Sam has a problem with his roommates: they are disgusting, and don't seem to share his views on responsibility, privacy, and basic hygine. Such is his discomfort with his living arrangements that he agrees to share the occupancy of another flat: he gets two nights a week, the owner (a sleazy frat-boy yuppie named Brian, soon to be married) and Ellen (a would-be painter seeking relief from her boring marriage) each get their seperate nights in the flat. Things go extremely well until Sam and Brian swap nights without telling Ellen, who attributes the "nice" things that happen around the place to the slob Brian, while berating the responsible Sam for his hedonistic lifestyle.
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Josef H (de) wrote: This was really fun to watch! Great compilation!!
Jed D (ru) wrote: "John Carpenter's Christine of the new era w/ eels???" This was on its way to being a spectacular sleeper hit until the very end. What a jip!!!
Jenn M (es) wrote: I can see why people like watching the show, it's funny and relatable to a degree.but this was insanely long, much longer than it needed to be. could have cut out like half an hour and it would have been better
Anisa N (nl) wrote: This movie made me sad because I wanted Paul to smarten up. He did things he should have *known* weren't going to end well. At the same time I was mad at the other characters as well. It was just one big mess but his speech at the end made me feel much better. It was an experience for sure.
Joseph O (ag) wrote: HA! How was this made???
Clay B (fr) wrote: SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL SHERIFF (1969)
Dmitry K (gb) wrote: Novels by Poe are very hard to screening, but it is a success.
Kevin L (ca) wrote: Besides watching the film for the purpose of war propaganda at its time, Guadalcanal Diary bears almost no memorable value when viewed today
Cooper H (mx) wrote: Daredevil makes you wish you were blind so you couldn't watch this film. Terrible on every level. Daredevil is a mix between Batman and Spider-Man. Fight choreography is a mess. Villains suck, just like everything else.
Adam F (ru) wrote: "Superman vs. the Elite" isn't entirely successful in its discussions on politics and the price of power, but it's a decent superhero story. The story concerns a new group of superhero vigilantes that call themselves "The Elite". Manchester Black (voiced by Robin Atkin Downes), Coldcast (voiced by Catero Colbert), Menagerie (voiced by Melissa Disney) deal with supervillains their way: by killing them. The world seems to embrace these new heroes and shun Superman (voiced by George Newbern) as "old fashioned" and "cheesy". The conflicting ideals of these heroes pit them against each other.The quality of the animation varies from excellent to just ok and while most of the story seems grounded in semi-reality, with the fantasy and "comic-bookiness" being reduced to create parallels to our world, a scene with giant mutant insect tanks is really glaring and doesn't fit the tone of the story. What works is the chemistry between Superman/Clark Kent and Lois Lane (voiced by Pauley Perrette), the themes and ideas brought up by the conflicts and the discussions between our characters spread throughout the film. Adults that are familiar with the debate, which essentially is that of whether or not the death penalty should be a form of punishment, will find that they don't last long enough but it's refreshing to see the film take a stand on an issue it really believes in and stick with it. For younger audiences that haven't seen this material before, this is a good starting point and a way to generate some great conversation. Superman believes that killing is wrong under any circumstances, but he's also nearly invulnerable so does he really grasp the danger these villains he goes up against regularly really pose? To what extent is it ok to interfere with another country's politics and disagreements when you have the power to do so? If it is ok to take the life of another person, who judges how much is enough?When accompanied with the special features and commentary the film is a more complete experience and a lot more satisfying than just the feature by itself so it's preferable to set a generous amount of time aside and enjoying the special features immediately after to complement the faults of the film. The film is only ok by itself, mostly because it doesn't really have as much bite as you wish it would considering the themes, but it's worth your while. (On Blu-ray, September 29, 2012)
Wade W (it) wrote: The Wrestler is a incredible character study about a veteran wrestler who must find meaning and substance in his life after 20 years of being out of the spotlight. It's a comeback story, one you must not miss out on. It's Rourke's best performance, by far. He disappears in this role, making it extremely believable and heartfelt. The Wrestler also boasts great writing and a relatable tale of how a human being can overcome obstacles. Aronofsky and company have created a masterpiece.
Michael T (de) wrote: The mood is campy fun but the acting is atrocious.