Friends: New Girl in Town

Friends: New Girl in Town

When the World Petacular comes to Heartlake City and is almost ruined before it's even started, five feisty girls unite, despite their differences, using their creativity to save the day.

When the World Petacular comes to Heartlake City and is almost ruined before it's even started, five feisty girls unite, despite their differences, using their creativity to save the day. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Caesar M (gb) wrote: Doomsday Book is three short films all with interesting ideas and unique in their own version of the end of the world. Breaking boundaries and avoiding conventions of films focusing on the end of the world, Doomsday Book is the most pleasant surprise of 2012.First Chapter: "The New Generation" is told from the point of view of a boy who has become a zombie, this segment explores how humans lose control of planet Earth, becoming mere food for a different species. This is was the probably the weakest of the three short films as it doesn't the same level of enjoyment or thought provoking ideas. We've seen zombies taking over Earth and it's no different here with some interesting ideas that never fully take shape. It also cuts to new broadcast for a long duration before returning the actual plot which took will remind you you're watching a movie in a negative. This does have some charming charming characters and some good humor. Not the best way to start a film, but it is solid overall even if it doesn't reach the height it could have had.Second Chapter: "Heaven(TM)s Creation" is story about a robot who gains consciousness and the absurdity that follows. This is the best of the three short films as it is a great thought provoking experience. While our robot did learn Buddhism this short film makes us question if a conscious robot is more than just a machine. Just like the first short film it has news broadcast which are more effective here. It expands on it ideas intellectually over visuals. This short film is also the most relatable to us with technology constantly evolving it makes me wonder if the population would prefer humanoid mates over humans. The effects are good balancing the right amount of CGI with an actual robot model to never make just feel like a CGI robot. The ideas express in this short film are engaging are they are thought provoking.Third Chapter: "Happy Birthday" re-interprets the beautiful love story The Christmas Gift? by O Henry, this project confronts the basic instincts of a woman and her last chance to survive after witnessing the end of the world. The plot is most absurd doomsday scenario I ever seen and I loved it. How often do you see a film where the world is going to get hit by a giant meteor size eight-ball which a little girl order of the internet for twenty five cents. It's completely absurd in the most enjoyable way having great human and stands out because it is not a serious depiction of the end of the word. It's hilarious and the most fun you could watch seeing the world end in the most absurd and hilarious way possible.Doomsday Book is worth checking out as all three films are well made and has something for every kind of viewer. It's serious, thought provoking, funny, and most importantly a film that takes a different to the doomsday scenario.

Ian H (ru) wrote: I cannot speak highly enough about this film. A tough in-your-face look at wanting to be accepted by a culture that excludes you or expects you to fit a gross stereotype; and where those in that culture only want you so long as you can give them what they want. Perhaps, given the themes, some may find it too much: but it does raise some very uneasy questions on Australian, Sydney in particular, life and culture -- particularly for those first- or second-generation Australians.It is great to see a portrayal of real Australians: and simply great to see young talent, actors and crew [this was Seerhat Caradee's [writer/director/co-producer] debut feature film], involved in such a unique and original film too. May their careers flourish, for I think these are exceptionally talented people: and may movies exploring the lives of young people, particularly those from other cultures, continue to be told: for we are a nation of migrants and all stories of all people should be told. I hope it makes it overseas for this is a truly fantastic Australian film and one that shows an Australia rarely seen on screen: and one that should be because it is engaging, challenging and confronting.Anyway to the movie: Cedar Boys is a hard-hitting look at what happens when you, typecast as trouble because youre young, male and Lebanese, step outside of your neighbourhood and familiar surroundings. The three protagonists, Tarek [a panel-beater with dreams], Nabil [a cleaner who seems relaxed and honest] and drug-dealing Sam, were so wondrously portrayed by 3 superb young actors [Les Chantery, Buddy Dannoun, Waddah Sari] that, after some amazing in-depth explorations of their world, I was drawn into their lives. The story, and its moral of leaving your familiar surrounds and how others see [and use] you, ramps up when Tarek meets an Anglo Eastern Suburbs [rich area of Sydney] girl which then leads him, and Nabil, into a world of drugs and crime with the aim of getting money quickly. The characters, the 3 main ones in particular, are all exceptionally well-rounded individuals: these are real people not stereotypes or over-the-top caricatures. And add in superb and clever writing [while you can see glimpses of a major altercation and crash from their high life coming, I was surprised at the twists and turns on the way there], great direction and cinematography, and an in-your-face soundtrack [not entirely my sort of music: but this was not a film about me], and you have 100 or so minutes where I was glued to my chair: utterly and absorbed in the action unfolding before my eyes. A simply superb film: congratulations, and thanks, to all involved.

Brody M (ru) wrote: Great documentary.Somebody should make a truck driving reality show

Robert D (br) wrote: good animated flick. not bad, but not great.

Bethany r (de) wrote: T otally non cannon but teriffic!

Well A (ag) wrote: O filme tem aquela esttica que se tornou icnica da dcada de 90, bem pop, clipada e colorida. Danny Boyle constri um caleidoscpio de sensaes muito bem amarrado, com uma trilha sonora perfeita e um elenco carismtico.Mas preciso ser sincero comigo mesmo, no morri de amores, nem achei essa obra nvel zeitgeist, no. Apenas um retrato honesto de uma gerao de viciados.

Paul D (au) wrote: A stylish and fun crime caper, with good performances to match the upbeat mood at atmosphere.

Gimly M (ru) wrote: David Cronenberg's kid does a pretty good job, especially considering it's his first feature. The world takes precedence over clarity of story, but so long as that's not the sort of thing that phases you, then I'd definitely recommend this dark satirical sci-fi.

Robert L (us) wrote: Belongs in the samre league as 'Get Carter', (not the risible offering by Stallone). Earthy and visceral. If you're not accustomed to regional UK accents, give it a try. The effort's worth it. Considine has gone on to do good stuff, as has the excellent Toby Kebbell.

Jamie C (us) wrote: Not good but not bad either, Not enough comedy, But what comedy there was it was quite funny, Worth a look, But Will Smith please stick to films like Bad Boys and Independence Day.

Kristen P (au) wrote: Another Robert Rodriguez movie I love, with an outstanding performance from Benicio Del Toro.