Ivan Cohen is a young boy living in Palo Alto, California. Unsatisfied by his slacker group of friends, his love for a girl who doesn't know he exists and a dysfunctional family life, he is struggling to find his place in the world.

The film tells the story of a California teen (Sam Dillon) who is struggling to find his place in the world while coping with his dysfunctional family, slacker friends and a girl who doesn't know that he exists. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Gavin P (de) wrote: A very enjoyable journey - seems like it's more than a film for the most part! There's one extremely long (& unnecessary) Bollywood musical number, but otherwise, it's just a good movie, with a strong message and plenty of funny moments - as well as a few serious ones. The three stars - Rancho (Khan), Farhan (Madhavan) and Raju (Joshi) - are all good, flashing back to their university years. The film deals well with following your dreams - not the expectations of others - and the flaw with all education systems around the world. Long, but like 'Forrest Gump', it's an extremely worthwhile journey!

Hindnbrg E (us) wrote: There's a few positive things I can say about this movie. First, it makes Diablo Cody seem like an intelligent, sophisticated writer that really understands all facets of the human condition. Secondly, I think it's great that some wonderful humanitarian let a drooling retarded man like Andrew Bujalski out of his fecal-smeared cage and allowed him to express himself through cinematic form. Just because Mr. Bujalski is a water-headed talentless twit does not mean that he should not be able to express himself!...Although next time, I'd suggest fingerpainting for him.

Greg W (br) wrote: my fave of the trio (also red and blue)

Craig E (nl) wrote: A brilliant example of over the top B movie film making. Steve James is a solely missed bad ass!!

jay n (au) wrote: Rita looks great and Glenn is his usual pugnacious self but this attempt to strike gold again with the "Gilda" stars is rather routine.

Spencer P (br) wrote: In an epic turn in direction for Disney, Mulan represents a break from the nambi-pambi Disney Princess fare with a woman's story with power, fantastic visuals, and well-timed humor, even if it's also unnecessarily G-rated and Americanized at times.

Alexis Z (kr) wrote: It ok I wasnt impressed.

Neil O (au) wrote: Unpleasant and violent though competent vigilante thriller from Carry On producer Peter Rogers. Joan Collins phones in her usual lazy, disinterested, graceless performance whilst the rest of the cast do their best with a script that attempts to deal with serious issues - child molestation, grief and the emotional complications of revenge but it's done in such over-the-top bad taste that the seriousness can't be taken seriously. Should appeal to Sun readers especially.

Liesl E (au) wrote: Boring and frustratingly unfocused.

Henning S (ca) wrote: I wonder if this movie is just a cool now. I think I saw it 16 years ago. I do remember that the movie itself was ok, but that the ending was incredible.