American Nudist is not what you will expect when you hear the term "nudist film." T. L. Young plays Taylor, a former nudist who claims he used to run a nudist club in his home town in Hawaii.
- Stars:David Blane, Hannah Fierman, Adam Boyer, Amanda Brawner, Michelle Kegley, Toan Nguyen, James Sutton, Lon Waitman, Karla Jean Davis, Melanie Taylor, Jeff Rose, Laurie Gard, Dave Campbell, Joel Musch, Tony T.L. Young, Magda Marcella, Alicia Arden, Martin Harris, Bogdan Szumilas, Arielle Brachfeld, Andrea Harrison, Tiffany Bowyer, Leigh Davis, Edwin A. Santos, Marta Zolynska, Clinton H. Wallace, Barry O'Rourke, Tomi Ilic, Josie Goldberg,
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Jonathan K (nl) wrote: Very poorly written narration and totally irrelevant video. There is no point of watching this at all. Not one single point of merit in all its content. Total waste of time. If you like Sharks, maybe live this video on with volume muted. nah. Trash.
Hector R (jp) wrote: TERRIBLE... The quality of the movie is horrible I am pretty sure that my smartphone can record at a better quality. All sounds are greatly exaggerated and the the "acting" done by the actors (if you call them that) was horrible. I can say with out a doubt that I would never ever recommend this to
Soni S (de) wrote: don't waste your time
Sri Raghu Kishore P (mx) wrote: Nag looks good ... Timepass movie ....
Matt C (ca) wrote: This was such a strange movie. I have mixed emotions about it.
Jonathan D (kr) wrote: Now that's more like it! Last July, after I heralded Inception and Toy Story 3 as rescuing 2010 moviegoers from a year otherwise bereft of great storytelling, I received an email from a Dreamworks animator pointing me in the direction of How to Train Your Dragon. Word of mouth had been positive, but I had yet to check it out. Dreamworks Animation (Shrek, Over the Hedge, Monsters vs. Aliens) is known for targeting the funny bone of children and adults alike, but with the exception of Kung-Fu Panda, making films with heart and a spirit of adventure to match the humor hasn't seemed to be their priority.With How to Train Your Dragon, however, Dreamworks has raised their standard, making the race for Best Animated Feature at this year's Oscars much more interesting. Combining truly stunning visuals with well-rounded characters, Dragon doesn't insult the intelligence of young viewers. It is moving and uplifting, thrilling and funny, and uses its fantasy story to explore profound themes of prejudice, searching for personal identity, and longing for acceptance by a parent. If this sounds heavy, don't worry: you'll have a great time, and the action is pretty terrific. Listen for a great turn by Gerard Butler as a Viking father.
mariam k (it) wrote: ritesh is wow in this film
Jeshwanth M (kr) wrote: Awesome movies..will all comedy action and thrills.. mahesh rocks in his acting with great dialogue delivery
Corey C (ag) wrote: "Do you know the Aslane mosque in the old quarter?... Be sure totake you shoes off. The Muslims will resent it if you don't""Childish""To them, no more childish than you resenting someone's hat being on in church."
Zhanyi J (jp) wrote: A poetic message but the direction is a bit unfocused.
Dee R (ca) wrote: I love this movie. With all my heart.This is something you need to watch every Christmas; all other Christmas movies pale in comparison to this gem of a story.I put the cookie down for Arnold.
Maksim B (us) wrote: Walking Tall is a typical Dwayne Johnson action movie which hugely relies on his charisma as a wrestler-turned-actor without offering much of content or a story. Clichd, unable to offer any thrills and unnecessarily focused on social and sentimental elements, this is a delivery that can be watched and followed with the half of you attention without missing anything important.Chris Vaughn (Dwayne Johnson) is a former Special Forces member who returns to his town, family and friends after years of service only to discover that the place where he grew up has changed. A local casino, managed by a friend of him, has become the main economic force in the town despite some questionable and potentially illegal practices. When Vaughn decides to go against the establishment he puts not only his life, but also the ones of his family and friends at risk. Usually such type of small-life, town-based actions are all predictable and rely hugely on good acting or social message that can increase the overall emotional load and involve the audience beyond just the average following of the fighting sequences. Unfortunately, Walking Tall offers none of these two elements. It is true that Dwayne Johnson is somehow capable to bear the whole production on his shoulders thanks to his action charisma, but to his disappointment (and ours, as well) neither the remaining cast nor the social context are worth being followed. Director Kevin Bray's movie feel as if you are watching something of which if you miss 5 minutes you will actually miss nothing. This makes Walking Tall an OK Sunday afternoon TV distraction, but even when on the TV you will not be fully captivated by it.