It's All Hallow's Eve. A trio of costumed misfits with very special dietary requirements seizes a Mexican cantina and force the staff to engage in a late night of gaming, food and libations. The only caveat is what's on the menu.

On Halloween night, three misfits dress up in costumes and force the employees of a Mexican cantina to engage in depraved gluttony. The only caveat is what's on the menu. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Henry E (fr) wrote: Aardman's name is on the film credits, but Flushed Away lacks the consistent wit and memorability of Chicken Run and Wallace and Gromit. With the majority of the humour resting upon jokes about farting, toilets and being hit in unfortunate bodily areas, it offers nothing to be heralded or, to some extent, respected. Ian McKellen's voice work as the villainous toad presents a certain solace for a frantically paced plot, which young children may appreciate. Adults are likely to spend an hour and a bit romanticising about the vast array of animated films that loom transcendent over this one.

Paul D (de) wrote: Over-produced love story with more than a smattering of Jackie Chan action, although this cross-genre piece feels unusual for him.

Mark R (gb) wrote: Cool movie. definitely different. The story is pretty strange and a little slow, the acting is way over the top but it somehow was very satisfying. I think the appeal is watching Judd Nelson and Bill Paxton playing such weird roles and laying it all out there.

Mark D (kr) wrote: This is a fairly entertaining little movie expecially if you like Broderick. From experience, basic training is very similar to this, lol.

Matt F (ru) wrote: Jessica Lange plays Patsy Cline with a terrific soundtrack of Patsy singing her hits. Love the movie, even though it's a tearjerker.

Kevin R (it) wrote: Sex kills A local high school is under the attack of a serial killer named "The Breather." Initially, local law enforcement believes a girl that is caught at each incident is responsible for the crimes; however, several other odd individuals could be the killer. As high school kids begin having more and more sex, more and more people are murdered giving us the opportunity to uncover the killer. "All these years I've been secretly naked under these clothes." Mickey Rose, who worked on several Woody Allen pictures, delivers Student Bodies in his lone directorial project. The storyline for this picture is a classic parody of the horror genre and pokes fun at Friday the 13th, Halloween, and other Jamie Lee Curtis late 70s early 80s pictures. The comedic content is well written, well executed, and well delivered. The cast includes Kristen Riter, Jerry Belson, Joe Flood, and Matthew Goldsby. "Are you clean?" "Of course I'm clean. Plus you can't wash away herpes." Student Bodies was a film my wife came across while flicking through the channels and we anticipated this being a classic 80s slasher movie; rather, this was a better version of Scary Movie. I thoroughly enjoyed the slap stick comedic elements in this picture. While aspects of the movie were dated, the overall picture remained funny and entertaining. "Melbert pees red." Grade: B

Doug G (ru) wrote: Even the great Rogers and Hammerstein created a clinker here and there, and this is one, to be sure. There are two truly great songs from this show, "If I Loved You" and "You'll Never Walk Alone." "June is Bustin' Out All Over" is catchy. Aside from these pieces the musical fare is pretty thin , including a ridiculous love song to "Mr. Snow" the smelly fisherman, and a world-historically horrendous ditty about a New England clambake. The horror, the horror.The story itself is clearly dated in its extreme sexism, but even that is no excuse for its endorsement of the notion that women not only do but *should* prefer Bad Boys to men "who think they're good." The case in point involves sweet, innocent Julie (Shirley Jones) falling head over heels with self-centered, stupid Billy Bigelow because he apparently just oozes testosterone. She throws her life away for a ne'er-do-well lout who beats her and ends up falling on his own knife and dying--, and yet retains her dreamy sweetness throughout. It actually is asserted that "sometimes someone hits you and it feels like a kiss." I did not make this up! All of this social pathology is supposedly rendered irrelevant by the heartfelt rendition of "You'll Never Walk Alone," with its plethora of inspirational bromides. And Billy, in his one-time return to earth, manages to inspire and redeem, and everyone lives happily ever after. Sorry, I am willing to suspend disbelief to a point, but the way this story whitewashes domestic abuse and suffocating sexism strains credulity to its breaking point. Thumbs down.