A comedy/drama set in a village and centered on a battle of the sexes, where women threaten to withhold sexual favors if their men refuse to fetch water from a remote well. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A comedy/drama set in a village and centered on a battle of the sexes, where women threaten to withhold sexual favours as long as the men refuse to install a water pipe.
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Phillie E (br) wrote: Another lifeless romcom.
Gabriel R (fr) wrote: Meaningless, and that's the point. Things that shouldn't have gotten done, things that sould.
Valentina K (ru) wrote: One of the more entertaining and least grotesque female stand-up comics in the business.
Jer m (nl) wrote: I still don't get it. Seems like the kid worked hard to graduate and get a scholarship and as soon as he gets to college he's got an attitude and can't read music? Makes no sense.
Valerie R (ca) wrote: This movie makes me cry every time I see it. They really made you feel for all the characters, which is nice.
Andrew M (ca) wrote: What could have been an interesting mystery becomes a convoluted mess. Connery and Snipes are good, but ultimately wasted.
Miguel R (kr) wrote: An enjoyable and funny high voltage installment, Lethal Weapon 3 is a memorable entry in the action cop comedy
Keenan S (it) wrote: Netherworld is a cheerfully campy horror film that is cheesy and weird as can be from start to finish. The premise itself involves a witch from a brothel, souls being put into birds, hot women, sex, and all sorts of other ludicrous things, but that's why I had so much fun with this film. It's undeniably corny, but it sure is a fun film to watch if you like cheesy horror films. But then again, should I expect anything less from the studio that released the Puppet Master films?
Charles P (br) wrote: Chopping Mall has the structure of a typical slasher movie, but the teenage characters in this one just a little smarter and a little funnier than most.
Arum Padma O (ru) wrote: Detached, non emotional homoeroticism. But who knows, maybe Nagisa Oshima intended to do it that way. It was almost tongue in cheek
Denise O (jp) wrote: Gosh I saw this forever ago. I can't really remember much but I always did like Pippi Longstocking as a child.
BellaRay (jp) wrote: I think it's a little too old for me to enjoy. Unless it's on tv sometime, I won't bother.
Millo T (ru) wrote: A western, directed by a Spaniard and set in Bolivia? Yes and, indeed, one of the best of the last years. Here Mateo Gil (the usual script writer for Amenabar) takes the end of the mythical "Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid" movie and asks: "what if...?". The result is a very good crepuscular western with the classical elements of it (but with a more modern perspective that creates a neither quick nor slow rhythm, and doesn't abuse of stereotypes), which employs the spectacular views of Bolivian high plain to bring new possibilities to the genre. A pleasure to meet with the mythical characters of Cassidy and Sundance Kid again.
Jordan K (br) wrote: Bruce Almighty is one of the most cliched films of the early 2000s and is incredibly bland in spots, appearing to be indecisive in whether it is a modern comedy or if it contains a feel good Christian message and was lucky enough to get funding and big name actors - it's an enjoyable film and it's one of the biggest "what if" films made, but appears too lighthearted in spots.News anchor Bruce Nolan meets God himself after numerous mishaps in his life and gains God's own powers. Of course he mistreats them for his own use and his life spirals out of control until he learns the true way of religion and God.Bruce Almighty is predictable and cliched from the beginning, and is a big budget religious message film - you know the ones I'm talking about. It has its moments but overall feels conflicted and too lifehearted. The modern world of film always has a hard time with religion, and it usually backfires noting its a touchy topic that a multitude of different viewers will see. Bruce Almighty itself is a fun time and starts out in a fun way when Bruce first uses his powers (yes, the famous "Evan says gibberish on the news" scene), but gets boring and predictable by the end.