Twin thrill-seekers Phil and Stew Deedle are hip Hawaiian surfers shipped out to Wyoming for summer camp ... before they're expelled from school! But the duo ends up as Yellowstone park rangers and have to stop a former ranger who is out for revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Meet the Deedles
Two surfers end up as Yellowstone park rangers and have to stop a former ranger who is out for revenge.
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Robert D (ru) wrote: Freaky French sci-fi/horror film that is a cross between Invasion of the Body Snatchers, The Thing, and a Gregg Araki movie. Gory, slithery and features Fabian Wolfrom... my new favorite actor to look at. Oui, oui!
Jacob B (ca) wrote: I feel 'The Campaign' needs to push its political satire a little further in order to truly connect with its audience. But I'll let it pass for its genuinely funny moments.
nina v (es) wrote: i love this movie so so much because it is so intense and adventurous and i am a big fan of movies like that and ii also love Dylan and Thomas because they are both great actors and these roles are are just made for them.
Laura K (de) wrote: LOVEN NORA ROBERTS MOVIES...WAIT'N ON THE NEXT ONE!!
Michael K (au) wrote: Again, with the garbage continuity errors (make some direct sequels already!) and some hokey shit about the original Godzilla's bones/DNA (I thought this part of the plot was pointless garbage! especially when MechaG won't fight, SHEER STUPIDITY). Silly plot devices aside, the battle scenes were GREAT, although MechaGodzilla shouldn't have a name (KIRYU), he does look INCREDIBLE, probably the COOLEST looking one of the three MechaG's although it should have been manually piloted like MechaGodzilla 2, not this goofy (which we can lose) remote control shit!
Timothy M (kr) wrote: Complete and utter tosh. A fart of a film. So we've got an attempt by Hugh Grant to play seriously (he can do it - [i]Bitter Moon[/i] is proof positive), but instead we get this sarcastic git who I couldn't believe at any given point even when I [i]knew[/i] he was innocent. The film lacks any levity or wit or form - it's hard to believe that Tony Gilroy wrote this thing. I guess he sucked for a while there. Apted's direction is boring, and even Gene Hackman is useless. J.K. Simmons briefly brings his own brand of excellence, but it's too little too late. I'm going to assume that [i]Did You Hear About the Morgans?[/i] is the better Hugh Grant/Sarah Jessica Parker film. Surely.
Fong K (es) wrote: A bold endeavour in moviemaking to feature a movie-long philosophy-heavy conversation about an experimental theater in a forest, reasoning with insects, rebirth with a burial, the meaning of life, a hallucination during mass, Antoine de Saint-Exupery's The Little Prince, electric blankets and whatnot can be an overload of savoury insights or highfalutin applesauce.
Caitlin L (au) wrote: An interesting story. Loved the back and forth between the two of them.
Connor A (ca) wrote: This is the kind of documentary in which the subject matter provides the core driving force of the film. An absolutely fascinating insight into Robert Crumb, a very underrated and misunderstood artist and human being. But the real case of interest in this film is Robert's brother Charles, who is mentally disturbed, considered repulsive and committed suicide a year after the film was released. Watching and listening to this poor creature feels surreal; you never think people like this exist.
Carlos G (ca) wrote: Loved the book in hs and was excited when it hit big screen. Much inaccuracies drains all the goodness for me. Typical Hollywood would do that.
Jayakrishnan R (es) wrote: 51%Saw this on 16/8/16Sphere had a lot of potential, its first half was really entertaining because it had good sci-fi elements, but it falls prey to the then recent shortlived trend of space horror. After a point the film merely lauches scenes that are simply meant for creating shock. Not only does it leave the sci-fi off but it's final resolution makes it all the more similar to 2001 Space Odyssey. However, in its good moments, it showed skills of potent psychological thrillers.
Christopher S (kr) wrote: I guess I must be missing something, because I found director John Huston's swan song to be an incredibly boring experience. It's sitting through an uneventful dinner party with some very dull and annoying people - and that's pretty much it, the emotions and interactions are all so slight and genteel as to be complete devoid of any form of drama. It's well made and well acted, but there's absolutely nothing here to recommend. A major disappointment.