A romantic comedy full a refreshing global perspective, SIDEWALLS is director Gustavo Taretto's clever and moving ode to the modern people and urban landscape of Buenos Aires. Martin is a neurotic web designer taking baby steps out of the isolation of his one-room apartment and his virtual reality. Mariana is an artist fresh out of a a long relationship. Her head is a mess, just like the apartment where she takes refuge. Martin and Mariana are perfect for each other-- they live in the same street, in opposite buildings, but they never meet. Can the movement of a modern city of three million people bring them together?

Martín and Mariana are slightly damaged people who live in buildings just opposite one another. While they often don't notice each other, separation might be the very thing that brings them together. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Lora R (it) wrote: Watchable, but cannot be compared to the first 3 Home Alone movies.

Patrick M (ag) wrote: I'm going to start off positive. John Francis Daly and Anna Kendrick were decent in their respective roles. Ana Gasteyer and Rob Corddry can be funny with the right material. I enjoy Ken Jeong on "Community." And while I'm not familiar with Tom Lennon outside of "@Midnight" or what (thankfully) little I've seen of "Reno 9-1-1", he's a capable entertainer.That said, this is one of the worst movie I have ever seen. Ever. In the history of film. Ever. I can't imagine a movie, a comedy no less, being any worse than this. If there was a rating lower than "no stars", I'd give it. With some movies I don't like or get largely negative reviews, I can find some redeeming qualities. Even Kangaroo Jack had Christopher Walken.The premise is promising enough: Post-Rapture life for people who didn't make it into Heaven. Wackiness and apathy ensues. The shouting Locusts, Gasteyer being sent back to Earth, a Zombie in denial about his state of un-being were all worth a few chortles. That's pretty much it.At no point does the movie improve or make me laugh out loud. Outside of those played by Kendrick, Daly, Lennon (who had the benefit of not doing much) and Jeong (who wasn't in it very long), I wanted to take a blowtorch to every character in the film. None of them were funny, least of all Craig Robinson as Earl/Anti-Christ/Beast/That really annoying, not-at-all-funny character. They were all written to be incredibly stupid, or jerks, or perverts, or annoying or some combination thereof, and took those "traits" up to 11. It was all about getting shock laughs rather than putting any effort or heart into the humor, or story. This is lazy writing, and even lazier comedy. Biblical inaccuracies I can forgive, but sub-par comedy? Hell no.Is there something lower than zero stars? Dirt? Can we go with dirt? Okay, so...I give this movie one dirt.I kid, I kid. In all seriousness, this film couldn't make it's way to half-a-dirt.

Justin J (fr) wrote: FA horrible, unfunny movie. Tries too hard to be funny and fails. Avoid, MAYBE watch if you and your friends are bored to death and need to kill an hour and a half.

Jackson M (ag) wrote: The best of the series

Jacob F (kr) wrote: It's great fun except when it tries too hard to be funny: camp is very hard to get right on purpose and this film gets it right most of the time, only pulling a few muscles in a few scenes. Ambrose is great.

Shawn W (au) wrote: Urban decay prompts a Philadelphia deli operator to form a neighbourhood citizen patrol that takes the offensive with thugs. Pretty realistic, right down to the mayor frowning on such activity when he feels the man threatens him politcally.

Kevin D (es) wrote: ass to ass. Poor Robert Picardo. Between this and Star Trek: Voyager, his career has been through some indignities

Jim A (ca) wrote: Before his days as the notorious "Arthur", Dudley Moore broke into the comedy scene playing George Webber in this slapstick comedy about a man suffering from a midlife crisis. Julie Andrews plays "Sam", George's girlfriend whom he has grown tired of because of her age... not to mention his own. In steps Bo Derek's "Jenny", whom George falls head over heels for at first sight. What follows is a hilarious adventure in which George not only tries to pursue Jenny, but also attempts to keep things with Sam intact, all the while being intercepted by George's reckless driving, his tooth cavities, his neighbor's wild orgies, a bartender named Don, an insecure girl named Mary Lewis, smoldering hot beaches, and last but not least, George's weakness for Brandy.I personally enjoy Dudley Moore's escapades in 10 far greater than those in Arthur, if not only because the character of George Webber is so much farther down to Earth. When George is drunk, he's not having the arrogant and annoying theme park ride that the obnoxiously rich Arthur does. Instead, the alcohol impedes his every action, which is far more amusing in my opinion. Although I must state that Bo Derek's presence is greatly overrated, as her character has very little screen time but still manages to steal the attention from Julie Andrews, who is obviously a much more talented actress. 10 manages to bring me back to a time when the physical comedy of the three stooges was still funny. That sort literal slapstick humor is meshed with the blissful irony of a Coen Brothers tale, and the result is overwhelmingly entertaining. I could agree how some will argue this movie is boring, but the funny parts more than make up for the slow ones.

Clint S (jp) wrote: i liked the fx, the story sucked and was a boring go between for the gruesomeness.

Denise A (au) wrote: looks very interesting!!!

John A (ca) wrote: This Short TV Movie, Features A Mediocre Story, That's Realistic, With The Film's Atmosphere And Cast Performances, Which Makes This A Believable Horror/Thriller. A Young Couple Move Into A New House, Where Small Demon Creatures Live Inside The Walls. They Come Out At Night Because They Want The Soul Of Sally (Kim Darby, True Grit). This TV Flick Is Certainly Inspirational And At Some Points Haunting, With Some Decent Effects. Jim Hutton's Performance As The Husband Is Great. The Husband Has A Hostility About His Character Which Encourages Disaster, The Couple's Relationship Is The Kind That Would Later Be Seen In The Shining (1980), Between Jack Nicholson & Shelley Duvall. A Great But Often Forgot About Classic.

David B (kr) wrote: Excellent art direction and a strong performance by Vincent Price in this, cult film director Roger Corman last in his Edgar Alan Poe cycle. Shot at Shepperton Studios in London it seems a bit set bound