Damsels in Distress

Damsels in Distress

A trio of beautiful girls set out to revolutionize life at a grungy American university: the dynamic leader Violet Wister, principled Rose and sexy Heather. They welcome transfer student Lily into their group which seeks to help severely depressed students with a program of good hygiene and musical dance numbers.

A trio of girls set out to change the male-dominated environment of the Seven Oaks college campus, and to rescue their fellow students from depression, grunge and low standards of every kind. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Daniel G (au) wrote: Ruby Sparks is a very relatable movie. I think most people could guess what the message of the movie would be and predict how the story would unfold, but despite that it managed to came across powerfully, in my opinion. The ending, and I guess the whole movie itself is somewhat cheesy, but it's just the right amount. Acting's also great. I'm kinda suprised at how much Paul Dano looks like Shane Dawson, the youtube vlogger.

Dawn V (es) wrote: Yeah. Not exactly intellectual stimulating but passed the time.

Matt G (kr) wrote: I would compare this movie to garbage, but that wouldn't be entirely accurate...both are stinky and useless, but garbage has substance. "Keeping Up with the Steins", a completely unfunny comedy with a wasted cast of talented actors, is just...nothing.

Jonathan D (fr) wrote: It is a privilege to travel with the people of Dolpo.

Patrick G (fr) wrote: damn this movie is fun to watch and some scenes were scary

Josh G (jp) wrote: People have already addressed everything wrong with the movie, some I'm just going to state what I liked about it instead. I found that despite the plot holes, and semi unoriginal plot line the acting in this movie was still considerably amazing.

Steven P (mx) wrote: Other than the outstanding 10 minute action sequence of Naomi Watts being chased by the foetodon and then the V-rex, until being saved by King Kong, the movie gives us nothing that wasn't provided by the original 1933 epic. In fact, considering that the story is about mankind's greedy insistence on dominating the world at the expense of wildlife, the story is all the more upsetting when the re-make is watched 70+ years later, when we should have learned something. Couldn't the re-make have at least shown the greedy wrong-doers paying for their sins? Additionally, the script has multiple storylines which go nowhere.