It is estimated that there are 13 million pet reptiles in the United States alone. That means that approximately 4% of households in the country houses a least one reptile, some have even more. In fact, there are even a few who have achieved quite a wealth with their reptile breeding programs. These people are known as "Herpers" stemming from the word Herpetology; the study of reptiles and amphibians. Still, the fact remains that there are two kinds of people in the world; those who are reptile fanatics, and those who have no idea that there are people in the world who are, in fact, reptile fanatics. Herpers is a feature-length documentary for them both, produced by the multiple award-winning filmmaker, Dav Kaufman who fits proudly in the former category. Herpers takes us from coast-to-coast from the forests of Virginia to the skyscrapers of Chicago to the hills of Hollywood and all points in between in search of this unique reptile culture...
Anurag B (ag) wrote: Karan johar very well keeps the suspense of the moment till the last breadth but problem is that we all know what the suspense is.
Sarah S (au) wrote: best bit is victim with his bottom jaw torn off . cool
Jennifer T (nl) wrote: Funny as hell. Decent plot. Mediocre acting.
Pavan R (mx) wrote: An interesting take on the dirty world of the Hindi film industry. Good direction with good performances. Some really good songs to add to the mix makes it a pretty good watch
Tony M (gb) wrote: What a good film for a true story !!
Jules C (es) wrote: Good documentary. Could have been done better but the best one on Breakin.
Megha T (us) wrote: This movie was pretty good, not the best I've seen
Hoyee L (it) wrote: An excellent movie. Matter of fact, all the Ian Fleming's 007 movies are awesome too watch.
Clay B (de) wrote: FORCE 10 FROM NAVARONE (1978)
Eben B (de) wrote: I first knew of this film in "CULT HORRER FILMS", a book which reviewed many cult horrer and sci-fi movies from the 30's to the 80's. It called it a "low-budget, rip-off JAWS". I dunno, I found it alot of fun.
Mimi S (au) wrote: Grade: D+ This film is another yawnsome and predictable chick-flick about a small town girl trying to make it in the big city. Violet (Piper Perabo) is a small town girl trying to make it as a singer/songwriter in New York. She gets a night job working in a raunchy bar to get by and falls in love with an Aussie boy, Kevin (Adam Garcia) who is a big fan of her music. I found the film to be really cheesy and cliche with a bad script. I found it really uninspiring and boring and considered switching it off at one point. It's pretty much a teen flick pretending to be more grown up; it follows the same formula, poor pretty girl with a sob story whose dreams come true and she meets a hot guy who turns out to be the man of her dreams. Yawn, give us something else. Whilst it had some sweet moments, it wasn't really for me.
Travis B (jp) wrote: Perhaps one of the greatest thought provoking films about vampires ever! This is one of the finest observations on the subject of vampire Love! This film even transcends the thoughtful barriers of Warewolves! This series sparkles, just like lovely vampires it Creates! This is also perhaps one of the greatest films to be seen by human....and "non-human" Eyes! Please enjoy!
Maru E (nl) wrote: Bajo el sol de Toscana
Todd E (mx) wrote: Grrreat Movie with alot of Big Cats !!
Sean H (kr) wrote: The best thing about this Piece of Shit movie is that I will forever "wrap it before I tap it"
Jos M (ca) wrote: Deprimente y a la vez original, esperaba ms.