To get to know his girlfriend's son, a man volunteers to pick him up from a prep school....only to learn that her son's not the nicest kid.

A spoiled prep-school boy is horrified when he meets his mother's new boyfriend, Dutch, an unsophisticated, sometimes boorish working-class guy. But poor Dutch, in order to get to know more about the boy, he volunteers to pick him up from a prep school, only to know that the boy is not the nicest kid. Not at all! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dutch torrent reviews

Co P (jp) wrote: Tries to do everything the original had already achieved... and fails predictably.

Catherine G (ag) wrote: Excellent movie. Great story and great music. Wonderful to see a movie set in Seattle actually shot in Seattle. Toni Collette is fantastic as per usual and Thomas Haden Church brings a unique and wonderful voice to his character. Also features some great local Seattle talent! Megan Griffiths continues to show her breadth and brilliance in directing.

Alex M (fr) wrote: A modern-day take on Beauty And The Beast, but from the Beast's perspective. Alex Pettyfer & Vanessa Hudgens try their best, but they can't overcome a script that feels like an episode of a teen drama from the CW network, like Gossip Girl. The 1991 Disney animated film has much better written drama than what's presented here. However, Neil Patrick Harris helps inject some much needed energy into this film so that it's not a complete abomination. It still isn't a good movie though. 4/10.

David J (kr) wrote: Funny but insanely stupid even for its genre. Watch it once and decide.

Alison O (de) wrote: Best in Show: Julie Walters One for the future: Nuala O'Neill Stand-out scene: The ride to the IRA HQ Brainer or no-brainer: Brainer Stands up to one viewing or repeated?: Repeated DVD commentary any good?: n/a TV Notting Hill director Roger Michell made this immediately before his Richard Curtis collaboration and while it's not fantastic there's much to praise about this Belfast-set movie. Movies set on Irish soil during 'the troubles' follow a pattern that is set in stone and this is no exception, but it's Julie Walter's characterisation of a neutral mother who just wants peace for her kids that ensures that this rises above the flotsam and jetsam. This is worth watching for her performance alone, the comic touches that come when she tells her daughter to make the beds before her house is searched by British troops and makes conversation by asking the driver of a car taking her to the IRA HQ whether he is from Cork are priceless. The "plastic paddy" accusations regarding this movie I have issues with; Walters is from Irish stock and is clearly drawing on her own experiences of her mother and grandma in her performance. Walters is Bernie McPhelimy, who arrives in a new part of Belfast with her family and speaks out about the danger on the streets threatening the well-being of her kith and kin. That danger comes from both the British troops and the IRA and the outspoken housewife soon becomes used as a political pawn by both sides. As a study in humanity in the most trying of situations this is perfectly pitched, mostly thanks to the towering presence of Julie Walters whose ability to blend comedy and tragedy is peerless.

Jayakrishnan R (jp) wrote: 92%Watched this on 19/1/15Directed by Oliver Stone, written by Quentin Tarantino, Natural Born Killers is one of the most stylishly insane and violent movies that I have ever seen. At first I was irritated by the cinematography, then I became at peace with it. It's well acted and has most of it's cast in pulpy roles, the best being Robert Downey Jr and Tommy Lee Jones. This film really loves violence.

Garrison R (ru) wrote: While not as good as the Wayne's World movies, MacGruber is still somewhat funny.