It is the last day of school for Christian and his younger sister Sophie. They are heading to a party at his friend Trina. High school graduation is just around the corner and after the freedom and future. But behind the idyllic facade lurks tragedy and secrets. That evening Sophie commits suicide.

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Jairo A (nl) wrote: Neverlake was just OK. At times, it seemed to drag on for a bit. The story itself is fine but the way it was executed took the scary part out of it completely. It's not a bad film though, it's very average.

i C (ag) wrote: 7.5/10Highly entertaining documentation about pete rose. And mostly becomes of himself, because of what and how he tells his stories. Just great

BradyTommyLee F (jp) wrote: Never is it boring, yet I somehow feel disappointed. Still, it gets my pass.

David F (ca) wrote: This is really kind of a throwaway romantic comedy about a huge movie star who meets a bookshop owner and falls in love. I guess it's supposed to be fresh cause the movie stars the woman and the floundering bookshop owner the man but I didn't notice much chemistry, charm or wit in this film which ticks off almost all the genre cliches.

Iowa B (es) wrote: Gummo is ugly, unpleasant, rather chaotic and - for a lot of viewers - impossible to like. While all these things might be true, Harmony Korine's debut is also impossible to dismiss. But this flick is not just a series of random unpleasant scenes, its chaos has a purpose: it creates a particular atmosphere, one that is difficult to shake loose. Many people might not like this film, as I said before, but not because it is astoundingly bad(yes, there will be those who will dismiss it because it does not meet their tastes, but this is next to irrelevant), but because the film is difficult to sit though. However, if you think about "Gummo", you you take one step away from it, see it clearly, it resembles a lot with poetry and perhaps this is the best way to look at it. Harmony Korine takes the viewer in places he does not want to be and offers characters he might not want to meet, but this incursion reaches some strange emotional notes by the time the credits roll.Like "Pink Flamingos', "El Topo", "Eraserhead", a rating system does not apply in Gummo's case either(I gave a rating because RT doesn't let me post that otherwise).

Adam R (de) wrote: (First and only viewing - 11/25/2012)

Ruben G (jp) wrote: Patrick saves the day, Patrick gets girl, first time I see Patrick dont want girl.. maybe cause he was already married to girl. A must see if you like alot of fighting.

Lee A (us) wrote: The acting was great. The story had potential but ended up being mostly depressing. Was a good depiction of marriage and the struggles that marriages face. I was hoping for a lot more, having enjoyed films influenced by Nora Ephron in the past. Only reason for R-rating was a few too many f-words.

Leo B (jp) wrote: A funny movie with early performances by Diane Lane and Anthony Michael Hall!!!!!!

Paul D (it) wrote: Thumbs up for Pacino and a great cast of other characters, well-acted, plus a good plot; thumbs down for the rambling script, the jogs between comedy and drama, the feeble attempt at a thriller, too many caricatures, and overdone "good little guy" vs. "corrupt powerful people and the state". This is Norman Jewison channeling Paddy Chayefsky, and falling short.

Michael H (us) wrote: "Can you give me one good reason why I should send my family that took me a lifetime to raise down that road like a bunch of damn fools to do somebody else's fighting?"

Ifiok O (au) wrote: Not at all what I was expecting. This was such a laborious task to watch, since the movie just drags on and on, and the finale is just one lousy cop out. It was more of a whimper than a fright.

Joanna B (au) wrote: As Hollywood continues to ride the nostalgia wave, Everybody's favourite blue-creature cartoon is back. Created by Belgian comic artist Peyo (Pierre Culliford) in 1958, these intrinsically likeable and happy gnome-esque characters were later adapted for television and made their mark mostly on the kids of the 80's, and were until now but a memory for generation X.With their appeal a blend of silliness and innocence, Columbia pictures saw genius in resurrecting the blue icons, bringing them back but this time to the big screen, in live-action 3D and in New York City.When the evil wizard Gargamel (Hank Azaria) finally discovers out how to break through the magical barrier protecting the quaint mushroom housed Smurf village, the unnecessarily cruel villain chases the overtly happy single family tiny blue creatures into the woods. As the 99 Smurf's flee and scatter, a small group of six chase after the aptly named Clumsy as he stumbles into the forbidden grotto. Tumbling through a portal from their magical world of rainbows, sunshine and waterfalls into our modern world of sky scrappers, cars and technology the Smurfs are "oh my smurf" out of their depth.Using their cutesy whiles and hijacking the help of humans, a newly promoted advertising executive Patrick (Neil Patrick Harris, Doggie Howser MD) and his expectant wife Grace (Jayma Mays), Papa, Grouchy, Brainy, Gutsy, Clumsy and Smurfette form a plan to return home. Being only three apples tall in the Big Apple is a deadly recipe for apple sauce. With the hopping-mad Gargamel and his crazy tabby cat assistant Azrael hot on their heel's and trying to steal their magical blue essence for his own nefarious deeds, the smurfs must sing a happy song to survive the big city.A wonderfully innocent and old-fashioned family cartoon, the Smurf's is a hybrid of nostalgia and cutting-edge live-action animation. Similarly to that of Garfield and Scooby-Doo this movie wants to show affection for the classic, whilst also poking fun. Appealing to children through mischief and mayhem, the nonstop barrage of puns, colourful adaptation of smurfism's and the catchy "la la la" happy song choruses is enough to drive adults potty. As the smurfection of blue cutedom reached smurific levels, parents patience become dreadfully thin to the point of being smurfed up and ready to "get smurfing" but hey "Smurf Happens". The Filmmakers so impressed with their choice of wit, utilised the later for the movies URL.Presented with the wonderful voices of Alan Cumming, Katy Perry, Fred Armisen, Anton Yelchin, Jonathan Winters and George Lopez, The individually recognisable characters each named and defined by their behaviours and traits (similarly to the seven dwarfs). The Verdict: Technically more impressive than other 3D films of its ilk and emotionally more impressive with its themes about family and believing in yourself, Parents will be lining up to take a rousing trip back in time to answer the puzzling question; how many female Smurf's where there really? You may need to wait for the 2013 sequel.Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 16/09/2011

Joe B (it) wrote: I expected something good like Mamma Mia, instead i had something that was as about pleasant and welcoming as a fart in a spacesuit

Ryan E (mx) wrote: Good fun western... Looks a tiny bit dated now.

Maxx H (gb) wrote: Everything I hope for in an Anime movie. Action. Unexplained technology. EPIC space battles. Characters that make me smile. Completely a winner.