The Beach Girls

The Beach Girls

School is out, and three girls head to the beach for vacation. Two of the girls are world-wise party-goers who attempt to loosen up their naive, virginal friend, whose uncle has allowed the girls to stay at his beach house. When the near-sighted, drug smuggling Captain Bly dumps his cargo of marijuana, the bales wash up on shore. The two party girls, Ginger and Ducky, quickly stuff the dope into giant bags and spirit it back to the beach house, where it fuels a party with assorted misfits, delivery persons, and passersby.

The sex comedy is about two young girls, Ginger and Ducky, organizing wild parties on a beach house owned by their friend's uncle during their summer getaway. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Joetaeb D (au) wrote: While it's attempts to closely follow the events of the books in it's own way are respectable enough, as well as a talented young cast, Diary of a wimpy kid fails to gain the charm that it aims for.

Alex N (ru) wrote: I don't get why people don't like this.This is a solid, quality, funny movie.Anyone who honestly takes offense to this must've been dropped on their head as a baby.

Phil T (br) wrote: Thought this was going to be a bit like the Russian 'Outlander', and it even had a trailer for that at the start. However, it's more in a Conan/LOTR fantasy mould if pressed to draw parallels.Bit surprising to have this kind of fantasy film to come out of Russia but the visuals, as with many recent Russian productions, are mostly excellent and lend themselves very well to the tone. The pacing is a bit up and down and some of the battle scenes, whilst engaging, are a bit messy. On the whole, though, I would say I was more entertained than 3 stars suggests.

Connie H (jp) wrote: Stephen Fry plays Oscar Wilde in this lovely movie. Shortly after Oscar marries his wife, Constance, he discovers that he is gay with a little help from one of Constance's relatives played by Michael Sheen. as the movie goes on Oscar finds younger and younger men to be his lovers so he can feel younger. He eventually ends up with Jude Law's character who treats him like crap but whom Oscar can not fall out of love with no matter how he tries. Oscar even goes to jail for his relationship with Jude's character.

Paul Z (gb) wrote: This is a "comedy" that pairs two of the funniest, fieriest Jewish comedians alive. It is about a bickering married couple that works out all their marital problems during a trip to the mall. Sounds great! Get to work. Wait. What is this? This is crap! Fix it! What? You can't? You already filmed it with a second-rate crew in just the past couple of days? What the hell is wrong with you?!I can understand it if Paul Mazursky wasn't as successful as one would think with this film because he didn't want to make the screwball comedy that everyone would expect, but what is so pathetic about this is that there are many moments where the film truly does believe it is being funny, such as the scenes with the irritating mime.Like most modern marriages, after about half an hour you might really want to reconsider your vows with this film, because although it starts blandly enough, you still feel that you can expect the laughs to start piling up, but they never ever do. Not once. Bette and Woody aren't even very good. What do they have with which to work? They can't spark off of one another in spite of generally giving as much as they can to these two-dimensional characters.Overall, this is quite an unnecessary film, a contrived effort to cash in, but with no juices at all except the anticipation of having Bette and Woody in the same film. It's almost unbelievable how bad it is. I understand if one does not trust the almost unanimous bashing this film gets until one actually sees it, because I am guilty of this. Woody Allen, as a writer and director, has never made a bad film. Even his worst film is twice as good if not more than this waste of talent.

Taylor W (es) wrote: Good movie , love the cast .

Steve M (jp) wrote: Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible ManStarring: Bud Abbott and Lou CostelloDirector: Charles Lamont When Bud and Lou, a pair of rookie detectives (Abbott and Costello), are hired to helping a boxer who has been falsely accused of murdering his coach, they soon find their client is harder to spot than clues: The desperate man drinks an experimental invisibility potion to avoid being captured by the police, and he then proceeds to help them set up a frame to unmask the real killers. This film has some great comedy routines in it, with the best of them involving boxing--such as when Costello is supposedly boxing a prize fighter but it's the invisible man who is landing the punches. Unfortunately, the material that gets us from one gag to the next is rather dull. This is the first Abbott and Costello film I've watched where I found myself reaching for other things to do while it was running. (I must add, though, that the special effects were well done, particularly the one where the invisible man is driving a car.) "Abbott and Costello Meet Invisible Man" isn't exactly a bad movie, but I was expecting more from it. I think those who have seen other A&C horror spoofs will, too. I recommend saving this one until you've seen the rest, or maybe just skipping it all together.

Joel A (de) wrote: A masterful thriller centering around a Professor who is betrayed by his closest friends and his major theories are stolen. He then approaches them publicly & he is slapped & humiliated.Now redundant in his career he becomes a clown in the Paris Circus & plans revenge. As a relationship blossoms between the clown a circus girl so does an opportunity to have revenge.Directed so well by Swedish Turned Hollywood Filmmaker Victor Seastrom for MGM in 1924. The themes explored in the film are fascinating & final moments in the film with a Lion are both tense & memorable.

Carlton R (br) wrote: Lovely story about the romance between an older woman and a younger man, this is Rock Hudson at his best, Jane Wyman is also fantastic and has such screen presence

Richard D (it) wrote: I have had kind of a long journey to the conclusion that I don't really like Kevin Smith. I think "Clerks" is a good film, somewhat despite of, but also somewhat because of its artlessness. Smith has a tendency to overwrite his dialogue to the point that all of his characters just sound like him talking. In the cheap, staginess of "Clerks", this is almost a virtue. In "Chasing Amy", it's not. I wish I could say that's the only problem I have with the film, but it's not. First, I have plausibility issues. Smith wants me to buy that Affleck's character is such a catch that he actually turns lesbians straight. He hasn't created a character that's really got any attractive qualities, so I'm basically asked to take on faith that a fairly likeable and attractive young lesbian would throw away everything that has mattered up until now to date a close-minded average Joe who never listens to anything she says to him. It could happen I guess. That kind of points to my larger issue. The film seems to exist to justify that massive shortcomings of it's bland suburban jerk characters by being minimally tolerant of gay people, while simultaneously not taking their sexual orientation even minimally seriously. Given the way Smith writes, I can't help feeling that the film exists to let me know that Smith is okay with "the gays".

Jude P (au) wrote: The story is not new but based on actual events though, Pacino - Depp co.. keep us in the edge. Suffice to say one of the best of all Classic mob movies.

Judie P (de) wrote: It was just ok. It took me 4 times to make it all the way to the end.

Jamie B (ag) wrote: For some reason, I always imagined that this film was a mockumentary (no idea why)... it's fiction, but nonetheless a cleverly funny satire.

Ariel Z (nl) wrote: If you have some background this is an interesting documentary, but I agree it is too nice with the americans