Kenny

Kenny

From the biggest festival to the smallest church social, Kenny Smyth delivers porta-loos to them all. Ignored and unappreciated, he is one of the cogs in society's machinery; a knight in shining overalls taking care of business with his faithful 'Splashdown' crew.

From the biggest festival to the smallest church social, Kenny Smyth delivers porta-loos to them all. Ignored and unappreciated, he is one of the cogs in society's machinery; a knight in ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Al K (mx) wrote: Hahaha! Pretty good movie! Don't forget to watch the bloopers!

Lo B (nl) wrote: I didn't know if I was supposed to be afraid or to just laugh at the nonsenses showcased on screen, but well.... 1 star because it's Dario Argento, but god, does he have lost it!

Tyler B (kr) wrote: Easily one of John Hughes's worst movies. Not much goes on and it's characters are either bland or stupid. Whaley's okay but annoying at times yet oddly likeable but he didn't have much to work with. John Candy gives the best performance of the film in a cameo.Only reason why to watch this is to see Jennifer Conally at her sexiest. Not many wears a skintight white tank top without a bra more convincingly. It makes one truely wonder what if Jennifer instead decided to become a sex symbol/sexiest woman in hollywood instead of becoming a better actress. At one point in time she had the total goods.Acting wise she is very green here but you see her potential of what came later on..

Wesley G (ca) wrote: Pretty intense for a kid's movie, with adults shooting at kids and at one point - the kid even kills a guy. This film also shows just how quickly kids can learn different things and prove that they are smarter than we think they are. Having Dabney Coleman playing Davey's father and Jack Flack creates an interesting dynamic into the idea of, "who should a child's hero be?"

Stephanie H (nl) wrote: Excellent acting but lost at times.

Petros T (ag) wrote: "Predator" is a welcome twist to the war/action genre. John McTiernan orchestrates the film's first part - essentially a fascinating mix of a military operation and hints that something's crucially different - wonderfully, building up the tension masterfully till Predator is finally revealed. Props should also go to the confrontation between the titular creature and our hero, crucially presented as a battle of wits rather than merely of strength or armory.

Greg W (jp) wrote: the whole opening is a rip off of 'birdman' and Pacino's inability to discern reality from fantasy-that's been done b4 too.

Clifton D (gb) wrote: Gripping characters in a gripping time yet generally a relaxed atmosphere that nevertheless keeps it fresh seeing it time after time.