Can Paul get married in just 6 days? Paul Roll is a lovable nerd who's achieved everything he's set his mind to, except...he's never been successful at finding a man. After witnessing the marriage of his best friends--6 days before Election Day 2008--he realizes he desperately wants to get married. Forced by the current economy to take on an ultra-conservative (and anti-gay) conglomerate known as The Family as a new client, Paul must now tangle head-to-head with its Disney-like villain, Miss Deborah Anderson. Through a series of comedic mishaps that include a crusty old lounge singer named Miss Piggy B, Paul finally meets the man of his dreams. But is true love meant to be?
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John M (ca) wrote: A great Korean film noir about a small resistance group's efforts to overthrow the Japanese regime in Korea in the 1920's. It took me awhile to get into the rhythm of the film and to understand who the characters are and what was happening, but once it clicked, it was a very satisfying film. The backdrops and cinematography was excellent. One of the best films of the year.
Rahul P (fr) wrote: Nice Movie... Much Better than wat is reviewd evrywhere !!
Sammy I (de) wrote: an eye opener to organ trafficking
Darren M (us) wrote: Awe you got to give it a couple of stars for simply indulging in the stupidness of it all. Then half a star for following both an insane premise and every B-Movie formulae ever divised. Nessie has buggered off from Scotland to the us of A. with some yank/scottish hunter in pursuit. locals are being eaten by Nessie, who to be fair must be a bit peckish,....I know I am after 6-10 hours of airline food. Anyway up steps the local geek who had the girl and lost her to local bully.....yadder yadder....helps save the day if not before almost be eaten...then gets undeserving tramp back. Hunter dude turns up to help with various weapons and wants to tap the geeks single mom.....have I seen this movie before. Great watch if you have nothing else to do.
Giulio G (it) wrote: "Io credo che ESILIATO voglia dire che hai un padre che cos in ritardo, ma cos in ritardo, che non torna mai pi a casa."
Jennifer T (ca) wrote: This movie was horrible. No real story. This is definitly not Billy Bob's strongest film-it doesn't even come close to Sling Blade if you get my drift. Don't bother on this one. A stupid movie about some whore named Chrystal who lost her kid in a crash. Very slow movie and the characters are flat.
Gena D (us) wrote: Meh, looked like a made for TV movie. Wasn't terrible, had the beast hooked. Didn't hook me as a kid nor did it this time.Was funny to hear the genie voiced by Homer J Simpson though. :p
Pedro O (jp) wrote: Nunca terminei de ler.
Abel D (br) wrote: Tacky and cheesey to the extreme, 'Sinbad' is pulpy B camp swashbuckling in all its glory. From inconsistent production values and effects to laughably under-choreographed action and even a tackily dubbed cast, it's got it all, but it'shysterical.
Diana V (nl) wrote: es una de la mejore pelculas que he visto. tiene contenido interesante y es muy divertida!
Jonny P (jp) wrote: Hitchcock's original 1934 version of "The Man Who Knew Too Much" never stood much of a chance for me, since his 1956 remake has always been one of my favorite films. But even approaching it with that mindset, I was incredibly let down by this film. Maybe it is because this film is so old, but there were times when it was difficult to distinguish what was going on (and difficult to care about what was going on). This film lacks the strong, sentimental mother/child relationship that the remake does, and I found myself not caring about the fate of these characters. I understand that filmmakers were still experimenting with talkies throughout the 30's, but this film seems like they weren't quite sure how to properly approach a talking picture and lacks the flow that gives a film a natural feel. Again, I constantly compare this film to its superior remake but that is because it is so inferior. The main draw for this film is catching Peter Lorre in one of his first American films but if you want to see him at his finest, watch "Casablanca" or "The Maltese Falcon." I have never appreciated the performances of Doris Day and Jimmy Stewart until I saw this film. Just skip past this mistake and take in the story the way that it was meant to be seen - in its stunning 1956 remake.