Summer of 1963. Carson is getting married to her boyfriend so her friends Melaina, Pudge and Luanne take her to Myrtle Beach for one last irresponsible weekend. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Summer of 1963. Carson is getting married to her boyfriend so her friends Melaina, Pudge and Luanne take her to Myrtle Beach for one last irresponsible weekend.
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Shaheer N (nl) wrote: An overall very fun and well-rounded film. Need For Speed has almost (more on that later) everything a car buff would ever hope for. The casting was spot on, Aaron Paul shows that he's got the chops to go from television to film leaving the audience wanting more of him on-screen. Though the film wasn't story heavy, it still did a great job of keeping the viewer on the edge of their seat with intense chase scenes we're all used to in the Need For Speed video games. Though they had quite a lot of diversity in cars, I would have liked to see the 2014 Corvette Stingray instead of the not so pleasant looking 2015 Mustang. Besides that small nitpick, Need For Speed is fun, action-packed and well worth a trip to the theater.
Brian F (es) wrote: Not finish because error mix-up dots as bad movie. (About 3 Chapter to up.)
VoteFifthHarmony (es) wrote: Featuring a rising Kaley Cuoco and a then unknown Leighton Meester, as well as Paul Wesley, this slasher comedy is fun and enjoyable (given you don't take it too seriously).
Thomas S (es) wrote: This is the best documentary about 9/11 every one should see it. The Documenterers were trying to do one on a Rookie fire fighter and stumbled into the middle of this event. They were the only ones that captured the first plan hitting the trad center. See this to remember those that died.
Nicolas K (gb) wrote: I enjoyed this thoroughly. A story well told with a fitting cast and solid direction.
darth v (ru) wrote: A bit of a cynical take on professional football. I'm not sure why they bothered with the Miami Sharks and just didn't go with the real Miami Dolphins. It's a decent time-filler.
Ryan V (mx) wrote: A superb performance by James Woods is wasted in a movie that's not about the murder of a black civil rights leader, but is instead about the white lawyer trying the murderer years later. There's an interesting movie begging to be made about Medgar Evers, his life, and his murder. Unfortunately, Ghosts of Mississippi is not it.
Michael T (jp) wrote: Returning to that Universal 4 Movie Marathon, Cult Horror Collection which I picked up at a Blockbuster closing sale a few months, we have 1973's Sssssss. By this time in his career, Strother Martin was no longer playing in Westerns but was frequently in low budget (no budget might be a better term) horror films. He plays a kind, soft-spoken, somewhat eccentric scientist with some bizarre theories about how mankind will survive the oncoming ecological collapse. Well, the movie is pretty stupid but Martin's performance as the mad doctor is worth watching. Dirk Benedict (a few years from starring in TV's original Battlestar Gallactica and then the A-Team) plays Martin's new research assistant (what happend to the last one?) and Heather Menzies plays Martin's daughter and Benedict's love interest. I saw this one originally on BCTV's afternoon movie show when I was off sick for a good chunk of May and June; Mom was disturbed with my choice of entertainment...
Lane D (nl) wrote: Saw this at the WV Fairness conference this past weekend. Oil City, PA is just north of where my folks are and where I went to college. My grandparents had a hunting cabin just north of there so I had driven through many times. Really moved at how the conservative evangelicals in the film were finally able to embrace true Christian values and open their minds and hearts to the filmmakers and others in their community.
Andrew L (mx) wrote: Everything that this movie tried to accomplish, didn't do it all that well. Chris Pine and Bre Blair where the only ones who tried to carry this movie and they do well in their scenes. The rest of the story, introducing all of his friends and the people where he lives, is great but there could have been a bit more added. In most of the parts the story manages to get it's point across. This one is definitely worth a rent if you are a fan of Chris Pine.
Kristy P (de) wrote: I was a really big fan of Herbie when I was growing up. I don't know, something about that talking car just appealed to my inner nerd. ;) I'm sure if I watched it again now though I wouldn't be quite as enthused with it.
Buckley W (de) wrote: 2 directors...Mickey...weep...great Corman flick. Well spent $$$.