Two teenage friends conspire to find out how much their youthful sensuality can disrupt one of their households, headed by a dentist and his mentally-ill wife.

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Don S (gb) wrote: Not as bad as made out to be. Horrible acting and a weak plot are strengthened by better than average zombie effects and some strong female characters. It is almost one of those "so bad it is good" kind of movies.

Anjori H (ru) wrote: I wasn't too excited about watching this movie but it got really interesting and kept you guessing who the ghost was. It also has some great laughs which was needed to break the scary side of it.

Ron B (de) wrote: Filled with great comedians

Tim S (es) wrote: Franc Roddam's Quadrophenia (being based on The Who's album of the same name) is a coming of age tale akin to something like Saturday Night Fever. That may seem a little strange to say, but both films have a lot in common. They're both very musically-driven films, they're both about a young teenager and his friends and they're both about growing up. The thing about this one though is that it's a more generalized look at a timeframe on purpose, whereas Saturday Night Fever was a reflection of the era it was made in without really meaning to. Quadrophenia is essentially about the Mods VS Rockers era in Britain, but we follow young Jimmy from place to place as he struggles with growing up and having his thoughts and emotions torn in several different directions. The film ends in a sour way but with hope for Jimmy that he'll be ok in the long run. There's also an early appearance by Sting just prior to his success with The Police. This is a wonderful and hard-rocking film with a lot of substance to it, as well as a great coming of age tale.

Matt W (us) wrote: There's something so easy to love about this film. It's as close to perfect as English comedy can get. The surreal side is seeing William Hartnell, so readily associated with the Doctor, playing such a strong and confident man. It's sweet, it's hilarious, it's back when Kenneth Williams would act in a Carry On instead of perform. All good.

Sal W (jp) wrote: I'm more of a Freddy fan rather than a Jason fan. That being said, this movie is great for what it is. Love to see a sequel of Freddy teaming up with Michael Myers Vs. Jason and Pinhead.

Jonathan D (us) wrote: At the time of this writing, Disney-Pixar's Up has received a 98% rating at Rotten Tomatoes. That means that 98% of the nation's movie critics have given it the "thumbs up." Such a high rating almost never happens.That said, any movie, no matter how great, can be over-hyped, which can ruin the experience. For example, Ratatouille received such acclaim that my initial viewing of it was met with disappointment (though I appreciated it much, much more the second time around). So, in the interest of not raising the bar too high, I will simply say that Up continues Pixar's streak of excellence.Combining poignant and profound themes with memorable characters and a contagious sense of adventure is par for the course for the group that brought us Toy Story, A Bug's Life, Toy Story 2, Monsters Inc, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Cars, Ratatouille, and Wall-E. What do all these films have in common? They effectively tap into our childlike sense of wonder while never insulting our intelligence or emotional maturity (or that of children, for that matter).Likewise, Pixar makes the most visually stunning and sharply humorous films of anyone doing animation right now. In fact, they make some of the best films, period. Up is no exception, and it ranks particularly high on my Pixar list because it did something the others didn't. It made me cry. Twice. Up got me going, with a pair of wordless moments (one towards the beginning, the other towards the end) that drive home how precious of a gift our lives are, as well as the people in them.Don't worry, though, the movie is more of an adventure-comedy than a tearjerker. It simply has a beating heart, as the best adventures (and often the best comedies) do. It's thrilling. It's funny. For some reason I felt it dragged very slightly in the middle before kicking into high gear for the third act, but that's a minor complaint for something so thoroughly enjoyable from start to finish. Oh, by the way, I wanted to take Doug (the dog) home with me. You will too. MY GRADE: A.