A boy stands on a station platform as a train is about to leave. Should he go with his mother or stay with his father? Infinite possibilities arise from this decision. As long as he doesn't choose, anything is possible. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Nemo Nobody leads an ordinary existence with his wife and 3 children; one day, he wakes up as a mortal centenarian in the year 2092.
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Dave M (fr) wrote: Hollywood has given us movies about Bad Boys, Bad Lieutenants, Bad Santas, Bad Teachers and even an individual Bad man (with a Good man and an Ugly man thrown in for good measure). All the movies I just referenced turned a profit - and they represent just the tip of the "Bad" iceberg. I guess Bad can be pretty good, at least for a movie studio's bottom line. So it should come as no surprise that Tinseltown chose to give us a film about a subpar patriarch. "Bad Grandpa" (R, 1:32) is, in a sense, a spinoff of a spinoff (or, you could say, this "Grandpa" is a grand-SON, of sorts). After Johnny Knoxville and his band of merry masochists gained an audience torturing themselves (and each other) for your amusement in their 2000-2002 MTV show, "Jackass", they began making feature-length movies full of their dangerous stunts and gross-out gags. One of the characters they created in order to set up some of their jokes was an "old" man named Irving Zisman. When Knoxville and his writing partners figured out a way to make Zisman's antics into a feature film, a highly inappropriate grandfather figure was born."Bad Grandpa" is part "Jackass" and part "Borat". (Yes, I know that's not that second movie's complete title, but "Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan" is too many words for me to completely write out in one of my reviews... Wait a minute. Crap.) As I already mentioned, this film is part of the evolution of the "Jackass" franchise, but it has two things that the films, videos and TV shows that preceded it do not - a plot, and actual humor. In this film, Irving (Knoxville, after three hours a day in the make-up chair) is an 86-year-old man whose wife dies and whose daughter is going to jail, forcing Irving to drive his 8-year-old grandson, Billy (Jackson Nicoll) from Nebraska to North Carolina so he can be cared for by his father, a man whose lifestyle looks destined to land him in the Big House someday too. On their road trip, Irving and Billy interact with ordinary people in some very extraordinary ways and get themselves into some pretty unusual (and hilarious) situations. That's where "Borat: Cultural Learnings...." comes in. Most of the people with which Irving and Billy interact are real people whose actions and reactions are captured on hidden camera, and who don't find out it's all a set-up until afterwards (and those who didn't later sign consent forms get their faces blurred out). Now, I won't say any more about the film's situations, set-ups and sight gags for two reasons: (1) If you've seen the trailer, you know many of the funniest bits already and I wouldn't want to deprive you of any more surprises. (2) If you haven't seen the trailer, you're in for a real treat.This is a VERY funny movie! The plot gives a necessary structure to the humor and the gags are rarely as disgusting, painful or cringe-inducing as in the previous incarnations of "Jackass". Now, we can debate the propriety of involving a child actor in some of this adult-oriented humor, but Movie Fans have enjoyed similar humor (sometimes involving children) in "Borat", "A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas", the "Vacation" movies and countless other comedies, many of which are revered to this day. No children were (physically) harmed in the making of this movie and I think that little Jackson Nicoll (who already had nine films under his belt) will survive the "trauma" of participating in this movie. Although a few of the gags fall flat, and parents may think that some of them went a bit too far, I found "Bad Grandpa" about as funny as the trailer led me to believe it would be (for a change) - and much more entertaining than Knoxville's earlier efforts. "B+"
Chris M (ag) wrote: Really? One of Doug Waker's Setzer & Friedberg-esc videos gets a Rotten Tomatoes page? I'm not going to waste my time with this. It's not a real movie. Nobody thinks they're funny. Even when you do, you don't.
Jason D (es) wrote: I worked on SCARCE,my bro and I did all the gore and makeup fx so my opinion probably shouldnt count for shit.Anyway,I love hillbilly suvival horror and for a first film Geddes and Cook did a bang up job and anyone that bashes small indie horror can hoop there head.You want shit,go rent joyride 2 or Vacancy 2,studio flicks with lots of money,...THAT SUCK!
Ali M (es) wrote: What Do I Know!? I Only Watched The Sex Scenes
James H (jp) wrote: 0.5/10. This movie has absolutely nothing good about it. The acting is among the worst I have ever seen, what is really amazing is that EVERYONE is awful, not just a few here and there, everyone. The direction is a joke, the low budget is hopelessly evident, the score is awful, I wouldn't say the movie was edited, brutally chopped would be a more appropriate phrase. It combines serial killings, vodoo and tarot cards. Dumb. Dumb. Dumb. It is not scary at all, the special effects are hoplessly lame. laughably bad throughout. The writing was appalingly bad.
Andy C (jp) wrote: Only for Julia Stiles.
Karan S (ag) wrote: great movie and killer music.
Jon P (de) wrote: Kevin Smith's cheap-o shop drama is a punk parable about the pitfalls of being a pushover.Shot in grainy black and white with a trash rock soundtrack, Smith's film mixes grungy wallops of wisdom with downbeat comedy. A catalogue of cyclical quips and retrospective put-downs plague Dante (Brian O'Halloran) in his social Inferno - a place we've all been, we all hated, but we all miss with a childlike charm. Smith's script is always silly and sarcastic, yet never smarmy or didactic. His characterisation is so good, we feel as if we went to school with these kids. Somehow, Clerks captures wasted youth at its most hopeless, it's least pretentious and its most nostalgic all at once.
Aj V (es) wrote: This movie starts out like a typical college prank haunted house story with the students joking around and then maybe the house really is haunted. It isn't scary or exciting at all until the end. The end was a pretty good surprise, and I kinda liked it, but other than that, it's not such a good movie.
Private U (kr) wrote: Beatlemania was crazy.. hehe.
Jacob B (br) wrote: I remember first watching this movie as a little kid. It's a great movie that proves that tiny insects can be good actors as well as humans. Now it's not to say that realistic animatronics aren't involved as well as real spiders.