Forced to work for their wealthy father to learn how to be responsible, two teenagers (Alyson Michalka, Amanda Michalka) try to save his business when company funds goes missing. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In order to learn how to be responsible, two wealthy teen sisters are forced to work in the family business by their exasperated father. When company funds goes missing, it's up to the girls to save the day.
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Colin M (kr) wrote: Like a poor man's disturbia, a really, really poor film
Patti W (au) wrote: I found the quiet "innosence" of Maggie Smith's character hilareous! It was also refreshing to see Rowan Atkinson in a decent role without having him acting like a stupid goof. The ending had my husband & I laughing out loud!
Steve R (ag) wrote: Spinal Tap for comic nerds. Really boring, not funny, nothing to say - won't make sense to anyone who isn't a huge comic fan. Don't bother!
Mind the Book o (nl) wrote: Deeply morbid, deeply morbid. Also, a deeply bookish and moving indie flick.
Johnny T (ag) wrote: It's clever, vulgar and fully committed to making us howl with laughter. If only all sequels were this much fun. This is a movie that both parodies "The Sopranos" and aspires to its mordant humor. I don't think anyone -- not Tony Soprano, not Paul Vitti -- can have it both ways. Although the level of the comedy declines as the movie proceeds, there's no denying the fun of watching De Niro and Crystal having fun. With any sitcom, the freshness is ultimately in the writing, and I think the jokes are better here than in Analyze This, and the actors are more comfortable together. I don't know if De Niro is softening or has lost his edge, but he now seems content mocking himself. Turns out to be a Hollywood sequel of surpassing silliness and wasted talent. What we get in Analyze That are several talented actors delivering their familiar screen personas in the service of an idiotic plot. Analyze That, is, I dare say it, a better film than the original. VERDICT: "In The Zone" - [Mixed Reaction] These kinds of movies are usually movies that had some good things, but some bad things kept it from being amazing. This rating says buy an ex-rental or a cheap price of the DVD to own. If you consider cinema, ask for people's opinion on the film. (Films that are rated 2.5 or 3 stars)
Phillip H (ca) wrote: This movie is incredibly funny, but asks some very tough, insightful questions about the nature of religion and what it means to relate to other human beings. And all three of the films lead actors turn in amazingly honest performances.
Scott M (ag) wrote: The worst. Absolute dung. Poo poo. Excrement. Ca ca. *stinky*
Jim C (jp) wrote: What a beautiful film. This is just the kind of film that you so rarely see made in the US. 'Ma Vie En Rose' has so many levels to it that there's something that should appeal to everyone. I absolutely love this film - funny at times, serious at others, scary, sweet, and sad.
Ben H (es) wrote: love this movie it was a perfect movie about the war and everthing that was happening
Jav B (ru) wrote: Definitively this is a landmark on the history of Science fiction movies. The influence on movies such as "Alien", "The Thing" and many more is more than evident. Great SF with a cockney touch ;)
Simon D (br) wrote: I was relieved that this wasn't a another poorly made zombie movie, it was actually about Voodoo which is a lot scarier subject than zombies as there are plenty of people in the world that fully believe in it. At just over an hour long I didn't expect such an elaborate storyline. The direction of the film was very good, It had an eerie atmosphere.