For eleven years, an improv group called The Commune has reigned as the big fish in the small pond of their New York improv theater. Turmoil then strikes when one member leaves to star in a television show. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Brad S (mx) wrote: I enjoyed this one very much because of the cast, particularly Adams and McDormand. The movie is fun and entertaining, worth a watch!
Ed M (gb) wrote: I promised a scathing review, so here it is...Another movie that builds and builds, but goes nowhere! Even with Eliza Dushku and Alexis Dziena as the 2 main girls and the film being based on group sex, this movie still sucked! This movie was about an hour too long (and it is only 1 hour, 21 mins). Bad...
Meaghan C (es) wrote: Because leather-clad music groups will always set you (and your animals) free by means of spiritual connections. Very pretty, and full of imposed meaning, but the artsy ("Tarkovsky-like") parts ring a bit hollow, and the "message" (traditional way of life=good, governmental interference/change=bad) can't quite bear the weight of 104 minutes' screentime.
Paul K (fr) wrote: Maybe an interesting story - the inner city white teacher in a largely black school, teaching dialectics to 13-year-olds. Oh yeah and he's a crackhead, and one of his pupils not only knows that, but is also acting as a courier for a local dealer. Interesting perhaps as a character study, and a study of the neighbourhood culture. But actually a bit dull. Some nice jump cuts between the teacher's situation and the pupil's, but otherwise pretty average.
Scott (br) wrote: A strange little movie that I watched just because Kristen Bell was in it. I don't know who I'd recommend it to, but I also wouldn't tell people to avoid it. It's a mini-DV shot independent film that (I think) is supposed to be scary but just comes off sad, strange, and a twist of tragic.
Kapil S (au) wrote: A good story-line, instantly like-able characters and intelligently written dialogues. Meg ryan and kristen stewart were good but Adam brody is the one who stands out in this drama that deals with complications of love and other relationships.
Brendon M (kr) wrote: This could've been put with Part 1 for a 2 hour movie... just felt like they were padding it out to make a few bucks... FAIL!
Kyle M (au) wrote: Dead readers: Do not watch this movie. A 0.5/5 is far more than this deserves, but is the least Flixster is allowing me to rate this. If I could give it a lower rating, such as -20, or perhaps AIDS, I would.
Danielle T (gb) wrote: I love the visual aesthetics in this movie. And for two dollars I believe it was a great investment.
Lau H (au) wrote: This movie have all the ingredient in the first movie, but not as good as the first one. That's all.
Sarah P (gb) wrote: An okay movie - I think more of an excuse to see a lot of boobs - real & fake!
Juli N (ag) wrote: Celebratory high fives for a job well done!
Senor C (jp) wrote: Trying to bring something new to the slasher genre Fatal Games has the killer weapon of choice be a javelin. I found it humorous as they chased their victims toting one. I don't think the writer actually thought about how it would come off on screen. It's not like to can stalk someone w/ a long sharp pole. It's gimmick more then anything else I believe it tries to have this stand out from others that riddled the market in the 80s. For that I won't hold too much against them but the script is uninvolvingly dull & you really couldn't give two shits about any characters. The only interest you're really given is when they're naked be it in the shower, on the massage table or in the sauna.
Carlos M (it) wrote: Another forgettable prequel to The Avengers that doesn't seem to be something of its own, with a plot that is mostly dull, action scenes that are unimpressive for a superhero movie, and a poorly developed villain with uninspired plans of destroying the world.
Jc E (mx) wrote: Before watching this second and last Timothy Dalton James Bond, the burning question was will the sweet smitten, and loyal Russian bond girl Kara Milovy (Maryam d'Abo), with her thick eyebrows and cello playing skills, reprise her role as the new fixed girlfriend of James Bond? Alas I was disappointed. This time James Bond had two new delectable beauties, a latin hottie Lupe (Talisa Soto) and a yankie bombshell Miss Bouvier (Carey Lowell). What really made me sit up was a young Benicio Del Toro who played an outstanding thug Dario. Unfortunately he ended up in the grinder and making bloody mess. It was a relief that James picked the yankie bombshell over the latin hottie in the end because the yankie chick certainly scored more points in saving James Bond's ass.
Matt R (us) wrote: Comically terrible in almost every way, this sequel does away with any semblance of plot or interesting characters, opting instead for pretty girls with big guns to move things along. Don't expect much here.
Cameron M (ru) wrote: I don't care how one sided the views of the movie were, especially favoring the pioneers, its still a wonderful movie