Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber appear as Cavis Appythart and Millward Phelps, respectively--two jingle writers based loosely on Gilbert and Sullivan. The setting is 1880s London, and... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Star of Christmas
Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber appear as Cavis Appythart and Millward Phelps, respectively--two jingle writers based loosely on Gilbert and Sullivan. The setting is 1880s London, and...
- Stars:Ed Byrne, Georgina Chapman, Olivia Colman, Gemma Cowap, Dan Cryer, Kathryn Drysdale, Jessica Francis, Dan Anderson, Matthew Hodge, Tim Hodge, Mike Nawrocki, Jim Poole, Jacquelyn Ritz, Mike Sage, Lisa Vischer, Phil Vischer, Shelby Vischer, Josh Vulcano, Ian Anderson, Aimee Dupriest, Adam Frick, Peggy Heinrichsen,
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Jolene T (ca) wrote: this is a lot better than i think, even though it still doesn't make much sense to me. another sci-fi movie, just for laugh.
Sam O (es) wrote: Steve Carell tries his very best to make this film funny but it's nothing like the original and it's like some it from Son of the Mask; too family friendly
Jennifer B (de) wrote: While the dialogue was somewhat long, it was filmed in a classic 'playwrite' style. The movie got pretty interesting in the last 25mins if u can hold out that long.
Hans J E (ca) wrote: Just a quick rating of a movie seen in the past.
Cair D (ca) wrote: Randy Travis stars in this film.
Bolly B (it) wrote: Fallon-dummy-police-man? YES PLEASE, I LOVE HIM!!!
Nicholas A (us) wrote: The action comes as thick and hard as the laughs.
ta t (us) wrote: all i want to say is.....is.... ooh i can har dly stay awake cuz its so ....zzzz..BORING!!!!!!!!!
Tero H (mx) wrote: epuskottava, sekava, akrobatiaa (ei niinkn kungfua)
James C (ag) wrote: Last great racing film starring Paul Newman! Indy 500!
julie H (br) wrote: ini film g nonton jaman sma dl,sangat berkesan.sampai skr masih suka.
Jesse O (nl) wrote: A movie that makes waste of its legitimately interesting concept with uninteresting and dull character development and terrible acting. Ronen Rubinstein's character is every emo kid you've ever seen, brooding, full of angst. There might have been a great character deep down, but the writing and the acting left a lot to be desired. Ronen Rubinstein's performance is, honestly, really wooden and bland. There are times when he's angry and telling Moira, who we'll get to later as I have some harsh things to say about her, where he comes across as such a whiny little bitch. The film definitely has something to say about bullying, but it's not exactly subtle. We all know bullying is bad, bullies should get what's coming to them, etc, etc. The film adds nothing new and, in some ways, there's nothing wrong with that, because, to me, it can still be satisfying in execution when you do see someone who's a bully get their comeuppance, it doesn't have to be subversive or complex. Just have the bullies die gruesome deaths and it'll be satisfying. But the film doesn't even accomplish that. The film is certainly bloody and gory enough, literally everybody, except one person, ends up dead, but there's no real sense of satisfaction when you see the assholes die. I don't know why, but there's just nothing there. And now we move on to Moira, the ghost who haunts the reform school and, somehow, is able to make people slash their own throats if she does it to herself. This is never explained and it's not like she's even a ghost, she seems like a physical being as people can actually interact with her. I don't have a problem with that. The problem comes in the fact that the actress who plays Moira, Sierra McCormick, is just absolutely fucking dreadful. I know I said that Ronen Rubinstein wasn't good, but Sierra is just completely terrible in this movie and she actively drags the movie down with her horrifyingly bad performance here. She's terrible and the character is fucking annoying to the point that you really do not want to see her anymore. And the thing is, I'm sure, that the film meant for her to be someone that you sympathized with since Moira is a victim of bullying herself. That bullying led to her suicide, at least I think it did. I don't think they ever made it clear. They probably did, but I just didn't pay any attention to it. That's what is most likely honestly. But I digress, Sierra, who was on a Disney Channel television series, ANT Farm according to Wikipedia, is awful in a way that just drags the entire movie down. There are scenes near the climax where she's angry and/or crying and she raises her voice, oh my god. It's so fucking bad. Easily one of the worst performances I've seen this year and I'm not even exaggerating about that, it's truly awful. It's not like the rest of the film was good either way, but Sierra's acting is a hindrance to the overall story they are trying to tell. And, sadly, no amount of blood and violence will make up for the fact that, deep down, this movie just isn't very good at all. In some ways this reminds me of Avenged, the one where the ghost of Native Indian possesses the body of a woman who's been raped and stabbed and they go on a killing spree to avenge what's been done to them by the same family, a vastly superior movie to this one, so why don't you watch that instead? This is a really bad movie.