Retroband Evergreen's reunion party is ruined when Viktor, who was once band's frontman, threatens to blow the house up for revenge of his sad destiny.
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Tatsuhito K (ru) wrote: I've seen the film at least 10 times in the last couple years, and it only gets better and better. Is it a masterpiece? No. Does it add anything new to the genre? Probably not. Still, it doesn't stop me from being in love with Like Crazy. This is one of my all-time favorite films; no other recent film has captured young love, the act of falling in love, and the hardships of maintaining that relationship truer and more beautiful and intimate as this Drake Doremus' indie gem. Like Richard Linklater's "Before Sunrise", this film presents that telling a story doesn't require a massive amount of money, as long as you have a great story and the characters you care about. This is not for everybody and some people may find its sentimentality bothersome, but I like that it's sentimental. Life is full of moments like that, and I like it very much.
Dwayne H (es) wrote: This is one of the worst movies every unlessYou like stupid movies
Chris C (us) wrote: Very poor acting and a storyline that combined treasure hunting with car racing... predictable right from the get go... no action, no acting... it would be tough to find a movie on par or worse than this - I highly DO NOT recommend this!
Libby B (us) wrote: not as good as the book - it was sadly disappointing - Morgan Freeman is too old to play Alex Cross
M C (ag) wrote: A refreshing change from the uninteresting and mediocre second film. Leprechaun 3 brings back an actually horror movie plot instead of something from Disney. The kills are awesome, the setting is great, the script is good, and the humor decent. I admit that the acting has taken a hit, but it still has a campy B-movie quality too it. And Warwick Davis is still awesome. This is one of my favorite B-movies. Based on how much fun it was, I'd say 65/100
Terry D (fr) wrote: Good older movie. Well worth another viewing.
Greg G (gb) wrote: A fantastic comedy that everyone can relate to. Extremely quotable, it's a joy to watch everytime. Such gems like "Smokers. There's no excuse for smoking. Smoking is the equivalent to carrying around a salt lick, laced with a little bit of cyanide." Or of course, "I'd rather... be... DEAD!"
Francisc L (it) wrote: So bad, yet so entertaining
Sharon A (de) wrote: very sweet and charming. mind you, the character of Maria really annoyed me.Incidentally I found the amount of smoking intresting, definate sign of the times
Justin M (br) wrote: The last 20 minutes of this movie are really good. The first two and a half hours of this movie are boring. This was way too long, they could have cut at least a half an hour, losing nothing, and gaining my attention. One of the weaker Best Picture winners I've seen.
Gillian M (nl) wrote: I've yet to see a bad Hitchcock film. This is another gem, it is thrilling, humorous and romantic. I thought all the actors did a great job but my favourite by far was Pat's blind uncle, what a nice man. It did have its boring moments but it always gets exciting again.
Raji K (nl) wrote: Disney presents its next animation piece in Planes. Presented in the same universe as the Pixar's Cars series, Planes is the story of a crop dusting plane that desires to be the best racer in the world. He for some reason is afraid of heights, but still is quite ambitious. With minimal training he qualifies and begins the race around the world. This is the entire story as the 90% of the film covers the race. Planes is unoriginal, features terrible characters and fails to entertain audiences beyond children. The animation is solid, but aside from that the film is ripoff and was only made to cash in on the success of Pixar's cars.
Dean K (jp) wrote: A dishwasher (Ryan Kwanten) falls in love with a woman (Sara Canning) just when she is about the marry another man (Ryan McPartlin).If you can get over the fact that the dishwasher is a stalker and the fact that he could have sued his ex-wife for writing a book about him being inadequate then this is quite a tender little rom-com. But the obvious plot flaws really ruin the delightful chemistry between the two stars. (3 out of 5) So Says the Soothsayer
Henrik S (nl) wrote: This is a tough one. All concerns for animal safety and cruelty aside, I enjoyed this colourful adventure film for its fine and hearty performances, tangible off-screen