A fish-out-of-water comedy about a talented street drummer from Harlem who enrolls in a Southern university, expecting to lead its marching band's drumline to victory. He initially flounders in his new world, before realizing that it takes more than talent to reach the top. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Evan H (br) wrote: Such a bad movie. I watched it because (1) I was bored and (2) I didn't know what else to watch!
Connor G (fr) wrote: I thought I'd heard good things about this movie. Apparently I was mistaken. None of them are good people, but you come to care about a couple of them. Very well made, but not all that great in the end.
Bernie M (au) wrote: Once again, very stupid, lots of fun. Statham is back as the indestructible Chelios, and I couldn't be happier with this sequel. More of the same dumb action from the first movie, but that's fine since I loved the first movie. Not to be taken seriously, and you definitely have to turn your brain off for this one. You thought the first one was dumb, this one is even dumber. Still a great action movie with a great badass in Statham, and I'll almost definitely end up watching them back to back again. Good stuff.
Bryan B (nl) wrote: Amusing, maybe even funny in parts... lots of eye-rolling in others. Considerable amounts of WTF, why was I talked into renting this moments.
Robert D (br) wrote: pacino and mcconaughey make a good team. but the story was lacking something
Charlie M (mx) wrote: No Stars! Terrible movie!
Gord F (mx) wrote: There's a lot of entertaining things that happen in this movie. The characters are well developed, the film quality is high, there is good attention to detail and it's a lot more emotionally moving than you would expect from a sci fi movie. This is one of the greatest and most underrated pieces of film I've ever seen. 5/5 Stars. A must watch for sci fi fans and movie fans in general.
Sam F (ag) wrote: This movie is the best in the Indiana Jones series! It was also very funny. It had a great story too.
Rian A (de) wrote: films featuring the character unique and interesting
Kirstie R (it) wrote: David Tennant was born to play Hamlet. I usually don't go for modern renditions of Shakespeare plays, but I thought this one was well done. They kept the language and let it speak for itself instead of trying to modernize Shakespeare's language, which usually ends up being a total disaster.
Kevin M (ru) wrote: I like Robert Redford, but I wouldn't say I'm a fan of movies directed by Robert Redford. It's hard not to fall in love with the cast and about 30 minutes into this movie you will. I did like this movie but it was boring and slow. The third act was stand out though, not being sarcastic, it really was the best part of the movie.
Joanna B (kr) wrote: Ticking all the requisite Valentine's Day romance boxes whilst still managing to retain boyish appeal, This means war is a stereo-typical rom-brom-act-com (Romantic, bromance, action, comedy). Managing to capture the same feeling of camaraderie as in his Charlies Angels Full throttle offering, ex brash music- video director McG has married a stellar cast with witty repartee in an epic battle of one-upmanship. After all, all is fair in love and war.CIA special-ops agents Franklin (Chris Pine) and Tuck (Tom Hardy) have a special kind of friendship. Claiming they would do anything for each other; even stop a bullet, if it came to that. When a supposedly covert operation to capture an evil Russian brother-duo ends up a completely public mess with one dead after falling from a Hong Kong high-rise onto a taxi, the pair are grounded in their LA base and consigned to boring and menial desk duties. Whiling away the time, Tuck wonders about finding the same deep connection he shares with his partner, but with a woman. Snickering Franklin supports Tuck in signing up for an online-dating service, suggesting he waits nearby as an escape route on his first match date with cutesy Blonde named Lauren (Reece Witherspoon).Although a successful and beautiful single lady, Lauren is in a massive dating rut. After an embarrassing chance encounter with her ex-boyfriend and his perky new girlfriend, Lauren's ravenously horny and highly inappropriate BFF Trish (Chelsea Handler) decides a saucy internet dating profile is just the ticket to get her back in the game.Both uneasy about re-entering the dating world, Tuck and Laruen overcome the first date jitters and hit it off wonderfully.Moments after their date; whilst trawling the video shop for something watchable, Lauren is woefully hit on by Franklin. Quickly rebuffing his advances, Lauren leaves the suave operator to resort to creepy stalker mode to secure a date. After accosting her and work, Franklin proceeds to an equality uncomfortable date, however after bumping into her ex again and Franklin plays along, Lauren sees something more behind his over-compensative exterior. Following Trish's advice and against her better judgement, Lauren decides to begin a relationship with both guys to see which one she has more of a connection with. But as the boys share a gloat about each of their new girlfriends, they realise that they are in fact pursuing the exact same girl.Coming to an uneasy 'gentleman's pact', they agree to allow Lauren to decide who she will choose without interference or intervention. As their spy natures take hold, each covertly puts together a team to watch her every movement and obtains clues on how to both woe the woman and win the battle. The competition spurs the two hyper-attentive suitors on and the ensuing dates become increasingly implausible. From a private trapeze lesson, to an exclusive showing of Gustav Klimt painting collection, to a bloodthirsty paintball game and a lap in a limited edition 60's classic car, nothing about this rings remotely true or at all romantic, showing the films true colours as a boys arm-wrestling match, fun to watch but completely irrelevant. Who will Lauren choose? The seemingly shallow pretty-boy lady-killer Franklin (AKA FDR) or the brawnier, deeper and more genuine divorced father of one Tuck?Known mostly for their action chops, Hardy (Warrior, Dark Knight Rises, Inception) and Pine (Star Trek, Smokin' Aces, Unstoppable) work well together and develop a palpable kinship; While Witherspoon continues to hone her comedy skills and snappy one-liners along-side the high-censored but still cringe-worthy scene stealing Handler. The Verdict: Suffering greatly from some hasty last minute editing, this film feels a little jagged and underdeveloped. The buddy bickering, passive-aggressive maneuvers and ikky plot-points helped cover up the essence of creepy stalker-isms employed through wire taps, GPS devices and hidden cameras. Like most storms in a tea cup, this film barely a skirmish makes both on screen and critically.Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 17/02/2012