A socially inept fourteen year old experiences heartbreak for the first time when his two best friends -- Cappie, an older-brother figure, and Maggie, the new girl with whom he is in love -- fall for each other.

Lucas is an unusually bright teenager whose nerdy looks and meek demeanor make him a favorite target for bullies. Lucas then experiences heartbreak for the first time when his two best friends, Cappie, an older-brother figure, and Maggie, the new girl with whom he is in love, fall for each other. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lucas torrent reviews

Greg R (nl) wrote: Seth Rogan is not good for a lead role. The movie had clever material, and was funny, but just seemed to drag sometimes.

Jon S (it) wrote: A surprisingly witty teen comedy. (If you even want to consider it a teen comedy) The basic premise for the film is a little silly, but makes up for it in it's acting and clever narrative of the main character played by Joshua Schaefer.

Cresswell S (nl) wrote: 3 Generations of the Douglas clan, Great acting all around.

Anusha P (es) wrote: :|:|it didnt make me laugh,not all all!

Geoff J (nl) wrote: Assume it is 1960, and there is a screwball-ish romantic comedy made featuring Rock Hudson, Cary Grant, Tony Randall, Doris Day, and Katherine Hepburn. Assume also an 80s action film about an evil gangster polluting an innocent lady's farm, with all the fight scenes there intimated. Assume Katherine Hepburn is this lady, and causes Cary Grant bleeding head trauma with a wrench, and the three male stars fight each other all the time, and there is also an epic fight scene with an eyeliner-wearing Real Life fight champion, and both are the same movie, and it was made in Hong Kong and is pretty much the greatest movie ever.

Luke B (jp) wrote: A cruel and absurd cinematic gem. Only a British film could be so off-beat and terrifying at the same time. It had the uncomfortable atmosphere of Don't Look Now and The Wicker Man. I was honestly expecting an Alien knock-off, but what I got was creative, if ludicrous filmmaking. Set in Britain, we see a man abducted by aliens. 3 years pass and everyone assumes he just left, though his son is plagued by nightmares. An alien arrives and starts killing and impregnating people. The alien pregnancy scene is horrific. It's so detailed and gruesome, it really does make the chestburster scene in Alien look quaint. Not much makes sense after that, but I enjoyed it all. It was some weird fucked up fantasy with a midget clown, toys coming to life, and dads sucking on their son's shoulders (don't ask). The effects are truly repulsive and fantastic. I pray for a return to films like this. CGI would have been so bland. It will take a morbid person to truly appreciate the humor and bizarre tone, but it's unlike so many films, where scenes of pure fantasy are played straight-faced and for real.

George L (es) wrote: Seen them all. Even the series!!!Every time i cream my pants from pleasure. Is something wrong with me?

Alex B (ag) wrote: An implausible Cold War film (transitioning between the Second World War and the Cold War, spreading the lie that the Soviet Union rather than the U.S. inherited the legacy of Nazi Germany) that sort of anticipates the Cuban Missile Crisis. And why does Glenn Ford (always) have such a chip on his shoulders? Is it because he's a Canadian pretending to be American? He surely deserved to suffer a beat-down here for the way he treats Rita Hayworth.

Ben L (fr) wrote: Babel is a film that fits what I call the collage genre of film-making because it interlaces a number of different shorter stories into one film and gives some small aspect that ties them all together. In this one it's a cause-and-effect connection that I find more interesting because we get to see how the action a character does in one story impacts the next and so on down the line. The best stories in this film are the Moroccan father with his two sons, and the Mexican housekeeper. Both of those stories have a lot of complex emotional things going on and some tough decisions that the characters have to make. I like the idea of the Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett scenes, but I don't feel any chemistry between the 2 actors. Also their scenes get extremely repetitive, just more and more bickering with their tour group. I keep waiting for something new or more engaging, but I didn't get that until the very end in their story. The strangest addition to the film was the story of the sexually-repressed deaf Japanese girl. The connection to the main story was so tangential and it almost felt like her story was tacked on and given a loose association with the other stories as an excuse to fit it into the same film. There were definitely things to like in Babel, but it had just as much that I didn't like. Obviously, based on the accolades it has received, your mileage may vary.

Greg R (fr) wrote: Wow, this is not just bad, it's a new kind of bad. The pacing is awkward, it didn't look that great, the costumes have no grit to them, just to mention a few things wrong with it. It's dull, odd, and poorly acted I can never recommend anyone to see this movie and take it seriously.

Xaralampos L (mx) wrote: Poor acting and an unbelievable plot don't let this slasher film stand out among its counterparts, neither in terms of scares nor of remarkable filmmaking.

Leonard D (au) wrote: A comedic masterpiece which will live through the ages!