7 Things to Do Before I'm 30
Lori Madison is a young woman turning 30 who returns to her Colorado hometown and discovers a childhood list of seven things to do before she turned 30, and finds that she has yet to achieve any of them. So, Lori sets out on a frantic, and humorous quest to accomplish them before her 30th birthday just three weeks away
- Category:General, Fantasy
- Stars:, Amber Benson, Christopher Jacot, John Reardon, Haig Sutherland, Loretta Walsh, Julia Duffy, Tegan Moss, Joyce Robbins, Jacqueline Robbins, Richard Side, Mike Coleman, Mark Henriques, David Beairsto, Jonathan Braun, Lindsey Shepek,
- Country:Canada, USA
- Director:Paul A. Kaufman,
- Writer:Duane Poole
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7 Things to Do Before I'm 30 torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: A light hearted Comedy, never a dull moment. Should not be bothered with story or the plot. Nice star cast, works well. Kids have done a good job. Unlike the 80s (overacting - Shalini remember!)
(kr) wrote: a closer look at the hard work and dedication of Mr. Miyazaki,a genius and a respectable animator.you can also witness his retirement and what that meant to the world of anime and his colleagues.
(us) wrote: Gives off an Ocean's Eleven vibe, while providing tense drama as well as comic relief.
(es) wrote: I would have to say that I thought this flick would entail something to do with necromancy; however, I was sadly mistaken. Unlike what the title suggests this movie is just another dark, strange spin on the lives and deaths of some twisted characters. I think the best characters were Thomas, the wheelchair bound brother, and the man in the t.v. I would say it is better than the Blair Witch Project (I didn't feel seasick after watching it...), but not by much. If you like B rated horror movies you'd probably enjoy this!
(us) wrote: Being a big fan of Murakami's work I was somewhat disappointed with the minimal accuracy to the novel. But in saying that, the movie did offer a great retelling of the troubles from 1960's Japan and the protest with the US peace treaty. All in all its a good movie I give it 3.5 out of 5
(jp) wrote: Slow-pace story with powerful cinematography, the movie is deep and extremely artistic.
(br) wrote: Odd script but an interesting topic!
(br) wrote: Was it a terrible movie? No, but the focus is put too heavily on the grief and sadness, that the formulaic and cliche plot seems almost pitiful in itself. A great story mired down by its own inability to breakthrough the grief. McConaughey is something else, though.
(gb) wrote: Dad goes crazy kills whole family. Avoid.
(it) wrote: A well-made & well-acted, little film. Not great, but worth watching if you dig 80's horror or want to see what Bob Balaban does when he's not acting.
(es) wrote: Billed as a comedy, this is actually a cautionary tale of how the US county-sheriff system of law enforcement is prone to corruption, non-transparent, and impossible to hold accountable. Nobody listened, but they enjoyed the comedy.
(kr) wrote: Rated as soon as I saw the 33% score by critics and 40% score left by MORONS on Rotten Tomatoes. That does not reflect people who have a healthy, broad (including fart jokes) sense of humor who grew up enjoying comedy films like Airplaine, Blazing Saddles and Monty Python and the Holy Grail to name a few. The star power alone makes this film worth seeing, and their self-depreciating, unHollywood interaction is refreshing and thoroughly entertaining from beginning to end as long as you don't have a daisy stuck up your ass.
(es) wrote: A great, albeit unknown Hitchcock that mixes typical suspense with the dense thrill of chases and cat & mouse a go go in war time. The cast lacks the big stars but all parties involved do a good job and the Golden Age of Hollywood enthusiasts will probably recognise the likes of Joel McCrea and George Sanders. The film has a slow start, setting the scene and the context of a world at the brink of war, but in the end, it all boils down to a manhunt and questioning the motives of each party involved. The film shows Hitch's masterful direction and some scenes, such as the windmill scene and the umbrella scene (let alone the climax) are pure ecstasy for lovers of classic film. A definite Hitchcock, great film and a must-see.
(ag) wrote: interesting collection of short horror stories. good production, interesting stories, good acting.
(ag) wrote: Better than it should have been. There will be a few random films watched in the coming months. Ticking off our holiday destinations by film. Seemed an obvious choice to start with.
(ag) wrote: The movie does provide some pretty chilling visuals and moments and is overall entertaining for a one-time watch. However, the constant drag of the normal scenes in the first half as well as a seriously confusing final act stop The Houses October Built from being anything beyond decent.