Group Therapy

Group Therapy

Main character starts group therapy after feeling uncomfortable following string of random sexual encounters. In therapy he meets people with various emotional problems.

After a string of anonymous sexual encounters, Aaron decides to get help. In Group Therapy, he meets other guys with similar sexual dysfunctions: exhibitionist, confused, solo sex, ashamed,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Francisco L (ca) wrote: Katy Perry: Part of Me is a great documentary about the Katy Perry's life, that shows to us the best and the worst of the celebrity and that can charm the fans and other people that aren't accustomed to hear Katy Perry.

Saira H (nl) wrote: A nice clean family movie comes our way after a long time......... a complete entertainment

Nell A (au) wrote: As far as horror goes, this Thai original takes the cake - ALL the cake. Excellent atmosphere, frightening scares and a good story. In the end, in spite of being scared shitless by her, I was almost rooting for the ghost because the characters are all given dimension and humanity that most horror movies lack.

Charles D (us) wrote: Thought provoking. Must be seen, but everybody won't like it, I understand that.

Graeme H (ca) wrote: A joke that's about as funny as roadkill, which is about where this movie and its counterparts should be at.

Helena M (jp) wrote: Not bad for 1994 movie.

Michael K (ru) wrote: The movie that John didn't even get to finish. It's quite sad that his life had to end filming a movie that's herald to be very bad.

Addison P (ag) wrote: Seemed like a copy off a few movies, off of Firefox with Clint. As well as some AirForce One stuff in there. The pro-type stealth bomber trying to be taken by terrorists or blackmarket sellers is nothing new. Coming through the air fueling pipe was something new to me though. Interesting idea, I don't know how plausible it is...

DoggingtheHeels O (br) wrote: Magician jumps 10 feet in the air and roundhouse kicks a can into a dude's face.

Luc L (ca) wrote: An inspirational film about a native American runner, but why Robby Benson?

Van R (ag) wrote: "Bronco Billy" represents another example of Clint Eastwood's offbeat, non-traditional, cinematic endeavors. Primarily, this sentimental road show of sorts follows an anachronistic Wild West rodeo show on tour around the west and focuses on the problems that they encounter and resolve to keep the show going. This troupe of performers runs across an heiress on the lam that winds up hiding out with them until she learns that she has been reported murdered and may lose her fortune.Shrewdly, Eastwood explores another facet of his own iconic western persona in a low-budget but endearing version of Henry Hathaway's "Circus World" (1964) with John Wayne. "Bronco Billy" and "Circus World" deal with the problems of holding together a modern-day western circus show. Both movies feature a catastrophic tent fire and the protagonists are constantly tangling with problems. Chiefly, however, the comparison between the two films ends here, because "Bronco Billy" lassos bigger themes than the contrived, self-conscious "Circus World." As it turns out, the Clint Eastwood character??Bronco Billy McCoy??is a huge fraud in the best sense that Paul Newman's hero amounted to a fraud in Robert Altman's "Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull's History Lesson" (1976). Bronco Billy and Buffalo Bill shoot the same kind of explosive pellet-laden cartridges to account for their excellent marksmanship. The chief difference between the Eastwood character and the Newman character is that Bronco Billy knows that he's a fraud while William F. Cody does everything to perpetrate his own mythological destiny. Whereas director Altman ridicules Buffalo Bill as a cynical fraud in the bi-centennial "Buffalo Bill," the Eastwood film pokes fun at Bronco Billy's masquerade but not the dreamer of a man beneath the masquerade. In another sense, "Bronco Billy" shares a lot of similarities with the common man in the films of Frank Capra. Or perhaps underdogs is a better choice of words. As it turns out, Bronco Billy was never a cowboy. In fact, he was a shoe salesman who shot his unfaithful wife and served time in prison. While in prison, Bronco Billy meet the future members of his traveling, one-horse, Wild West Show and taught them everything that he knew so they could go on tour.In a reference to Cecil B. DeMille's "The Greatest Show on Earth" where James Stewart hid out in clown-face from the law, the Sam Bottoms character??a lasso twirling cowboy??is a draft dodger from the Vietnam era. "Bronco Billy" sings the praises of the lower middle class, perhaps even lower, because this is essentially a populist modern-day oater. Were that not enough, everybody in "Bronco Billy" knows that they are a fraud, and the theme of the film is that you can be anything that you want to be in Bronco Billy's Wild West Show. As any credible film scholar will point out, Clint Eastwood is paying homage to Federico Fellini??whether the former realizes he was paying tribute to the Maestro or not??because the circus formed a pivot part in all Felllini's work. In a sense, director Eastwood appropriates himself as a hero the same way that Fellini relied on Marcello Mastroianni as his typical protagonist. Moreover, Sondra Locke who plays the recalcitrant heiress that recalls Fellini's own wife Giulietta Masina in a reversal of sorts. Bronco Billy's circus reforms the hard-hearted Antoinette Lilly and gives her a home, the way that Fellini's circuses give Masina a home in his own films. Hardcore Eastwood fans that want to see Eastwood in "Dirty Harry" type movies are not going to still through "Bronco Billy." Or if they do, they will be disappointed. An underrated classic!

Joel A (us) wrote: A little stale & less eventful pre 70's western, that is ok but no good, bad & the ugly.Clint is good as his usual no nonsense self but I found the story lagged & lost impact as it went on.I probably went into this film expecting too much but I felt it was a little over rated over classified. Some fantastic panoramic Old West scenery though....

Dr J (ca) wrote: Finally saw THE BRAIN FROM PLANET AROUS! What a great, goofy movie this is. I'm wavering between rating it a 6 & 7 (don't care for this system), but the 7 wins out. It's a bad movie, but I loved it. It could have had more monstrous menace to it, but John Agar was excellent and probably the best I've ever seen him. His girlfriend is a little hottie with a great body and she's a blast, too. The funny thing, among many funny things about this movie, is how horny the alien brain is that possesses Agar's character! He rips the dress half-way off his fiancee' and kisses her in a way he never has before! Woo hoo! It's screamingly funny, and it seems like the writers meant it to be that way. The Bad Brain is being followed by a Good Brain from the same planet, and this Good Brain, with permission from the owner, possesses the body of Agar's dog to keep tabs on the Bad Brain! Damn this is good stuff. One of Agar's best lines comes during an argument with his girlfriend -- "DON'T 'EXPERT' ME!", he yells at her. This is classic '50s sci-fi schlock and very enjoyable drive-in fodder from a by-gone age. From the Wade Williams dvd 2-pack with MONSTER AND THE BEACH GIRLS, it includes the theatrical trailer and nice art work.

Orlok W (ag) wrote: Quantrill Raiders Ride Again--Enjoyable B-western given Grade A trimmings and a good cast... Another great RKO western!!

Oliver B (ca) wrote: Little-known early Capra which is totally charming and teaches you a bit about New Deal economics in the US.

007 W (ru) wrote: Nim's island is pretty bad, I kind of hate it, it's a bad kids movie and don't show your kids this

Dave M (gb) wrote: Boring and the two ofThem are completely underused