Vince has carefully planned out every aspect of his seemingly successful life until his plans come crashing down around him just one day after his wedding, leaving his three under-qualified friends to pick up the pieces. As they head to Atlantic City for the wildest and most spontaneous weekend of their lives they’ll be sure that this Mancation will be one that will never be forgotten!

Vince always plans out everything carefully until some sudden crash break all his plans just one day after his wedding. Being out of mind, he needs his friend more than ever. They go to Atlantic City on a wildest and fantastic travel that they will never forget for the rest of their life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mancation torrent reviews

LaToya H (ru) wrote: Very abrupt ending; sort of left viewers hanging.

James C (jp) wrote: Terrible. A waste of money, not just for me but whoever funded it. Terrible script, acting, directing and use of stock footage. I don't like to insult anyone's work of art but it is highly offensive that anyone could charge money for something like this.

Andy T (jp) wrote: Containing some fiery sequences, as well as some humourous moments, especially the awesome climactic thirty-minute chase scene, this is a movie that fans of Western and Asian action will surely enjoy.

Muffin M (br) wrote: Alex Rider (Alex Pettyfer) is a regular teenager who lives a somewhat mundane life with his guardian and uncle, Ian Rider (Ewan McGregor). Uncle Ian is a boring bank manager type or so it seems - until he dies under mysterious circumstances. Alex soon learns that his uncle was actually a supercool spy for Britains secret intelligence service, MI6 and now they want him as his replacement! Unbeknownst to Alex, all those hobbies that Uncle Ian encouraged him to develop, have actually prepared him for a career in espionage. His skills in languages, scuba diving, mountaineering and martial arts, mean that he has all the attributes of the perfect spy! Armed with special gadgets from MI6, Alex is excused from school and sent out to battle some seriously bad dudes who are about to discover that hes no child: hes a lethal weapon! also stars Robbie Coltrane, Stephen Fry, Damian Lewis, Bill Nighy, Sophie Okonedo, Missi Pyle and Alicia Silverstone.directed by Geoffrey Sax.

Adam L (ru) wrote: Neither a follow-up nor a sequel "2046" is an alternate take on the principle character from "In the Mood for Love" (2000). Juxtaposed to his previous incarnation Mr. Chow (reprised by Tony Leung) is now a womanizing author of soft-core fiction. Aesthetically pleasing, but for a multi-national production with a pan Asian cast and years in the making one would expect more. The film's title (pronounced 2-0-4-6) is an oft-visited Wong Kar-wai metaphor though by the year 2004 it comes off as beat-you-over-the-head kind of stuff. Maggie Cheung Man-yuk returns in a cameo.

Mikael K (jp) wrote: A clumsy and stuffy film about the dysfunctioning love affair between Paul Verlaine and Arthur Rimbaud. A possibly interesting subject is handled in a way that made me think that the production team weren't really that into what they were creating. Some substandard acting and soulless directing plague the thing.Scriptwise the film works better, but even the dialog feels very forced and unpolished in an annoying way. Still I must say that ??Total Eclipse?? is somewhat better than the sum of its parts. There is something complelling in the piece as a whole, even if revisiting it doesn't interest me all that much.

Adam R (fr) wrote: (First viewing - Childhood)

alex f (au) wrote: Worth for the street dance

Scott M (jp) wrote: One liner comedy about a baseball team that manages to win with a group of knuckleheads. Kind of like 'The Bad News Bears' but with adults. Not as good but I enjoyed it. Mainly because of Charlie Sheen who was discovered to be a funny guy when he made this movie.

Kilo D (de) wrote: The one criticism of late one can't help come across is that "Black Sunday" has not aged well. Well, if this is true, why is it Tim Burton movies bring in millions for the studio? Case closed. This is one damned gloomy, moody, and incoherent gothic masterwork of a movie that remains influential on horror cinema, art, and music videos and it's difficult to see when that will end.


Rollo T (de) wrote: I grew up watching this. As an adult, I have used it as a teaching aid. Though it may not have been very entertaining to audiences when it was released, my students -- all usually distracted in their classes by meme blogs and Facebook status updates, chuckled and seemed to enjoy the show when I screened it. For one thing, the musical numbers have staying power although it is obvious that Marvin and Eastwood (especially Eastwood) have no business singing them. This film has some clever moments. For instance, the number, "There's a Coach Coming In," essentially a kind of founding of Rome moment when Ben Rumson and others steal a stagecoach of French prostitutes, fixes the problem of representing the history of sexual labor in the overwhelmingly male mining camps of the California gold rush. Teaching the reality of this historical moment in the mining camps can be difficult as it demands from students a fundamental paradigm shift and a disinterested interest in both prostitution as a job and gendered, domestic labor as a lucrative money maker and rare luxury. The film uses the number in a way not unlike what Richard Dyer describes, to dissolve our interest in the not-so-unsavory yet nonetheless unsavory reality of 19th century sexual labor and put us into the shoes of a bunch of sex-starved, westering dudes: utopia can sometimes look like prostitutes. In this scene, the economic stakes of prostitution are shown in competition, and the wild but bridled stallions of unbridled horniness at the head of the cavalcade knock down a perfume vendor who sees the women as new consumers in the fledgling economy of the muddy little mining town. Of course this isn't the best film. However, it is still a pretty good film.

Adam C (de) wrote: This a really a fun little political fable about a hobo becoming a corrupt governor. it is funny to me this goofy fable actually relates to todays world. In a time when people like Rod Blagojevich makes headlines, this film still has some frightening relevance. Aside from all that, it has a witty and funny script by Preston Sturges. There are also a handful of scenes that visually were impressive for a comedy of the era. The film also conveys some sincere emotion amongst all the silliness, which adds a little more depth. A fun fantasy.

Hannah S (it) wrote: SPOILER ALERT This movie looked too silly to watch but I caught it on tv and was riveted. The character of Rebecca is indeed hard to like but that's kind of the point of the movie and her troubles are funny, and the ending is truly a happy one because we feel that flawed people can both change and be loved for who they really are. The acting by everyone is terrific.

Alan C (it) wrote: Excellent monster bugs take over the world movie. Right balance of fun, action, humour and special effects.

Jacob N (fr) wrote: Not the best but a strong performance turned in by Norton.

Paul D (ag) wrote: An alternative take on the zombie-movie, but essentially the same kind of story. This is low-budget but has an endearing quality to it.

Levi C (nl) wrote: This is more of a parody of all the horror movies now a days. They use horror as more of a laughing effect then just horrific Zombeavers.

Bill B (mx) wrote: I gave this one a re-watch off the To-Watch Pile recently and I have to say that I enjoy Nic Cage when he's doing his quirky shtick, plus the twists of the film are interesting and charming.Well worth a look for the strong performances from all of the leads. Give it a rental.