14 Going on 30
Danny is hopelessly in love with his teacher Peggy Noble. Of course she doesn't even notice him while she plans to marry the obnoxious coach Roy "Jack-jaw" Kelton. When Danny's friend Lloyd invents a growth accelerator for fruit and vegetables to "solve world hunger", Danny uses it on himself and as an adult tries to show her Roy's real personality. However at his first appearance at school as an adult, he's mistaken for someone else...
- Stars:Steven Eckholdt, Daphne Ashbrook, Adam Carl, Gabriel Olds, Irene Tedrow, Patrick Duffy, Harry Morgan, Loretta Swit, Alan Thicke, Dick Van Patten, Rick Rossovich, Kit McDonough, Richard McGonagle, John Ingle, Sal Viscuso,
- Director:Paul Schneider,
- Writer:Jim Cruickshank (story), James Orr (story), Richard Jefferies
Danny is hopelessly in love with his teacher Peggy Noble. Of course she doesn't even notice him while she plans to marry the obnoxious coach Roy "Jack-jaw" Kelton. When Danny's friend Lloyd... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
14 Going on 30 torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: And now you know why I.S.R.A.E.L. is so aggravating.
(fr) wrote: This Movie Is ThE bEst of emrAN'z All TYm .. BHEst FIlm !! BEst Music Best direction Best Backgroud work ! Best OVerAwl ! new StOry... a chanGe One
(ru) wrote: :fresh: [b][color=darkorange]I'm not really a Paul McCartney fan but I saw this concert on my TV and I think it is a satisfactory experience. A generous concert that included 30 songs and commentaries between song and song by Paul, celebrities and fans. I think the man that recorded the concert took very touching scenes of the fans enjoying and crying with McCartney's songs. Highly recommendable if you belong to the Beatlemania and if you're a McCartney fan.[/color][/b]
(nl) wrote: IM abbbuuuusin the banshee!
(de) wrote: darshan is outstanding as gandi and finally a mature performance by akshaye. a well made movie in every aspect a bit of a drag but still worth a watch. shows how every hero has his trail of sorrows and failures.
(ag) wrote: How could I ever think that was a great movie?! Feel embarrassed now...
(us) wrote: It's an improvement over the last one as was the book. It just takes you with the story and you find yourself in the story. if you like Harry Potter you like this movie. It's a sequel what lived.
(au) wrote: I really enjoyed this one. It had the right amount of ludicrous stunts and I liked how they handled the main character. It was a good genre piece.
(de) wrote: A better-than-average, dumb '90s action flick. Some social satire, and the fact that 'Demolition Man' never takes itself too seriously, allows one to check their brain and have fun with it. Snipes makes for an energetic bad guy here, and Stallone pulls off a mostly successful action role for himself outside of Rocky or Rambo.
(au) wrote: Not nearly as bad as some were making it out to be.
(de) wrote: It's more about the cast than anything else, but for this breezy comedy it might be just enough to keep us interested.
(de) wrote: You may not accept, but you can't ignore the evidence!!
(gb) wrote: Better than it gets credit for. Does some incredible stuff with rain and searchlights. Is engaging. Is it great? Fuck no. But it's good.
(nl) wrote: If you want comedy, suspense and action, this is a good choice. Jackie Chan fans will love it...it is reminiscent of his earlier action movies, but with Hollywood level production and scripting.
(fr) wrote: Curse of the Werewolf is another Hammer gem, albeit one very different than from their usual horror outing. Indeed, Hammer??s sole venture in Wolfman (which, after viewing this, is a shame) territory is more interested in its moral thematic than with its titular creature??s rampage. Because of that, people waiting for another hyperactive Dracula or Frankenstein may be taken aback. But rest assured that the results are quite rewarding nonetheless for the patient viewer. The use of Lycanthropy as a disease of the soul is a refreshing concept in the werewolf mythos; because of that, writers of Curse wrote something that stays closer to the psychological side of drama than to the horror itself. This is not to say that there is no horror at all. Of course, this is a Hammer film and there is some murder pieces (some of them quite disturbing) and plenty of blood for those horror fans out there. It??s just that, in general, the movie have a very different feeling than the previous Hammer flicks. The preamble, which explain where comes the said curse, is quite nice, a little unpredictable and deliciously evil (in fact, it??s one of the best I??ve seen in a long time and well acted too). It must be said that Hammer studios never refrained to use evil as it is: there is no subtlety in a Fisher movie: the evils are quite evils and the good are absolutely good. Terrence Fisher (yes, he is still at the helm, here) must be recognize again as a hero of this film. Again, he handle with great care all action pieces and his sense of drama are put to effective uses here. The fact that the werewolf is truly revealed only near the climax is a nice touch that helps preserve the mystic of the creature. Production designs, always one of the main forces of a Hammer film, are nothing short of gorgeous and this sets of an old Spain are among the most beautiful to come out of the English fabled studio. The true hero of the film is, of course, Oliver ??Gladiator?? Reed in the titular character. Dark and handsome, he is the perfect victim of fate and he never venture too heavily in melodrama (a sure sign of his burgeoning talent at the time). He puts in his characters the right touches of sadness and passion. This could only lead audience to really care for him. Yet, when he does transform, he is a real beast, a true devil on a killing rampage. Usually forgotten by most people who tends to see only Curse of Frankenstein or Horror of Dracula, the two main films from Hammer, as worthy, Curse of the Werewolf should have a claim as an equal, a true gem and one of the most original movie to ever come out of the Hammer studio?