Mes uz... Lietuva!

Mes uz... Lietuva!

Celebration in a country of basketball. Lithuania, probably the only country in the world where basketball is routinely described as a religion, hosts the most important basketball event of...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:93 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:Lithuanian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:basketball,  

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Jason T (jp) wrote: Very disappointed. I expected a great B-movie like 2-headed shark attack but instead 75% of it was boring talk about how the shark came about and other boring stuff. The 25% featuring the shark is all seen in the trailer. A few fun parts put overall a massive disappointment.

(ag) wrote: Son:What would you do if I die today?Mother: I'die tommorow

Bryon v (br) wrote: I kept waiting for it to get better. Pretty boring, and the music is crap.

Ari S (ru) wrote: What a tornado in a oddly chaos works way but only because of the the performances lead by Julianne Moore who played this to a T reminded me of a mix of her previous work on map to the stars behavior mixed with don Jon just highly unpredictable and like a car crash you can't stop watching. The script was too loose with the childhood redmayne had because in order to get to that last scene I felt like he needed a bit more reason in his early years. Either way I didn't expect the ending but wow it stuck with me. Worth watching if you like these actors and appreciate something you really don't see in film all too often.

Ryan S (es) wrote: Boring. One well done sequence does not save a movie.

Tommy H (mx) wrote: I was really impressed by the visuals in this movie. The image of the french ship moving through the fog was kind of creepy, like a ghost ship. The tactical aspect of the movie was interesting, too. Besides that and some good performances, like the one-armed boy with a lot of spirit, it's your standard blockbuster.

Melody B (it) wrote: Not a terrible film.

Shawn W (es) wrote: Vice girls investigate a series of female street kid murders. Gabai gets low marks for his acting but as a director he seems to get more out of a low budget than peers. He is smart enough to let Lana Clarkson and Liat Goodson lead the way.

appiah e (it) wrote: oh this is a nice film and is also good so tell me what do u really leran from this film .

MF J (ca) wrote: If i remember correctly, this is the only film Eddie Murphy plays a bad guy. The film was fun & entertaining to watch when i was a kid but it's been so long since i've seen it i can't really remember much of it...

Francisca M (it) wrote: Another one of my favorite 90s childhood movies. It's cheesy and the lambada ain't that great though the song from Kaoma is addicting. Their dance for the competition is repetitive, which is basically the entire lambada but the ending dancing is way better. A lot of the music used especially the non-latin songs were bad like "It's a horror" and "Automatic". Then there's the story, which is typical. It's ok. They tried taking points from "Dirty Dancing". I guess I can give them props for trying to put out a good message about the environment and also the condom scene. Then there are Nisa and Jason who I like even though bad acting. Her outfits, specifically two of them, are cute and reminiscent of that time. I love Joa and Carmen. Just hilariously cute and love the scenes with Joa. Overall, a movie I still like to watch though I may cringe at times, the ending save is lame and Kid Creole is creepy at times.

Jeff B (mx) wrote: Arming 007 with a rousing amount of darkness and edge, the first PG-13-rated Bond film finds Dalton in top form and the series getting down and dirty. Yes, Casino Royale shakes and stirs Bond into pitch blackness, but License to Kill tries it first and to mostly good effect. Featuring explosively thrilling action scenes and Benicio Del Toro in a breakout role, the film's worst offense (it still holds the record as the lowest earning Bond in the franchise) is debuting in a pre-9/11 world where Michael Keaton - not Christian Bale - assumes Batman's cowl. In this PG-13-rated spy thriller, James Bond (Dalton) goes rogue and sets off to unleash vengeance on a drug lord (Davi) who tortured his best friend, a C.I.A. agent, and left him for dead and murdered his bride after he helped capture him. The fact that the producers changed the title from License Revoked says everything about this middling attempt to make Bond go dark. Reportedly having little faith in the ability of American audiences to understand the meaning of the word "revoked," the Brits went with the much more marketable phrasing License to Kill. It demonstrates an unsureness that shows up in many aspects of this production. Dalton's 007s gets locked on intensity even more than his previous outing, which brings the tone down more than makes the character dirty. Still, the explosions and chases keep this off-the-grid caper intense in the right ways as well. If only the producers lightened up the character a bit and found the winning formula, Dalton's otherwise ace version of 007 might've booked passage to GoldenEye rather than just dying in development another day. Bottom line: Rogue Notion

Nick R (ca) wrote: Two words: psychotic samurai.

Brendan N (au) wrote: I thought this was a better DC animation film, they started off really strong but have hit snags lately. Under the red hood is still the strongest film and should be the bench mark for all these films. The film has a good mystery and doesn't outstay its welcome, I'm a little over the Justice League movies so this a nice change.