...All the Marbles

...All the Marbles

A two-bit promoter tries to take a women's wrestling team to the top.

Peter Falk is a "win-at-all-costs" type manager of a ladies tag-team wrestling combo. These girls are good and Falk wants them great. Their fortunes seem on the slide but then the big grudge match beckons. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Marcus H (kr) wrote: cliche after cliche. The only real mystery is why Dennis Quaid would waste his time on such drivel.

Andrew G (it) wrote: Many unnecessary subplots, characters we don't like or care about, horrendous directing, stupid dialogue, formulaic, over stylized, and possibly the worst villain in action history (at the very least, the worst acted), but it's an action movie. And there's plenty of action. As for the acting, if Elba wasn't in the movie I don't think I would've been able to make it to the end.

Claire R (kr) wrote: I have the book and read along with the dialogue of the story of Lina and doon

Jenn T (br) wrote: Good cast. Interesting story too.

Maru E (de) wrote: Muerte en un funeral

Er Ajay K (br) wrote: This is too good Movi... i like it very very much..

Miguel O (it) wrote: Somehow a bit charming, probably the most enjoyable of Adam Sandrler's films in the latest years. Not surprisingly, Rob Schneider's character is unbearable.

Zack L (gb) wrote: While clearly being the perfect end to the trilogy, tying up all loose ends and adhering to all tropes of third movies, Scream 3 just doesn't work as well as it should have. It seems far too preoccupied with poking fun at itself, cramming its overly meta humour down the throat of the audience. With a plot centred around the making of 'Stab 3', the obvious and over-the-top jokes make for an overstuffed threequel that while tonally and story-wise completes the trilogy, just cannot live up to the original two.It's really telling of the kind of movie that despite having watched it yesterday, I struggle to remember parts of it. Because, to be honest, it's just not that memorable.Again, it's well-acted. The three staples of the franchise, Campbell, Arquette, and Cox have great chemistry together, clearly trying their hardest to make the best of a rather mediocre script. The major plot points are pandery, and the film makes a point of over-explaining exposition and trilogy tropes to the audience. For example, they have the sister of Jamie Kennedy's character bring Sidney a video tape on which Kennedy explains to the leads the rules of third movies. While it's great to see Kennedy back, and this scene actually works, from then on anytime one of the rules applies, they basically say, "Remember what Randy said, [insert rule here]." It gets tiresome.The big reveal at the end is quite unwaranted and obvious also. Just no where near as clever as the previous films.All in all, Scream 3 fails at being what it claims to be: a horror-comedy. It's just a comedy. With a serial killer. And a random explosion. There's not one intense moment in this film.However, in it's quest to tie up all loose ends in plot and tone, it actually succeeds, perhaps too well. That's at least a positive about this movie.

Gbor (ag) wrote: nagyon durva film. hulignos, futballfaktorhoz hasonlan nagy kedvencem lett. 10/9

Ashley D (mx) wrote: Good for what it is very predictable but that's to be expected

Sarah A (us) wrote: Wow, very poignant. What a tear jerker!