Brilliant trivia whiz Paul Tarson is great at answering little questions but horrible at answering the big ones – like what’s he going to do after grad school? When his father withdraws his funding, Paul is forced to confront his future and much procrastinated dissertation deadline…until he discovers the First Annual Ann Arbor Pub Trivia Tournament.
- Stars:Kelly Blatz, Joey Pollari, Conrad Coates, Jacqueline MacInnes Wood, Nathan Stephenson, Kerry Lai Fatt, Linda Kash, Christopher Gorham, Arielle Kebbel, Nelson Franklin, Evan Jones, Kip Pardue, Kali Hawk, Ralph Williams, Chris Parnell, Frank Zieger, Julie Glander, Steve Abdo, Nick Parisho, Ethan Gorham, Carrie Royce Fisk, Matt Lockwood,
- Director:Christopher Farah,
- Writer:Christopher Farah
Comedy set in the world of competitive bar trivia, centering around a group of frustrated academics who finally get a shot at beer, women and nerdy redemption when they enter a citywide trivia tournament. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Answer This! torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Although some of the acting here is not the best, what we get from the leads is actually quite good. This story had it's funny and heartbreaking elements. It is very well done for this type of film and something I would like to see again soon.
(kr) wrote: It's movies like this that I don't bother watching 3B movies (Big Budget Bullshit). Simple story, simple premise carried by a few actors with obviously few resources, one can learn much more for this stuff than something from Michael Bay.
(fr) wrote: This is the only few movies that I do NOT have to finish to tell it's a bad movie. This half of a star is for the filming location, other than that, nothing good to say about this film.
(nl) wrote: Butler cashes out in this film made for gamers who foamed over 300.
(nl) wrote: Pretty much the same as the first special. They guys really can make you laugh though. I mean it is not fall off your chair dying laughing, but it is a good laugh that does keep you interested.
(ru) wrote: Very low body count, horribly written, and not scary at all.
(gb) wrote: Regardless of the fact that I have never been a John Denver fan (I got this movie for my mother), I got wrapped up in this movie. Chad Lowe was great for the role. Not a bad movie at all!
(jp) wrote: amazing performances here.
(de) wrote: a stupid movie, but Urban is fun to watch
(mx) wrote: Innovative and suggestive, drawing on parallel thematic values between the sexualized upper class versus the historical event surrounding the time. It's a very crucial film that has great characters and brilliant editing techniques mixed with some great shots of the man.
(es) wrote: I thought in some aspects it was excellently done in terms of the social commentary and script, but a bit under-developed in the movie especially some of the acting and editing. I am actually really impressed with the movie, and how the thematic exposition was presented and the ambition.
(it) wrote: "They're back" in a rather average follow up... Which is a shame because the incorporation of the spookiest old man to ever make an appearance in a film still wasn't enough to save it... I guess the whole American Indian is here to save the day was just a severe drag for me... If they had of upped Zelda Rubinstein's screen time instead, it could have possibly been a saving grace for this one!
(ru) wrote: [size=2]I'm beginning the rather lengthy task of entering into the database every film I have seen, at least those I have a decent memory of. Some may have the briefest of reviews while many will just have a number. Those films that I consider personal favorites and/or those that have some historical signficance I will add later when I have time for more lengthy reviews. [b]Terror Train[/b], directed by Roger Spottiswoode, is a early 80's horror/slasher film set on a moving train. Stars Jaime Lee Curtis, Ben Johnson and David Copperfield. [b]The Toy[/b], directed by Richard Donner, stars Richard Pryor as a struggling journalist. Jackie Gleason is a rich businessman with a bratty son. Gleason promises his son he can have anything in the store, and he wants Pryor, so Pryor becomes Gleasons' son's toy for a week. It's a woeful comedy. [b]Tapeheads[/b], directed by Bill Fishman, stars John Cusack and Tim Robbins as a pair of security guards who start a video production company. This comedy was aimed at the MTV generation, and mostly misses the mark. [b]Tequila Sunrise[/b], directed by Robert Towne, is a highly stylized crime drama involving a romantic triangle. Michelle Pfeiffer is the center of attention for Mel Gibson and Kurt Russell, two friends who are now on opposite sides of the law. [b]Teachers[/b], directed by Arthur Hiller, is an unsuccessful satire of life in High School, for teachers and students. The film fails despite a fine cast that includes Nick Nolte, JoBeth Williams, Judd Hirsch, Lee Grant, Ralph Macchio, and Crispin Glover. [/size]