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Ed H (jp) wrote: It's a documentary about the greatest fictional author of the 20th century. Amazing.
Carla S (nl) wrote: Brutal !!! una mega inyeccion de f. Lo mejor es que que esta inspirada en hechos reales . Super recomendada . Dios puede hacer crecer lo que sea aun en medio de un desierto !!! Yeahhh
CJ C (us) wrote: "The best place for money... is right here in my pocket." I loved this movie as a kid, I thought it was sooo funny. All these different stories intersect at the car wash: Richard Pryor & the Pointer Sisters were young & sexy and Prof Irwin Corey was hilarious (how can anyone forget the Pee Bomb? lol.) With Melanie Mayron, George Carlin & Antonio Vargas.
Jessica L (ag) wrote: I can't believe I just spent 1hr 23 min watching how much of a douchebag the characters can be...I find them very annoying, especially the "oh so troubled" teen Andrew. Much to my surprise, I practically dislike all the characters in this movie. And all the stupid pranks and just laughing at the camera is a big turnoff. Guess some would praise it's a true depiction of adolescence. The plot is very pointless and you don't know where it's heading until the very end. I'm still curious as to what caused them to have superpowers.
bryce m (br) wrote: Horrible! Looks like it was just randomly Sloped together. The 1 fight scene when they fight the dragon and the other army was so bad i turned the movie off.
Shannon R (jp) wrote: Some really honest moments in an underdeveloped plot. It's trying hard to be something but its not quite there. However I still loved the characters and was kept interested in the story.
Joseph O (au) wrote: I do really like this movie. Of course, I also love Jason Segel. And Paul Rudd. And Jason Segel and Paul Rudd together. And Rush.
Carlos M (ag) wrote: The last chapter of TOS films is an excellent farewell for Captain Kirk and his crew, concluding their long journey with a smart political mystery that cleverly parallels the end of the Cold War and embraces a future that bears new adventures for the Next Generation Enterprise.
Tim R (kr) wrote: Not as exciting as the first Hunger Games.