Loulou is a wolf. Tom is a rabbit. As curious as it may seem, Loulou and Tom have been inseparable since they were little. Now in their teens, they live the easy life in the Land of the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Loulou, l'incroyable secret
Loulou is a wolf. Tom is a rabbit. As curious as it may seem, Loulou and Tom have been inseparable since they were little. Now in their teens, they live the easy life in the Land of the ...
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Greg W (gb) wrote: well crafted lil indie drama
Heri C (ru) wrote: Me imagino que Jack Osborne un dia decide producir un capitulo de 90 minutos de los Osbornes. Afortunadamente, el director, se enfoca mas en Ozzy , la estrella de la familia, y crea un documental tipo Dont Blame Me, y salva el dia.
Kim B (us) wrote: Interesting subject matter, but kind of chaotic format with no clear message. I half felt like the documentary wanted u to feel sorry for how marginalized porn stars are. Call me crazy but I don't really feel that bad for them or ppl in similar professions like ex strippers-it comes with the territory. Just bc u watch porn or go to a strip club doesn't mean u want to employ someone like that or hang out with them-sorry. That lady with the huge lips uh I think she looks like a porn star so it's not hard to figure out who she is if she really wants to be anonymous and work in another industry she prob should change back to looking normal. Of course it sucks she had cancer but I didn't feel bad about her not fitting in. I thought it was interesting that almost all the guys didn't regret doing porn and most of the women did-even those who liked it at the time probably bc it's not ok in r society for women to be so promiscuous yet. It seems to me like the porn industry has gone down in alot of ways from the glory days of the classics-now it's all just shock n gonzo films. Chrissy Morgan always creeped me out for some reason n i could never watch anything with her in it n now I know why-she was really f*ed up then. I think women r more easily taken advantage of in the industry so u have to come in smart n know your boundaries, unlike some ppl who go into it a mess n come out more of a mess. Mary Carey lol she's funny scary that she got 10th place for governor. Funny how most of them didn't plan on going into porn it just kind of was like the next logical step for them in their career choices.
Anastasia (nl) wrote: Too childish in a way (07) OWN VHS?
Jake P (mx) wrote: One of my other favorite movies. Will Ferrel is great in these types of movies, I'm surprised he doesn't do more movies like this.
William W (br) wrote: I have really enjoyed Randolph Scott's presence in films at both both bookends of his career, having previously seen him in the pre-Code 'Hot Saturday' (1932) and his last film, Sam Peckinpah's first great film, 'Ride the High Country' (1962), as well as a few in between ('Pittsburgh', 'Virginia City' and 'My Favorite Wife' most readily come to mind), so I thought it was high time to visit some of his most influential films, the Western collaborations with Budd Boetticher.Scott has a really unique presence in these films. So far, I have seen three of the seven they made together, and he doesn't romance, he seems a tortured, troubled soul, even in the almost comedic, 'Buchanan Rides Alone'. This was another excellent script by Burt Kennedy, finely scored and photographed. It was clear that this was a well-run filmic organization, that really knew what in tarnations they were doing. Rare is the film that is short but sweet. I consider this a 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears' kind of movie, in that it's not too long, not too short, but just right. Though not quite as good as its predecessor, 'Ride Lonesome', I still didn't have the heart to give it a lower rating.I know the Western genre as a whole tends to get short shrift these days, but when you see the great ones, it makes you really glad somebody made them--and that Boetticher and Scott made a lot more than simply seven together.
Shane J (gb) wrote: I didn't last 15 minutes
Pete C (es) wrote: Well with John Wayne, you know what you will get, over acting, loud, no nonsense guns and shooting. So I actually liked this film, happily pass 2 hours, you know it won't break the mould, but then if it ain't broke then why fix it. Decent cast and Wayne is always a hoot in his films.
Bill T (au) wrote: It only took me 47 Years but I finally got around to seeing this classic movie. It certainly lives up to its reputation, the movie is absolutely beautiful. Vivian Leigh and (maybe to a lesser extent) Clark Gable are magnificent in their roles. The story is grand and certainly well worth the 4 hour viewing time. The big thing about this though that really wowed me what the absolutely lush cinematography in every shot. There is rarely a shot in this that didn't made me go "Oooooh!" Many not the best movie I've ever seen but certainly in the top five for sure.
Jack B (br) wrote: The Remaining had a lot of potential, especially after a Cloverfield-esque opening, for an interesting story of the rapture, sadly it settles for an off-key disaster movie, that never reaches a particularly interesting climax. Films like The Mist and The Borderlands handled mankind facing possible apocalypse and religion (respectively) far far better. An unfortunate disappointment.