A New Jersey guy dedicated to his family, friends, and church, develops unrealistic expectations from watching porn and works to find happiness and intimacy with his potential true love. Wrestling with good old fashioned expectations of the opposite sex, Jon and Barbara struggle against a media culture full of false fantasies to try and find true intimacy in this unexpected comedy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A New Jersey guy dedicated to his family, friends, and church, develops unrealistic expectations from watching porn and works to find happiness and intimacy with his potential true love.
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nikola t (ca) wrote: One of the worst movies ever
Bill R (ru) wrote: a movie that kind of loses its way halfway through and doesnt know where to go. felt good in thebstart and learn aboutbthe two mains but then they throw ina random journey and just seems to be kids screwing off because they can.
Elijah L (ca) wrote: Although (embarrassingly enough to admit) somewhat entertaining, Grown Ups does not qualify as a comedy film. The only thing about Grown Ups which is even remotely reminiscent of comedy is how laughably bad it is.
Dave R (jp) wrote: sayles touches on a lot of different topics in this biting critique of politics, big business and everything in between - even religion. funny at times, poignant at others. a great cast that delivers great performances. it's a little longer than it needs to be due to the labyrinthine plot, which i think could have been trimmed a bit without any damage to the film. nevertheless it was worth watching.
Irene C (ag) wrote: I know that the first scene will shock a lot of people, but overall the movie taught everyone alot of things
Knox M (kr) wrote: Even though things like the invisible car are fun, Die Another Day is a genuinely bad movie from a bad director.
Ken S (us) wrote: Kevin Costner usually does not interest me. I don't know if I'd call him a bad actor, it's just that his characters tend to be bland. But he is a baseball fan, and I think the films he has chosen in which the game is the subject matter tend to be his better films. I haven't seen most of them in a long long while, but I have recently re-watched this Sam Raimi baseball film: "For Love of the Game"...and when it focuses on the game and not the rather mundane/average love story, it is actually pretty good. The present day game Costner is pitching, and the interactions with other players in flashbacks are interesting, but the romance angle is a whole lot of bleh. Raimi is a better director than this - but the movie isn't unwatchable, because the true drama and tensity of what a real Perfect Game is like is there...but that stuff has enough weight that I don't care about his girlfriend issues too much, especially when they don't do anything new with that material.
Manuel M (mx) wrote: Where in the middle of the line theres a twist thats givesa different direction to the whole movie, and here kinda worked but still maybe is the lack of chemistry between the leadings or the history is just not strong enough to emote the watcher.
Amara R (mx) wrote: LOVR LOVE LOVE the music
Chris H (fr) wrote: Pretty good though a few goofs...Wandsworth Condemned Cell wasn't quite right. The removeable panels aren't depicted correctly. In Wandsworth the prisoner would be lead through a normal but sound proof door to a lobby area (the size of a standard cell) and then through a large doorway where the panels would have been removed that morning and placed to the sides. The panels were to give the lobby area the impression of a cloak room and they also had coat hooks fixed on panels because the prisoner used the lobby to go to excercise outside. He would go through the sound proof door then turn left in the lobby area and go through a door and down stairs. The gallows room was straight ahead behind the removeable panels hence the coat hooks. If the prisoner was suspicious of what might be behind the panels they would be told it was a store room standardly.Each prison uses the same concept but modified slightly. Most prisons used double doors rather than removeable panels and sometimes the door leading into the lobby area would be concealed by a wardrobe on wheels.
Brad S (gb) wrote: a 1923 silent from the contemporary of Chaplin & Keaton, Harold Lloyd. this is probably his most well known film. It's amusing and has great stunts, not on the level of Chaplin and Keaton, but definitely worth watching! Check it out!
Twisted Progress (it) wrote: It was a twist from the Bram Stoker's Dracula with Winona Ryder & Keanu Reeves in it and the nature of some of the characters have changed but it was enjoyable. I am so vampire obsessed.