When he learns that his sperm may be defective, small-time rock vocalist Alex (Hamilton von Watts) decides to father a child before it's too late -- if not with his reluctant wife, Jules (Keri Safran), then with his beautiful manager, Claudia (Lisa Sheridan). But when his band gets a shot at the big time, dad-to-be Alex discovers that he's bitten off more than he can chew. This comedy from director Jason S. Dennis also stars Spencer Gibb.
- Stars:Hamilton von Watts, Lisa Sheridan, Keri Safran, Spencer Gibb, Ron Livingston, Kate Atkinson, Stewart Cochran, Jackie Debatin, Guy Forsyth, Shane Graham, Jamey Heinze, Olivia Heinze, Quinn Heinze, Ruth Heinze, Jerry Katell,
- Director:Jason S. Dennis,
- Writer:Joey Berlin, Jason S. Dennis
An Austin rocker finds himself forced to grow up when he finds out his baby making days may be numbered. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: Jolie's directorial debut, "In The Land Of Blood and Honey," tells the horrific real life story of the massacre of the Bosnians by the Serbians throughout the 1990s while the world watched and did nothing. As much passion as Ambassador Jolie has for fighting against crimes against humanity, one would hope she would have not focused the story around an underdeveloped romance between a Romeo and Juliet styled couple. The main character's tale was at times distracting and unnecessary, as well as heartbreaking, making the like-ability of the plot line a little confusing. While her intentions are good and her execution (at times) brilliant, the overall film seems to miss its mark by the conclusion, leaving the viewer wanting more than was given. However, bravo to Angelina Jolie, because this movie is a terrific first outing in the field of directing.
(ca) wrote: i loved columbus circle. saw it 3 tiimes on tv and watched the dvd twice. great movie, the end was good but i question the behavior of the detective at the very end
(de) wrote: Decent start to the franchise. Lots of actions. Lots of violence. Little plot. Couldn't ask for much more.
(de) wrote: What load of crap! Shots fired everywhere and yet miss all the good guys! In there desperate effort to get the " Get yer trousers on yor nicked" quip they say it to a baddie out jogging in shorts. They chase him in is car through miles of fields and then shout the immortal line at him. Why? He is out running, why would he be carrying his trousers? Lazy.
(au) wrote: Night at the Museum is brilliant. A movie about a museum coming to life at night is brilliant. This movie has some amazing actors and they do a great job portraying this film. Amazing!!! I would very much suggest this movie.
(de) wrote: I love this movie. it makes me cry.
(de) wrote: "Breaking News" starts with a stakeout of Yuen's(Richie Ren) gang going badly awry as it devolves into a running shootout. To make matters worse, a policeman is killed, the criminals get away and the whole fiasco ends up on the nightly news. Deputy Commissioner Rebecca Fong(Kelly Chen) comes up with the idea of the police videotaping the arrest of the criminals in order to reassure the public that they can do their job properly. Inspector Cheung(Nick Cheung) is one step ahead of them and still on the case, by the way, has cornered the criminals in an apartment building. There is a lot in "Breaking News" that might seem familiar to viewers with its media coverage of an ongoing police situation. What's different here is the lack of chaos, with both sides vying to be in control of the message and attaining levels of success. So add to that Johnnie To's kinetic style of filmmaking(especially in the opening tracking shot that gets more suspenseful as it goes on) and you have a smart thriller that also entertains. However, the movie is not without its share of faults with inappropriate comic relief and major characters that come and go as they please.
(br) wrote: Nice story. Great perfomance from akshay kumar, madhuri and saif ali khan. another hit in the list of Reema Rakeshnath(write of this movie). and the song "ab tere dil mein" is catchy.
(au) wrote: You know those movies about an uptight normal family whose world is rocked by an off color visitor? This isn't any different from the rest.
(de) wrote: Must be seen. Rik Mayle, Peter Cook, and her out of MASH are totally brillent. Look out for the whistleing condoms.
(br) wrote: Wonderful. Funny. Campy and a cult classic. An all star cast including many of the coolest Rock Stars of all time. Western comedy where the locals drink coffie instead of beer, nice twist. Not to be missed worth the rental or purchase.
(br) wrote: Brilliant early apocalyptic film that attempts to imagine the life of normal people during the outbreak of global nuclear war. Ray Milland gives a supreme performance as a man trying to hang on to certain morals while sacrifing others in order to help his family survive. Milland also hauntingly directs this at times brutal exploration of the animal survival instinct at the core of human beings, and the film questions whether such morality is true or if it is merely upheld by the constraints of civilization. Panic in Year Zero does not depict the rape scenes and it leaves out the blood from the murder scenes, yet it loses none of its brutal impact.
(fr) wrote: Middling horror movie from the 50s that's more ridiculous in its idea than its execution.
(au) wrote: Lassie Come Home has lovable characters (especially the endearing old man near the end), remarkable cinematography, fine performances, solid score and heartwarming moments. It has a standard, simple and predictable plot which is pretty much stretched as far as it could have been stretched, but that ride is worth a watch due to warm tone, fine adventures and effervescent characters you meet along the way and it is an all around fun little flick. It is one of the most famous dog movies and, while nowhere near as good as Old Yeller, it still is a nice and fun film in its own right.
(ca) wrote: "Secret Of The Wings" contains a beautiful animated setting built upon a plot that is too familiar, but speedy and entertaining.