Cady Heron is a hit with The Plastics, the A-list, popular, crude, and beautiful clique headed by Regina George with Gretchen and Karen. But when Cady falls for Regina';;s ex-boyfriend Aaron Samuels, though, the Queen Bee is stung - and she schemes to destroy Cady';;s social future. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Cady Heron is a hit with The Plastics, the A-list girl clique at her new school, until she makes the mistake of falling for Aaron Samuels, the ex-boyfriend of alpha Plastic Regina George.
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Mark W (kr) wrote: In 1995 a young Edward Burns came onto the film scene with independent, family drama The Brothers McMullen and followed it up with equally impressive films like She's The One and Sidewalks of New York. Not everyone took notice but those that did began to compare Burns' writing and directing style to that of fellow New Yorker Woody Allen (without the neurosis). However, after his crime drama Ash Wednesday in 2002 people seemed to stop taking notice and Burns' directorial efforts disappeared from the limelight. He was still making films and even though I was a big admirer of his earlier stuff, even I had forgotten all about his more personal projects... until this one landed in my lap.The Fitzgerald's are a big Irish-American family that have no shortage of problems. There are seven siblings who all look out for one another but when their estranged father wants to return home for Christmas after walking out 20 years ago, the siblings (and their mother) all have to work through their feelings and resentment towards him. Those going into this expecting a happy family Yuletide event will certainly not get what they're expecting. As far as Christmas films go this one isn't filled with much cheer. In fact, the only reason it seems to be set around Christmas time is solely to stage an event where all the characters are forced to come together. It's a dysfunctional family drama that, once again, showcases Burns' astute eye and ear for natural characters and dialogue. With a plethora of different personalities onscreen, Burns makes it look effortless as he affords everyone the time and space to grow and develop their roles and crafts a impressive and sensitively handled ensemble piece.In his impressively handling of the narrative strands and personal problems of his characters, Burns never forces anything. He lets the flawed individuals speak for themselves and he's aided by a solid cast that bring just the right amount of humour and heartbreak to proceedings without ever resorting to sentimentality.Family dynamics has been the forte of Edward Burns' writing over the years and it would seem that he still has plenty to say on the matter. This may not be as solid as his debut but it's a perceptive piece nonetheless and Burns' continual independent filmmaking is deserving of a bigger audience. Like I say, it's not the holiday cheer you might expect but also not a depressant either. It finds itself neatly under the mistletoe with a welcome embrace and a reminder that forgiveness can make a huge difference. Mark Walker
Nicol M (gb) wrote: Ok...it's not perfect but at least it's a new interesting story about zombie and apocalypse world. Great performance of Sharlto Cooper who performed a man without memory.
Fernando V (gb) wrote: Muito bom. Lida bem com a tenso Cor (C)ias Norte-Sul e (C) um timo jogo de gato e rato.
gary t (jp) wrote: wow umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a pretty good movie 2 watch...its got a really good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie...i think that the director of this Drama, Art House & International movie had done a really good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie...this is a really good Drama, Art House & International movie 2 watch its got a good director behind this movie...its a really good Drama, Art House & International movie
Christopher N (mx) wrote: Watching a supposed ancestor's story on TV. Blackbeard: Terror at Sea. (2006)
Queenella K (jp) wrote: great story that was inspired by a true family story. Love the courage of Gracie to try and play for his brother in the soccer team.
Lex J (jp) wrote: It isn't about me, it isn't about you, and I don't know people like these. I am an engineer, and I created a life that is far from an artist's, even if I do have the heart of one.However, these people almost seem indulgent. They stalk people they desire, they meet perverted strangers from the Internet, they pay attention to lonely boys much older than they are.For what, I say? These are all decent-looking human beings, with decent salaries, decent houses, decent houses. They're indulging in pain, throwing themselves in its path, as if it is beautiful.Pain is not beautiful.
Chris D (au) wrote: i just cannot watch anything with schwimmer, and take it seriously.
Kimberly A (es) wrote: As a movie it was made well, but I had to take off points because all I kept thinking was, "It's really sick that anyone would do this to little boys.", "Why is it a good thing to recall this part of history?", and "This guy sings like Sarah Brightman, and I just cannot comprehend why any woman would find this reasonably sexy..."
Isabelle W (ru) wrote: Viva o cinema asitico. Yimou Zhang um timo diretor.
bill s (it) wrote: Eastwood's love of Jazz flows out here and Whitaker proves a wonderful muse.
Patrick C (br) wrote: An interesting premise gets lost in a poorly connected story. The sad thing is that there are tons of great character actors in this film. It could have been so much more. However, one can only take so many meaningless deaths before you begin to wonder if you should bother watching the rest.
Bjrn M (gb) wrote: Is this "Free Willy" only from the 60's?
Bill B (us) wrote: Filling in further gaps in my Cary Grant viewing, this film was quite a surprise for me, as I finally saw something of a feminine allure in young Katharine Hepburn, which had never happened up to this point.She really shines as the tomboy-ish younger sister of Doris Nolan, who immediately finds herself charmed by Grant's unorthodox nature.Well worth a rental.
Jay M (gb) wrote: "The plot was simplistic, & most likely predictable for a viewer that tries to predict a movie; but bored I was not. A thumb up from me."Driven by fear Abigail Clayton would rather live completely alone then be used & abused as a pawn; only child & heiress to her father's fortune & empire she escapes the eyes of the world on her eighteenth birthday by going into complete reclusiveness in one of Manhattans richest sides of town. Shortly after the death of her elderly neighbor her time of remaining that way will be coming to an end.