Father of the Bride

Father of the Bride

George Banks is an ordinary, middle-class man whose 21 year-old daughter Annie has decided to marry a man from an upper-class family, but George can't think of what life would be like without his daughter. He becomes slightly insane, but his wife tries to make him happy for Annie, but when the wedding takes place at their home and a foreign wedding planner takes over the ceremony.

In this remake of the Spencer Tracy classic, George and Nina Banks are the parents of young soon-to-be-wed Annie. George is a nervous father unready to face the fact that his little girl is... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Sheila C (ru) wrote: Super cute!!! Great tween adventure movie.

Alex M (gb) wrote: Okay to clarify two things, 1 I know that this was meant to be a parody of iron sky, and wolfenstien 3D. And 2. It's the Asylum. I paid to watch a needlessly violent and cheesy movie and that's what I got. For the people who claim that this movie was written by 10 year olds let me just say that ain't so. The Asylum actually did there research as back in 1939 the Nazis did send out a small escapade to build basses in Antarctica. They even say where they got there source material from in the directors commentary. Yes the characters can be annoying and I didn't find anything that I liked outside of the novelty of the story taking place in the center of the earth. Though there was one scene early on when they were underneath the ocean surrounded by whales with nothing but a thick ice barrier to safeguard them that did for a brief moment add tension. I also like the practical effects from when the Nazis surgically someone's face of. Though it becomes comical towards the end when the main characters try to fight back and rip the jello like face off of one of the Nazi drones. It's funny and it made me laugh but it just didn't work with the tone that the rest of the scene had at the time. The music is pretty good and the creepy atmosphere is complemented by surprisingly decent lighting. Seeing as most asylum films consist of having a skitsofrantic camera man just standing in one place for a few seconds and then shake it like there's a 9.5 magnitude earthquake the very next, seeing a film that actually has decent action and a camera that competently follows it is a treat. My one biggest complaint is that towards the end of the film there is a forced abortion scene where the Nazis use a fetus's regenerative properties to re-animate Hitler's head in a jar. Now I'm not sure if the Asylum is trying to sent a subliminal message that If you support abortion, then you are just as bad as Hitler, but I like to think that it's just there for shock value and mindless fun. The ending is not particularly great, and the special effects are about what you would expect out of a ps2 game. Still it definitely won't appeal to everyone, and as a movie by itself I just can't imagine it gaining anything more than small cult status, if that. But It definitely shows that the Asylum is trying harder to make there films watchable and in that respect all I can say is that they did a decent job, and if they keep uping the quality of there movies like this one small step at a time, then who knows, maybe ten years from now they will make a smash hit that people will actually be running to theaters to see. 3/5 stars

T Patrick S (nl) wrote: I did like the way it ended. It was terribly funny, and I found it hard to connect to the characters.

s g (mx) wrote: Distaster fans rejoice. Ice twisters is a keeper.

Aaron G (de) wrote: Even though the sequel turned everyone against this franchise, it doesn't make the original film any less good. Five stars all around.

Nathan C (es) wrote: 4 out of 5. Well worth the time. The tone is a little bit preachy, but not enough to be a turn-off.

Stuart K (au) wrote: After years of showing the working class lives of the British, and being a master of the kitchen sink drama, Ken Loach went to America, something he once said he'd never do. But, it's got themes that he's well familiar with, tackling work ethics and families living on the breadline, struggling to make ends meet. The theme is universal. It begins with illegal immigrant Maya (Pilar Padilla), being smuggled over the U.S-Mexico border to begin a new life in America, she goes to live with her immigrant sister Rosa (Elipidia Carillo), who lives in a slum of Los Angeles, mostly populated by immigrants. Maya gets a job as a cleaning maid in a big office block in downtown LA. She and the rest of the janitors are treated horribly and are paid the lowest possible wage, and there's no work union, so they have no rights. That's until charming activist Sam Shapiro (Adrien Brody), turns up, and has the janitors and cleaners fighting for their union rights. It's a powerful and gritty film, but it captures a colourful way of life that goes on in the world. It's got good performances, and Loach handles the mood well, (it does feel Dogme 95 at times with it's hand-held camera), but it's meant to look rough, that's what life is like for people like these.

Michelle M (de) wrote: A great parody of the Frankie & Annette Beach Party movies of the 60's. So funny.

Inta K (jp) wrote: nice horror movie with nice story!

James H (gb) wrote: Dreadful and very unfunny comedy. Stupid stupid stupid. This has lowered a favorable opion of Aussies. Inane, awful and it never even made me chuckle.

Thomas P (nl) wrote: I can't believe I like this crap!

Arman B (us) wrote: Watch it, just like Go! and other really interesting tales...Plus with Bono showing up: you know you can't go wrong.

Oj H (gb) wrote: I loved the comic... but this is One of my most hated films of all time(right next to Baby Geniuses 1 and 2). Nothing good can come of watching this. IT is awful to its core. CGI among the worst I've ever seen... acting retarded... story - boring and flat... overall - atrocious

Eric H (gb) wrote: The soundtrack is brilliant, with famous Ritchie Valens's classics such as "La Bamba", "Donna", "Come On, Let's Go" and "We Belong Together". However, here these songs are wonderfully performed by Lou Diamond Phillips and his band Los Lobos. These magical and nostalgic songs are the best thing about this movie.Overall, "La Bamba" is a reasonable movie but not one of those to watch over and over without getting tired of it because, although it has its good moments, it has also its weak moments, which aren't so little like that.

Thomas B (kr) wrote: Peter Capaldi's Malcolm Tucker is just as fearsome on the big screen as he was on the small, and having a sparring partner like James Gandolfini gives him the opportunity to truly let loose. Full review later.

Joshua B (jp) wrote: Though very rough I do give it credit for going were no trek went before and does give a good message about how all emotions even fear make you who you are. That said it does retract from a poor script and Shatner's ego but the three leads pull it through to be just OK in my opinion.

Howard E (kr) wrote: COLONIA is a film that has its roots in history. Set in the early 1970s, Emma Watson (the HARRY POTTER series; NOAH) stars as Lena, a German flight attendant for Lufthansa, who gets caught up in a web of political intrigue in Chile after her German activist boyfriend, Daniel (Daniel Brhl, GOOD BYE LENIN!), gets arrested by DINA, president Augusto Pinochet's secret police. Lena learns that Daniel was taken to a secretive place called "Colonia Dignidad" (Dignity Colony), which was founded by German migrs in the 1950s and run like a cult by the enigmatic Paul Schfer (played by Michael Nyqvist, JOHN WICK) since his arrival there in 1961. To rescue Daniel, Lena decides to join the colony but she quickly learns that while getting in is relatively easy, getting out is impossible.Like her HARRY POTTER co-star, Daniel Radcliffe, Watson isn't shy about taking on meaty acting roles. Unfortunately, this film was not the right one for her. The biggest problem I had with this film was that the actors all spoke English, rather than Spanish and/or German. That was clearly done to accommodate Watson and to get the project greenlit. For the first ten minutes, I thought Lena was British rather than German.That aside, the story is never boring. It also sheds light on a piece of history that few know about.