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When a difficult foster child needs a home, a gay couple is thrown into parenthood.

A wealthy professional gay couple, who wish to adopt children, see their lives turned topsy turvy when they take in two misbehaving brothers, supposedly just for one night. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Michael L (gb) wrote: Can it be possible that a film called NAZIS AT THE CENTER OF THE EARTH is actually mean to be serious? It is possible and it's simply awful. Expecting tongue in cheek satire, NAZIS instead delivers a bland mix of ALIEN and THE BOYS FROM BRAZIL. So bad, it's simply bad, After watching NAZIS I wanted by 89 minutes back!

Kim H (us) wrote: Cute ,stupid and funny love story

Derek B (fr) wrote: A fantastic thriller focused on one thing: the broken nature of our justice system. Gerard Butler plays the anti-hero, and he is spectacular. The thought experiment here is great, and Jamie Foxx and the supporting cast are awesome. Great film.

Jei P (gb) wrote: the level of mockery towards some of these supposed leaders done by Bill is so satisfying

i C (mx) wrote: 5/10Real story of Nate Norman. Perlman and McGinley bring some flavour in this. The fat fuck from Project X plays the main Character, and not very convincing, he is ok, but just no Lead Material. Interesting Story but mediocre movie

Facebook U (gb) wrote: It's a SPOOF, people. It makes fun of everybody. Very well. I loved it.

Jenneffer S (it) wrote: This movie makes you love people and life again

Curt M (jp) wrote: I've always heard and read that dolphins are smart. This documentary makes the compelling assertion that a dolphins intellect surpasses that of even dogs and chimps. That noted, even dolphins have a violent side in certain circumstances. This realistic documentary doesn't hold back information like that which is not so storybook like. The only thing keeping me from rating this as a five-star selection is an assertion by one of the scientists that dolphins survival is largely predicated on human's willingness and ability to study them. Sorry. That gives humans too much credit and smacks of self-interest. Dolphins have survived many, many years without a hand from man and I suspect will continue to do so.

Brian H (br) wrote: The best acting in this was by Sandra Oh a great character

Daniel D (es) wrote: Uma garota sequestrada e seu segurana vai atrs dos criminosos e tenta recuper-la quando descobre que o pai desta garota est envolvido no sequestro... Um dos melhores filmes a histria do cinema...

Ralph R (es) wrote: This movie is guaranteed to be horrible so here is some Billy Squire for your amusement: "Now everybody, have you heard If you're in the game, then the stroke's the word Don't take no rhythm, don't take no style Got a thirst for killin' - grab your vial... " First person to name that song will get an invisible bowl of rice. Nothing will stifle hunger like Uncle Ben's invisible rice, homestyle.

Tor S (us) wrote: Monty Python springs to mind on more than one occasion during the course of this bizarre flick, be it intentionally or not. Either way, this near-turkey is funny, somewhat disturbing at times, and very easy to like.

Rodney E (us) wrote: Started off pretty strongly but never picked up the pace from there. While there was decent and interesting camerawork the acting by Goldie Hawn was pretty weak.

Garrett M (nl) wrote: Exquisite sets, vivid acting, and masterful direction stand out as the obvious high points if this extravagant romance. Not so obvious is the genius of the diamond earrings. Throughout the film, the beautiful ornaments act as almost another character. It reveals the truth behind secrets and lies, it assures love between two people, and almost becomes an obsession to Madame de as Kim Novak's Madeleine in Vertigo becomes to James Stewart's Scottie. These destructive earrings are the cause of the whole story. Or are can they truly be blamed for the tragic series of events? Was it destined to be anyway?

Tim M (jp) wrote: Another worthwhile addition to the Coen Brothers stable, albeit a little shorter than most. This one left me wanting more. Individually, the characters seem mad, but then when you start thinking about them you probably know a couple people exactly like them. The bumbling boss, the boss in love with his employee, the guy who is a sex addict, the woman who thinks she isn't hot anymore, the dumb guy who is pretty much happy with everything, and a few more. The characters make sense and the actors playing them make this a delight.

Todd B (it) wrote: Brilliant. Bloody brilliant.