Andy "Brink" Brinker and his in-line skating crew--Peter, Jordy, and Gabriella--who call themselves "Soul-Skaters" (which means they skate for the fun of it, and not for the money), clash with a group of sponsored skaters, Team X-Bladz--led by Val--with whom they attend high school in southern California. When Brink discovers his family is in financial trouble, he goes against the wishes of his parents and his friends and joins Team X-Bladz. Brink tries to lead a double life but will be able to pull it off?
- Stars:Erik von Detten, Sam Horrigan, Christina Vidal, Robin Riker, Geoffrey Blake, Patrick Levis, Joey Simmrin, Asher Gold, Walter Jones, Katie Volding, David Graf, Jake Elliot, Brian Fenwick, Neil Daly, Tom Virtue,
- Director:Greg Beeman,
- Writer:Jeff Schechter
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(fr) wrote: I think some Anne fans will like this, but I believe most will be disappointed. I am surprised by the overall tone and heaviness of the storyline because I expected this to be a more lighthearted film in order to capture a new generation of young viewers, but I found this to be a more mature storyline compared to the original miniseries that most young people wouldn't get and may be turned off by. Overall though, I found this was a solid film, but not something I'd really want to watch over again. Their casting of the young Anne was a good one, though the young actress seems more suited for the stage than the small screen.
(it) wrote: Has to be one of the worst films I've seen
(us) wrote: The adventurous SG-1 and their path through the Stargate continues, in this one last time hit, and that's definitely what it is.It's probably the last installment in this sci-fi adventure that's been able to stay alive on tv for over 10 freaking years. It's been a hell of a ride with many adventures, characters, action and of course funny moments. This movie is no exception. It works as a fine last entry in the franchise even though it could have worked better on certain places. Team SG-1 is still functional with its memorable lead from O'Nell and Mitchell, and the characters are just as great as they were in the series. The story is just as great, but with a bit more complex to it. Stargate Continuum is exactly what it is; a great continuation with everything that made it great. Great villain, stunning characters and rememberable & hilarious moments. The story is so well written and it really got a smooth feeling to it. However; the bad part of this movie is that I miss more action (surprisingly), and a perhaps less clichish ending. But one aspect that really have improved over the series must be the dialogs; they're much more nuanced, less forced and much more better written! So yeah; this Stargate Continuumation really is that continuation that every fan wanted to have, but of course, now we want more! Stargate Continuum might not surpass The Ark of Truth, since it got much more action, innovation and feeling to it. But it still manages to bring a long, suspenseful and inventive sci-fi show to an end, that doesn't disappoint anyone (except those, like me, who wanted Stargate Universe to be great).I hope all the Stargate fans out there have seen this last entry of the franchise, but if you haven't...well you better dear!8/10
(br) wrote: It's great to see the Cusack siblings back in their "Gross Point Blank" personas, and aside from Ben Kingsley's wheelchair antics it's pretty much the only funny part of the whole film. A shame since the first act is a relatively amusing depiction of the military industrial complex gone completely out of control. After that it just tries too hard to make fun of itself, and ends up losing our attention. I suppose that there is enough going on to warrant a viewing, but even at 100 minutes it seems to overstay it's welcome.
(mx) wrote: 1,5 for lots of gratuitous nudity. No connection to the original 8 MM.
(ru) wrote: Not as good as the first two movies but still good entertainment for your kids.
(gb) wrote: This has to be one of the funniest movies ever made
(br) wrote: Charlie (Elliott Gould) and William (George Segal) play two excessive gamblers. They hit the poker tables, horse races, etc. pretty much anything which they can gamble on. Charlie is a fast talking manic who is always just looking for the big score. William has come under some trouble and owes his bookie a lot of money. We follow these two men as they gamble and drink all day long, everyday. This film stylistically is much more tame then most of Altman's work. It is not nearly as flashy, but it does pack the emotional sadness which most of his films have. The film is really about the shallowness involved with gambling and how people that need to do such things really do so because they are missing something in their life. Must of the film is absolutely hysterical as we follow Charlie and William from poker table to bar to race track to bar, well you get the point. Elliott Gould is great in this film, as William; he is hysterical and really gives maybe even a better performance than in The Long Goodbye. The film is all fun until the final scene, where William begins to realize the error of his ways.This is just another strong flick from Altman, its hilarious, fun, and sad all at the same time. Ironically enough, it really did make me want to go gamble...
(gb) wrote: I will take any Doris/Rock movie any day...
(ag) wrote: Perfunctory third sequel, jettisoning the humour of Escape, and laying on the social and metaphorical significance as if its audience were terminally thick. A series now on life support and still as boring as the original. Roddy MacDowall does what he can from behind the latex.
(ca) wrote: The movie that really launched Slys career. Good action, but ultimately its the vulnerability of Rambo that's the star here.
(de) wrote: I absolutely understand why War Horse got the highbrow attention that it did, but I did not find it satisfying on a personal level.
(us) wrote: The entire film could have existed with the first love story and ended with Gertrude traveling to live in the love she lost. The story's purpose lost its path and felt like an endless walk in the desert. At the start of the film, Gertrude is defined by her intelligence and stubbornness to simply not settle for anything in life. Once in a foreign land she lost that in her curiosity and love for Henry, who truly seemed to be her equal. Once he was lost, the men only treated her as an equal to fall in love with her and she let them. It flawed her character.The use of time throughout the film was not consistent and the audience was left to create a randomly paced timeline in their head only to be thrown off by the confusing use of both months and dates leaving an unrealistic sense of time. The film does not end back at its flashback of a start to complete the story's circle in order to explain the importance of her journey. Instead Gertrude, in a very classic fashion, rides off into the sunset as the title of the film finally is explained.