Young spy Harriet Welsch crosses paths with popular student Marion Hawthorne as the two girls vie to become the official blogger of their high school class. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Harriet the Spy: Blog Wars
Young spy Harriet Welsch crosses paths with popular student Marion Hawthorne as the two girls vie to become the official blogger of their high school class.
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Dave V (kr) wrote: It had the makings of a mediocre little movie in its own genre but degenerated as they found the corridor.
Brendan F (fr) wrote: Ultimately the whole movie just feels like a mess. With confusing storytelling and sequences that remain unexplained, the movie provides very little tension and a very illogical plot line. Channing Tatum is one of the key points that I even bothered to watch this movie and not even him, Al Pacino, or Ray Liotta can save this mess of a movie.
Connor B (ag) wrote: an entertaining, yet overly rushed film by the coens.
Laurie T (ru) wrote: This is the movie to see if you wondered about the background of the "based on real events" movie "Spotlight". Focusing on a particular priest, Oliver O'Grady, who confessed to molesting both boys and girls, filmmaker Amy Berg examines the effects of his actions by showing us the lives of three of his victims and their families. There is also information about the church hierarchy and its handling of the case, and the evolution of celibacy over time. Not for the faint of heart, but perhaps cathartic for abuse victims and lapsed Catholics.
Andy S (ag) wrote: An incredibly poignant little film surrounding a single mother living in complete deprivation and squalor on a very run down housing estate in Kent.Barely able to feed herself and her four small children she reaches breaking point when invited on a date with an ex boyfriend.Desperate not to miss out on this opportunity she lies to him that she's looking after the kids as a favour for a friend, having nowhere to turn she agrees to meet him later at the pub.She literally "dumps" the kids behind the pub and tells them to keep themselves to themselves while she goes off to enjoy herself, the guilt of the situation gets too much but still she ignores their hungry pleas.It is not until the arrival of a wasp does it really strike home what she has done...
Ross H (de) wrote: And the other Savage Steve Holland masterpiece. Of course having my boy mr.Cusack in it doesn't hurt either
RJ M (nl) wrote: A real charming movie from 1983. What would you do if someone suddenly gave you everything you ever wanted. That's what happens when Nora's long estranged father Max shows up on her doorstep one rainy night carrying a satchel filled with $687,000. Max only has 6 months left to live, and wants to give Nora, a struggling schoolteacher, and her young son Michael, all the luxuries he can in the time he has left. The problem is, the money Max has, he stole from a casino he worked at in Vegas. To further complicate matters, Nora has just started dating Kevin, who is a police detective. Bestowed with amazing gifts, from new appliances, to a brand new Mercedes, to a completely refurbished house, Nora tries to hide her father's identity, and explain away her seemingly new found wealth. Jason Robards gives a poignant performance as Max, a lifelong ne'er do well, who tries to make things right with his family. Marsha Mason is charming and hilarious as the put upon Nora. Kiefer Sutherland is solid as the police detective torn between his feelings for Nora, and the nagging feeling he has that all is not as it appears with her. The movie features Matthew Broderick, in his film debut, as Nora's son Michael, a kid who hits the jackpot, and doesn't see his mother's problem with taking what Max is giving them. It's a very Frank Capra-esque fantasy, that showcases the fantasy that everyone who struggles with everyday life would feel if their ship suddenly came in. A feel good movie if there ever was one, it's also the screen debut of 24's Keifer Sutherland.
Shawn W (kr) wrote: Chicago pays a high price for an unwanted pet when body parts start emerging from the sewer system. Limbs are traced to an enormous alligator that has been feeding off of dead dogs injected with growth hormones. Better than you might think.
bob w (kr) wrote: this film screams 'terrible'. it also screams cheap, slipshod and below minimums. but having said that, i still liked it. in fact i probably liked it because of all the aforemention qualities. one things for sure, the acting was as good at it gets or at least as good it can get with that stellar troop of thespians. it's just a good old fashioned, piece of junk horror flick that i find fun to watch.
Mark S (fr) wrote: Excellent, no frills, western
Ian M (br) wrote: As a great fan of the novel and a long term resident of north East Scotland i approached this film with apprehension. I need not have worried. it is quite frankly a masterpiece. Everything about it from performances to photography to soundtrack ( which is magical - a true rarity) is as it should be. The internal scenes many of which are tragic are also mesmerising. I found the performances intensely moving and highly plausible. there was no attempt made to soft-soap the rugged uncompromising life of a North East farming community before the first war. Life was hard and often brutal. Childbirth is depicted in all its raw brutality and the scene in which Peter Mullan has a stroke in the mud was unforgettable. Deyn's performance as Chris Guthrie was luminous and almost meditative. Her voiceover which is transplanted from the novel is like a transcendent presence - a voice of wisdom in all this horror. I will watch this film again and again and it is destined to become one of my ultimo favourites