Ample teen Tracy Turnblad wants nothing more than to be on the hip local TV dance program, "The Corny Collins Show" -- and when her dream comes true, her lively moves and bubbly personality meet with unexpected popularity. But after witnessing firsthand the terrible state of race relations in 1960s Baltimore, Turnblad becomes an outspoken advocate for desegregation.

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Rafael C (mx) wrote: One of the worst movies I've ever seen.

Nyk P (de) wrote: Animation! ZOMBIES! Bring It On!!!!

Allie L (nl) wrote: I was really looking forward to seeing this and it did not disappoint. Anton Yelchin is really, really effing cute, and really adorable with all of his little character voices. I felt bad for both parties, mostly because of my obvious bias for Robert Downey Jr, who is absolutely wonderful in this role. Really cool movie.

John L (jp) wrote: A cute but sappy movie. Just like on Pangako, Michelle Bayle loses out to Kristine Hermosa for Jericho Rosales' affection. Michelle Bayle never looks hotter than she does in this movie. That alone makes it worth watching for us guys.

Nichole M (br) wrote: such a good KID movie lol

Eric B (jp) wrote: Practically an American remake of "8 1/2," this obscure film is writer/director Paul Mazursky's shaggy portrait of the inner doubts following his "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice" success.Donald Sutherland (on the cusp of "M*A*S*H*" stardom) is Alex Morrison, a young Hollywood director with good taste in hats and a magnificent beard. He has an anxious but forgiving wife (Ellen Burstyn, not long before her own star-making role in "The Exorcist") and two sweet daughters (the older is Mazursky's real-life child Meg). Alex's debut feature -- we never learn a thing about its contents -- is being shown to preview audiences, and seems poised to be a commercial and critical hit. Amidst this realization, Alex grapples with two big questions: settling on his next project and deciding whether to pursue the lifestyle upgrades which his new wealth will allow.The "plot" goes no further than the above -- the action is episodic and intentionally unresolved. Alex travels, brainstorms, has meetings, takes acid and ambivalently helps his wife shop for a larger house. Along the way, there are surreal sequences involving a violent race-riot film shot in the streets, a celebratory beach dance with nude African natives, an overt tribute to "8 1/2" (including borrowed score from "Juliet of the Spirits") and a wonderful French tune sung by drop-in superstar Jeanne Moreau. Elsewhere, Federico Fellini himself appears in one scene, impatiently enduring Alex's fannish questions while trying to edit his own real-life work.The line between script and improvisation is fuzzy -- Sutherland has cute chemistry with his onscreen daughters, and visibly helps them through some of their scenes. Fellini's and Moreau's cameos seem loosely written too. Regardless, "Alex in Wonderland" is an interesting peek inside Mazursky's head, as well as a broader look at that "Easy Rider" era when Hollywood was so desperately hoping to tap the exploding hippie subculture.

Oskar B (us) wrote: It went on and on but it never felt unecessary because it was always something it was trying to bring forward, through dialouge or symbolism. It moves fluently through every scene and frame with ease and seem so alien in a way that it all seems so simple. We follow the iconic painter Andrei Rublev who goes through a life of loss and unanswered beliefs. This film comments on religion, different ways of life and how we choose to live and does it while bolstered by beautiful images of unhappines among humans in the natural nature. The final scenes is both haunting and mesmerazing.

Bengt W (mx) wrote: -ppnar starkt med safariraffel och svartsjuka men utvecklas till ngot av ett antiklimax. Mest sevrd fr Ava Gardner-fans eller alla oss som uppskattar en snygg canvasjacka.

Elias N (fr) wrote: A great start to an even greater trilogy. Lacking in villain but still manages to tell a compelling story.

Rebecca S (au) wrote: Part two of my accidental early Natalie Portman double feature. Her parts of the movie are terrific. The rest is pretty standard high school reunion life crisis fare.

Steve R (ca) wrote: Just downright awful.