Dylan Schoenfield is the pink princess of the upscale Los Angeles Woodlands Academy. She has the coolest boyfriend, the most popular friends, and a brand-new it bag that everyone covets. But when she accidentally tosses her Serge Sanchez bag into a fountain, this princess comes face-to-face with her own personal frog, self-professed film geek Josh Rosen. In return for rescuing Dylan's bag, Josh convinces Dylan to let him film her for his documentary on high school popularity. Reluctantly, Dylan lets F-list Josh into her A-list world, and is shocked to realize that sometimes nerds can be pretty cool. But when Dylan's so-called prince charming of a boyfriend dumps her flat, her life and her social status comes to a crashing halt. Can Dylan win the Woodlands Academy Fall Formal Blossom Queen crown? Can Josh win the Woodlands Academy 10th Annual Film Festival? Can Dylan, with Josh's help, pull the pieces together to create her own happily-ever-after?
Writer:Robin Palmer (based on the novel by), Elizabeth Hackett (teleplay), Hilary Galanoy (teleplay)
The movie tells the story of a snobbish high-school diva who agrees to be the subject of a film geek's documentary in hopes that it will help her to become even more popular, but the film starts documenting her decline instead. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sue B (mx) wrote: Hiddleston stole the show. Otherwise weak.
J P Don T (it) wrote: Divertido e inteligente. Campbell est timo.
Drew B (us) wrote: My personal all time favorite of all the saga. It is a shame that it has been Labeled to be the worst film ever and destroying people's childhood. With an open mind though, it is a dazzling film. All the political details in Episode I are nessesary to set up Palpatine's power grab. Anakin needs to be a young child because taking a 9 year old away from his mom is going to have a big effect. Exposition can be slow, but doesn't stop it from being FUN! Sure the CGI might be hard to look at by TODAY's standards, BUT that shouldn't stop people from enjoying what the movie has to offer. Jar Jar Binks is a funny character and can be distracting, but he still has a purpose in all of this. Star Wars is ment to be seen as a full saga of the Tragedy Of Carth Vader and his redemption. The Phantom Menace shows how Anakin's path to the dark side was almost inevitable from the start. From The Jedi Order narrow mindedness and fear of loss and his emotional connection to Padm. Episode I has its place and offers new things we have never seen before in the Saga. The Podracer is exhilarating and the Senate scene is fun because you see how Palpatine is so mitiulate about how he will turn the Senate on Valorum's back. The Battle of Naboo on all 4 fronts is truly the best part of the film. A space battle just a cool as the ones in the originals and a big ground battle. Not to mention the epic Lightsaber duel and the Score. Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace doesn't deserve all the flack it gets and maybe you should go back and rewatch it with an open mind.
Jim M (ag) wrote: Helen Mirren is excellent as a down and out '60s folk singer who, in order to help the family that took her in, goes undercover as an art dealer. Mirren manages a natural transition from drugged-out hippie to glamorous woman of the world in this exciting story of intrigue and mystery. The entire cast is wonderful, particularly the charisimatic Iain Glen as Sebastian. But the centerpiece of this mini-series is Mirren's Maggie, interacting with her half-sister and brother-in-law. This is a must-see on every level - the acting, drama and suspense unfold with warmth and humor. Mirren demonstrates her impeccable taste in choosing engaging material that will not disappoint the intelligent viewer.
Paul D (ag) wrote: I lived in Richmond when they were filming this.
Larry Y (gb) wrote: Loved this in high school. Not as good as I remembered and not Gilliam's best, but still cool. If you're expecting a full-on Monty Python film, you'll be disappointed (but it is better than YELOWBEARD)
Julio B (gb) wrote: It was good but seems a bit undercooked.
Sgt C (fr) wrote: (43%)If your're about fourteen and you've never even heard of "Death wish", or for that matter even Charles Bronson. The exterminator doesn't exist as far as you're concerned, and Ms 45 means zip, then this will be a fresh experience for you. Everyone else though will be ticking off all the boxes as this glides goes along. Plot wise it's about a archetypal middle class family man who seeks revenge on a ruthless gang of archetypal street thugs after a deadly attack on the man's archetypal teenage son. And that's about it. There's a fair degree of violence, but almost all revenge movies are, by their very nature, violent so there's not really a great deal here to be drawn in by. It does have Kevin Bacon and he's as watchable as ever, also John Goodman shows up in a small role which really could have been played by anyone, but it's still a plus point having him on board. As a time passing B-movie this is entertaining enough for a look, but deep or important this ain't.
Bill M (gb) wrote: Unnecessarily long, like most current superhero movies.
Andrea M (au) wrote: Spoiler alert: sucks shit
Deicy C (nl) wrote: Crystal and De niro were awesome in this movie
Grant T (us) wrote: After a promising start, dreamcatcher falls into the silly and dull category with the problem of being overlong
Shena J (ru) wrote: A simple romantic comedy. This film is exactly that no more no less. I liked it. The actors make the film enjoyable and I would watch it again.