: The crew is back on another bounty involving a questionable pharmaceutical company, a deadly virus and a mysterious villain. The Cowboy Bebop movie was a like a 2 hour long episode that lacked the charm, good music and integrity of the show. The movie is a let down for me and although it is gorgeous and well made, it was not a great movie and I was ready for it to end.
Nathan H (gb) wrote: If nothing else, "Route 666" answered my question: What are Lou Diamond Phillips and Lori Petty doing these days? And then I realized that the movie was released in 2001, and here I am watching it on the SyFy Channel in 2009. Question still unanswered.Oh, and by the way, I started watching this movie because its synopsis mentioned zombies coming alive on Route 66, and hey, that sounds pretty hilarious. It turns out that the zombies are just ghosts, and the special effects consist solely of these rubber-faced ghosts moving jerkily in slow motion. Hmm. Oh, look! That Geico Caveman commercial is on again!
Maff M (us) wrote: whales can't even sing, poor title
Bjorn O (kr) wrote: Jag hadde sett den hr frrut ( inte den oklippta) minns egentligen ingenting av den visar det sig, jag har fr mig att det var en annan inledning och jag blandar ihop scenerna med andra Franco filmer.Det som gr den hr s jvla bra r att den r genuint obehalig, slutscenen med Lina Romay r lng,ptrngande och hypnotiserande lskig.
Jerry F (us) wrote: The quote on the case sums it up 'A Brutal Thriller'. Although the very beginning has the best two scenes. I was a little disappointed with Sean Bean, who seems to plod through, perhaps it was the part he was given.
Daniel M (kr) wrote: This movie really made me emotional at times, and that almost never happens. The acting is powerhouse from all actors involved. Must-see for all.
Troy F (nl) wrote: Last Man Standing is passable to below average all around when it comes to the acting, dialogue, and story (your typical corrupt cop flick), but I was blown away by the impressive action scenes that look like they come out of a John Woo film! Considering this was a low budget direct to video flick from a low budget studio, you wouldn't expect the action to be that good but it's almost like top notch Hollywood quality, and done the old way with actual stunts etc. Can't say it is worth watching, but if so just for the action.
Giovanni M (mx) wrote: The pacing slows down in the middle but The Five-Year Engagement is a charismatic, smart, and mature while also being raunchy and hilarious.