Michael Maerd is leaving his torrid past and moving to Beverly Hills, home to the rich, talented and successful. Sometimes to achieve a dream, you have to chase it until you lose control. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Poor Kid's Guide to Success
Michael Maerd is leaving his torrid past and moving to Beverly Hills, home to the rich, talented and successful. Sometimes to achieve a dream, you have to chase it until you lose control.
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Thee Chad S (nl) wrote: And nobody finds this movie interesting... A complete bore without a real plot to solve, or narrative that seems to have a goal. Avoid unless you need a nap.
LaundrySniffer R (us) wrote: I give this movie two stars.. For tweens and up this movie wasn't even close to being as entertaining as it's prequel.. The low budget straight to dvd film had no laughs for me, although my young cousin loved it and watched it over and over again. Young fans of the first one will love this movie just because of the dogs, but older viewers that even liked the first one probably will not like this movie...
John A (gb) wrote: Excellent Anime Revenge Story, Which Starts With The Mini-Series & Ends With This Film. A Good Old Fashioned Story Of How Our Hero Is Pulled Back Into His Profession To Sort Some Things Out. A Bloodbath Type Film. Which Features A Lot But Not To Much Blood & Language.
Megan S (mx) wrote: This is a good movie, I liked the action!
Andrew S (gb) wrote: I may be hating on this one but just did not dig it. Felt like this was Miyazaki trying to make a kid version of The Little Mermaid and the little mermaid is already kid enough.
Jason Z (kr) wrote: These guys are funny,, and if you want a good hard laugh,, you need to watch this
Zik R (fr) wrote: Why can't Sandler make more movies like this?
Larry Y (au) wrote: Parker Lewis as Ted Bundy. Watch DELIBERATE STRANGER with Mark Harmon instead.
Jamie B (au) wrote: I think the fact that 83% of users, but only a handful of critics, liked this movie says it all... sure, it's super cheesy, but so fun and nostalgia-filled. One of my favorite movies growing up.
Brandon W (ru) wrote: Out of all the movies that my best friend wanted me to watch, this is the only movie that I have never heard of. I have no idea where she has seen this besides maybe Netflix, and I was curious about what the movie is about. I think that out of all the films my best friend wanted me to watch, this is the best one. The story is terrific, and the acting is great. The characters are memorable, and I was actually interested to see both sides of the stories. It's funny at times, and the drama moments are effective. Fried Green Tomatoes is an excellent film that I'm glad to have my best friend around for these type of things and many other things.
Jamie C (gb) wrote: From the beginning we knew it was going to be a film that's never going to take itself seriously as we have Stallone singing the soundtrack in the opening scene, As for the film well it's directed, Written by Stallone and Rocky was still fresh in 87 and you can tell that it was a big influence, apart from it's about wrestling not boxing and Stallone is the trainer, He trains his brother who like Rocky is not the sharpest tool in the shed but is good at what he does and has a big heart, The whole film just felt like a wrestling remake of Rocky, It starts very slow but soon picks up when the fights start, As for the fights they were pretty well done, My only problem was there was the cringe worthy humour thrown in that sometimes was funny but most just silly that kind of ruind parts of the film, Overall it's underrated and yet another film Stallone deserves credit for but won't be remembered for it.