Romy and Michele's High School Reunion

Romy and Michele's High School Reunion

Two not-too-bright party girls reinvent themselves for their high school reunion. Armed with a borrowed Jaguar, new clothes and the story of their success as the inventors of Post-It notes, Romy and Michele descend on their alma mater, but their fa├žade crumbles quickly.

Two women get into a lot of trouble when they go to their high school reunion and lie about their lives after twelfth grade. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Romy and Michele's High School Reunion torrent reviews

Brendan N (ru) wrote: i liked the single location the most and being a always sunny in Philadelphia fan, i found this funny and what indie filmmaking is all about

Alexander L (jp) wrote: The Angry Video Game Nerd the Movie reviewFive years. It's been five years since Angry Video Game Nerd fans were first gifted with the knowledge that James Rolfe, the Angry Video Game Nerd, would make a feature length film starring his seminal internet sensation. And today fans who missed their chances at a theatrical screening were given the chance to get the digital release of this film. So did it live up to five years of anticipation? Yeah. Yeah it kinda did. I mean, I tried to keep my expectations at a minimum considering that this was an incredibly low budget film and was very much a celebration of those old rubber suit monster movies. And in that regard, it succeeded in being absolutely insane. The miniatures were often incredibly obvious (especially the vehicles) and that was all part of the fun. The giant monster is just wonderfully silly and the climactic ending of this creature was... beautifully nonsensical (though I did think the thing that would stop it was going to be the Nerd's review of ET)But enough about the effects. It's the Nerd. And that's the main thing to talk about. This was the Nerd's story of his relationship and changing view of his fans. In this film, the Nerd's fans demand he reviews ET: The Extra Terrestrial, often considered one of the all time worst games if not the worst. The Nerd's actual review of this game is played over the credits, leaving the movie to tell the story of the alien conspiracy surrounding the ET game. The movie explores the Nerd's relationship with bad games and how they connect people and the fans. And James Rolfe, of course, is killer as the Nerd, continuing to give the quality of entertainment we the fans have come to expect from the Angry Video Game Nerd. He created this character and embodies him as a man who really has been doing this for years. His frustration at the entirely psychotic situation the poor Nerd finds himself in is just such fun to watch and the ending is a wonderful high note.The supporting cast, for the most part, are equally good. Personal favorite is Stephen Mendel, who played Splinter in a Ninja Turtles TV series, as General Dark Onward. And yes, he is as silly as his name suggests. Helena Barrett and Jeremy Suarez get great laughs as Sergeant McButter and Cooper respectively while Sarah Glendening as the leading lady is a good character, especially in her scenes with the Nerd, but her final fight with McButter was a bit disappointing (though the reference to Ninja Turtles 3 at the end of it was hilarious, but needed explaining within the film for those who were not in on the joke). The various cameos were hilarious and fantastic Doug Walker's being fun though a bit disappointingly short with me wishing the Critic had a part similar to the Nerd's during To Boldly Flee and Justin Carmichael's appearance eliciting a quick sad moment in the light of his suicide earlier this year.But is this a movie that will service for an introduction to the Angry Video Game Nerd? I don't think it is. This movie is undoubtedly for the fans of the Nerd. This is a film for the kind of people who would have joined the Nerd in the desert at a landfill to celebrate an absolutely godawful video game. And in that regard, this is an unparalleled success. The Nerd's best introduction is still in the youtube videos he is so famous for and that started Rolfe's career. Rolfe has created the great fanservice, not only by making a movie but by reviewing ET the video game in that movie. For those of us who have been there watching the Nerd for the last few years, celebrating each horrible game that he reviews, enjoying him tear apart games that made him angry and making us happy with them, this is THE movie we've been waiting for. And for Nerd fans this is an easy 9/10. Those of us not in on the joke, you'd do well to start with the Nerd's original videos and understand the character and the wonders of the Nerd before watching this film. Then watch it the way I watched it: as a fan. If you're not a Nerd fan, this film is not bad at all, but also not something you'll truly love. But for me? 9/10. High recommendation for Nerd fans and for those who are not? You don't have to stay away, but honestly don't start here.

Jeff D (es) wrote: Undisputed II is that rare direct-to-video movie that's worth watching. Director Isaac Florentine relies on real martial arts experts as opposed to cheating with quick cuts. Undisputed II smartly focuses on just combat and it succeeds on every level.

Jeff N (au) wrote: By far one of the funniest movies that I've ever seen.

Barry P (gb) wrote: Paul Giammatti is wonderful in this film. The Ned & Stacy guy is also well cast as the jerk. A nice comeuppance morality tale. Never was able to work out where the name comes doubt a viticulture reference I don't get...

Bailey P (ca) wrote: It would have been a good movie if the ending wasn't such a disaster.

Clement L (au) wrote: A brilliant rare film from Fellini which turns out to be an angry love letter to music, or even to the creation of art. Through a rehearsal of an indisciplined orchestra and disrespected conductor, the film represses Fellini's outrage to the degrading of humanity and his confidence to the importance of art between people. It's bitterly humourous in Fellini's magic-neorealistic approach. Brava to the maestro!

Cameron M (us) wrote: Though the animation is at times inconsistent, Balto packs a lot of heart into its characters and story which more than makes up for any minor flaws.

Johnny B (kr) wrote: Surprisingly a lot of fun.

Valeree J (it) wrote: This is one of my favorite go-to comfy movies when I'm looking for something I've seen before and is guaranteed not to disappoint. Fun, highly visual film that is more about the experience of seeing and hearing it than about deep plots- it's sort of the Power Rangers of thriller movies.

Dax S (kr) wrote: A great turnaround for the Die Hard series.

JuanKa P (fr) wrote: Parminder Nagra (Jessminder) es una chica que tiene una pasin inagotable por el ftbol y conoce a Jules (Keira Knightley) que la llevar a entrenarse en un equipo de ftbol femenino. El problema es que Jessminder viene de una familia india tradicionalista, que quieren para su hija un presente y un futuro mucho ms acorde a sus tradiciones. En ese ambiente, la rebelda y alegria de Jess le llevarn a vivir divertidas ancdotas y a enamorarse de su DT. La directora se esfuerza con acierto por mostrar los choques culturales que ocurren entre India e Inglaterra en torno al ftbol.