Jeremy Fink and his best friend Lizzy must search high and low throughout the streets of Manhattan for clues to unlock the mysterious box he received a month before his birthday. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life
Jeremy Fink and his best friend Lizzy must search high and low throughout the streets of Manhattan for clues to unlock the mysterious box he received a month before his birthday.
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Bill B (de) wrote: I was prepared for the worst after hearing several scathing reviews from what I assume are miserable killjoys because I really ended up loving this flick. The bizarre blend of Goth culture, Industrial music and opera somehow works for me, and I could even see myself owning the soundtrack at some point.Kudos to Bousman for trying something new.Well worth a look.
Manuel C (mx) wrote: I found myself losing interest in the storyline, no matter how relatable the characters were.
Waleed A (ag) wrote: fun adventure movie (about 4 viewings)
Pritha R (ru) wrote: i thought karishma kapoor was a b**** and i didnt like her and akshay kumar mad me mad- but otherwise, i loved it
Bengel W (br) wrote: An exquisite chronicle about a story that is so intense that the mystery of the characters and the tale itself become captivating for every second of production. Cinematography is deliciously beautiful creating an ambiance that is deeply penetrating for the eye. Actors absorb the passion and bring it out in their human spirit in front of the camera making this a must see film. Nibbles: Cornflakes.
Michael S (fr) wrote: A Hollywood classic. Dietrich is breathtakingly beautiful.
Brett S (kr) wrote: Compared to Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill Vol. 1, this movie was a steam pile of c**p. So boring, poorly written, edited, and directed. I can't see why this got rated so highly. I am glad I did not pay to see this.
Kitty P (mx) wrote: This is a great move, worth watching. Please see it!!
Stephen S (us) wrote: I hope it will live up to the book