Will You Marry Me

Will You Marry Me

The film centres around three friends who love their bachelorhood so much that they place a bet among themselves that whoever decides to marry first will lose a huge amount in shares that were contributed by all three. All is well until one decides to take the plunge and make a commitment.

A group of bachelors place a wager to see who will go the longest time without getting married. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jonathan P (br) wrote: Ninja 2 the 80s are calling and want their movie back, the only problem is they will have to steal it from me. Ninja 2 is nostalgia served up right for us fans of the ridiculous ninja genre that was so rampant in the 80s. While many of those films are 5 star movies in my heart none of them were done as well as Ninja 2. From the choreography to the acting ( at least for the genre) everything just seems to be better than its predecessors. If you are a fan of Kung fu flicks or 80s action do not pass this one up.

Lauryn M (nl) wrote: This is a total ripoff of Children of the Corn :(

Adriano B (us) wrote: Something's changed even in Thai flick. There is a litte bit more CGI and a little more respect for the weel-being (life) of stuntmen, and that make perhaps a tear run. But, on the other part, there is the usual madness, an EPIC chase on the highway, and FLAMING KICKS VS ELECTRIC PUNCHES.

Kristina K (gb) wrote: Please stop this vampire fashion movies! It's getting out of hand and every new one is worse than the one before...

Alejandro C (ru) wrote: I just wanted to close any hole in my body

Daniel C (de) wrote: Two young women spend a night exploring each other in a Rome hotel room.That's basically it. It's the story of two women who find each other, go back to a hotel room and end up spending the night sharing stories, lies and intimacy with each other throughout. In among the passion these two are finding for each other is the dialogue and stories where the audience is left wondering (if they can be bothered) whether they are true or not. I dare say a lot of people aren't really watching the movie for those details, but they are there anyway.There's not much else to say!

Daniel P (ru) wrote: Hotel Rwanda is a powerful film with strong performances and an unflinching look at prejudice, hatred, apathy, and human decency in the midst of it.

Arash X (ag) wrote: Pretty average portrayal, Well I know nothing about its historical accuracies so I can't judge

David I (de) wrote: Can't we just find a place to sit down alone for awhile?

Graham D (it) wrote: Stumbled on this a while ago. AMazing film, great performance from harvey kietel and nice cameo from jim jarmusch.

Derek D (kr) wrote: I would expect nothing less from the Weasel...or Andy Dick...or David Alan Grier...or Lori Petty...

Dawn J (ag) wrote: The worst movie I have ever seen. The part played by the mother of the children is a horrific actor in this movie. Painful to watch and boring as well.

Mariana C (mx) wrote: Christopher Lee encarna a un maravilloso Drcula quien, incluso siendo el "prncipe de las tinieblas", nos muestra una escasa resistencia ante una prueba que incluso la ms pequea de las hermanas March (Mujercitas) pudo superar; an as, una propuesta bastante entretenida.

Joey F (us) wrote: Plays like a mixture of Pinocchio and Bambi. The story is thin, but the characters are all great in the sort of early Disney way, the music is quite good, and a certain infamous scene just brings this film to different plane of existence. Definitely worth a watch.

bernard a (gb) wrote: DANCE, GIRL, DANCE (1940) has some interesting things going for it that makes it worthwhile to watch. It showcases two very well known actresses at an early point in their careers. It was also made by Dorothy Arzner, the only woman I know of who actually directed during the early golden era of Hollywood (yes, even before Ida Lupino) and who makes for some interesting reading btw. The two actresses are Maureen O'Hara and Lucille Ball. Fresh from the making of THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME, O'Hara looks as beautiful as ever. Lucille Ball too is a doll in this and exhibiting the penchant for physical comedy which would be the trademark of her career to come. Judy (Maureen O'Hara) and "Bubbles" (Lucille Ball) are friends, both members of a dance troupe headed by former russian ballerina, Madame Basilova (Maria Ouspenskaya). The dance troupe find themselves unemployed after a police raid shuts down their nightclub because of illegal gambling on the premises. The police arrest club management but let the dancers and patrons go. One of the patrons is Jimmy Harris (Louis Hayward), the young heir to a tire manufacturing fortune. Harris is undergoing divorce proceedings with his wife, Elinor (Virginia Fields) and was at the nightclub trying to drown his sorrows when the police raid occurs. The dancers raise their concern to the police about being dismissed without being paid. Harris overhears this and quickly takes up a collection from the departing patrons. Some of the police officers also contribute. Harris gives the collection to Judy?and for the moment, Judy thinks Harris might be interested in her. But Harris is a strange fellow who is prone to quick mood changes. Just as soon as Judy thinks she might be making a connection with Harris - he quickly falls into a melancholy funk. It's all because Harris still pines for his wife Elinor. The disappointed Judy watches as Bubbles then makes a successful play on Harris. It is Bubbles who leaves the nightclub with Harris. Later, Judy learns from Bubbles that Harris underwent another mood change? and left Bubbles stranded too. Judy and Bubbles rivalry for Harris' affection is just part of the story. There is also the dynamics going on with Harris and his wife, Elinor. She too suffers from the same mood swings that seem to afflict Harris. Both Harris and Elinor are supposed to be separated? but they always seem to find themselves in one or the other's apartment. I suppose this can be seen as farce - but it really comes off as more annoying than funny. Ralph Bellamy is here too as a ballet impresario, Steve Adams. I think Steve's relationship with Judy in this is much more interesting than with the twit, Harris. ?and then there is the situation with Madame Basilova. Her involvement in the story come to a somewhat abrupt and awkward conclusion but the story goes on without her as if nothing happened. Director Arzner took over directorial duties from Roy Del Ruth who had a falling out with the producer?so some of the quirkiness of the story could be attributed to the director change during production. The are some nice dance sequences in this. An early dance number reminds me a lot of the chorus girl numbers prevalent during the early sound period. It comes off being sexy with the dancers wearing black sequined dresses despite the production codes in effect. Later, Judy and Bubbles do a hula dance?but Lucille Ball adds a lot of bumping and grinding to the proceedings. I think it's the highlight of the film! 7.5

James H (kr) wrote: This was not bad as the reviews said it was, but I gotta say the ending was awful and candyman was hilarious as always!

Jesse K (au) wrote: I pretty much spent 70% of this movie crying. Shocked it's so underrated. Oh and the costumes/special effects are some of the best I've seen in recent years. 4 1/2 out of 5.