*batteries not included

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A group of tenants in an apartment block are being forced to move out so that it can be demolished. The tenants are reluctant to move, so the developers hire a local gang to 'persuade' them to leave. Fortunately, visiting alien mechanical life-forms come to town. When they befriend the tenants, the aliens use their extraterrestrial abilities to defeat the developers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Cecily B (br) wrote: Husband: "What are you watching over there?" Me: "Just a movie on Netflix." Husband: "What is it?" Me: Nothing really just some stupid comedy." *Hears moaning* Husband: "Are you watching porn?" Me: "No."Husband: "Well what is it called?"Me: "Barely Legal." Husband: "Sounds like porn to me..." *Comes over and looks at my laptop screen* *Sees a naked woman, and hears more moaning*Husband: "Looks like porn to me." So basically the movie runs like a badly made porno movie, I mean I don't know what else I was expecting from the title, but there was not much substance in quality happening. I still watched the whole thing but I will say it wasn't for the superior acting. HA!

Kate M (de) wrote: Fluff and fun fluff to boot. Some good lines too and you gotta love Owen Wilson, funny even when tiny like a Roman.

mario s (ru) wrote: excelente y preciosa paz vega desnudita.

gary t (us) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch....its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie.....i think that ben kingsley, fiona shaw, ignazio oliva, jay rodan, luis molteni, mira sorvino, rachael stirling play good roles/parts thorughout this movie....i think that the director of this romance/comedy/drama movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie....i think that this is a great movie 2 watch its a really enjoyable comedy/romance movie 2 watch with a good cast throughout this movie

Sam L (mx) wrote: Woah do not agree with the majority of the other ratings. It could have been because Steve thought it was a horror, but that must have been the other film we recorded!! Waiting and waiting for the screaming and stabbing to start, but no... If I'd been expecting to watch a film about nothing much in particular, ending with a nasty tragic incident, then would have been quite happy and given it a higher rating.

Al P (es) wrote: Yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! was the 90's the best decade?

Slala C (it) wrote: Bonnie & Clyde with a good ending. Renee was pretty in it!

Andr (ag) wrote: Review will be written when/if re-watched (Probability: Zero).First viewing: 24.08.1999

Richard D (mx) wrote: Sean Penn stars as a rural kid who has grown up without knowing his father. Christopher Walken is that father, who shows up one day, freshly out of jail. Dad runs a small gang of very successful thieves. Penn sees his dad as a way out of his humdrum existence and starts spending more time over there, learning how to make money by plying his dad's trade. An unpleasant incident teaches him how big the cost can be of hanging around his dad's friends, so Sean backs away. However, he's arrested and subpoenaed by a Grand Jury, leading to his dad wanting to clean up all loose ends, including his son. This is a magnificent film. Slow and atmospheric, but with a constant tension and sense of foreboding that keeps you right with it. It also has a phenomenal cast ... Tracey Walter, David Strathairn and Candy Clark are in Walken's gang ... Penn's buddies include Chris Penn (playing his brother), Mary Stuart Masterson, Kiefer Sutherland, Crispin Glover and Stephen Geoffreys. The film was made at the beginning of Penn's marriage to Madonna, so the song "Live to Tell" was given to the filmmakers. It's used over the end credits, but a small portion of the melody is used repeatedly throughout the film as it's soundtrack. It's a beautiful touch that enhances the atmosphere of melancholy fatalism.

James C (ca) wrote: Moody and dark film about a medium and her husband who kidnap a child to bring attention to her "powers." Phenomenal performances by Kim Stanley & Richard Attenborough make this a must see. Great black & white photography by Gerry Turpin and a effective score by John Barry make this one of Bryan Forbes best films. Forbes did some amazing work in the 1960s.

Mark H (br) wrote: There is so much substance in this film, and it adds to it that these are all real people in the circus troop. Such an achievement for such an early film. I only wish the deleted scenes towards the end weren't lost over time (scenes that were deemed too inappropriate for audiences) which made for such a short running time at 64 minutes... I didn't want the film to end.

Eber N (de) wrote: My second guilty pleasure after Super Mario Bros., enjoyed it in the theater at age 14 and I still find great.

Lee M (ca) wrote: Between a 5/10 and 6/10, it's a wonderfully uncynical movie that also isn't very good.