Beautiful Mandy Lane isn't a party girl but, when classmate Chloe invites the Texas high school student to a bash in the countryside, she reluctantly accepts. While the festivities rage on, the number of revelers begins to drop mysteriously. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
All the Boys Love Mandy Lane
A group of high-schoolers invite Mandy Lane, an innocent, desirable girl, to a weekend party on a secluded ranch. While the festivities rage on, the number of revelers begins to drop mysteriously.
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ZACHO D (kr) wrote: "It's Already Tomorrow In Hong Kong" is essentially Richard Linklater lite, but with new elements brought in from Chinese culture, conversations about race, characters build against stereotypes while the main characters talk about stereotypes, etc. It's not as clever as Linklater's dialogue and characters and it really has the feel of a combination of "Before Sunrise and "Before Sunset", but with that said, it feels more like these films were an influence for this one rather than this film ripping those films off. With the new refreshing aspects this story has despite being familiar to other stories before it, "It's Already Tomorrow In Hong Kong" is a sweet and fun time at the movies.
Nancy S (gb) wrote: A fascinating story of science, heritage, greed, bureaucracy, the legal system, and passions.
Christian C (br) wrote: This film did not really provide any significant insights into the subjects or their movement. I was a bit disappointed.
Julia O (mx) wrote: This has always been a quiet little favorite of mine. Michael Palin and Dame Maggie Smith are so wonderful, and I LOVE the ending!
Jarrett J (au) wrote: much better than the live-action movie. maybe they should stick to animation.
Shauna P (us) wrote: My dUghter loves the fae I tell her stories and she has wall stickers of fae all over her room. She love Tinkerbell and all the movies. I'm glad that she prefers the faeries to the princesses she watches those to but doesn't say their names. She's two and she will mimic Tink, and other faeries actions I even like this one.
Guillaume M (es) wrote: Well, it was funny. I like Fantasia Festival for these kind of movies. haha
elin t (gb) wrote: Sigourney is good, but everythin else sucks...
Melissa S (ru) wrote: funny friday night moviee nice romance
Nathan D (br) wrote: Beyond mediocrity! Enlightenment to a time and individual that I hadn't thought much about since learning about him in middle school.
Robert B (ca) wrote: Based on one of my favourite books, but transferred to the screen with all the life of the byzanium metal the characters seek. Directed with all the panache of a telephone directory, acted with about as much energy as a stick of celery, it's a mistake and a disappointment.
monsieur r (gb) wrote: Fairly typical behind the lines WWII drama in the not so hospitable front of the war. Harrison Ford is too new a face and too young an actor to be a convincing leader of this band of commandoes. Were it not for the veteran Robert Shaw at his side, this film would suffer, for the most part. A group of allied commandos, led by Harrison Ford and to a lesser extent Shaw, infiltrate Yugoslavia on a secret mission against the Thrid Reich. Their orders: blow a giant dam in order to crush a strategic bridge held by the Nazis. Picture is filled with action, intrigue and double-crosses. A film that does entertain but verges on made for TV quality. Barb Bach is beautiful as one of the twists in this film, but really, would a gorgeous (and wife of Ringo Starr) be a partisan soldier against the Germans? It is unfortunate that this film cast the inexperienced Harrison Ford as the lead. Almost everyone in the cast acts better than he. The early air combat scenes are quite unconvincing and weak. Borrows its title from Guns of Navarone, a much better flick. Still, of the many, many WWII movies, Hollywood owes a tremendous debt to the great world war two. It modestly accomplishes some measure of success in this one. How much depends on you. Cast Harrison Ford (Star Wars, American Grafitti, many more) Robert Shaw (later to make Jaws and The Sting) Barbara Bach (later to be a Beatle wife, lucky Ringo) Alan Badel Edward Fox (most famous for The Day of the Jackel) Franco Nero Richard Kiel Carl Weathers (Rocky, Rocky II, III, IV) Crew Composer: Ron Goodwin Screenplay: Robin Chapman Art Director: Fred Carter Cinematographer: Christopher Challis Production Designer: Geoffrey Drake Director: Guy Hamilton Associate Producer: David W. Orton Costume Designer: Emma Porteus Editor: Raymond Poulton Co-Producer : Anthony B. Unger Producer: Oliver A. Unger Co-Producer : John R. Sloan
James H (kr) wrote: 38/100. Low budget and it sure looks it. The acting is quite poor. It has become a bit of a cult classic, primarily because it is so silly and badly directed. It is indeed at times laughably bad. It is not without some entertaining moments along the way, but too many of them are unintentional. If you are into 1970's cult films, you will likely enjoy it more than most.
Derrick M (jp) wrote: Fairly inaccessible if only because of the thick Barnsley accents throughout. Fantastic local movie from Ken Loach.
Wilhelm H (gb) wrote: Hab's mir im Original angesehen und daher vieles nicht verstanden. Mimik, Gestik und das Setting alleine waren aber auch schon gut genug.
Jude P (fr) wrote: Next to nothing! Why on earth, so called critics gives nod to trash like this and so good movies go unnoticed?