It's a Boy Girl Thing
A visit to a natural history museum proves catastrophic for two high school rivals, an overachiever and a jock, when an ancient Aztec statue casts a spell that causes them to switch bodies and see exactly what it's like to walk in the other's shoes.
- Stars:Samaire Armstrong, Kevin Zegers, Sherry Miller, Robert Joy, Sharon Osbourne, Maury Chaykin, Mpho Koaho, Dan Warry-Smith, Balázs Koós, Emily Hampshire, Brooke D'Orsay, Kathryn Haggis, Genelle Williams, Alex Nussbaum, Jack Duffy,
- Country:USA, UK, Canada
- Director:Nick Hurran,
- Writer:Geoff Deane (screenplay), Steve Hamilton Shaw (story), Geoff Deane (story)
Sworn enemies find themselves in each other's bodies, and use this to ruin each other's lives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
It's a Boy Girl Thing torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Interesting but not one of Herzog's best.
(ru) wrote: Never read the manga but if you like Japanese action horror with a large helping of comedy then this smartly written and paced story will not disappoint.
(mx) wrote: Rips off a lot from Mad Max, 28 Days Later, and Land of the Dead. This movies clich (C)s and plot holes don't leave much to enjoy.
(it) wrote: No tiene la misma oscuridad psicolgica de las otras pelculas animadas emergidas de la serie. El guin logra ocultar eficientemente la identidad de Batwoman y mantener un cierto suspenso. Sin embargo la utilizacin del atuendo de batman queda como un elemento gratuito que no se relaciona con la identidad de ella. Regular.
(de) wrote: I got about half way through this. It was horrible. The dialogue was garbage. The story was one of the cons out of The Grifters. The editing was absolute slop. The camera always seemed to be in the wrong position.What the hell were these guys thinking acting in this movie? Didn't they read the script and the crap lines they were supposed to be delivering?Watch this to see how a movie should NOT be done.
(fr) wrote: could the have been the case with Hitlers germany?
(ag) wrote: I wanted to like it, I really did. But I just couldn't get into it.
(de) wrote: this one has to be the best kickboxer
(nl) wrote: All of the Carry On films get 4 or 5 stars from me.They have been a much-loved part of my life ever since I can remember.
(ag) wrote: Las nieves del Kilimanjaro 
(es) wrote: It was actually funny and it would always be worth it to see a great actor like Kevin Spacey in a typical comedy flick. It was good, but the premise was better than the end-product.
(ag) wrote: Tony Gilroy's Bourne Legacy is a mess on terms where you see Aaron(Jeremy Renner) in the mountains, next he's in a building fighting off the CIA, I thought Gilroy could have done more with the script rather than throwing things right in.
(nl) wrote: its not often that a movie gets me so exited to see it and enjoying every second of it
(au) wrote: I have very vague memories of having seen this movie when I was quite a bit younger. If I remember correctly I was not thrilled by the movie then since I was expecting a shot-them-up western but it has received somewhat of a cult status by some people so I thought maybe I would appreciate it more now. Well the short answer to that is unfortunately no I did not really. Probably for different reasons but still I was not impressed by this movie.The blurb calls it a "western version of JAWS". That it is not. It is nowhere near the quality of JAWS in any aspect whether we are talking about script, acting or special effects. The western part of the movie is fairly okay as long as the white buffalo is not present. As soon as the white buffalo enters the scene it just becomes silly. The special effects is quite poor even for a 1977 movie.The story is also somewhat lacking. Bill is having these very realistic dreams so he goes hunting for this white buffalo. Really? I could think of loads of reasons for why he would go hunting for a white buffalo that would be more credible than that. Crazy Horse's part of the story and his reasons for going after the white buffalo is much more credible for instance.The parts where Charles Bronson is allowed to play his usual western, shoot-them-up, tuff guy are not too bad. Some of them, like the scenes in the saloon about halfway through the movie, are even good. As soon as the white buffalo is brought in however, the movie goes down the drain. The buffalo is not scary in the least due to the poor special effects. Its movements are a joke. It sounds like a bloody fog horn. It is just bad.This is, unfortunately, simply a bad move. Thanks to some decent scenes splattered throughout the movie I give it four out of ten...barely.