A couple on the run find themselves dealing with the hidden cameras that have been installed at the bed-and-breakfast where they choose to hide out.
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Victor Q (es) wrote: Why oh why do I keep renting movies from Redbox?Reviewer Willis Tsair said it best when he called this a "B movie that relishes in its [own] silliness." Indeed, this was one of the cheesiest movies I've seen in a while but it was actually a little fun.Plenty of goofy puns, oddball comments, impossible coincidences, and downright laughable gaffes made this movie a nice waste of 96 minutes. Moreover, reviewer Brendan Clement is right to praise Bill Oberst's portrayal of Lincoln. Not a bad acting job considering the nuttiness with which Oberst was presented. I especially liked the ENDING, which I won't give away.
Daniela M (it) wrote: Smeshno i tuzno.. shta ljudi sve ne rade za slavu ..ne znam da li treba da se teshim kako grand show ne postoji samo kod nas, shto sam znala ali ipak ..huh
John W (de) wrote: Two nights in a row we've fallen for depressing -- yet thought provoking -- movies. What if?
Sang S (au) wrote: nice moviee... well script,well cast
Jessica H (fr) wrote: use to love this movie, it's no longer among my favorites, but it's still a good family film.
Justin B (jp) wrote: A dreadfully unfunny and egregiously insensitive 80's romantic comedy. The abysmal concept could have worked if made with less sincerity and pushed to the extreme of self-deprecating humour but it's all played so seriously that it's hard to look past any of the glaring flaws to find anything good here.
Robert W (us) wrote: 100 percent grade A schlock
Jeffrey T (br) wrote: what are we saying to family? No stability. central plot is okay, but again... maybe that is the point. we must fight for our family and the key to all of our lives is how unstable life really is.
Aaron N (gb) wrote: Industrialist: Now listen, fella, I've known you from way back. Two-engine planes weren't fast enough: you had to go in for four. Then props weren't fast enough: you had to go in for jets. Now you've got a hold of something else, something that'll go higher and faster than anything that ever existed before. You can't swing it alone, so you're trying to rope us in on it. Well, before we go along with you, you'll have to tell us: what's the payoff?Jim Barnes: Dollars and cents? I don't know. I want to do this job because it's never been done. Because I don't know. It's research, it's pioneering. What's the Moon? Another North Pole - another South Pole - our only satellite, our nearest neighbor in the sky.Industrialist: But why go there, Jim?Jim Barnes: We'll know when we get there; we'll tell you when we get back. It's a venture that I don't want to be left out of.Upon its release, this was the biggest sci-fi adventure of the time. Praised for its realistic tone and use of special effects, today it stands as an enjoyable adventure, even if we now know better about how this would really work.The story involves a group of scientists who design a rocket ship and attempt to land on the moon. They succeed in this, but problems arise when dealing with how to get backToday there is plenty that will seem corny about it, but it features men doing a fine enough job in this feature, with some subtle anti-communism points hit as well.The special effects are all handled well for the time and the score is of course big and appropriate.Its a fun enough flick with some deeper themes that are certainly more apparent now as a reflection of the past.Sweeney: General, how serious are you about this?General Thayer: [very bluntly] Deadly serious.
John B (fr) wrote: Verging on the sappy, perhaps this film was the prototype for all the made-for-TV "inspiring" stories that we are forced to endure. The film appears to be as dated as the prejudices against children born out of wedlock.
Anson H (es) wrote: This is one of my 3 favourite Disney films. Disney's first good CGI Film
Mark S (kr) wrote: First Contact stands out as a better Star Trek movie thanks to strong performances by Patrick Stewart & Brent Spiner. It's the best of the Next Generation movies. Unfortunately, that means inheriting TNG's annoying habit during dialog of using technical terms in nonsensical ways.