Girl Fever

Girl Fever

Sam is having the worst day of his life when he gets thrown off his art course and dumped by his girlfriend in the same day, he then meets a girl called Hope who gives him back his smile. ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:98 minutes
  • Release:2002
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   robbery,   scar,  

Sam is having the worst day of his life when he gets thrown off his art course and dumped by his girlfriend in the same day, he then meets a girl called Hope who gives him back his smile. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Walter K (de) wrote: "Justice League Dark" may very well be the best thing to come out of DC's latest in-Universe offerings that started with "Justice League War" and "Son of Batman" back in 2014 and continue to one-up each other every entry. Though it may confuse some casual viewers as the film primary features only Batman of the traditional Justice League, it isn't their film: the JLD are exactly what the title suggests - the Dark Side of the Justice League. Here, the ragtag group is quickly formed by a skeptical Batman after a series of "plain-Janes" begin committing atrocities across the globe (a mother tossing her baby off a roof, an ordinary suburban family man killing his neighbors and stuffing them in his shed before trying to do the same to his own, etcetera) in what seems to have a paranormal element. We meet the magician Zatanna, the wise-cracking John Constantine who plays poker with demons before exercising them back off to Hell, the demon Etrigan bound to the once-mortal knight Jason Blood, not to mention the amusing Deadman, a former acrobat whose soul's caught between the afterlife and is able to possess the bodies of the living. These are the Justice League Dark and, because DC can't afford not to have their mascot promoting their every product, we also get Batman, though it was nice to see that once the team was formed his involvement was limited and we were able to see the real stars of this movie shine. All in all, this is DC's best film since "Flashpoint Paradox" and "The Dark Knight Returns," which were also directed by Jay Olivia. It's safe to say that this film has set the stage quite nicely for the upcoming live-action adaptation that is scheduled to be helmed by director Doug Liman. Tagged "Dark Universe," I think that movie will have a lot to go off following the success of this animated feature and I can only hope that we'll be seeing the JLD together again in a sequel sooner rather than later.

Dan T (fr) wrote: The worst found footage movie ever made. Hands down

Ian C (es) wrote: Annoying characters and a wanky storyline

Johnny R (fr) wrote: Definitely loved Andy garcia good job by him liked the story just felt like a 2014 version of one fine day but. Definitely not terrible

Paul D (ca) wrote: Difficult style for a documentary given it uses a lot of text to tell the story, but it is eye-opening expose of the dangers of online relationships.

jolly anne mae f (nl) wrote: this movie is nice and cool

Cecily B (ru) wrote: The movie is not as good as the original but its nice to see the characters

Mohamed J (de) wrote: nice romanitc ... i enjoyed patricia kaas angelic voice

Mike H (br) wrote: [Dragonheart (19*9*6)] 7/10

AnnMarie R (fr) wrote: Cannot get enough of these guys <3

Howard B (mx) wrote: It is one thing to make a film that uses it's time wisely and another to make a film that doesn't outstay it's welcome. Phone both wins on both fronts as a pacey and involving story about a white-collar-wannabe who has his life broken down and unraveled by a simple phone call. There are some good turns in this one, but it is basically down to Colin Farrell and Kiefer Sutherland to display drama in it's rawest form; a conversation with many consequences attached. A pleasingly unique and enjoyable film.

Brandi M (ag) wrote: "Very Bad Wizards" discussed this movie on their podcast, which made me want to see it.

Juan F (jp) wrote: Brilliant, engaging and totally under rated.

Douglas B (kr) wrote: I think it deserved a better rating than it got: I suspect that many of the audience ratings come from people substantially younger than, say, 40. Great acting from Andy Garcia and Vera Farmiga; just a simple orientation day at Middleton, where their kids might attend. Plumbs the depths of middle age angst (in a funny way, though) and some really heartfelt moments.

Freddie K (fr) wrote: "What's the point of living if nobody loves you"Give me fucking strengthDiary of a Teenage Girl is the most technically made, dressed, artistically crafted and polished puke stain of an insight into a teenagers life.I'll start with the good, and from a technicality standpoint, it is pretty phenomenal. Excellent actors, they grace us with natural and flowing performances. It has occasional, beautifully drawn, illustrated pieces of cartoony from this young girls mind which weave into the setting. It is such a bloody disappointment that everything else about this film made me want to strike a brick wall.The bad then. Wow. I have never hated a character more in my life in a romance-comedy-drama than I do this character of Minnie . She is a selfish, outlandish, contradictory yet somehow internally 'strong' teenager who manipulates and deceives others with the cliched excuse of growing up. This absolutely selfish, tragedy of a character trudges around confusingly crisscrossing between power and weakness. And you know what? I almost gave her a free pass. I almost did, you know why? Because the film almost resolved it with a twist on her sexuality, AND THAT STILL, AFTER EVERYTHING, DIDN'T MATTER. Her mother is a tightly cut, asshole of a woman. And I don't know anything about her, so why should Minnie, or I, care?This is the most pathetic, privacy intruding excuse for a strong female character I have ever seen. I cannot believe, with such a premise as emotionally potent and sexually explosive as this, that a girl exploring all of this could be so skewed between dialogue, and so indecisive that nothing makes any sense.Give this one a miss for sure, unless you can stand completely horrendous character writing for visual treats and good acting. (Because I mean no offense to Bel Powley at all, she can act, it's a shame the character she was handed to portray was so unreleatable...or forced too hard to be relatable that it was just a clustefuck of absolute nothingness)D+33/100