Cheap Ski Movie

Cheap Ski Movie

Cardboard cutouts travel to ski resorts to get close to winter sports superstars.

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Megan R (es) wrote: I absolutely LOVED this movie! It kept me on the edge of my seat, and my heart pounded every minute after Julia disappeared, and I'm not exaggerating! Highly recommend if you're a fan of action!

Jeffrey J (ag) wrote: Weak, Bagger Vance was much better

Jeyna L (ca) wrote: Enjoyed it. Real funny.

Linnea H (mx) wrote: Can't say I gave it my full atention when I watched it, 'cause I didn't, but I think it was OK. Not more, not less.

Bill B (jp) wrote: Oddly gave this one a re-watch off cable recently, even though we have a Blu-ray copy waiting on the To-Watch Pile to be opened. The movie is obviously pretty watchable for all the sleaze and flesh onscreen, but at a certain point it almost loses its teeth because the sex scenes go on for a bit too long and it's no longer simply titillating, but more of a tad gratuitous.Worth a look to see what all the controversy was about, but it's nowhere near as sophisticated as I recalled it being from a couple initial viewing in my youth.Rental?

Guillaume H (au) wrote: i watch it at speed x3, as i dont have time for this. leaden acting and inept writing, the image quyality is somehow crisp and pretty, wich is too much for such an unworthy subject. the lead actress is absolutely hilarious but im not sure this was her intention.

Mina E (nl) wrote: Magnificent in each and every aspect. And most important, it's educational.

Gregory W (br) wrote: serious all star cast brings this drama to life

Dann M (us) wrote: A fascinating experimental film that explores music and imagination, Fantasia is a triumph of vision. Combining the talents of the Walt Disney Studio and the Philadelphia Orchestra, several pieces of classical music are brought to life through a series of animated vignettes. With the aid of animation the evocative nature of music is explored, from the expression of mood to complex storytelling. Surprisingly none of Disney's trademark characters appear (other than Mickey Mouse in the Sorcerer's Apprentice segment). Instead the segments feature nature scenes and animals and fairy tale creatures engaged in frivolity. Most of the animation is quite impressive, but some of it is a little crude and generic. Still, Fantasia is an extraordinarily well-craft and artistic film that celebrates the power of music to express thoughts and feelings.

Alexander C (kr) wrote: Makes Kill Bill look like a redundant copy. Among the best Samurai films and doesn't back down. Japanese cinema clearly was ahead of Western pictures, and this piece is proof.Harakiri or Seppuku sucks you in with it's wonderfully woven storytelling, breath-taking cinematography and sweeping grandeur of picturesque, powerful duels.Tatsuya Nakadai is the acting legend....Masaki Kobayashi captures the time, the story and the powerful emotion and honour behind every poise.

Jennifer S (ru) wrote: Bette and Karl make an odd and not believable couple but it's still great!

Ethan P (nl) wrote: The Hundred Foot Journey was a delightful surprise. Yes it was rudimentary and lacked originality, but it is a perfectly distracting feel good movie with considerable charm. I expected it to be a slow and dry retread, but it has a lot of life and emotion. The characters love their food and it creates both a war and a love affair. The characters are very amiable and good-looking, but they lack much real depth. My favorite part of the film was actually the middle. The feud between the two restaurants was played very well. It was amusing, and the interplay between the two generations of lovers was great, one dueling and one falling in love. The attack on the Indian restaurant, Hassan burning his hands and Helen Mirren firing her next in line was the height of the movie. IT gave the movie guts and depth, but from there it veered into very predictable and somewhat melodramatic territory. The older couple falls in love, the younger one splits apart, he rises to glory but gets lonely returns home. Happily ever after.

Panta O (ca) wrote: Before watching the movie and looking at the bright yellow cover on the packaging, I thought it is just a happy, bubbly coming-of-age family comedy... how wrong I was! This Hallmark movie based on the book The Watsons Go to Birmingham by Christopher Paul Curtis is a movie which can fall into coming-of-age category or political drama or even a family drama, but will never fall into comedy! Directed by Kenny Leon and written by Caliope Brattlestreet and Stephen Glantz, it needs improvements on few different fronts - but some of the later powerful emotional scenes will make you forget most of the imperfections and faults seen in the first two thirds of the movie. The stars of this film had noticeable performances... Bryce Clyde Jenkins, Harrison Knight, Skai Jackson, Anika Noni Rose, Wood Harris and David Alan Grier included! The story is set in the Flint, Michigan during the summer of 1963, in the Wattsons "All American Family" made up of Daniel and Wilona Watson, (Harris and Rose) and their three kids, 15 year-old juvenile delinquent Byron (Knight), nerdy 11 year-old Kenny (Jenkins) and eight year-old adorable sister Joetta (Jackson). When the oldest son Byron goes over the top with his behviour, his parents decide the family needs a dose of Grandma Sands (Richardson) no nonsense approach in Birmingham, Alabama... Because the movie covers the period of time which happens when Alabama was in the midst of the civil rights struggle, this warm, relatable family drama will revive the civil rights era on the screen where there is not much beauty! Scenes of period-accurate racism and discrimination could be disturbing to some viewers and parents should know that the Birmingham church bombing in which four girls lost their lives, is depicted, and one main character nearly loses her life. My verdict is - Surprisingly good.