Mad-Magazine styled parodies of beloved Christmas stories and their characters by star talent Bam Margera (JACKASS, MTV's Viva La Bam) and a parade of special guests. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bam Margera Presents: Where the #$&% Is Santa?
Mad-Magazine styled parodies of beloved Christmas stories and their characters by star talent Bam Margera (JACKASS, MTV's Viva La Bam) and a parade of special guests.
- Stars:Ljuba Tadic, Rade Markovic, Dragomir 'Gidra' Bojanic, Jagoda Kaloper, Petar Prlicko, Abdurrahman Shala, Igor Galo, Ivan Buzancic, Bogoljub Dinic, Bogic Boskovic, Gojko Skaric, Jussi 69, Jyrki 69, Willy Ackers, Mark the Bagger, Burt Brooks, Amanda Buchanon, Chris Cole, Matt Cole, Collette De Benedetto, Nick Dompierre, Joseph Frantz, Kyle Frederick, Kerry Getz, Chad Ginsburg, Brian Hall,
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Bront Y (nl) wrote: This was an unexpectedly sweet indie film. A friend and I found it on netflix and we were pleasantly surprised. The acting was great, and there were a lot of random people in it, so it made it more interesting to watch.
kevin g (mx) wrote: One of the worst movies I have ever seen. No character development, completely unplausable story, really bad, tasteless attempts at humor. Overall, a waste of time.
Michael V (jp) wrote: Too many actors put together in too much story told in too little time. This was just trying to hard to be witty, clever and absurd. This is a very well put together cast and Danny Huston is especially great in it. There was just so much going on it seriously felt like it got to the point where nothing was happening. The characters cover a good range of stereotypes, somehow all end up being the same insufferably pretentious irritating unsympathetic twats. The script reads like a check-list of cliches. All in all it is disappointing, because one look at the cast for this film and you would be forgiven for assuming that Boogie Woogie ought to be better. Maybe in better hands it would have been. Unfortunately, a choice cast is completely wasted.
Jess L (au) wrote: I really did not enjoy this film which is a shame considering the amount of acting talent taking part. The performances themselves were good but the story really bored me and I was surprised I watched it until the end.
Laura G (ru) wrote: Surprisingly sweet. Not very funny, but it has some "aww" moments! Being Irish meself, it didn't boad well how they protrayed current-day Ireland; I took away half a star for it. It wasn't even filmed in Ireland, it was filmed in Scotland. The singing was amazing, however. Ana Friel has a nice voice.
Amanda H (es) wrote: What this movie really amounts to is... nothing. It's a lot of dialogue, a bit of monologue, and a whooooole lot of beating around the bush and avoiding anything resembling a plot. But somehow, it works anyway. Christina Ricci is as quirky and fun as ever, and Jason Biggs is much less annoying than he was in the American Pie movies. The dialogue is fun and entertaining, and even though there's really no point, I enjoyed it anyway.
Camille L (ca) wrote: Les annes 90 taient la grande priode de Spike Lee. Son dernier film de la dcennie n'est pas situ dans son quartier de Bed-Stuy mais dans le Bronx, pendant l't 77 et les exactions du Fils de Sam. Plus intress par l'atmosphre dltre (qu'il distille aussi bien par la musique que par ses cadres) que par l'enqute en elle-mme, Spike Lee nous fait suivre quelques personnages durant cet t parfaitement interprts par un ensemble cast excellent (John Leguizamo & Michael Rispoli en tte). La mise en scne est parfaite, la bande-son exceptionnelle, le scnario aussi outrancier que passionnant, renforant l'impact du film. Spike Lee clt donc la dcennie 90's avec une nime russite.
Cresswell S (it) wrote: loser find million dollars cash. Not bad, not shitty either
Jeff R (fr) wrote: Scarecrows is one of the best horror flicks that I have seen interesting fact though it took me awhile to locate this film and it was worth the wait.
Mark A (ag) wrote: A not so steamy bedroom romp, starring a young Patrick "McDreamy" Dempsey and Jennifer Connelly as college sweethearts who spend Christmas vacation at her family home in Montreal. Immediately on arrival, Gaby (Connelly) tells Michael (Dempsey) that she doesn't love him anymore. Her two sisters then try him on for size, but it is granny, who mistakes him for her long dead husband (also named Michael) that steals his heart. Lots of 80's hair, a father who is writing a book in the nude and assorted other eccentrics populate this manor house, but in the end, the story was pretty lame. This viewer kept hoping it would at least rise to the level of camp, but unfortunately, it never quite made it. Recommended for hardcore Patrick Dempsey fans only and only if one desparately wants to see what he would look like as a wet behind the ears twenty-something with the acting chops woefully underdeveloped. Watch Belle Epoque for a much more entertaining treatment of a man choosing between multiple sisters.
Javor B (nl) wrote: A serious, realistic and original film featuaring a terrific performance by Bob Hoskins.
Tuomas S (jp) wrote: No vihdoinkin sai nhd tn ja oli kaiken odotuksen arvonen! Ehk hienoin elmnkertakuvaus. Tarkoin harkittu kuvaus ja Philip Glassin musiikki tukivat elokuvan sanomaa ja rakennetta. Paul Schraderin paras ohjaus.
Ty N (nl) wrote: Sally Field's performance left a place in my heart along with the amazing supporting cast.
Jeff Z (jp) wrote: A good sequel to the original classic.
Nancy C (mx) wrote: Better than I thought it would be.
Orlok W (de) wrote: Grainy, Gritty And A Great Story--Love, Crime, Disappointments & Dreams!!