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How I Met Your Mother

A father recounts to his children, through a series of flashbacks, the journey he and his four best friends took leading up to him meeting their mother.

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Brittney S (jp)

Would not recommend this to anyone. Just terrible, i can't find anything good to say about it. I have to say this is honestly one of the worst movies i've ever seen

Charlene M (mx)

band STARS. , it's filmed in toronto and the soundtrack to the film is by the cdn. but it stars hottie freddie prinze jr. blah blah blah. . . girl is sick . boy likes girl. this movie has been told before

Christopher I (ca)

. . . . But someone should. Cops shouldn't do what he does

Don S (it)

. . . Maybe. As it is, the film is pretty, and if you don't really mind 2 hours of "arty", maybe you'll like it. This easily could have been an hour, hour and a quarter shorter and probably it would have been much better. It really felt like it was just a bunch of scenes, separated by black screen and a jolt of Neil Young's guitar, very loosely framing a "story". " Well, unlike "Down By Law", I was able to watch the whole disc. Like I said in my review for that film, "Maybe it's supposed to be some sort of "arty" film? Sheesh. Well, I guess I didn't learn my lesson from my previous Jim Jarmusch film! Much like "Down By Law", this film is super slow and super boring

Jenna I (au)

this movie should just take place in an alternate Middle Eastern/Moroccan inspired planet because there's nothing remotely arabic about it otherwise and that would make more sense. . . Really on par with a bad episode of Star Trek, Buncha white people with afghan hounds and belly dresses. Honestly not as bad as people say, no worse than the last couple Elvis films

Joe H (br)

Worth seeking out. Or he's simply the star of the funniest film since Four Lions, the alpha papa of the 2010s comedy offerings. He's your old classic comedy character from the 90s who never really left and is more relevant than ever, with corporations looming over the media empire, in an age where phone-hacking journalists are guaranteed jobs and the local DJs are left to pack their things. So, who is Alan Partridge? He's your new favourite comedy character with riotously outdated opinions, constantly teetering on the edge of inappropriate social etiquette, or more likely hanging onto the edge for dear life, and here displaying himself as a bastion for completely accidental heroics. These are nitpicks, scraping the bottom of the barrel of what could be improved in an otherwise achingly funny cinematic exploit for the small town disc jockey. Funny as the daydream segment is, it does seem tacked on to an otherwise well-structured plot driven by characters and plot. Racial prejudices, in particular towards the Irish, are understandable in the case of Alan's psyche, but jar a little when bystanders of the public express them. The 'mangina' skit appears to come out of nowhere, a brief deluge into comic nudity when there is clearly a functional mining of wit throughout. Of course inevitably when a machine gun of jokes is going off, there will be some misses. If there is a director's cut lurking about with more of them, this would be an improvement to the film rather than a criticism of the theatrical cut. However these side-note characters never become caricatures and certainly do not detract from any of the hilarity. Not much can be said of other characters aside from their status as running gags: the twenty-something, popular music DJ, the alcoholic divorcee trainwreck, or Nigel Lyndsay's slimy yet ruthless media boss. Colm Meaney's Pat Farrell is a believably justified antagonist, whose personal loss and anguish feel dramatic enough to be from the Die Hard canon, yet for some reason are in the middle, or should that be north, of Norfolk. Alan's long-suffering assistant Lynn works wonders as his shy, moralistic side and, despite all of her punchlines referring back to Alan, provides some well needed juxtaposition to her occasionally insufferable boss. The focus of the film rightly should be on the eponymous character himself, but there are segments which give a breath of fresh air. If you do not fall on the floor helpless laughing, you managed more than I did. Alpha Papa will not give you enough oxygen to count the amount of laughs. Watching a bad comedy film entitles you to count the amount of laughs you emit; watching a funny comedy film doesn't give you time to count the laughs. Crude, physical humour, trademark one-liners, 80s action film references, and the subtlest of recurring sound gags (such as the nervous nasal bite) all play out expertly. That however is the extreme of the film: from then on it plays across to a variety of palettes. If Armando Iannucci's In the Loop or Chris Morris' Four Lions left you cold, and they really shouldn't, then perhaps scenes of Simon's makeshift shotgun-holding helmet will not impress you. From therein, Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa will prove a divisive film for those who can handle their black comedies. In that respect, the British attitude of little resistance plays for a downbeat tone, aside from two different reactions: Alan's complete lack of the situation, and his co-worker Pat Farrell's more violent reaction to hold the station hostage. The threat of privatisation looms in the background over most of the comedy moments, with the cast communicating this wonderfully through disparaging looks of hopelessness rather than explicit dialogue. North Norfolk Digital, Alan's local radio station where he runs the Mid-Morning Matters show with Tim Key's superbly eager 'Sidekick' Simon, is being bought by the Gordale Media conglomerate, who wish to make cuts efficiently and without remorse. Whereas a global story or terrorist attack story would have seen Alan going against a straightforward antagonist, the final product's force of evil is far more relevant. And that is part of the magic of this film over other British character comedies such as Bean (aka The Ultimate Disaster Movie), keeping Alan Partridge completely grounded in his roots. But for his own pet project of Partridge, production has taken a decade: there have been talks of a "Alan goes global" story, a mission again al-Qaeda (sadly ill-timed with the 7/7 bombings), and finally something a little closer to home. For every misfire Coogan has been involved in since the turn of the century, be it Around the World in 80 Days or Hamlet 2, he has returned with brilliant projects like A Cock and Bull Story or The Trip (screened as a film outside of the UK), as well as scene stealing roles in the Night at the Museum franchise and notably Tropic Thunder. No, but who is Alan Partridge? At the heart of him is Coogan himself, a comic actor who has received far more flack than he deserves. Alan is, for better or worse, the embodiment of the average Daily Mail reader: culturally misinformed, atrociously nave, and can recite the opening ten minutes of The Spy Who Loved Me by heart. Who is Alan Partridge? The character of a Conservative, middle-class, Middle England showbiz presenter, who reeks of narcissism and the leather from his driving gloves, was originally a one-note sketch during Steve Coogan's university revue years before evolving into the personality that Alan believed he should be

Jordan L (kr)

The addshion to the first I think it is better then the first ,if there is a third one I would not reconed it because it mybe be bad

Kieran T (jp)

Roger Ebert is a Cunt. Zhang Yimou is a God. WOW

Michael O (de)

Classic silent film that fits among the ranks of the greats alongside "The Battleship Potemkin" and "Metropolis"

Natalie B (mx)

I loved every second of this