Max thinks that his mother is maximum embarrassing, and says a lot of un-cool things. At the same time, he is burning for a chance to impress the new girl in his class. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Max thinks that his mother is maximum embarrassing, and says a lot of un-cool things. At the same time, he is burning for a chance to impress the new girl in his class.
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Heather M (ca) wrote: I am going to pass on this one for now.
Lee O (ca) wrote: Great performances. An interesting plot if you like these kinds of unraveling stories.
Mlissa K (ag) wrote: thought it was funny. Kelly Brook hot!
Josh C (au) wrote: This movie is so damn funny!
James H (fr) wrote: THIS IS A REALLY TOUGH ONE TO RATE. ON ONE HAND IT IS A SURPRISINGLY NEUTRAL MOVIE, ON THE OTHER HAND IS IS VERY LOW BUDGET. ONE THING THAT STOOD OUT AS ODD WAS THE NEAR ABSENSE OF HIS MUSIC. THE ACTORS ARE SO-SO. IT IS POORLY EDITED. IT DOESN'T FLOW WELL. A REAL CURIO
Wiebke K (ru) wrote: Imelda Staunton does a stunning performance of Vera Drake, a woman who helps young women with unwanted pregnancies. The film focuses on her family, her dedication, her cheerfulness in spite of a hard life until it all comes crashing down. Very intense.
Frances H (kr) wrote: Loved it! For once, a twist I didn't see coming, which is so rare that I appreciate it so much when it happens.
Atle L (fr) wrote: Really nice film! :D
Ethan B (au) wrote: Satire films are difficult to review. Do we judge them simply based on how well-written the jokes are? Or how good the story is? Already, they have to be given a handicap because there are some aspects of ordinary film that, by nature, they usually don't possess--like character depth or a traditional narrative.But on top of it all, they're supposed to be funny. And while this one may not be laugh-out-loud for everyone, it definitely has its moments. The style of humor is consistent. It never tries to be something it's not. And for those who enjoy its irreverence, they will get a lot out of this one.Wet Hot American Summer takes place on the last day of camp, during the summer of 1981. But instead of it being about the campers, it's about the counselors and how they all try to make the best of their final 24 hours.With a cast that reads off more like a very odd Garry Marshall holiday-themed film, one would think that this was the comedy event of the year (consisting of Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, Bradley Cooper, Molly Shannon, Elizabeth Banks, Janeane Garofalo, David Hyde Pierce, Michael Ian Black, A.D. Miles, et al). But unfortunately, most of the talents went underutilized and nobody gets nearly enough screen time. And despite this being a summer camp themed movie, there are not a lot of archetypes. The characters are all pretty much the same type of stupid, with not much varying in personalities. There are some really clever bits, but it's mostly just a massive compilation of jokes without any real overarching linearity. It resembles some sort of modern-day Airplane! but even Airplane! had us invested in how it would end.But oddly enough, the movie's best moments all involve the kids in some way--although the film is meant to be about the counselors. And the highlight is the penultimate scene at the End of Summer Talent Show, where we are treated to an MC that echoes a demented Henny Youngman. As much as I laughed, I was hoping this movie would be something a little different. With not a lot of good coming-of-age summer camp movies out there to choose from, Wet Hot American Summer misses an opportunity to really touch upon the nostalgia of going to camp. There are some really great scenes and story arcs that it doesn't capitalize on. As a former camper-turned-counselor, a lot of my own memories from growing up happened at camp, and I just wish that the filmmakers weren't so concerned with making it a satire. It's not like there's some overindulgence of these type of films for a satire to be warranted. It has the ingredients of a really great, meaningful film, but sacrifices this for the sake of irreverent jokes--albeit a few, I admit, I laughed at.Twizard Rating: 68
Eldin B (gb) wrote: "There are things in life you put off, because you think you're gonna do them later. But the real thing Ivy taught me is you gotta live like there may not be a later."
Joshua B (ca) wrote: Epicness, with lots of bloody gun blazing fights. I can see where Quentin Tarantino got his inspiration for Django Unchained (especially due to the fact that Tarantino has a small part during a particularly gritty scene in Desperado).
Zack B (au) wrote: Obviously shouldn't have been made, never-the-less this movie is as good as it could have been. Decent performance by all, but Sellers is sorely missed.
Alexander P (au) wrote: God, they screwed this up good. Crichton's novel was brilliant, but the film version is a disgrace. Connery is perfectly cast, but the distracting inclusion of Wesley Snipes and his hip-hop gangsta baggage makes this a totally confusing, embarrassing mess. Skip it.
Armando G (jp) wrote: The passing of movie icon Christopher Lee earlier this year was very sad news, but he left us with many, many films to enjoy. He had a long and impressive career that included both the Star Wars and Lord of the Rings film series. However, his most famous role is unquestionably as Dracula in a series of movies for the British production company Hammer. When people think of Dracula, they either picture Bela Lugosi or Christopher Lee. The first film in which Lee took on the already legendary character was in 1958 with Horror of Dracula, co-starring fellow horror movie icon and superb actor Peter Cushing, and directed by Terence Fisher. When Terence Fisher, Peter Cushing, and Christopher Lee made a film together for Hammer, audiences were in for a treat.Horror of Dracula is a loose remake of Todd Browning's Dracula from 1931, and an even looser adaptation of the Bram Stoker novel. The movie begins with bright red blood dripping on Dracula's tomb. Jonathan Harker arrives at Castle Dracula in Klausenburg to work as the librarian for the Count, but he is actually a vampire hunter and protg of Dr. Van Helsing. Harker becomes trapped in the castle and succeeds in killing the Count's bride, but not Dracula himself. Dracula seeks revenge by first trying to take Harker's fianc, Lucy, for his new bride, and then Lucy's sister, Mina. Van Helsing is on Harker's trail and tries to save Lucy and Mina and put an end to the sinister vampire. Almost none of this happens in the novel. It is almost like Dracula fan fiction. It takes the already existing characters and then just makes up a different story and does what it thinks is most entertaining, and it is indeed very entertaining.Horror of Dracula was impressive when it was released because, like other Hammer horror films, it ups the ante on violence, action, and sexuality. That means that when someone gets stabbed or bitten we see blood, Dracula's bride wears a dress revealing her cleavage, and Lee plays Dracula as a dangerous seducer. This film was shot on Technicolor so the colors of the sets and costumes are rich and vivid, and red blood is especially red. All of those elements are still entertaining today, but the reason this film works, then and now, is because of its reinterpretation of Count Dracula and Dr. Van Helsing and the screen presence of Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing. Lee's tall stature of 6'5" and natural physical appearance give his Dracula a commanding and imposing presence. Lee's Dracula exudes menace. The danger and threat he poses are immediate and ever present. In one scene Lee bounds across a large dining room and over a table to pull his bride away from attacking Harker. Other versions of Dracula usually give him servants to do his bidding, but this Dracula drives his own carriage and digs a grave for Mina himself. This is a take charge, action Dracula. In other words, a this is a badass Dracula, and Christopher Lee has the talent to make it believable. The only match for a badass, action Dracula is a badass, action Van Helsing and that's what Peter Cushing gives us. He makes his first appearance in the movie wearing a very cool, very boss fur collared coat and bowler hat. We spend most of the movie with Van Helsing as he tracks down Dracula. Cushing's performance and screen presence keeps those scenes interesting and entertaining. He believably portrays Van Helsing as learned scholar and fearless vampire hunter. He springs into action too: he leaps over a railing and runs upstairs when he hears someone removed the garlic from Lucy's bedroom. The climactic confrontation between Van Helsing and Dracula does not disappoint; it's action packed and all the while Van Helsing wears his boss coat.Some people might find Horror of Dracula campy, but it is undeniably entertaining. There is great scenery and the production design does a good job at setting the mood for a Gothic vampire tale set in a far away land. Not every bit of scenery looks completely real but the hint of artificiality only adds to the fantasy element of the movie. Horror of Dracula is a fun movie from beginning to end and never gets too intense or gross so even squeamish people can enjoy the movie. The blood and horror effects are tame by today's standards but hold up pretty well. There's something for everyone to enjoy in Horror of Dracula, whether you are a horror movie buff or only watch horror movies at Halloween.
Colton D (au) wrote: King Kong is a loyal, visually stunning remake that has a great cast, but unfortunately is too glamorous, corny and long to be as great as it could have been.
Lisa T (ca) wrote: great what not to do movie