Excuse My French

Excuse My French

A Christian kid suddenly is forced to go to a public school after his father dies and because of a misunderstanding everyone thinks that he's a Muslim.

A Christian kid suddenly is forced to go to a public school after his father dies and because of a misunderstanding everyone thinks that he's a Muslim. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Excuse My French torrent reviews

Jonathan B (ag) wrote: The acting was bad, the murder scenes are bad, Overall it is terrible

Bri A (ru) wrote: Don't waste your time. Asylum has come out with yet another movie that is a waste of your time and money. I will say, though, that it is better than most of the typical Asylum movies.

Darryl T (mx) wrote: Well done! And I don't even like these guys!

Jan D (de) wrote: Transcends the art of blending documentary with fiction. Unhurried and graceful, this is a bittersweet, aching paean to fatherhood, a soaring hymn to nature and a stark, primal reminder of what makes us who we are.

Jack F (br) wrote: Decent. I was angry at times because they kept cutting out most of the performances, but then I remembered this is a story about The Who, not their music so much. That being said, they completely overlooked Won't Get Fooled Again while talking about Who's Next, which was a severe misstep if you ask me. Still though, any Who fan will not be disappointed.

Ryuji K (br) wrote: What is the meaning of the last scene, two dogs on the TV?

Elgan D (it) wrote: Bizarre film from Russia. At times farcical comedy mixed with some dark material. Quite well made but tonally difficult to get into.

Tim H (au) wrote: Take a couple of new scenes and clips from old movies to make a new movie

Nikolai E (gb) wrote: Guess what? It's terrible! Although you might be able to scrape out some vestigial entertainment value from watching Billy Blanks and Bolo Yeung (as a HERO this time!) awkwardly kick ass. The best thing I can say about it is that there are no pushover thugs, every stunt performer is at least moderately skilled and as much choreography is put into the minor encounters as the climactic ones. But it's still terrible.

Edgar W (kr) wrote: The characters, the story, the dialogues etc. everything brilliant ! Quentin is a genius mind.

Joanne S (au) wrote: Alan Rickman AND Clive Owen in one film? Mr Poliakoff, with your casting you are really spoiling us. Oddly claustrophic tale of incest set in the dying days of the 1980s, this film is carried by three very strong performances from the leads and direction/screenplay full of pleasingly jarring, unsettling moments.

Sarah M (ru) wrote: "Promises! Promises!" is best known for Jayne Mansfield's infamous topless scenes. Although Mansfield has been widely criticized for doing this film, I think it's a cute and entertaining comedy. (Personally, it's one of my favorite Jayne Mansfield movies.) Definitely one worth seeing!

John S (jp) wrote: This is probably my favortie Mike Myers movie. It is one of the best comedies of the 90's. What makes this movie stand out is its humor, Mike Myers, and the memorable characters and their backstory. I remember Austin Powers, Dr.Evil, his son, #2, Alotta Fagina, and many others. This is a must see comedy.

April M (it) wrote: This film would appeal to anyone who can identify with hardship, faith, friendship or perseverance....or in other words....this film is for everyone. I am a better person for having watched it.

Paul C (de) wrote: Fun enough. Not deserving of the hate it has but still pretty average. Would have liked more zombie lore.

Beeksie C (mx) wrote: Absolutely unwatchable.