The corny fairy tale conclusion feels rushed, but the distractions before it are fun: Chamyto Agueda as the also-chubby best friend who uses money to keep his boyfriend; the trio of fitness-conscious but concerned roommates (including Jeff Luna, as the prince charming), and a series of cute date prospects and some surprising full frontals (masked in theaters, but not on DVD). Cast also includes Francis Sienes, Bryan Lorenzo, Archie De Calma, Ken Dequito, Siegfried Rosa, Miko Guttierrez, Justine Gomez, Trouffles, Bryan Ocampo, Bryan Balansyo, and Arnick Meneses.
- Stars:Joseff Young, Jeff Luna, Chamyto Aguedan, Francis Sienes, Bryan Lorenzo, Archie de Calma, Ken Diquito, Siegfried Riosa, Miko Gutierrez, Justine Gomez, Trouffles, Bryan Ocampo, Brian Balancio, Arnick Meneses, Remar Mallari,
- Director:Jonathan Batoy, Bobby Galura, Remar Mallari, Crisaldo Pablo,
The corny fairy tale conclusion feels rushed, but the distractions before it are fun: Chamyto Agueda as the also-chubby best friend who uses money to keep his boyfriend; the trio of fitness-conscious but concerned roommates (including Jeff Luna, as the prince charming), and a series of cute date prospects and some surprising full frontals (masked in theaters, but not on DVD). Cast also includes Francis Sienes, Bryan Lorenzo, Archie De Calma, Ken Dequito, Siegfried Rosa, Miko Guttierrez, Justine Gomez, Trouffles, Bryan Ocampo, Bryan Balansyo, and Arnick Meneses. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(es) wrote: Better after repeat veiwings. Seek this out! I loved this, a a fantastic soundtrack helps take us through a few days in the life of a 16 year old Ryan Kazinski in a Florida Juvenile Detention, early on a fight breaks out between two boys, while their out picking up trash on the highway. While the gaurds rush to break them out, several boys just take of running in all directions, Ryan is among them. Its not til theyre halfway in the swamp do any of them stop to consider what their doing. It wont come for Ryan til halfway into the movie, when his brother asks "why did you run? You only had a month left?", and he responds, "lets not talk about it. Doesnt matter now". Whatever stupid thing got him locked up, is now rivaled by his equally stupid attempt at escape. His father is never mentioned, and his mother lives in another state he thinks, he and his younger brother who visits him in detention both arent sure. Once he escapes, freedom includes sitting on the porch with some old guys in front of a gas station, getting beat up in a parking lot for stepping on someones bear bottle tops, listening to fellow escapees free-style, a robbery at a dog pound and stealing a puppy, huffig aerosal out of cool whip in the supermarket, night swimming, evading the police, and visiting his younger brother in turn(the emotional heart of the film). What he does isnt whats impressive about this movie(most of the time hes either a child or an idiot), its the way its shown, the use of music, sound, camera, and voice over, that makes so engrossing. Style over substance maybe, but I prefer to think the movie itself, enriches and exceeds the narrow confines of the story, as all good films should. And now the comparisons: rambling voice over from Terrance Malick, music from Morvern Callar and Paranoid Park(which I wouldnt doubt Van Sant saw before going on to his film), story ala Down By Law, some white trash moments from Harmony Korine(with more compasion and less freak show). But those are its references, and scarecly give you sense of how exhilerating and exuberant the whole thing is. Theres little dialogue, and the story feels plotless at points, but by the end, every visit and encounter has had consequences on another. If there is a message to this(if there must be), maybe its that even the seemingly meaningless and impulsive decisions made always have consequences later, but they can richocet to worse, just as well as to better. The ending may seem underthought to some, but I appreciated that it didnt devolve into another muddled indie tragedy. Instead it took off into the clouds. This movie resonated with me, even its uneveness and flaws. I was mesmerized from the first frame to the last. Like southern fried, french new wave. I really, really want the soundtrack. Beautiful and hypnotic.
(de) wrote: Really nice indie comedy with a great premise and intriguing ending. Fischer is a likable lead and has great chemistry with Messina. The script gets a bit clumsy at points, but it's mostly a funny and highly insightful piece.
(nl) wrote: On a documentary level it is a nice start for Eric Bana in this field, however the interest level is only good for a niche audience.
(nl) wrote: OMG this is the funniest movie i'd ever seen....my buddy has a video camera, he is a better director, we can raid the short bus for semi retarded people and find a better script writer, and crack whores make better actors, i have this movie coming to conclusion on my screen as i write this, and i only left it running out of disbelief that sumone could actually release this, i'm a musician, and not a famous one, but this is like having a 5 yr old kid make a demo and try to sell it, this is the craziest stuff i have ever seen passed off as a movie.....damn...y do i get movies out of the bargain bin...no offfense, well offense....do NOT charge money for this....this needs to be in acting class so that you can learn better....
(it) wrote: BEAUTIFUL PICTURE + ACTION + MILLA = BEST MOVIE
(ca) wrote: The beginning was kind of interesting but it just went downhill after that
(kr) wrote: good courtroom drama, centering around the social prejudices of America in the 1930s.
(jp) wrote: Part coming of age story and part teacher/ student romance drama, it is a predictable romance film, with good performances. While being gay is seen as acceptable in the film (despite being set in a catholic school) it feels as if the pressure or tension of the unacceptability of the relationship is pushed onto the fact that it is a violation of the teacher/ student roles.
(ag) wrote: What I was expecting to be an epic fight-fest turned out to be an interesting character-driven film with some interesting moral discussion.
(de) wrote: One of the worst films I've ever seen... having said that, I loved it. It was oddly compelling... stilted dialogue and completely unconvincing scenarios aside. The message is the thing ! Highly recommend it to anyone capable of finding a diamond in the mud.
(kr) wrote: As a kid rating just want you all to know I watched this shit just don't remember
(jp) wrote: its good action movie
(ru) wrote: The funniest movie of the 90s. a classic that is still funny over 20 years later. Ice Cubes greatest achievement.
(de) wrote: l like it? Yes! I like Odette, her character.
(ag) wrote: Worth finding and watching!
(it) wrote: rating systems are lame. if i love it, it gets five stars. so it's not as good as 400 blows--who cares? and maybe it's actually the person i saw it with that i love--so what? we couldn't stop talking about it on the way home.
(de) wrote: Completely inane and illogical, probably Ms. Moore's film career nadir. Painfully bad.
(es) wrote: An extremely riveting story about J.M Barrie's life and his inspiration for the story of Peter Pan, with one of the best Johnny Depp performances I have seen.
(jp) wrote: Lovely and tongue-firmly-in-cheek in its awkwardness in the way that Spinal Tap is, for a group of characters that take themselves far too seriously. Some gut-bustingly funny moments in this too. I must admit that some of the bloodier moments made me cringe more than the farce elements though. All of the individual performances are endearing nonetheless.