A pothead kid's show cartoonist in Los Angeles spends a weekend trying to sleep with his visiting house guest - a woman from New York who he met on Chatroulette. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A pothead kid's show cartoonist in Los Angeles spends a weekend trying to sleep with his visiting house guest - a woman from New York who he met on Chatroulette.
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Tiia S (es) wrote: Ehdottomasti katsomisen arvoinen dokkari.
Mike M (fr) wrote: More than faintly interminable... Much of it is carried in montage, which only adds to the sense the proficient Placido is coasting, although there are dubbed supporting roles for Bleibtreu and Vega to ensure or placate overseas investors. I liked the score - by Sugar SRL and Edizioni Curci, apparently - but it's otherwise undistinguished: lost in all the wild shouting and gesticulation - which really does seem like over-compensation for the rote material - is why the story of this particular scumbag needed telling, save perhaps to lend one of Italy's blandest leading men a certain bad-boy cred.
Kristina K (us) wrote: Such a huge production and such a tremendous failure. Too bad for the great cast...
Brandon W (fr) wrote: Honestly, I'm kinda having a hard time putting my feelings for this movie into words. The main character was extremely likeable because he reminded me a lot like myself. I'm not too sure why. Maybe the way he acts in certain situations is similar to me. Who knows. Basically a story about a boy getting to go on a road trip with a rock band. Along the way he goes to parties, concerts, and gets tangled up in a love triangle between the main guitarist and a super fan played by Kate Hudson. I saw this film once about a year ago and just liked it. Seeing it again, I really enjoyed it. I had a smile on my face the whole way through. I used to think Kate Hudson's role wasn't realistic, but after a whole new year of living and experiences, I can say that I've met this type of person before. Living life without anything taken seriously and always living your dreams. Sometimes I wish I was like that. Drop everything and move to another part of the world. Someday maybe, who knows. Overall, see this movie. I don't think you'll regret it at all!
Wu C (es) wrote: This is an early US cover up conspiracy doc. Another perfect example of how the US manipulated the public to believe the 93' cult mass suicide. Sure David Koresh was crazy, but he and his followers didn't deserve to die like they did. Let the truth be know.
Joshua B (de) wrote: very funny movie about family and a bank robbery.
Daniel V (ca) wrote: One of the best baseball movie sees Kevin Costner team up with frequent collaborator director Ron Shelton. Costner plays an aging minor leaguer whose dreams of making the big leagues, 'The Show', are all but dead despite being on a HR record chase. A minor league record, but still a significant achievement. Costner's Crash mentors as well as butts heads with Tim Robbins talented metal t-shirt wearing brash young pitcher. Susan Sarandon is a sexpot with an exceptional knowledge of the game. Baseball and love. Robbins and Sarandon may have married off screen after meeting here and they are a good onscreen couple but the chemistry between Costner and Sarandon sizzles so hot that when the two finally do kiss, it's nearly explosive.
Dax S (es) wrote: Liked this one, it was a good movie.
Facebook U (de) wrote: Overall, Enemy at the Gates is a well acted, graphic, and realistic look at war, but the fact all the characters speak english, and on top of that none of them have accents, makes the whole experience feel a little silly. Now many may complain about the romance, but it didn't really bother me. It really wasn't that cheesy and in fact it wasn't really in the movie much until the end. What's hard for war movies to though is create dynamic characters, and the characters is Enemy at the Gates are just that. I actually remembered who was who and really cared when some of the main characters died later in the movie. It's a well made film made film I think was striving for greatness, but didn't quite meet that quota. Oh well, silver's good too.
Jody W (kr) wrote: afwul....waste of money and talent...terrible
Leon B (nl) wrote: Review:How the hell did Lance Armstrong get away with cheating for so long, with today's technology? I must admit, they were very clever with the way that they used the drugs to past the various tests but I'm still surprised that they didn't have more spot checks, without any warning. If he would have treated his fellow cyclists with a bit of respect, he would have got away with it but his obnoxious attitude got the best of him. If I didn't know about the drug enhancements, this story would have been a truly magnificent one, because of the fact that he beat testicular cancer and won the Tour De France 7 times. Once you see the extents that Lance Armstrong (Ben Foster), goes through to win and the way that journalist David Walsh (Chris O'Dowd) is trying to prove that his, somewhat superhuman racing skills had come out of nowhere, this movie is quite intense throughout and the performances are very believable. I'm not one for the actual cycle racing sport, so I found it hard to get into that aspect of the film buy I enjoyed the whole deceit, betrayal and investigating side of the movie. I personally think that Lance should have been punished more brutally because he has gained more fame by coming clean. Anyway, it's worth a watch, just to see how far Lance Armstrong went to gain his titles. Watchable!Round-Up:Ben Foster is another one of those actors that have starred in some big movies but is yet to become a household name. He first hit the big screen in 1999 in Liberty Heights and then he went on to star in movies like Hostage, with Bruce Willis, X-Men: The Last Stand, Alpha Dog, 3:10 to Yuma, The Messenger, Pandorum, The Mechanic, Rampart, 360, Contraband, Lone Survivor and Ain't Them Bodies Saints. He's also due to star in Inferno, alongside Tom Hanks, The Finest Hours with Chris Pine and Eric Bana and the action, adventure Warcraft so he's definitely made a name for himself in Hollywood. This movie was directed by Stephen Frears, 74, who brought you Dangerous Liaisons, Accidental Hero, Mary Reilly, Mrs. Henderson Presents, The Queen and Philomena. His first film, Gumshoe, was released in 1971 so he has loads of experience behind the camera. He done a good job with this movie and he really got the best out of Ben Foster.Budget: N/AWorldwide Gross: $1.7millionI recommend this movie to people who are into their drama/sport/biography movies starring Ben Foster, Chris O'Dowd, Jesse Plemons, Guillaume Canet, Lee Pace and Dustin Hoffman. 6/10