Two college student decide to go spend some quality time at a beauty pageant with the help of their Porsche.
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Jack C (nl) wrote: A watchable fantasy film. Not the best in the world though.
Helen M (kr) wrote: Had great potential, started off with a sort of indie-reunion movie vibe that seemingly wouldn't disappoint, but mid-way through, you find yourself disappointed. Especially with the ending which was, a complete buzzkill.
Don S (jp) wrote: Completely unbelievable story with unconvincing performances by Alphonso McAuley and Scott Mechlowicz as the novice private detectives who don't have a client but are spending wads of cash so one of them can get laid. Not enough story line to hold your interest and a too pat ending. The assassins are the best thing about this movie. Both had character and were played well by Janet McTeer and Tony Curran. Paz Vega's talent was wasted here.
Mlissa A (ca) wrote: Le film tait divertissant jusqu' temps que la conclusion arrive. Une conclusion qui ne fonctionne en rien du tout. Conclusion voire, impossible. Bref, ca m'a fait regretter le temps que j'avais pu mettre a regarder cela.
Ash M (ru) wrote: Personally, I like this John Singleton movie even more than Boyz in the Hood.
Captive A (br) wrote: Even though it borrows the name of a real person, the content is fiction, meaning they could have gone anywhere with it. It was entertaining in a trashy novel kind of way. It never rises above the level of just OK and that's too bad.
Trenton R (ag) wrote: Impressive visuals don't cover up bland characters, and unbelievably bad songs.
daryl g (ag) wrote: Better than the average Elvis movie. Has the usual singing and dancing, but a little bit of action makes it a pretty decent viewing.
Jose Luis M (es) wrote: Estupenda direccin y una impactante actuacin de Ms Taylor.
jay n (ru) wrote: Thia was Claudette's second to last theatrical feature and if this was the quality of scripts she was being offered at that time it's no wonder she stayed away six years between this and Parrish. First of all she belongs in some urbane urban setting not the Old West and try though she might she is out of place here. Additionally she and Barry Sullivan, always a dull leading man no matter his costar, go together like oil and water. The script is ordinary and the direction not terribly exciting plus the film is soft and fuzzy with overbright color. If you like Claudette or westerns it's okay but don't expect anything above the routine.
Lonna G (mx) wrote: sounds like a good time
Jaime W (au) wrote: This was kind of a "welcome back from the dark side" broad comedy project for Jim Carrey. A return to Liar Liar form. I like his dark stuff and his light stuff. But this movie actually breaks my heart near the end. But I don't want to say too much for anyone who hasn't seen it yet.
Steve S (ca) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***
Cory T (fr) wrote: 'Trick or Treat' is the prime example of a sleeper: a film that was overlooked upon its release and is actually a kitschy, supremely fun picture in its own right. I love the anti-glorification of the self-destructive rockstar lifestyle and how impressionable teenagers would become drawn to it. Despite their prominence on the box art, Simmons and Ozzy are only in crucial, tongue-in-cheek cameos. Price's angst is relatable and his seance of Sammi is a clever integration to vent his frustrations with the jocks and other cliques. For his directorial debut, Charles Martin Smith has forged an unsettling and rollicking occult thriller.