Two middle-aged Lesbians (Peters and Ward) find their lives complicated when one of them (Ward) takes in her ten-year-old nephew (Sangster).
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Lorna S (de) wrote: could of be a lot better
Todd S (kr) wrote: I have always been a huge fan of real life drama, because lets face it, some of this stuff you just can't make up. Even the best writers couldn't imagine some of the things these people have had to endure, and it makes for some amazing films. On the otherside of that, there are other stories, which just aren't that unique or interesting, and in my opinion really don't warrent a full length feature film, Jamesy Boy is an example of this. James (Spencer Lofranco) is your typical rebellious kid from a single parent home. He's not poor and has a lot of opportunities, but for whatever reason, he's turned to drugs and crime. He's living the gangsta life on the streets until the inevitable happens, and he winds up in jail. Once there, James witnesses a crime, and meets a man who helps him unlock a talent he never knew he had, but will James turn to the straight and narrow or will his friends pull him back into his old life? This is a true story and newcomer Spencer Lofranco was fantastic, but haven't we seen stories like this done over and over again? To be honest the only reason I kept watching it was to see which path James chose after prison. I wanted to see how his life turned out, but either way, we've seen films like this many times before and Jamesy Boy doesn't stand out in any type of significant way. If you want to do a film that has been done over and over again, true story or not, there has to be something about it that makes it stand out from the pack, and that doesn't happen here. The bottom line, Jamesy Boy is decent and it's fine if you're just looking to kill a couple of hours. It features a pretty good up and coming young talent and some old familiar faces, but beyond that, there's nothing really special about it.
Rudy G (it) wrote: Low CGI but still a good horror movie!
April W (it) wrote: This movie was awesome. It took a bit for me to get into it, but once I did it was well worth it. Williams was amazing, as always, as were the others and the story was inspirational. I'd recommend it to anyone.
Stephen E (ag) wrote: Maret Koterski's darkly comedic account of a neurotic schoolteacher is every bit as disturbing as it is hilarious. Maret Kondrat's ferocious performance fits the role like a glove, resulting in one of the more unlikable yet relatable characters out there. "Day of the Wacko" is a smart, sometimes crude satire that works most of the time, and it's almost impossible to forget.
David K (br) wrote: Quite boring and with a plot and story-line you have seen a thousand times before. Over reliant on poor CGI, but with some nicely choreographed swordfights
Justin E (kr) wrote: Just want to see becuase of the title.
Uriel A V (ag) wrote: I never get tired of this movie. As a kid, I used to watch it over and over again. And yeah, I think is underrated too.
Chrisanne S (nl) wrote: Really good. Helped by watchable side characters and great fun.
Tariq S (it) wrote: Poor rip off of Buried where most of an Agent's colleagues and even his WIFE have become terrorists against their own country and set up an elaborate hoax to get info out of him. Terrible.
David F (nl) wrote: Very slick in tone and featuring several future stars in early roles, this self-aware teen comedy about privileged Manhattanites playing games of seduction is very arch, offers a few insights and laughs, but doesn't quite cohere into anything very great at all.
Christian G (us) wrote: Ryan Reynolds the movie debiera llamarse esta cinta, aparte de l nadie ms pone de su parte para hacer soportable esta comedia mediana de situaciones.
Lee M (de) wrote: Nunez is a master at rendering emotionally complex, ordinary folk into the kind of unassuming heroes that don't much appear in American films anymore.
Theodore H (us) wrote: Diagetic music makes its creative debut as the distracting joy and carelessness of cabaret living is slowly shrouded by the growing threat of Nazism. Liza Minnelli is beautiful, and Joel Grey is deliciously demented.