A prequel to the critically acclaimed series featuring Jerri Blank, a 46-year-old ex-junkie, ex-con who returns to high school in a bid to start her life over. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Strangers with Candy
A prequel to the critically acclaimed series featuring Jerri Blank, a 46-year-old ex-junkie, ex-con who returns to high school in a bid to start her life over.
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David Dhanvantari T (fr) wrote: Dumb people falling down does not make anything funny, especially at Christmas.
Jim H (ag) wrote: A German-Jewish philosopher covers the Eichmann trial and garners fury for her reporting.It's quite rare to highlight philosophers and their work because it's difficult to raise academic concerns to the level of high drama. This film succeeds because it's a smart film for smart people -- people who can understand Arendt's concept of the "banality of evil." But it doesn't fully commit to its trust in the audience. While we get to see elements of the Eichmann trial from newsreel footage, we don't get inside the process of Arendt's observations. What about Eichmann led her to re-form how we think about morality and evil? Where does she see it, and how can the film show us her evidence?The performances are all strong in a steely-eyed, hyper-intellectual way but without much vulnerability from any of the characters.Overall, this is a strong, intelligent film.
Triss N (br) wrote: this movie has some of the worst special effects I've ever seen in a movie
Brenna V (us) wrote: I love this movie and I can't stop watching it! romance, crime, action, comedy and f course dancing!
Jason F (fr) wrote: This movie well and truly fucked me up when I first saw it as a wee lad!
Shawn W (au) wrote: A drifter in a new global ice age seeks revenge after his brother (and own wife) are rubbed out from a high stakes game of Quintet, the rules of which are never explained. Newman helps this but Altman sinks a good story with a plodding pace.
Tyler D (ca) wrote: Jeremy Davies is awesome. That is all.
robert c (nl) wrote: my dad's suggestions
David M (au) wrote: Animated movie based on the Frank Miller comic of the same name, which explores Batman's first year as a costumed vigilante in Gotham city just as Detective Jim Gordon also moves to the city.Without having read the comic, I can't verify the information, but I have heard that this is almost a direct port from panel to screen. It's also interesting to see the influence the comic (and, presumably, this) had on the more recent Christopher Nolan 'Batman Begins', with one sequence in particular copied almost whole-sale to that movie!
Chris S (gb) wrote: Great cast! But who could honestly turn down Ginnifer Goodwin?! Drew Barrymore's character and all the interview scenes could have been taken out, but it had a lot of charming appeal as a whole.
Jonathan G (ca) wrote: I happened to see this in the theaters more than 15 years ago and it is still almost as spooky and gripping of a tale as the first time I watched it. It came out right before the Sixth Sense and has a lot of similar situations, just on a more scary level.