A prison inmate with a green thumb goes on to compete in a national gardening competition. Based on a true story.
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Ulises E (ru) wrote: ?oooo que peliculn
Carol R (ca) wrote: Would have been a nice love story had it not been for who he was in love with :-0
Tricia G (au) wrote: Texas Chainsaw Massacre and numerous movies involving those that like to keep it in the family. Complete knock off with cheesey acting and a slow pace.
Andrew L (ca) wrote: Unknown Robin Williams movie about being human, and all the falls from grace and the mistakes we make over and over again.
Zoran S (jp) wrote: Eh, it's ok. It's not really a monster movie. It's more of a cheap noir film with a monster included for no reason. Key Largo with a spider monster!
Greg W (us) wrote: Mr. Deeds is really a very intelligent and beautiful affair, a film no less charming than Mr. Capra's It Happened One Night at the same time that it is definitely more profound.
David G (nl) wrote: US Marshal Wesley Snipes takes on skydiving criminal mastermind Gary Busey (!) in this high octane - and dopey as hell - 90's actioner. The plot is straight out of a textbook and not even worth going into but what were you expecting from a 1994 Wesley Snipes flick called Drop Zone? This was always going to be over the top skydiving action porn and it doesn't let you down with impressive aerial stunt work, shoddy special effects and laughable implausibilities coming together to make a super silly but entertaining whole. The movie also scores points for its characters - Busey's villain (naturally Busey plays him as though he's got a screw loose), Michael Jeter's jittery hacker, Yancy Butler's tough skydiving instructor and her quirky crew... Snipes pretty much phones it in as your standard hero but for all his blandness he does get an award winning WTF moment where he punches Yancy Butler in the face (!!). Overall a fun, if average no-brainer.
Timothy A (it) wrote: Somewhat bog standard high end kid's animation. The animated renderings of the Chinese countryside are nice enough, but the script offers little that's unpredictable.
Sanjay T (au) wrote: An extremely goofy and fun(ny) adventure!
Jonathan B (br) wrote: Some of it is obviously dated now, but the winning performances and sadly still relevant themes continue to position Working Girl a strong romantic comedy-drama.
Robyn M (ag) wrote: `Yankee Doodle Dandy' makes the viewer say, `They don't make them like that anymore.' The film is uplifting for its espousal of unabashed patriotism and its representation of America as a place in which a gifted performer like George M. Cohan could rise from vaudeville to Broadway. It is also moving for its reverence for the nineteenth late century theater and early twentieth century Broadway: the sequence showing Cohan's successes of the 1920's commemorate the other musical and non musical hits of the decade as much as Cohan's. I was moved to tears by the ending showing the elderly Cohan joining in a World War II parade, a group of soldiers marching to `Over There' and being asked why he isn't singing, `Hey old-timer, don't you know this song?' `Yankee Doodle Dandy' is a celebration of Cohan's life and career -- a little sanitized perhaps, but still portraying his love for his family, his profession and his country.