Jumping The Broom

Jumping The Broom

Two very different families converge on Martha's Vineyard one weekend for a wedding.

A comedy revolves around the wedding of couple who come from two different areas of the city: the suburbs and the city's center. What will their relatives with very different habits and personalities have to do to be harmony on this wedding? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Rebecca S (ca) wrote: Wow. These people are nuts, but it's fun to watch the insanity.

David L (kr) wrote: Although the chemistry between Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis is evident, this film is just full of cliches of the genre and the plot is very similar too (The Proposal).

Robert B (fr) wrote: Terror Trap (Dan Garcia, 2010)It seems The Asylum is not the only company dabbling in the mockbuster business these days. Most Wanted Films, the company behind Lockjaw: Rise of the Kulev Serpent, bankrolled this horrible knockoff of Vacancy so similar I'm surprised writer/director Dan Garcia didn't get sued. (I suspect there's a cadre of Hollywood lawyers who have it down to a science how many scenes have to be different in order to stop studio A from suing studio B for plagiarism, and this movie is right on the border.) The only thing that marginally redeems this flick is the interplay between Michael Madsen and Jeff Fahey, of which there is far too little here to redeem this in any way. If you've seen Vacancy, which wasn't all that great in the first place, you don't need to bother with this-and if you haven't, that is certainly preferable to this. 1/2

Deadly V (kr) wrote: Good mix of Korean humor and drama

Elisabeth M (nl) wrote: gggrrreeeaaattt mmmooovvviiieee

Leah C (jp) wrote: Unnecessarily constant, confusing flashbacks, bland unlikeable characters. When I say unlikeable, I mean even the nasty ones just aren't engaging. The main character never seems to show any hint of a real personality-- sure, she's supposed to be mysterious, but come on.

Kendall M (mx) wrote: looks like another AWESOME IFC movie

James H (fr) wrote: Okay..and the point is? Slow moving, poorly directed mish mash that I suppose had some significance to someone involved in the making of the film. However, it escapes me. One bright spot are some good performances.

John A (ag) wrote: A Charming 80s Cult Classic Family Comedy. Although Not The Spielberg Production It Could Have Been But Its A Light-Hearted Film. The Film Sports A Good Cast, Along With A Good Story, Script, And Award Winning Special Effects By Rick Baker. This May Be A Film To Pass But It Has A Great Charming Quality To It.

Matthew C (ag) wrote: While John Woo's action sequences are as stylish as ever and Chow Yun-Fat clearly has fun in the title role, Bulletproof Monk can't be taken as seriously as it takes itself, partly due to the casting of Sean William Scott as the serious lead character.

Piero I (ag) wrote: Oh, dear god, why, oh why do they still make movies with popular actors doing bad accents? It's like a a bad SNL sketch.