A Very Brady Sequel

A Very Brady Sequel

A man claiming to be Carol Brady's long-lost first husband, Roy Martin, shows up at the suburban Brady residence one evening. An impostor, the man is actually determined to steal the Bradys' familiar horse statue, a $20-million ancient Asian artifact.

The trusting and anachronistic Brady family gets a harsh jolt of 1990s reality when a man claiming to be Carol Brady's long-lost first husband shows up at their home one evening. Set in the '90s, it is filled with in-joke references to American pop culture. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A Very Brady Sequel torrent reviews

PJ E (it) wrote: While it never regains the narrative urgency of its intro, kids for cash has the pure emotion and slam dunk ending needing for a advocacy documentary

Shelby B (kr) wrote: This movie is a bad influence I've watched a lot movies with cursing in them but this one ever other word is a curse word in it no exaggeration

Debbie B (ru) wrote: Happened upon this movie on Showtime. I found myself watching it and laughing along. Joe Mantegna and Paul Reiser were the best of the ensemble. It was kinda like and over 4o Dawson Creek, where everyone talks and talks and talks about their relationships. I would watch it again, The dialog was snappy and funny

Cameron F (mx) wrote: Stupid comedy about a guy and his best friend. When one of the friends discovers his wife might be cheating, the friend makes it his mission to protect his bff. Ron Howard must've owed someone a favor to be associated with this mess.

Pan C (es) wrote: Okay stuntmen, here are the rules: You all attack me one at a time. If I make a move that could have broken your arm or leg had I put some strength behind it, you're out, fall to the ground and keep still. Everyone got that?Before there was The Raid, there was Merantau. And to be honest it's a bit of a B-version of Ong Bak, with fake looking fights and everything. oddly enough though between the pretense of content and the hordes of enemies the movie is entertaining. A good choice for those that want to watch a different martial art for ones.

Alejandro F (it) wrote: Awesome visuals, strong resemblence to the original, Speed Racer is a desert for a few, but a intense reward for the fans of the cult classic series

Amber L (jp) wrote: So awful.... Confused and all over the place . Never takes flight, you will watch the clock praying it'll be over soon!

Thomas K (ru) wrote: It's got a great cast and it's certainly slick enough. David Mamet wrote most of the film under an alias because the WGA wouldn't give him sole credit. The dialogue is great but it would have been sweet if Mamet had bothered to throw in a plot.

Alec B (ca) wrote: Terrible music and a weak plot line, couldn't create a successful sequel for the masterpiece that was the first film.

Kyle M (ag) wrote: Driven with an appealing cast and the comedic energy they bring while at the same time managed to keep you intrigue, under a "Rear Window"-like vibe that satirize the atmospheric life of the suburbs, towards a satisfying turnout. (B)(Full review coming soon)

Natalie O (ag) wrote: Unique but not shocking. Certainly not what I would describe as a black comedy. If you like Almodovar then this film does not disappoint.

Duke D (us) wrote: Woo-ha!..lots of fun!

Andrew L (fr) wrote: another great Christmas cartoon to see in December

JeanPaul S (it) wrote: Okay, I kinda liked how the film built to suggest a climactic encounter, but ends on a completely different, yet oddly fitting ending, suggesting the movie really isn't about the revenge plot.

Wes S (au) wrote: A bit boring, and uses some stock footage from the original Godzilla, but it has good monster moments. Varan is an interesting kaiju who doesn't get used too much. The film is alright and the characters are decent, but it's not the best kaiju film.

Tim P (kr) wrote: I get my love for James Cagney from my Nan. Great film.

Michael T (ru) wrote: Fantastic little B-movie with a great sense of atmosphere.

Michael M (au) wrote: It's really a testament to the skills of director James Wan and writer Leigh Whanell that even when their rushed to finish a product in the Hollywood system, it still comes out as a fun and sufficiently scary product. Dead Silence has faults, sure, primarily that it feels like the script is one or two drafts away from greatness. The dialogue can feel a little lame and expositioney, and I would have liked a little more about the big baddie Mary Shaw. Her motivation is kind of thin, and there's never any explanation of how she's able to do what she does. Even if they just said she was a witch the whole time, as thin an explanation as that is it would at least be something.Story problems aside though, I generally liked Dead Silence. One area where the vagueness comes in handy is with the creepy dolls that inhabit the film. In something like the Child's Play series, it was difficult for me to be afraid of Chucky, because it was very clear what the extent of his abilities were, and as such I kept thinking how easy it would be to end the little bastard. Here though, the dolls powers are pretty vague, and that makes them much scarier. And yes the film can be pretty damn scary at times. James Wan is a master of creating tension, and there are a lot of scenes where I was holding my breath waiting for something bad to happen. It's also just a very good looking movie. A great movie for Halloween, it's got all the fog, creepy buildings, and grayscale that horror fans love.The problems with Dead Silence are clear, and I can completely understand if it ruins the experience for some people. For me though, the stuff that's good is just too damn good. It's not Wan and Whannell's best work, not by a long shot, but as something a little different in their filmography it's a lot of fun.

Collin P (es) wrote: One of the best animated movies to date. Probably one of my favorites of all time. Tarzan boasts a beautiful jungle, emotional story, and a well paced movie.

Charlie T (de) wrote: One of my all time favorite movies because of how the story goes and the flow of the music.