Children and parents. In New York City, Stephen and Danny live well: they're smooth, cool, in love, and good at what they do. Stephen's Midwestern parents pay them a surprise visit. Meanwhile, Jenny and Matt tell their parents they are engaged: Matt's parents, Midwestern paramilitary fanatics, take it as a sign to gather their group to invade New York. Jenny's father is the local Mob boss who employs Stephen and Danny as enforcers. He's unhappy that Jenny is marrying someone who is neither Sicilian nor Catholic. Stephen's parents know he's gay, they just don't know what his job is. Here come the parents; will the children survive? All roads lead to the engagement party.
Kevin P (ca) wrote: Wellicht de meest absurde romantische komedie ooit gemaakt die goed op de lachspieren werkt met pis en poep grappen die daadwerkelijk goed getimed zijn. Grappigste Nederlandse film in een lange tijd !
Mir O (de) wrote: Probably the most accurate depiction of con artists. They specialize in conning not being cool and just. Awesome script. Funny at times. Little bit of action here and there and a lot of backstabbing.
Thiyagaraja C (kr) wrote: Set in a typical Indian village background, the storyline & characters portrayed are nothing but typical. A riveting ride of morality role-play, betrayal & loyalty, Aadukalam heavily injects the sense of dread & dismember into its script that its painfully realistic ugly truth hits us harder than anytg. A brave un-explored film that deserves more praises than it received.
Brittany C (ru) wrote: I liked it. Horror movie acting, but great story. Watched on showtime extreme.
Bruce H (ca) wrote: Lame visual effects, bad sets, horrible sound effects, plot completely predictable.
pedro t (it) wrote: I enjoyed this film alot. The overall look of the film is impressive and it made me nostalgic for those ethereal long summer days. It was a shame Paddy Considine's character was used so sparingly. But I would say that because I'am a fan of the man(rhyming unintentional).
Aaron E (au) wrote: Just couldn't keep me engaged at all. Kept drifting away from it and didn't find it funny really. Probably laughed once. One to avoid really.
David K (kr) wrote: even though you have to read subtitles, it is a great movie that blends comedy and drama.
Patrick C (br) wrote: This was like an after school special with nudity and a sweet 80's synth-pop soundtrack. It gets points for including that moment where your mom hugs you and then asks what she did wrong right after you come out and you have to tell her that it wasn't anything she did. That moment sucks.
J K (mx) wrote: First off, Elisabeth Shue plays a rotten bad guy. Secondly, Woody Harrelson isn't good enough of an actor to play this kind of role. Lastly, how does that hack Michael Rappaport even have a career? He's big, dumb and makes me cringe when he acts.
Clay B (mx) wrote: JUST ONE OF THE GUYS (1985)
Walter C (ru) wrote: Red Stovall (Clint Eastwood) is a country singer who's heading to the Grand Ole Opry and his young nephew is driving him there. It's a well made road trip coming of age film. My only problem with the film is that it's a little on the dull side.
Ralph R (jp) wrote: I'll eat an Irish grape farmer's Scottish terrier before I watch this eggnog-o-rama.
Lance C (kr) wrote: Like watching a Mormon Cinema flick written by a born again Christian.
Jeff B (fr) wrote: I love old Formula One racing, and this movie is a series of character vignettes that are well edited into a series of races that makes them all the more exciting. It feels as if they are creating a real world of racing and you can't help but become a fan. The end is genuinely shocking yet altogether predictable. It also helps that it's got an all-star international cast, highlighted, in particular, by James Garner, Yves Montand, and Toshiro Mifune.
Alison R (br) wrote: John Wayne, Jim Hutton and oil fires - what more could youwant!