Orz Boyz

Orz Boyz

More than just naughty, they play tricks on classmates, tease girls at school, fight with other boys, and lie to everyone until their teacher breaks down. They are named Liar No. 1 and Liar No. 2. The most important act planned in their life is to go to the mysterious water park, where they can leap through the portal at the end of the water slide to the fairy-tale world OZ and live as grown-ups happily ever after. However, the commitment is torn by a careless betrayal.

More than just naughty, they play tricks on classmates, tease girls at school, fight with other boys, and lie to everyone until their teacher breaks down. They are named Liar No. 1 and Liar... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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David D (de) wrote: As a big fan of the Office I was looking forward to this film. It just about works but I can't imagine non-fans getting much out of it. One or two funny moments only. I enjoyed the songs though.

Iigo A (nl) wrote: Extravagant, provocative, innovative and surrealistic movie, however misses the main point, it's just boring.

Michael C (de) wrote: Overall an interesting horror film. Kind of predictable, but it had its charm

Britton D (it) wrote: Streaming Spotlight Movie Review: Bottle ShockThe lesser known of the two movies made about wine from the 2000's. Bottle Shock starring Chris Pine, Alan Rickman, Bill Pullman, Rachael Taylor, Freddy Rodriquez, and directed by Randall Miller. The film is based on the true story of a 1976 blind tasting competition between French and California wines. Bottle Shock focuses its story on one California vineyard in particular owned by Bill Pullman's character Jim Barrett who is helped by his son Bo played by Chris Pine. They are a struggling financially and without producing a successful wine for the season Jim will have to sell the vineyard. Enter the British wine enthusiast played by the late great Alan Rickman who offers to put California wines up against the vaunted French. Rickman's character, Steven Spurrier doesn't really think the California wines have a chance, but he's surprised by how good the wine is in California. Bottle Shock is a simple light fun movie. There isn't much depth to its story, but the film does try and add more to its characters. It's about the romance of making wine along with the desire to do something with your life. Jim Barrett left a law firm to buy a winery and make wine. He knows what he is doing, but there is always a hint of him being lost in the process. Bo is a hippy who is still lost in the sixties, and doesn't want to grow up. Rachael Taylor plays the girl interest for Pine and Freddy Rodriquez, and adds love triangle element to the story. She is probably the least developed character, but still plays the role well. I could have probably done without this story element, but it doesn't hurt the movie either. Rickman's character Spurrier wants to prove he belongs in the wine circles in France and sees the competition as a way to become established. Most of the characters have something to prove to either themselves or the outside world, and while it might be a tad clich, I found the story and characters engaging. All of the actors in the roles do a fantastic job. Pine might seem out of place playing the hippy, but he does it well. There is a great scene with him going to a country club to ask for money from his mother and is beautifully awkward. Alan Rickman stands out above everyone, because of who he is. He plays the pompous British wine snob to perfection. There is a hint of his inner goodness throughout the film though. He has the faade of being a snob, but in the end you can't help but like his character. I can watch this movie over and over simply because Rickman is in it and how well he acts in the role. The film is worth a watch at least once just to see him perform. Don't get me wrong he's not playing Macbeth, but he just does a great job. Pine and Rickman are the two standouts in the film for me, but Rodriquez does a good job with his part and adds an interesting Mexican-American element to the story. It might be a little heavy handed at times, but I still enjoyed it. The entire story might be a little on the nose overall, but with its light fun tone, it doesn't worry about making big statements with its characters. The backdrop and setting of the film is another reason why I enjoyed it so much. Setting the film in Napa Valley is fantastic. The characters travel around the valley quite a bit and why wouldn't you use this as an excuse to shoot the fantastic scenery. Along with the scenery I found the musical score in the movie added to the tone of the film. I liked that Spurrier had a nice little French theme to go along with him, and Bo a rock. Then with the sweeping shots of the valley you get an appropriate musical score to accompany them. The score just added a bit more enjoyment to the light hearted good natured movie. The only issue I have with the movie is that the pacing is a little off. It probably is about ten to fifteen minutes too long, and some scenes could have been cut to speed up time. They could have cut out the love triangle aspect and it would have sped up the pacing. The ending has one too many scenarios, and while parts of each story are probably true, the film could have cut back on one and it would have streamlined the ending of the film. Even with these problems I have watched Bottle Shock numerous times. I'll stop and watch if I catch it on television at any point and watch until the conclusion. For me Bottle Shock is an enjoyable fun film based on true life events. I think it is worth watching, and if you have Amazon Prime you can stream it as part of their video service at the moment.

Adam R (gb) wrote: An intimate documentary with an appropriate soundtrack that any Nirvana fan will appreciate. (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)

Corinne D (gb) wrote: Very eye-opening and quite humorous as well.

Mr N (nl) wrote: Knocked Up is well acted, directed and very funny. It is funny but also filled with heart and it does tackle a pretty touchy subject but it delivers well.

Shuug M (au) wrote: Revenge is a dish best served cold.....

Duncan K (kr) wrote: It's truly mind-boggling to try and understand why so many assholes take an idea from a good movie to make disgustingly terrible sequels and spin-offs.

James C (de) wrote: This just might be the worst Hellraiser film to have been released. The film centers around a journalist who stumbles upon a cult of non-dead people. Let's just say that Pinhead wants them dead.. Such a waste of space on your DVD rack or in your computers hard drive.

Heather K (br) wrote: If someone made a film of an Italo Calvino novel, it would resemble this film.

Mike B (ru) wrote: this is a great movie! coming from a sailor, I loved it!

Ian C (es) wrote: Came back to rerate this better after rewatching it. Although it can be a little draggy, I guess its an epic type of movie, and it recreates the period of colonial French rule in Vietnam pretty well, without the over the top hollywood budgets at that. The young officer's brief fling with Denueve seems unnecessary in hindsight, though, as it did not develop deeply enough to become significant, while not adding much to the plot too. Good complement to The Quiet American.

Dave S (au) wrote: Full star treatment for a movie I've watched so often I've lost count. Great characters, great humour. The scene with Burt and Heather in the basement is one of my favourites. Surprised they haven't got the original cast (those who survived) back together.

Antonio T (it) wrote: Tan simple y tan poderosa.

Wrik S (nl) wrote: beautiful scenery but that clearly doesnt cover up for a good story line or a good set of dialogue delivery opportunities..

Susan W (gb) wrote: I bought the film (DVD) for my mom.

Greg W (mx) wrote: good crime caper pic not really noir

Olaine B (jp) wrote: awesome action packed movie

Jos M (au) wrote: Por momentos repulsivo y a la vez destrenillante.