A comedy about five students who are un-justly suspected of trying to lose their virginity before their graduation. The five girls first try to defend themselves, but when they find out that nobody believes them - neither the school principal nor even their own parents - they decide to accomplish what they have been falsely accused of. And although their clumsy attempts are mostly comic, at one point they almost cause a big tragedy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Toni P (gb) wrote: Cowspiracy, an eye opening documentary directed by Keegan Kuhn and starring Kip Anderson, reveals what they believe is the real cost of animal products.. This documentary attempts to expose multiple environmental agencies as to why they appear to be unconcerned with the excessive CO2 emissions caused by overpopulation of livestock, as well as deforestation in order to have more space for the livestock. The documentary has the ability to open the world's eyes to what is really causing the planet we call home to be destroyed and in doing so it will change how people feel about animal products. It is able to do this effectively by interviewing big name environmental agencies. I also feel Cowspiracy is able to explain the large amounts of resources agricultural farming takes up through the animated graphs very well. It also puts into perspective the amount of gases the mass quantity of animals create that towers over the damage done by all forms of transportation combined.Although Anderson is able to support his need to expose agricultural farms for the harm they are causing to the planet, he is unable to come up with a solution that appears practical. The documentary also assumes every person in the world eats animal products, but that's not the case. Overall Cowspiracy is an informative documentary that opens the eyes of consumers to see what is really happening to the Earth due to our consumption of animal products. It has very strong evidence, but lacks the ability to make a person completely change their lifestyle the way Anderson believes people need to in order to potentially save the Earth. Therefore I would recommend this documentary to individuals who are already interested in reversing the damage already done to the environment and are looking for more ways to help do so.
Carlos M (jp) wrote: Dolan's first misstep in his so far promising career, and it is true that he had shown before a penchant for over-stylization but now he seems to think he is fabulous enough to come up with this incredibly pretentious, self-indulgent, artificial and exasperating exercise of style over substance.
Matt B (mx) wrote: Every great actor always picks one terrible movie they'll never be able to take off their filmography. For Jennifer Lawrence, it's House at the End of the Street....
Gryphon C (gb) wrote: An interesting cast, plenty of action, and a decent story makes Kim's action comedy a must watch for people wanting an exciting, funny, Japanese action movie. Also, Byung-hun Lee looks smoking hot in this film and is one of the coolest looking antagonists ever!
Nuwan S (mx) wrote: Pretty good movie... :)
Christopher M (au) wrote: A brilliant film from one of the best filmmakers of our time.
Vanya M (ag) wrote: Very Funny Movie with soft story!
Scott C (fr) wrote: Maybe I should give this another chance one day. I am a Denzel fan and a closet Edward Zwick admirer.
Kingsley Z (es) wrote: Haha hooooolllllllllllllyyyy shit. This movie is so bad its good. There are too many scenes that are hilarious. My personal fave is the guy jumping around on barrels while his buddies just clap and yell "Yeah! Wooooo!" So many good lines and stupid stuff from this badly acted movie.
ravindra c (fr) wrote: fellini all time best
Julia S (ca) wrote: Interesting story, i liked the actor, interesting to see Rome after war, such a contrast to today, and it's only been 50 years...
John H (jp) wrote: "Pure Cinema" is a term that gets thrown around a lot (and I'm guilty of wearing it out as well), but it truly applies to F.W. Murnau's THE LAST LAUGH. Revolutionary in its use of camera movement (perhaps the first innovation in film language since Griffith) and entirely title-free, it has an expression and unity that was never seen before, and won't be seen again in our sound era. Jannings gives one of the great performances of the silent era as the doorman trying in vain to hold onto his status. THE LAST LAUGH's genes can be found in all movies that actually move instead of staying still. However, there's a caveat - after the film's intended ending comes a studio-mandated one that is a true defilement. You'll know it when it hits, trust me.
Brendan S (br) wrote: A classic revenge film that doesn't rely on tropes to carefully push along the movie. It creates its thrills through the characters, which are idiotically amazing.
Lauren H (jp) wrote: Not quite as good as the book (should have been more of Vern/RainMan) but still pretty funny.
Isaac M (ca) wrote: EVERYTHING IS AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!