Last Hours in Suburbia
When Grace is accused of playing a role in a deadly accident, her best friend reaches out from beyond the grave to unveil the truth behind what happened.
- Stars:Piolo Pascual, Angelica Panganiban, Nova Villa, Ryan Eigenmann, Smokey Manaloto, Carlos Agassi, Joross Gamboa, Ketchup Eusebio, Janus del Prado, Maiara Walsh, Liz Vassey, Erica McDermott, Landry Allbright, Grant Harvey, Kelcie Stranahan, Tom Kemp, Gwen Kosak, Enoch Danquah, Steven A. Miller, Sarah Cote, Ryan Palmer, Nina Van Brunt, Joanna Herrington, Kevin G. Cox,
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Gordon H (us) wrote: Fun, family flick!Originally written on March 8, 2013--As someone who has loved the original Wizard of Oz classic starring Judy Garland for more than 40 years, I had mixed feelings when I heard that Disney was going to do this prequel story based on the works of L. Frank Baum. But I have to admit, I enjoyed this movie a lot more than I thought I would! Just finding out how the wizard ends up in Oz in the first place, why the Wicked Witch of the West flies on a broom, and what other fantastic places and characters exist in that magical land beyond what is shown in the 1939 MGM musical is a real treat. But the best part of this film is how it doesn't take away anything that has been built up before but rather expounds on it and enhances it in a way that is entirely respectful of Baum's legacy. Fantastic film. Two thumbs up!
Chris D (ca) wrote: Great Disney classic.....
Bryan A (nl) wrote: Esse filme timo, no sei como s foi 29% aprovado, infelizmente!
Mindi B (br) wrote: It's so bad it's good
Wes S (ca) wrote: More goofy killer tomato nonsense, but at least this one has some enjoyable moments. The opening credits have more laughs in it than the whole movie, but at least the characters are somewhat decent and the plot isn't so bland. The tomato puppets are a bit better, and the jokes are fun although cheap. It still doesn't feel a thing like the first film.
Yasir S (kr) wrote: Somebody found this movie from an old box in one of the back from the bollywood library. if you want to see Sanjay Dutt, Ajay Devgan and Manisha Koirala 15 years ago. then have a look and waste your time.
Donald M (au) wrote: Khyber & Cleo are probably better but this ribald entry is my fave...Windsor's bra snapping...Butterworth's crafty farmer...the divine Jacques...and Sid's cackle...ayaahahahahahahaha.
mark d (de) wrote: After having its world premiere at Fantasia Festival in Montreal in July 2012, the film had its U.S. premiere in September at Fantastic Fest in Austin. It was also selected at the Melbourne International Film Festival, Frightfest London, Transatlantyk - Pozna? International Film and Music Festival, Telluride Horror Show and Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival. In September 2012, Jeff Deutchman from Sundance Selects/IFC negotiated with Nate Bolotin at XYZ Films for the North American rights to distribute the film
Jonalyn B (ag) wrote: Liked it; thought it was well done and entertaining. A murder mystery that reminds me of an Agatha Christie novel..except with a lot more gore.