Pajama Party

Pajama Party

A Martian teenager sent to prepare for an invasion falls in love with an Earth girl.

Gogo, a Martian teenager, is sent to Earth to prepare the way for an invasion. The first Earthling he meets, one Aunt Wendy, is a rich widow who runs a dress shop catering to teenagers. Her... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pajama Party torrent reviews

Mayank F (us) wrote: with bollywood focusing on star studded films grossing more than they want..................there's a difference in a genre and it works. Interesting, cute and funny; chillar party is a pathbreaking effort to bring change in indian cinema.

Joe W (jp) wrote: I loved this film! I've watched it like 8 times! Lot of great talent music & acting wise! Vincent Piazza & John Lloyd Young both totally nailed it as Tommy DeVito & Frankie Valli!

Dave J (br) wrote: Tuesday, February 11, 2014 (2011) In/ Sight PSYCOLOGICAL MYSTERY THRILLER A young lady with multiple stab wounds gets submitted into the hospital. But before she died, an ER nurse by the name of Kaitlyn (Natalie Zea) telepathically start to inherit visions from the deceased after a defibrillator was used between them to revive her. And a portion of the movie dwells on Kaitlyn attempting to convince others about her visions while looking after her mother at the same time who has cancer leading to a twist that doesn't make much sense. Co-produced and directed by Richard Gabai making yet another movie that has already been done before, but with a much lower budget. 1 star out of 4

Peter W (es) wrote: Very original film, sort of reminded me of a Korean 48 Hours... in a strange way. Worth checking out if you enjoy K-Films.

Cameron L (us) wrote: simultaneously boring and rage-enducing.

Bjrn E (mx) wrote: Jag faller ltt fr trasiga filmer.

Tehan A (us) wrote: That makes 3 bad movies for the summer...somebody shoot me! ...worst movies of the summer 1. Transformers 2 2. Direct Contact (yes, it was better than transformers 2!) 3. G.I. Joe

Jayson G (br) wrote: I can literally imagine how bad it is; that's the downside to my mutant-like visual mind.

cli o (jp) wrote: no thanks not my thing

Shane D (ru) wrote: 1 star. 1 star for the 1 eyebrow our "wacky" lead character raises every time he attempts his ability of telekinesis. Its a boobstravaganza of epic proportions but no more or less excessive than seen in the original. It's kind of ironically hilarious but it's also completely ridiculous. Best watched with friends who appreciate the cinematic phenomena of blouses unexplainable ripping open.

Stuart K (ca) wrote: Directed by Charles Shyer (Father of the Bride (1991) and Alfie (2004)), and co-written and produced with Nancy Meyers (What Women Want (2000), The Holiday (2006) and It's Complicated (2009)). This is a very amusing comedy about the selfish yuppie generation of the 1980's, and how one change in life can make a lifetime of difference. J.C. Wiatt (Diane Keaton) is a fast-living, hard-nosed career woman working in Manhattan, she lives with investment banker Steven Buchner (Harold Ramis), but they have no time for a proper relationship. However, J.C. gets the news that she's inherited toddler Elizabeth (twins Kristina and Michelle Kennedy) from a cousin in England she hasn't seen in over 30 years. So J.C.'s life is turned upside down, which costs J.C. her job and relationship, attempts to put Elizabeth up for adoption fail. She and Elizabeth get away from it all, and move to Vermont, where J.C. starts over, and tries to make a new life. It's got some very funny moments, and Keaton puts in a hilarious performance as the career woman, whose life is turned upside down. But it is a comment on the me-me-me generation of the 1980's, and telling people to slow down and love life.

Adam B (ca) wrote: superior monster movie. Michael Moriarty is damn good, it's unfortunant his character gets shafted.

Nicholas W (nl) wrote: Few movies can tell such a great story with so few words. A perfect action movie with a clear moral message as well.

Elise P (br) wrote: This pseudo documentary is brutal & psychologically violent. It starkly expresses the polarizing political climate in America in the 70s, but it's overall themes are still highly pertinent. Shot on 16mm in documentary format it feels gritty & realistic, additionally the actors improvised dialogue & the film making blurred with the story as actors/characters got so involved in the situation. It feels reminiscent of the Stanford prison experiment. It makes the audience uncomfortable having to confront what we would do under similar circumstances. Watkins makes the audience uncomfortable & deliberately doesn't glorify the military or make any characters particularly relatable which is highly deviant from typical Hollywood/American film making, and thus provoked much controversy at the time of release. It still is powerful & resonates today to issues of police brutality, rights of free speech, the justice/injustice of war etc. This is an unflinching look at humanity and worth watching.

Doug O (it) wrote: - Richard Attenborough gives an outstanding performance as Regimental Sgt Major Lauderdale and steals every scene he(TM)s in. The movie takes place on a British Army post during a coup d(TM) (C)tat in a former African colony. Most of the action takes place in the Sergeants Mess with a terrific cast of character actors playing the sergeants and officers, but Attenborough(TM)s performance alone is reason enough to watch this movie

Cody C (mx) wrote: Karloff is great in this. Very strange, creepy movie, with a really scary shot in it that's feels about 50 years ahead of its time.

Johanna S (ag) wrote: Depressing movie from beginning to end.

Jacob R (nl) wrote: Jason Reitman's "Thank You For Smoking" is quiet an unapologetic and cut-throat political satire that needs more viewers for those reasons. I first saw the film as an assignment for a political leadership course and I was immediately hooked. The movie stars Aaron Eckhart as tobacco lobbyist Nick Naylor who's charm, charisma, and word-twisting makes him tremendously successful at his job. At every turn he does what he can against those who seek to prove the negative consequences of smoking. His biggest rival is Vermont Senator Ortolan Finistirre portrayed by William H. Macy. The Senator is pushing for a bill that would require all cigarette packages to have a skull and crossbones label that says POISON. While fighting against the proposed legislation, Naylor is a divorced man who also wants to be a good father for his son Joey (Cameron Bright) but it can be difficult given what he does. Naylor also struggles with temptation from a young journalist (Katie Holmes), bribing the original Marlboro Man turned cancer patient (Sam Elliot), and maintaining his image.With all of the conflict set in motion the film has some very clever moments that make it stand out as a masterpiece. While on a business trip with his son, Naylor cleverly explains to him how he wins arguments. He tells Joey to explain why chocolate is the preferred flavor of ice cream while Naylor defends vanilla. After Joey gives his argument Naylor says that there needs to be freedom of choice when it comes to ice cream flavors. Joey asks why he didn't make an argument for vanilla and Naylor says that he doesn't need to argue for himself because his goal is to prove Joey wrong "because if you're wrong, I'm right!" The ending takes place at a congressional hearing and I dare not give away any more.With blatant satire and strong balance of drama and some quirky comedic moments, "Thank You for Smoking" is a delightfully unscrupulous treasure to behold!

Paul B (es) wrote: As a kid, it wasn't the Vietnam war or the Green Beret that got my attention. It was an elephant.