A Hong Kong bra company breaks tradition by hiring two men, Johnny and Wayne, to design an "ultimate bra" in 3 months. The head of the designing department, Lena, objects to their hiring ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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A Hong Kong bra company breaks tradition by hiring two men, Johnny and Wayne, to design an "ultimate bra" in 3 months. The head of the designing department, Lena, objects to their hiring ...
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Jason S (kr) wrote: Beyond horrible. I was hoping for something, anything, but when the scenes of the women coming after the prey was the same scene repeated time and time again, I knew I was in for it. Then the head morphing was absolutely hysterical.
Katie P (au) wrote: Miss Giggs said I need to give this 5 stars so on her behalf... She sat mesmerized for 2 entire hours. Oh and I actually cried during the dog pound scene. I may need to toughen up.
Catherine G (au) wrote: It was the best movie that I have ever seen!
TeeJay B (de) wrote: Sooooo bad. How does this shit get made?Is Ben Stiller tight on the purse strings? Why would his wife bother to do this drivel? Drama is not her thing, to say the least.Christine Taylor needs to never put her hands near her face again. Freakishly large for such a petite woman. And it was her favorite horrified gesture. Distracting. Not to mention, but I'm just sayin', she had some wonky botox going on in her forehead.Continuity (was it raining or not, she didn't have her purse with her when she got in the cab, etc), editing, camera distances, lighting. Horrible.p.s. The reason I watched this drivel...channel surfing and recognized the hospital location where I worked on "Boogeyman II". That Linda Vista Hospital is everywhere!
Alessandro C (fr) wrote: wisely directed movie with outstanding performances
Michael S (de) wrote: I am such a fan of Woody Allen (or was such a fan, I guess, since every film afer "Sweet And Lowdown" has seemed truly adrfit and unfocused to me) that I tend to forgive most of the traits that drive his detractors mad. While still a very funny venture, however, I am distracted by this particular entry's self-serving nature toward its creator. There's something about following this little man into awkward temptations and obsessions about the mother of his adopted son... it just seems desperate to make us see Allen in such a heroic and selfless way. And the fact that he gets the girl anyway feels tasteless. But its funny!
Ruth G (gb) wrote: A movie comparable with Donnie Darko, yet not as good. An old movie with John Cusack is however a movie for all the philosphers out there. If your watching to get a look at Viggo Mortensen and wife Exene, it may not be worth your wild. In this case only for the collecter; Viggo's face in not shown and only a short shot of Exene is in the end.
Marie M (es) wrote: so well done - so well told. And a little crushing.
jd c (it) wrote: Great film, brings back many childhood memories. It's cheesy in parts of course (teen 80's) but that's only part of it's charm. I'll never get tired of this film. It's a fun and entertaining viewing experience. Great soundtrack as well.
Ruben A (nl) wrote: read the book and liked it alot, hopefully the film will do the same
Joe A (mx) wrote: 70s sci-fi/thriller has a group of people sealed into a survival shelter during the onset of nuclear war and discovering they're locked in with a horde of hungry vampire bats. Despite what sounds like an amusing idea, flick is robbed of any fun as it's filmed with an absolutely lethargic hand by director Sutton Roley and the weak script and bad dialog don't help either. The cast is completely wooden and since we've seen a number of these actors do much better, it again falls on the director for not inspiring his performers. And this includes the bats as well, who are given no sense of menace or threat and are portrayed at times with some embarassingly bad FX. It's a shame, there is a really fun B-movie idea buried under all the underwhelming melodrama but, like it's beseiged characters, it's completely drained of life by the anemic execution by those behind the camera.
Scott C (es) wrote: I can barely remember this. Might be good for an 80s nostalgia laugh.
Kristen K (fr) wrote: I was really hoping they would change the ending of the book for the movie because I HATED the ending but Emilia Clarke was super adorable and a great big ball of sunshine so I didn't hate the movie. Sam is still a selfish dbag though.