Rich Bradford seems like your everyday great boyfriend. He has a good job, a nice car and the perfect girlfriend, Amanda. What she doesn't know about him is that he is only after one thing. His best friend Stu from college days knows how much of a womanizer Rich really is. When the day comes that Rich thinks he is finally going to romance Amanda, he is interrupted by her gay friend David who walks in on them. The same day he is dumped by Amanda is Rich and Stu's fraternity reunion. How can Rich go alone? All of his fraternity brothers always saw him with a girl. Stu on the other hand gets a visit from an old fraternity brother he has kept in contact with over the years. Much to Stu's surprise, when the brother comes, he is now a beautiful woman, Erica. Stu brings Erica to the reunion and she catches Rich's eye. Will Rich finally get his just desserts or will he realize in time that his dream girl used to be a man?
Leena L (nl) wrote: Maybe it is the heat wave, slight home sickness or just a Saturday evening but somehow the cool scandinavian autumn with colours and Persbrandt made me feel happy, despite the horrible theme of the film. I liked it, liked the soundtrack and the whole emotional feel of it.
Angelo T (ca) wrote: The movie is not quite what I expected, but is not all bad.
SeTo M (fr) wrote: every artist wants to be success and get famous, but not everyone can do this. a sad story with great humor.
Nathan S (fr) wrote: PRETTY GOOD ACTION FLICK
Michael V (kr) wrote: Strong performances from Michael Shannon and cast. Solid debut for Jeff Nichols, certainly a director to look out for. Now that I've seen this and Take Shelter, on to Mud.
Eliabeth A (ru) wrote: Great story. Amazing job by Strong.
Eric S (it) wrote: I forgot about this one, and it is worth seeing if you haven't already.As a long time percussionist and fan of the brilliant work of Stewart Copeland, his score alone kept me engaged. Then again, you have the great Dennis Hopper as the drunken father, pre-plastic surgery Mickey Rourke as the former rumble leader called "Motorcycle Boy", and Matt Dillon as his younger brother who attempts to slip into that role while waiting for his return.Throw Diane Lane in there as Rusty James's(Dillon) girlfriend in crime and his friends portrayed by Chris Penn and another pre-plastic surgery actor by the name of Nicolas Cage, and things may get ugly amongst the black and white film where only the rumble fish show their color.
Cristal J (fr) wrote: love this movie watch it soon as u can lol
Henry Howard S (jp) wrote: Best X-Men movie. I also gave X-Men First Class four and a half stars but I think that this one was better. Surprisingly good with trying time travel and meeting their younger selves. I think that the ending was one of the best ones I have seen in film history.