Complete Guide to Guys

Complete Guide to Guys

Based on Dave Barry's book, the Complete guide to guys follows guyness from prehistoroc times, to current times and explains many of the mysteries we wonder. Like why do guys leave the toilet seat up, and why won't they ask for directions?

Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Dave Barry's novel attempts to follow the stereotypes of male behavoir from the stone ages to modern times. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Roy C (de) wrote: hmm lets see how it will be...

Paula M (au) wrote: It's painful to watch a single mother struggling for her two children. But amidst the pain, it's the children that surprise us by being the most resilient. Also, Crystal Chiu is absolutely adorable.

Keela D (us) wrote: hilarious when it needs to be, and serious when it needs to be. it's a much see movie.

PY C (ca) wrote: It's entertaining enough to keep me watching. Recommended if you need need something lighthearted to watch.

Carlos A (kr) wrote: Great doco, saw it at Sundance. Tells the human cost of the Iraq War

Bathsheba M (fr) wrote: The ecstatic dance Lola does in the beginning of this movie is so uplifting the movie could've ended there as far I'm concerned. But the rest of the story is worth sticking around for too.

Mats B (au) wrote: The second part of the movie was incredible intense and strong. The first part thou, was to much Tarantino and Trainspotting and weakened the rating.

amy p (fr) wrote: unoriginal but amusingly involving lurky aliens/cabin fever movie. the title's a bit misleading, though. how? now that'd be telling, wouldn't it?

France L (mx) wrote: Un film explosif ? La nuit est tombe sur Belgrade. Et pas depuis le coucher du soleil, mais depuis des annes. Bien sur la tlvision met en lumire chaque jour les Balkans, et le sourire aux lvres des vilains serbes de l??arme de Milosevic qui attaquent les gentils albanais du Kosovo ? Mais que savons nous de la Serbie, si ce n??est qu??elle est dirige par un dictateur ? Que savons nous de ce peuple qui fut parmi les plus grands des Balkans ? Nous n??en voyons qu??une face, la face politico-mdiatique. Mais au dessus de Belgrade, c??est la nuit. C??est en tout cas ce que nous montre Goran Paskaljevic par ce film sensible et intelligent, ce cri d??amour envers son pays. Il nous montre son peuple, le vrai, celui qui survit, tendu par le climat de guerre et d??embargo. Celui qui n??a plus d??argent. Celui qui, au fil des annes, a puis ces ressources, et n??a plus rien vendre. Celui qui il ne reste que deux choix : rester honnte ou se livrer aux gangsters, ceux qui tiennent le march noir. Le film donne alors la priorit aux personnages, toujours films de trs prs, comme si ils allaient surgir de l??cran. Pour mieux tmoigner. Pour mieux nous expliquer ce qui se passe. Pour mieux nous faire ragir ? Le casting est d??ailleurs impressionnant, on retrouve ici tous les grands acteurs du cinma yougoslave : tous ont tenu participer ce film, vhiculer ce message. Leurs destins s??entrecroisent, tous unis par une mme violence, un ras le bol qui, ce soir l, les fait dborder. Pourquoi ? Les raisons sont diverses. Leur vie est rude, la situation conomique dplorable. C??est parce que sa voiture est son seul bien qu??un homme s??attaque un chauffard qui lui tait rentr dedans. Mais aussi parce qu??ils ont t tromps, et se sont tromps eux mmes : c??est las de tous ces mensonges qu??un homme tue son meilleur ami. Par dsespoir, parce qu??il a perdu toute foi en l??avenir. Les jeunes, eux, ont une autre vision des choses, moins fige, moins ancre dans la fatalit. Dans le film, il y a une scne trs forte, exemplaire, dans laquelle un jeune homme d??une vingtaine d??annes, nerv par le retard du bus et le je-m??en-foutisme du chauffeur, entreprend de conduire lui mme l??engin. Ce n??est pas une prise d??otages, c??est sa manire lui de provoquer une raction chez ses ans, devenus fatalistes. Il ne les laissera tranquille que quand ils commenceront se rebeller contre lui, quand il aura enfin rencontr en eux une once de raction, comme une lueur d??espoir ? Ne croyez pas pourtant que le film soit moralisateur ou triste. La drision est un instrument dans lequel les balkaniques sont matres, et Goran Paskaljevic n??chappe pas la tradition. Son film est empreint d??un humour noir dsopilant et intelligent, car ncessaire pour vacuer la tension. Reste la question centrale. Combien de temps la situation peut elle durer ? Combien de temps le peuple peut il se laisser malmener ? Un peuple peut plier, mais il ne se rend pas. Quand il voudra ragir, qui pourra le retenir ? Un peuple a bris le mur de Berlin. Un autre pourra faire exploser les Balkans. A voir pour une leon d??histoire en direct, filme avec tact et intelligence par un homme qui, avant tout, aime son pays.

Michael F (it) wrote: Disaster films tend to rely on the visual spectacle and that strange, possibly Sim City-bred feeling of satisfaction that comes from watching the world as we know it be destroyed. Not so in 1998's Deep Impact, which serves up more of an emotionally-charged character drama, while the impending doom spends 90% of the movie well....impending.When a comet the size of New York City finds its way on a collision course with Earth, a team of astronauts must pilot a payload of nuclear warheads to its surface in the hopes of diverting its trajectory elsewhere. Should the attempt fail, the United States government has set up a selection process, which will allow one million individuals to live safely underground in a modern-day Noah's Ark until the "extinction level event" has subsided.Among those selected is Jenny Lerner (Tea Leoni), a Washington D.C. reporter struggling to forgive her father's divorce, and the original finder of the comet, Leo Biederman (Elijah Wood), an adolescent teen with romantic attachments to his astronomy classmate, Sarah. As the meteor approaches, we're painted a clear picture of the constant state of fear and depression that would grip a society counting down the days until certain death. Marshall Law is instituted to control looting and rioting. Prices are frozen to prevent business owners from cashing in on people's desperation. Suicides among the elderly increase, as no one over 50 is selected for entry into the safe haven. The sadness that would certainly become impossible to escape is on full display, but so is the sacrifice. Older people with and without families exchange their spots underground so that the children have a chance at life. Husbands willingly remain behind, choosing rather to die with their spouses than leave them to face the end alone.Deep Impact will not deliver for those seeking graphic destruction on a prolonged scale. However, it still captures a very real sense of dread and grief, complete with a stoic, speech-giving Morgan Freeman as president and an ending that showcases the best that human beings have to offer.

Jeremy P (de) wrote: The first Depardieu movie I ever saw (must have been 16 at the time). The interplay between Depardieu and Blanc is hilarious.

Paul D (nl) wrote: Drew Barrymore is dominant and confident in her role despite the young age and it really helps the film which does need it. While the story is already far-fetched, the comedy is a little lighter than it needs to be.

spirit h (ru) wrote: LOVE THIS MOVIE FOR LIFE LIFE LIFE LIFE

Kay L (gb) wrote: Just terrible. Didn't miss a thing when I was younger.

JDouglas M (us) wrote: Awesome Movie. There all awesome!

Jason F (nl) wrote: Amazing performances on both parts. Truly deep and original genre-less movie that's more than worth a second viewing.