Midgets Vs. Mascots

Midgets Vs. Mascots

This documentary follows 10 contestants as they compete for 1 million dollars in prize money.

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Midgets Vs. Mascots torrent reviews

Garwin S (us) wrote: I swear. Tsui Hark must surely be China's answer to Steven Spielberg in his heyday. A ripping great yarn and stunning production. Why oh why though does the lead actress Angela Yeung Wing take on the real life stage name of Angelababy?

Narayanan A (it) wrote: 90% - This movie could have flopped so hard due to its plane premise. But, 127 Hours is a strong survival film that consists of an excellent performance of James Franco and great emotional drama which makes the main character of the story very relatable to everyone in the world.

Thaddeus R (fr) wrote: I don't really know why, but this movie has provoked more thought for me than I ever expected it would. Overall, I liked the movie, and although there are some aspects of the plot that seemed either unnecessary (like the Ecstasy) or ultimately unresolved (like his job), I was still intrigued by the films examination of Taylor and Amanda's lives. While I sometimes got the feeling the filmmakers couldn't decide if they wanted to be funny or serious, I felt that the film had something to say about a variety of social ills, particularly addiction, and how people must be willing to change if any serious transformation is to occur for them.

Brian T (kr) wrote: Great! Possibly my favourite documentary.

Zach W (ca) wrote: Horrible movie, even Gary Busey's great acting didn't save this movie. Its basically matrix + Bruce Lee.

Private U (ag) wrote: I'll admit, it was bad. I've been banned from picking out the movies after this one.

Jim D (es) wrote: A gorgeous, thoughtful film with challenging moral and science fiction ideas.

Tyler R (de) wrote: At this point, I don't even expect effort from Johnny Depp anymore. And if Mortdecai is any indication of what Depp wants to do with the remainder of his career, then he can head straight to DVD with this nonsense. Mortdecai follows an art dealer who is brought in to help find a stolen painting. First off, this film doesn't know if it wants to be goofy family fun or a dirty, raunchy film geared towards the older crowd. Frankly, it fails on both ends, so that isn't much of an issue. What is an issue is the writing. The film tries to introduce so many characters and open up so many subplots, and it all comes crashing down in a heap of garbage. And the acting certainly doesn't help elevate the trash. Everyone seems to be at odds when it comes to their portrayals. Some take it too seriously, some play it off too goofily, and some feel like they were ripped out of a cheap Wes Anderson knockoff. Fortunately, and this is the only saving grace, Paul Bettany gets a couple decent jokes. Other than that, the film slogs along to the end of it's mercifully short runtime and it leaves the viewer with yet another entry in Johnny Depp's rapid decline.