Scooby-Doo! and his friends head to Blowout Beach for a real swinging beach party. But when the Ghost Pirates threaten to harsh the good vibes, it's up to the Scooby Gang to get the party back on track and save the day! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Sheila S (ag) wrote: This is an amazing movie. I love the music, the cast, the bright colors, but what I love the most was the end; it really was a perfect finale! Definitely an interesting screenplay.
Pierre M (br) wrote: I'm a horror buff so with no ratings at all on this, I have to go ahead and place my stamp. This movie...stinks! Horrendous acting, storyline, and unnecessary-but-the-horny-director-loved obligatory sex scenes, and constant objectification of women. Unscary, predictable, and cheap.-Skip this shit.
Alex G (us) wrote: A strong premise with some great beats. It never enthralls or pushes the momentum to far, but was worth the watch.
Nathan W (br) wrote: I actually enjoyed this one, unlike All-Star Superman which was the last one I watched. The only things that I think could of been done better is Lex Luthor and Brainiac, other than that I enjoyed it.
William S (nl) wrote: Of all of the cross-dressing movies, this is the best of the genre. Yes, it's crude but it's so well played by all three male leads it bears up to repeated viewing.
Linda H (us) wrote: Great fun! Laughed a lot. What sells it is all the characters giving only minimal attention to the dissonance between the Johnny Twenties style and everyone else's modern style. The difference in word meanings and slang was particularly played upon and was funny for awhile. The rat-a-tat-tat manner of speaking when our hero was giving an explanation or rebuke was hilarious!
michael b (gb) wrote: All she wants is gold and silva
Stuart K (de) wrote: John Landis masterminded this sketch film, which he co-directed with Joe Dante, Robert K. Weiss, Carl Gottlieb and Peter Horton, it done by Landis between Three Amigos! (1986) and Coming to America (1988), and he saw it as a return to the anthology sketch format of The Kentucky Fried Movie (1977), only this has less successful sketches, but when they're funny, they're funny, when they're not... The film is meant to relate to the experience of flicking through the channels on television late at night, but the main focus is a B-Movie sci-fi called Amazon Women on the Moon, which is being shown on WIDB-TV Channel 8. The film has Captain Nelson (Steve Forrest) and his crew Blackie (Robert Colbert) and Butch (Joey Travolta) exploring the moon, getting to meet Queen Lara (Sybil Danning), and escaping from monsters. However, the broadcast is having technical problems, including adverts and infomercials for various products and even talk shows while the broadcasters try to get the film fixed and the rest of it shown. It's a bit of a ramshackle film, and that's the major fault of sketch films, they lose focus after so long, but there's some funny sketches with a cast including Carrie Fisher, Michelle Pfeiffer, Steve Guttenberg, Rosanna Arquette, B.B. King and Ed Begley, Jr.
Mark S (au) wrote: Snappy dialogue and excellent performances in another charming Hepburn-Tracy outing.
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Hayden L (jp) wrote: A schlocky little horror film that is startlingly reminiscent of films by Roger Corman. True it is undeniably corny, but there are some great laughs as well as shocks to be found here.
Jules H (jp) wrote: Pirates! is a fixture in the field of stop motion cinema. With alltogether nice visuals, heavy dose of adventure and rapid fire gags, this movie is a treasure chest of captivating fun.
Leonard D (mx) wrote: The Twilight saga are some of the worst romantic fantasy films to ever grace the silver screen. How, just, how, could you even screw this up with a parody!?
Steve C (es) wrote: On the cusp of breeding? "Should I or shouldn't I?"Well, this movie might be an scary argument against such a move.It is a very dark story about a bad boy, a very bad boy, actually a monstrous boy. He starts out as Baby Nihilist and devolves from there. He hates his mama who is in a very much trapped-with-HIM situation that is made even worse when clueless dumb guy hubby has them all move to an enormous mansion in the 'burbs even after she says she loves the city and does not want to move. It's a beautiful house of the type that can look like an isolated death trap to some city folk, like me. I have heard this story before, literally, years ago via a multi-part BBC Radio 4 drama adaptation of the novel. Around that time I also heard of read interviews with Lionel Shriver about her novel. Because of that I knew the story. I knew where it was going so the structure, back and forth on the timeline of events, didn't throw me at all. (I read IMDB reviews where people found this confusing.) I really liked the BBC play, the movie, not so much. It's really is kind of like a monster movie, or the old movie The Bad Seed. I remember Shriver saying in the interview (which is to say I don't know if she actually said this or if it is just my memory) that she wrote the novel as a compilation to decide to try to have a child or not. She did not. the contemplation, this story, goes to the worse scary direction possible, so she scared herself childless. It might be helpful generally if more people thought about this, thought through what the decision of having a child would or could mean rather than just enter in with flared hormones and distorted notions of idealized "love", the thoughtless emotional pull, or the thought geared to emotions.Anyway, the movie is dark, relentlessly bleak, rather over the top and not trusting that we got the idea that he is a bad boy after too many scenes illustrating such. The radio version was, I think, just the voice of the mother mostly. The film is mostly the mother's story. I kind of wish that Kevin wasn't in it so much that so we could more see him through her eyes rather that explicitly on screen so much. But this is a movie so they have to show stuff which can be a major storytelling downside in comparison to more text based media, the book or the radio play.Tilda Swinton is fine in the mamma role. John C. Reilly plays the hubby who is more a problem than a help, a thankless role, but a paycheck for the actor who like them all has to make hay while the sun is shining.It seemed long. There are better and worse movies to watch than this.Possible Spoiler:I didn't buy the kid's final act at all. Didn't get how the target to ammo ration worked and how he could pull it off, not just get rushed and knocked down. But that choice will definitely not ruffle the NRA crowd.