Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story

Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story

When megalomaniacal White Goodman, the owner of a trendy, high-end fitness center, makes a move to take over the struggling local gym run by happy-go-lucky Pete La Fleur, there's only one way for La Fleur to fight back: dodgeball. Aided by a dodgeball guru and Goodman's attorney, La Fleur and his rag-tag team of underdogs launch a knock-down, drag-out battle in which the winner takes all.

An amazing comedy: A group of misfits decide to take part in a Las Vegas Ä‘ogeball tournament to turn their dream into the truth. They have try their best to save their cherished local gym. Let's follow them in this interesting movie . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Andrea V (it) wrote: There's Woody Allen in it, but it's not a Woody Allen movie, though it feels like a (mediocre) Woody Allen flick. That's because John Turturro tries to make a Woody Allen movie without much success and his acting is even worse. Go back to just acting, please.

Dan F (au) wrote: Here Comes the Devil, despite an unwieldy title, is appropriately creepy and tense, allowing viewers to immerse themselves in the plight of a couple that temporarily loses its two children while visiting Tijuana - only to find that the kids are now exhibiting some peculiar behavior.Felix (Francisco Barreiro) and Sol (Laura Caro), after a day of sightseeing, allow their kids Adolfo and Sara to hike up a hill and do some exploring while their weary parents wait in a gas-station parking lot. The parents fall asleep, and when they awake it's almost dark with no sign of the kids. The police are called, but because of the lack of light the search is put off until the morning. Felix and Sol blame each other and themselves and argue, suffering a sleepless night.The next morning, though, good news: Adolfo and Sara have been found. They're returned to their parents, but it soon becomes clear that the children have changed. They're largely uncommunicative with their parents but have seemingly formed a stronger bond with each other. Around this time, Sol discovers some oddities about her daughter's entry into puberty and becomes quite suspicious.There's a lot of atmosphere here and not an overwhelming amount of dialog (it's in Spanish, with subtitles), both of which I consider pluses. What's up with the kids? Is someone or something controlling them? Probably. Are they in danger? Very likely. Sol becomes more frantic with each revelation, and when she discovers someone who may have been on the hill with the children - she suspects molestation - she and Felix take matters into their own hands to resolve the issue. But do they have the right guy?Caro, our protagonist, is aces high, and Barreiro is a fine match as the husband who just wants to put all of this madness behind them and be thankful his innocent children are back safe. Something's sure amiss with Adolfo and Sara, but each step down the winding rabbit hole leads further into utter madness. It's probably more serious than even molestation. Here Comes the Devil is just straight up frightening.PS: I've seen this film compared favorably with Peter Weir's 1975 classic Picnic at Hanging Rock, and I have to agree.

Emile H (ru) wrote: The movie is an intelligent look into the understanding of two sides, although unfortunately there is always some seedy underbelly within. The special effects are almost impressive, with the CGI apes looking almost realistic. The problem is that the story does a great job combining the human and ape characters toward an understanding, but the misunderstanding, once brought in, leads to the tensions being very forced. That's not to say the ensuing action isn't wonderful, nor Gary Oldman's character's motivations entirely questionable, but it causes a lack of escalation to what could be a moving third act. But for what it's worth, the battle between man and ape has never looked so good.

Frankie D (au) wrote: Dancing is wayyy better in this, and moose is a good character, but the main characters arent too interesting. Great dancing though!

Joe W (it) wrote: Not the best movie ever. Raunchy and a bit retarded at times. For the type of movie this is though, it's awesome!

Michael D (gb) wrote: I watched this for SELLECK & AMECHE.. they are quite a pair!It was funny in parts.. slow in others but, all in all.. pretty good!

Indu R (kr) wrote: An OK movie. Not as good as the first movie. Still funny and entertaining.

Tony M (it) wrote: Night of the Creeps is the B Horror movie John Hughes never made. It will "thrill you."

Weul S (kr) wrote: A photojournalist tries to capture the truth about the civil war in el salvador in oliver stone's directorial debut.

Brian S (es) wrote: A good movie, even though torture movies are not my favorite type of film. A lot of bloodshed and disturbing torture and a few twists we weren't expecting. The acting is really good and the special gore effects aren't bad at all. If you are a fan of gory, disturbing torture scenes then i recommend Hostel.