Follow actor J Kimball as he researches what it's like to be old for a role in an upcoming movie. When he meets the residents at The Coconuts convalescent home, he quickly discovers that his perceptions of the elderly may be off from today's reality. After being on the wrong end of some pranks, J enlists the help of his Hollywood friends to turn the tides. Mayhem ensues.
Another film of Michelle Schumacher is starring J.K. Simmons, Tim Allen, Scott Caan, follows actor J Kimball (J.K. Simmons) and his Hollywood friends (Tim Allen, Scott Caan, Breckin Meyer) as they meet residents of The Coconuts Convalescent Home to do researches. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(au) wrote: 62%"Smells like chicken!"-Mr. Hush's Helper (Stephen Geoffreys)The demon Mr. Hush failed to evoke even the slightist tinge of fear or tension within me.
(fr) wrote: If you love this movie (and you will!), then you'll want to watch the series Firefly. These are a must-have for your video library, to be viewed repeatedly, in between sobbing confused tears at why this was ever cancelled... A great use of humor, actors that brilliantly embodied their characters' personas, action, storyline - this series and the subsequent movie had it all!
(ru) wrote: amitabh bachchan, u r so hamdsome and have great persenality
(mx) wrote: I loved this movie as a kid, but watching it now it's just weird. My favorite character is still the flying yellow saucer, but it's mostly because of the poor performances by a usually good cast and cinematography that needs some help.
(ag) wrote: This movie tries really hard but unfortunately I couldn't get into it... the acting is good and the cinematography is different than I'm used to seeing (maybe thats the European influence?) But I felt the story could have been presented better, condensed and cleaned up.
(it) wrote: Accept it or not, make-up, puppet and plastic special effects were scarier and believable even if more fake-looking by today's standards, and the 80s were the years that made the best use of campy and ridiculous material especially in the fields of sci-fi horror. This is no exception, even if it is no Gremlins.55/100
(kr) wrote: A straight up zombie picture. In the finest tradition. Lumbering, slow, limping, blood covered monsters. While only a head shot will take them down the blue swat team still exhausts a limitless supply of ammo blowing open chests and spinning the zombies around and backward. Only the fearless Max, who storms into the middle of a zombie horde to taunt them with fire and verbal jabs, has any fun in this one. There is a lot of great effects, wonderfully intercut stock footage, and a painted white lady making friends with the natives. Plus a kid is killed on screen. GREAT!
(gb) wrote: Obviously a continuation on the first movie with some of the same characters and pretty much the same plot.
(ru) wrote: My favorite of the Mickey & Judy movies. The musical numbers are outstanding. Watch the choreography for "The La Conga." Great stuff! There's also a full orchestra made out of different types of fruit - it was pretty neat for it's day (heck I'm still impressed).
(gb) wrote: A sensory, visual delight. The plot (which isn't too bad) almost doesn't matter. This is sure to become a firm favourite in our household.
(us) wrote: Unfortunately, this film is a little too "soft-handed" on its subject, and it does not go deep enough into exploring all of the complexities as an icon throughout his various eras; it would rather do that than bring him down and cast him in a more human (i.e.relatable) light. Still, what elevates this film above schlock is the two wonderful lead performances by Chadwick Boseman and Nelsan Ellis (portraying Bobby Byrd). As Brown, Boseman embodies the man and his many reinventions with his entire soul. He throws everything he has got into his channeling of the "Hardest Working Man in Show Biz." Ellis also carries a lot of the hefty dramatic scenes with great aplomb in his role. The supporting cast is full of some other fine acting from the likes of Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, and (an underutilized) Craig Robinson.
(ca) wrote: The darker side of Clint.