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High school student Rina has a bad attitude and thinks that friends are something that you use when you need them. She doesn't have any real relationships and is not even on good terms with her parents. Rina is the clubbing queen and could get any guy she wants with her stunning looks. One day, Rina suddenly collapses and her world falls apart. She finds out that she has cancer. The only one who starts to support her is her classmate Maki. Maki tells that they were friends in primary school even though Rina doesn't remember. Maki wants to get close to Rina and help her like Rina had helped Maki when she had hard times.

High school student Rina has a bad attitude and thinks that friends are something that you use when you need them. She doesn't have any real relationships and is not even on good terms with her parents. Rina is the clubbing queen and could get any guy she wants with her stunning looks. One day, Rina suddenly collapses and her world falls apart. She finds out that she has cancer. The only one who starts to support her is her classmate Maki. Maki tells that they were friends in primary school even though Rina doesn't remember. Maki wants to get close to Rina and help her like Rina had helped Maki when she had hard times. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Qudsiyah M (us) wrote: clich (C)d!! why wud talented actors like ranbir n priyanka waste their time on such a movie?

Scott S (it) wrote: It's already been on nickelodeon

Samuli K (au) wrote: Ok movie, the book was better, though. Extra half a star for the great soundtrack!

Franois D (gb) wrote: PAS POUR TOUT LE MONDE. Mais alors l, vraiment pas ! LOL! Si vous aimez l'humour trash, compltement tordu, drangeant et irrvrencieux, vous avez des chances d'aimer. Par contre, si, pour vous, un bon film est ncessairement et seulement un film o tout le monde est gentil et plein de bons sentiments, ou si vous n'avez pas vraiment de culture cinmatographique (c'est--dire que vous n'avez jamais vu autre chose que des blockbusters hollywoodiens ou des comdies lgres et que vous n'avez jamais entendu parler des films Happiness, The Boss of it All, Das Experiment, Dogville, Lars and the Real Girl ou Amores Perros, par exemple), alors laissez tomber, vous allez trouver ce film dgueulasse. Les autres, ne soyez pas timides, a vaut la peine d'tre vu, ne serait-ce que pour le ''courage'' de tourner une comdie aussi noire dans un march petit de 7 millions d'habitants - presque un suicide commercial, mais chapeau quand mme !

Mai M (ag) wrote: It's a warm story .. funny somtimes and really really lovely

Amber L (it) wrote: When Toni Colette is in a movie, I have much higher expectation.... But with Cameron Diaz I should've known better... This was too long!

Leon B (ag) wrote: I have to say when i first saw this movie when i was 6, i really enjoyed it. I thought that now sees i'm grown up i still think it is still very good and there should be a sequel, but i don't think it would work if they don't have Robert Englund as Freddy. I don't get why some fans weren't happy with Kane Hodder not reprising his role as Jason, although it wasn't his fault, it was up to the director. But i don't think there is a difference on who plays a masked murderer because he doesn't have to speak. The only thing i wouldn't of liked if Robert Englund didn't reprise his role as Freddy Krueger, that would only be the thing i would be upset about.

Shana G (nl) wrote: read the "professional" reviews their weak; watch it & make your owns

Natasha W (kr) wrote: Cillian Murphy freaks me out.

Robert B (fr) wrote: Caveman (Carl Gottlieb, 1981)Caveman was a favorite of mine in the junior-high days, so when it popped up on Netflix Instant, I figured I'd give it another go and see if it was still as much fun as I remembered it being. I doubt it will surprise anyone that the answer is ?no?, but I admit to a great deal of bias here, and I'm probably not going to paint the movie being anywhere near as awful as it actually is; you have been warned. Plot: Atouk (Ringo Starr?yes, that Ringo Starr) is the runt of his tribe, but that doesn't stop him from lusting after Lana (The Black Belly of the Tarantula's Barbara Bach), consort of the tribe's leader, Tonda (The Goonies' John Matuszak). Fast-forward through a series of misadventures that gets Atouk thrown out of the tribe and hooks him back up with Lar (Dennis Quaid), one of the few members of his former tribe who actually liked him, but had been left for dead after a dinosaur attack. Atouk and Lar slowly build up their own tribe of outcasts, misfits, and wanderers, including Tala (the second feature-film appearance for Second City TV alumna Shelley Long). Atouk and Tala grow close...but close enough to derail Atouk's singular goal of winning Lana?Saying ?it's a Hollywood historical rom-com from the eighties? should be more than enough to drive you away, though with the understanding that I'm going kinda loose on ?historical? there. But you get the idea. Inane toilet humor abounds, the romance plot is entirely predictable, etc. But there are three things about this movie that might make you want to watch it: (1) Jim Danforth's stop-motion dinosaur effects are a lovely, and effective, tribute to the golden age of Hollywood. (2) Lalo Schifrin's infectious main title theme will get stuck in your head for months on end. (3) Ringo Starr and Barbara Bach actually did end up together?with the result that both of them effectively retired from feature films not long after they got married (though Starr, of course, had a long and successful career on the Thomas the Tank Engine/Shining Time Station TV show). Starr and Bach both last appeared on the big screen in 1986's To the North of Katmandu (though as I write this IMDB lists Starr as having a cameo in a 2013 production that's still filming). And if that isn't a reason to celebrate this movie, I don't know what is. **

Emma O (au) wrote: love al the carry on films

Rob R (kr) wrote: The Conjuring (2013)A modern horror classic. It's not that frightening for experienced horror fans, but it's a structurally exceptional film thanks to great pacing and devoted direction from James Wan. Based on the true story of a haunted farmhouse in 1971 Rhode Island, paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren document the haunting of the Perron family through their experience and trust within the Catholic Church. The Conjuring is unique because it revolves around real people, The Warren's, and the telling of their story and the story of this haunting. It's a slow-building thriller at first, with brilliant use of audio to conjure up scares, see what I did there? No, but seriously, Wan uses sound to create creepy scares throughout his films, and it's used so effectively in The Conjuring. The scares come often towards the second and third acts, mostly due to Wan's creative direction and strong acting. As one of the highest grossing horror films of all time, it could be compared to this generations, The Exorcist. James Wan has been an excellent contributor in bringing the horror genre back to life. A-

Francisco L (gb) wrote: Child's Play is an original horror movie that is well-acted and well-fundamented, however I predicted everything since the beginning until the end, and the thriller scenes weren't very clever.