Terry the Tomboy

Terry the Tomboy

Terry the Tomboy centers around a confident, bacon-loving and shower-deficient tomboy whose summer goal is to win the county fair pie-eating contest. After meeting her new neighbor Brett (Charlie Depew, The Amazing Spiderman), she isn’t so interested in pie anymore and realizes the worst thing has happened — she’s a tomboy who has fallen in love.

A visit to the doctor confirms that the worst has happened: Terry is crushing on her new neighbor Brett. With help from her best friend and not-so-secret admirer, Duncanty, Terry attempts ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Thomas W (au) wrote: A follow-up feature documentary to the (superior) 2010 war doc Restrepo, author-director Sebastian Junger uses more compiled footage from that film to give audiences another glimpse of war and life in a ravaged Afghanistan. While never denying that these men are brave individuals, it presents an interesting contrast between what some of these men have taken from their war experiences. While this isn't as potent as Restrepo simply because the story has been told before, Korengal -- the name of an important Afghan valley -- sets a different pace and doesn't come across as desperate as the first as the audience is fully aware all of these men survive. Most men relate their video-game euphoria while shooting or killing the enemy to the camera saying they did what war required (all being "fine" with it and some wanting to return) while one soldier -- Brendan O'Byrne -- gives a truly haunting monologue worried whether or not God does truly forgive for killing in war. The truth is -- man can say it is so -- but we can say a lot of things. O'Byrne was the bright spot in this documentary. His shuddering sober fear resonated louder than any machine gun fired in Korengal. All of these men are brave; but I'll give it to O'Byrne for being a bit braver to utter what some don't want to hear.

Anders A (br) wrote: A salute to the wrecking horror of Grindhouse. Somewhat unorthodox in the vein of Taratino, though its suppose to be and it is different to some extent. The dialogue bit works fine, the acting is fine, though the story itself is rather hollow and not all-in-all well glued.

Ryan C (us) wrote: pretty bad but so bad i want to keep watching but at least the first was better no point for this

Owais H (ca) wrote: Rani has the matiest part of the three and the best dialogue esp...'15 saal bhi kaafi nahi hai'...though not one oof her better performance still a good one to be remembered

J K (br) wrote: These people have watched too many Gene Kelly movies.

Kip D (jp) wrote: This movie is incredible. "Look at me like a person for two seconds!"

Nicole P (au) wrote: Love this movie. The title says it all

Steph K (it) wrote: Lameness. The story was pretty boring, and the movie.. pretty much just as boring...

tina s (jp) wrote: loved the movie. Liv Ullman was wonderful and Kiefer was great for his first movie.

Andres M (it) wrote: a movie that every film lover should see.Rocha depicts reality beatiful music combine with soft samba music.this is an essential piece of Brazilian filmmaking

Riley H (it) wrote: There are a couple great lines. Otherwise I was bored. But it was well made and I can't really fault it for being what it is. It is an above average movie for its time, just not my type at all.

Gordon S (br) wrote: Some friends are just friends. Others you get to see naked......LOL

Sabrina S (gb) wrote: The soundtrack was excellent