Another Matt K. Turner's film is starring Kristin Chenoweth, Matthew Modine, Olesya Rulin and directed by Benjamin Epps, follows a girl. She and her siblings try to change their parents' attitude by capturing their parents and hold them as hostages, when her family ignores her efforts to pass the competition. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A 16-year-old girl takes her parents hostage after they miss her big jump-roping competition.
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Patrick D (es) wrote: I actually thought this was pretty good. For 90 minutes they seemed to jump right into the story and hit all the points you would expect. I watched this after watching Jack Reacher Never Go Back and I can say without a doubt that this is a far better movie so I would love for the critics to explain how this is a 0% movie and Jack Reacher is somehow worthy of 37%????Even reading the critics reviews, alot of them don't even explain what is so bad, they just give these outlandish one liners and thats it, pretty pathetic if you ask me. Anyway, I may be bias as I remember watching this as a kid and that definitely played a role in why I liked it so much but I still think it was pretty good for an origin story, definitely does not deserve the reviews that it has been given.
Valeria J (jp) wrote: due palle terrificanti
Ryan C (ag) wrote: Yeah, it's funny, but some if it's boring and most of it is just plain gross.
Andrew B (nl) wrote: Tromeo and Juliet is a film that set out to be as depraved as possible, and largely accomplishes its task. In what was pretty typical 90's fashion, it's a bastardization of something seen as "high art" coupled with its cheesy gore and fart jokes is a irreverent stab at etching out a niche for itself in film history. Sadly, I feel that the film, as enthusiastic as it may be, will be lost somewhere between the more marketable teen flicks, smarter comedies, gorier action movies and more obscure cult films.The movie was if nothing else enthusiastic, like I said before. That and narration by Motorhead's Lemmie Kilmister are the best things the movie has going for it, in spite (or because?) of not being able to understand two words he says. If you enjoyed the likes of the original Evil Dead, American Pie, and if you know what The Toxic Avenger is at all, Tromeo and Juliet is the Shakespeare adaptation for you.
HungYa L (es) wrote: The adventure of Indiana Jones is still good and I was also fascinated by the fact that they chose Latin American myth this time but the cheesy ending and rather terrible CGI kind of tarnished rather well-established storyline.