A useless and bloody vendetta has been going on for ages between two families in this mexican village. Men, sons, have killed each other for generations, for a so-called conception of honor in a revenge that never ends since it is also triggered by people of the village. Now, today, there are only two sons left, one in each family. One has become a doctor in the big city and his culture is modern. The other last one - of the other family - hasn't left the village and is waiting for the doctor to come "home" as he plans to kill him, to settle this war on this matter of honor once and for all. And the people of the village want blood.
Heather M (ag) wrote: I think I can safely skip this one.
Cars F (mx) wrote: Its great story is so good
Diego Martn (fr) wrote: Esta buena la peli,se puede ver, tiene partes copadas6/10
Dedy D (gb) wrote: I've been following Stephen Chow's movies since forever, and although Shaolin Soccer might not be the funniest one ever, it sure is one of the best. Insane comedy with awesome special effects. Funny as hell.
Jennifer D (jp) wrote: this is my favorite movie to watch with family
Spencer S (kr) wrote: A parody of a parody, "Varsity Blues" is recklessly crass, uneven in its portrayal of high school football, and overall a sexist, annoying cultural iconoclast. Every inch of this film would later be satirized in "Not Another Teen Movie" for good reason: the side characters are idiotic stereotypes, there's constant sexism and objectification of every single female character, it tries to blend humor and drama but is unsuccessful, and the ending is corny and over-the-top. Mox (Van Der Beek) is the only character who isn't a complete asshole, but he still objectifies his teacher, doesn't say much when his teammates are being offensively abused by their negligent coach, and he and his girlfriend never have a conversation longer than a couple of minutes. If you want to watch a film that handles the drama and socio-economic issues of high school football's reach in small town America, watch "Friday Night Lights." If you want to watch idiotic pandering to your lowest base desires, watch some soft-core porn. Otherwise there's really no reason for you to watch a film that has been done, and done better, a million times.
Brian C (it) wrote: Zany, madcap and lots of fun. Sit back with a Heiny and enjoy this sci-fi horror comedy.
Fabio V (de) wrote: Lots of raw talent but overall felt a bit short.
Don S (ca) wrote: A gaggle of hot girls all fall for BMOC John Tucker, thinking they are his one and only. When another hot new girls arrives and open their eyes to his cheating ways, the game is on to bring Tucker to his knees. Not original, but well played. Bush, Ashanti, Kebbel and Snow are all capable actresses and Betty Thomas brings out the beast, er best, in them. Enjoyed more that I figured I would, and probably more than I should have.
Jacob B (br) wrote: Occasionally uneven but full of laughs and heartwarming moments, American Pie treats sex with more honesty than most sex movies and is sure to please teens and adults alike with the film being remembered the most for popularizing the term MILF. The first slice of Pie is the most delicious one.