A young figure-skater becomes jealous when her brother, also a young figure-skater, falls for another young female figure-skater. She thought she was all that he needs. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A young figure-skater becomes jealous when her brother, also a young figure-skater, falls for another young female figure-skater. She thought she was all that he needs.
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Jp Q (us) wrote: This Was One Of The Worst Film's I Have Wasted 1Hr 50 Minutes Of My Time Watching I Should Have Just Wasted My Time Watching The Original Film
Amy H (fr) wrote: Initially I thought this movie was going to be very chessy after I saw the croc, but then after half an hour, this movie was not so bad! In fact, it was quite exciting and kept me very entertained and wanting to find out what happens next. Acting was a bit poor at times and so are the diolgue, but it was still manageable! And I didn't want anyone to die in this movie. A must watch.
Camille L (it) wrote: Rusty James est un film qui s'ecroule peu a peu au fur et a mesure que les rebondissements interviennent. Apres un excellent debut, Mickey Rourke apparait et on finit par s'ennuyer ferme avant une fin qui tombe comme un cheveu sur la soupe. Reste un noir et blanc fabuleux et une musique insidieuse. Matt Dillon est excellent.
Matt M (us) wrote: During World War Two, a tiny overlooked section of London called Pimlico sets up their own country after they find a hidden treasure and a professor deems it their rightful possession and Pimlico part of Burdgundy in France. Though the concept is fresh and original, the humour is undoubtedly slightly outdated. Nevertheless, the overall appeal of the film and its structure make this one of the most solid representation of the particular brand of working class satirical comedy produced by Ealing Studios.
Ian B (mx) wrote: Harrison Ford as President of the United States.Enough said.
Dee R (ag) wrote: "Creepy, funny fun for the whole family" says Rottentomatoes.Definitely found Beetlejuice screaming "NICE FUCKING MODEL!" while honking his crotch quite creepy and fun for the family, yes. His trip to that whore house was also funny.So..The movie Beetlejuice is, suprisingly, not about Beetlejuice.This well-known classic wasn't part of my childhood, unlike for most people around my age or older, but I did follow the cartoon series in the 90s. The animated Beetlejuice has always been the only version of him I've known, I used to have such a sick crush on the guy, but this year's Halloween I sat down with my family to watch the original the cartoon was based on. For the first time.I was surprised to see all the pointless sexual gestures and jokes coming from this Beetlejuice, but was even more surprised to see how he only had a few minutes of screen time and the movie had its focus on this extremely boring dead couple. I couldn't care less about these two, but I'm still not sure if that's because they really were that uninteresting or I was just disappointed by the lack of Beetlejuice in this movie called "Beetlejuice". What about that, huh.I found Beetlejuice to be the only exciting thing the movie offered. I read that Tim Burton added more of him after the test audience liked him, revealing the shocking truth he had even less screen time than he already had. It's confusing how Burton didn't make the movie about its title character to begin with. Imagine if The Lion King was about Zazu.Lydia Deetz, the only other character I really remember from the cartoon series, was just shit. I'm sure I'd be less negative if I knew the movie's Lydia before the animated one, but this woman was still less impressive than the internet made me believe.Movie Lydia is this goth girl with the blandest face in goth history, and horrible bangs, who drowns herself in self-pity till she contemplates about killing herself so she can hang out in the Netherworld, a place she knows zero about; and all of this inspired by her new, boring, dead acquaintances haunting her house. I don't remember the movie ever explaining in detail why she's sad or what her childhood was like, so her character was just stupid to me. Pathetic, almost.While she's supposed to be a goth, for some reason she's very attracted to the rosy-cheeked Hallmark card-couple, who even become her godparents at the end of the movie, levetating her into the air while she's dancing to some conga tunes. You know, the genre of music people like Lydia really enjoy.It feels like she's only attracted to this couple because they are dead, because surely their nice personality and semi-interest in her can't be the factor that swooned her over, as I remember her own father being just as nice to her, but getting no response.Obviously I prefer the cartoon series, but I'm sad that I didn't even enjoy the original enough to want to see it a second time. Cartoon Lydia is pleasant and playfully freaky, a character I'd choose over a suicidal drama queen any day.Then there's Beetlejuice himself. I understand that his downplayed personality in the cartoon can drive some fans of the original away, as there'll always be people who prefer a mean-spirited molester over a funny anti-hero, but being more crude shouldn't automatically mean it's better. The movie covered so little of Lydia and Beetlejuice, I cannot put the original on a pedestal.
Emma L (mx) wrote: Slow but intelligent follow-up, infinitely superior to the other sequels (Richard Burton aside). It was shot with surprising beauty and is impressively grand in its scale. Complaints of gore are unfounded - it has a 15 Certificate in the UK and is no bloodier than any horror fan would anticipate. There are good performances and several clever scenes and lines. Its downfall is slightly dragging, being about twenty minutes too long and perhaps leaving the real scenes of possession until the end. I agree that the Nazi storyline feels a bit of an afterthought but those scenes are well-presented. Not many films could compete with the shock-value and poignancy of the original but this is a superior entry in the saga and stands alone well.
Galvy F (kr) wrote: politics and rugby for the people. my unconquerable soul, the master of my fate, digging deep down & enduring adversity. world spectacle, being on a global stage, put South Africa & Nelson Mandela on the map and face of a nation. - RIP Nelson Mandela & Jonah Lomu.
Ciara N (kr) wrote: Judi Dench gives one of her best performances. She completely embodies her character and it shows how much she cares. Steve Coogan also gives a great performance. I was able to connect and sympathize for both characters. In my opinion, that is what makes a good movie. Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope wrote an incredible script. I loved watching every scene of this movie. It is a heartwarming tale that everyone can enjoy.
Lawson L (gb) wrote: Apes doing cool shit for 2 hours, and developing to the point that they seem very human, both in action and sentiment. And there aren't enough dumb Hollywood movie cliches to detract from it.