Ed and Dexter working at fast food called Good Burger face stiff competition from mega chain Mondo Burger who have their own fast food across the street. But Ed invents a homemade special sauce that makes Good Burger an instant hit. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Two hapless youths lead their burger joint in a fight against the giant fast-food chain across the street.
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Kenneth L (fr) wrote: Forgiveness is a miracle. A wonder to behold. It works much more healing & completeness than forgetfulness. But, it takes a much braver soul to finally forgive though they never can forget.
Ole J (br) wrote: I'm not sure if its the right/same info we got on this film, I saw a film called BoyCrazy its from 2009, its a short musical movie, well never the less it was okay and had some funny moments, good actors/singers, but I should have expected a bit to gay for my sake.
Vian S (it) wrote: This documentary is great, its a must see, having said that this documentary is about a sleazy, immoral despicable man who was Karl Rove mentor..........Pure evil
Carlos M (ag) wrote: While I admit this film has alot of problems, I actually find it to be a guilty pleasure. Yea, Corey Feldman is the main protagonist of the film, but he talks in such a creepy way he feels like he is the villian. Also, the special effects seem kind of silly to me. Though I've never seen either the Puppet Master or Demonic Toys series, I must admit this film wasn't that bad and deserves a 2nd chance. Maybe I'll give it a 2nd look for December, which brings up the question: "Should this movie be considered a Christmas movie or not?"
Simon D (ca) wrote: Not your typical Stephen Kin fare. This is quite dark and a more serious subject than most which I think crossed the line of bad taste in a few scenes. Not a bad story though.
Martin L (fr) wrote: The first two stories were absolutely astonishing I was blown away ny the animation and the style of the art the first two stories were great the last one was okay but the first story was extremely well done its a must watch!
phanoo J (br) wrote: I like this movie...Ryder was so young in the..soo was Lowe
James H (es) wrote: This was ridiculous, I usually love stuff like this. But this was garbage.
KJ P (kr) wrote: Unnecessary and tired, "Poltergeist II: The Other Side" represented yet another rehash sequel, pretty much copying every beat from the first film, all the way down to "they're back." Yes, that line is actually in the film. The saving grace of this picture is definitely the fact that the entire cast came back and seems to care once again, but the script was a bit too "Hollywood-Sequel" for me to care. The fact that they needed to flat-out show us what is on the other side when they go, was a bit forced and almost like they had nowhere else to take the story. From the characters knowing too much about what is going on, to this sequel not really having any stakes, it was almost too easy of a watch for me. In the end, this is a fine sequel that I will definitely forget about, but I can say they didn't to a terrible job. If you want more of the first film, that is exactly what you will get, and I thought the first was great!
Lauren H (br) wrote: My favorite movie ever the story is great and I love the dialogue
Sarah F (kr) wrote: I'd like to see this movie!
Robert R (mx) wrote: One of Mel Brooks' more nuanced comedies, "Young Frankenstein" focuses less on the zany, multiple-jokes-per-minute comedic approach and more on the basic situational humor found within its surprisingly inspired narrative. This novel reimagining of the classic Mary Shelley tale contains no shortage of wit, sardonicism, or irony. And it's performed with expert comedic precision. Gene Wilder, Terri Garr, Cloris Leachman, and Peter Boyle are all on point, but the real show-stealer here is Mary Feldman, in his most well-known filmic role. Hard to imagine Brooks releasing this just a few months after the raucously madcap "Blazing Saddles." In comparison though, "Young Frankenstein" does seem like the more subdued, higher-browed testament to Mel Brooks' versatility in the comedic craft. Good stuff.
Orlok W (de) wrote: Alec Guinness In A Magnificent Unparalleled Acting--A Shattering Dissection of a Scottish Regiment!!
Matt H (ag) wrote: Good actors and soundtrack in this sort of mediocre movie.
Ashley H (br) wrote: About Cherry is a disappointing film. It is about a trouble young woman who who moves to San Francisco. Ashley Hinshaw and James Franco give horrible performances. The script is badly written. Stephen Elliott did an awful job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.
Rikard B (us) wrote: ?nd ganska hyfsad version av Dracula men nja.
Alex M (ag) wrote: This movie was a fantastical depiction of the troubles of growing up and loneliness through an adventure in fear, wonder, anger, helplessness, love, and acceptance. Beautiful crafted with an spot-on soundtrack by Karen O that perfectly captures the raw energy and wild essence of the movie