Nanny Mcphee

Nanny Mcphee

Widower Cedric Brown (Colin Firth) hires Nanny McPhee (Emma Thompson) to care for his seven rambunctious children, who have chased away all previous nannies. Taunted by Simon (Thomas Sangster) and his siblings, Nanny McPhee uses mystical powers to instill discipline. And when the children's great-aunt and benefactor, Lady Adelaide Stitch (Angela Lansbury), threatens to separate the kids, the family pulls together under the guidance of Nanny McPhee.

When his wife died, Mr. Brown had to tke care of his seventh naughty and hyperactive child. One day a woman suddenly appeared at his house and got the kids carer. More specifically, at the same time also a fairy used magic to help his family. When the children became more obedient, Brown has also fallen in love with the maid and then her secret was revealed. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Thilagan R (jp) wrote: Excellent show....must watch.

Soni C (es) wrote: nice movie with great message. go watch it

The M (it) wrote: Yet another horrible teen/college-comedy.

Jason F (es) wrote: One thing that I hate about Japanese movies being available in the U.S. is the silly way titles are localized. Yo Yo Girl Cop is a stupid title for a long running Japanese TV series called Sukeban Deka. The distributors should have left the title alone and just called it Sukeban Deka. I first saw Sukeban Deka when I met a lonely male college student back in Osaka. He wanted to practice English with me, so we went to his student apartment that had a filmsy door that looked no thicker than cardboard. Anyway, he wanted to show me a Japanese TV show from the 80's called Sukeban Deka. When I first saw the show it reminded me of the A-Team meets 21 Jumpstreet. I say the A-Team because hundreds of bullets are fired at the school girl cops without any injuries and 21 Jumpstreet because of the undercover cop angle. There is really no Western comparsion and that's what I like about it. After watching the show, I found two movies that were made back in the 80's. I even went to a bookstore called Bookoff that sells used manga and got the whole series. So when I saw the title Yo Yo Girl Cop, I knew what it really was. The new movie is good in that it modernizes the series for a whole new generation that is growing up with cell phones and the internet. One of the differences between this new movie and the old one is that the old show focused on more than one girl. The old movies spent a lot of time telling the story of how the girls would bond together and form a group. There was more emphasis on teamwork and everyone had a vital part to play in the mission's success. Unlike the A-Team, Sukeban Deka members in the movies did die. In this new version, the bonding developed only between two characters, Matsuura Aya playing Saki Asamiya and Yui Okada playing the bullied Tae Konno. The whole film is about bullying and how someone uses the internet for the wrong purposes which recall the Iwai Shunji's All About Lily Chou-chou. Both films show the damaging results of ijime (bullying) and what happens when society turns away and pretends nothing is going on. Anyone who travels to Japan to teach at the middle and high school level has probably seen bullying going on. Anyway, the story is a little weak because the original movies were a lot more fun and filled with more humor, as well as exciting action scenes. They way the girls would work together is sadly missing from this new edition. The best part of the new film is the ending. The fight is almost as good as anything from the old movies with a new twist added. In the old movies, there was always a big martial arts fight that would involve everyone brawling. This version tones down the big fight but it does add modern filmmaking techinques that make it look just as good as the old movies. If you want to see some great martial arts sequences by a strong female fighter then take a chance and watch Yo Yo Girl Cop.

Marcos A (us) wrote: This movie just gave me CANCER

Derek W (it) wrote: Clive Owen carries this smart heist thriller as best he can, but Inside Man is overall a forgettable experience.

Andrew M (mx) wrote: Accepted is funny and great. A movie about people who don't get accepted into their college make up their own college is brilliant. This movie has a great plot. I would very much suggest this movie.

Deborah J (au) wrote: Very corny, still liked it although it never really ended. Oh, and by the end, both of her love interests are dead. Talk about depressing!

Nathaniel R (au) wrote: Just watched it last night and you know it was a good movie!

David S (de) wrote: A low-budget thriller from John Irvin, a director known for rather mediocre handling of material. This film is no different, with Irvin providing workman-like direction to a rather conventional and uninspiring thriller formula. The film's run-of-the-mill demeanor is elevated somewhat by the performances of Jeremy Irons and Forest Whitaker, two academy-award winning actors who always good no matter how bad the material is that their working with... how on earth did Irvin get them to be in this movie?

Madison K (ag) wrote: Amazing. Great. Moving.

Logan M (ca) wrote: Not as funny as "Trading Places," and not as memorable as "Crocodile Dundee."

Michael N (nl) wrote: was an interesting movie to watch

Cem Regi Pixelmannen (mx) wrote: Sucky...not worth seeing..see it if you want to torment yourself

Jack G (nl) wrote: A most intriguing and heartfelt quirky dramedy, the kind that is almost like, I dunno, maybe an odd 80's new-wave cross between Herzog (the dreams and ambitions of someone who may be insane, or just lost) with the idiosyncrasies of a Wes Anderson or something. But really it's still all Romanek - see his 2nd film, which I now mistakenly thought was his first, One Hour Photo, for another display of a story of a man who is really screwed up, but we know why and it makes it all the more painfully awkward and awful. In this case Keith Gordon isn't quite the actor that Robin Williams was there, but he fits for such a character who is genuinely likable and can get someone to believe him - until they see his invention, with their own eyes. What makes his story so heartbreaking, and this is taking aside the climax (or the resolution of it) which takes a turn into a WTF moment that I'm still not sure how to process as good or bad for the film, is that this character has genuine talent, after all he spent two years making a specialized antenna with a TV set. But it's all due to trauma that no one around him - certainly not bug-fuck crazy cousin Bob Gunton (Warden Norton from Shawshank Redemption, a fantastically nutty performance if one-note), or even his very understanding and warm girlfriend Julie (who has an odd moment at the very start of the film where she quits a new-wave band for... what reason, I guess to go back to Ernie, but it seems so sudden as to not really be necessary, despite being well-shot and musically interesting). It's at its most compelling as a study of this guy who has never fully processed his loss... or maybe he has, and is using this invention as a way of finding his way of getting back. Or, with this invention that projects on TV heaven, it's the Herzogian line: these are not just my dreams, they are yours as well. Is heaven a place on Earth, or just a bunch of white noise? It's an odd little marvel, imperfect but charming because of them (like that whole sequence on the bus, which is so absurd it's hard not to laugh, even if it's difficult to not see the old ladies as anything but genteel types, why not one old lady on the bus who is like 'oh gimme a break'?) If you want to find something truly obscure but sweetly deranged with a backbeat of Elvis and Brian Eno, look no further - as if most of us are looking for those things anyway. That it should have received a DVD release already is a major understatement, if only due to the at least known quantity of Keith Gordon and Amanda Plummer, or Romanek, who (somewhat) sadly remains the more underappreciated filmmakers from the music-video pack that came from the 90's (i.e. Fincher, Jonze, Gondry, etc).

(jp) wrote: as funny as, if not funnier than, 'they call me trinity'...

LISA F (ag) wrote: HAVEN`T SEEN THIS BUT ANYTHING WITH ELVIS IS GREAT

IVRt (au) wrote: I wonder if this is the orignal?

patrick M (mx) wrote: Coffy is a bad mothafucka and i love her for that, coffy is a fun film that guarantees a good time.

Dave J (jp) wrote: Tuesday, October 30, 2012 (1954) Witness to Murder THRILLER/ SUSPENSE The first few minutes in has Cheryl Draper(Barbara Stanwyck) looking through her window physically witnessing Nazi sympathizer author Albert Richter(George Sanders) choking an unknown lady to death and of course she calls the police. And I guess, there was a time that when police were called, they would go and see the assiliant making the phone call first before checking out the penthouse where the murder had taken place which gave Albert enough time to hide the body. And by the time the police finally shows up at the penthouse where the murder happend with Detective Mathews(Gary Merrill) being in charge they don't find a single thing, which also includes a pair of errings. And although, viewers know this guy is going to get caught, it's just a matter of when and how. As soon as Albert discovers which lady who saw him, he turns the tables on her by manipulating the system by convincing them that she's disillusional and should be at the loony asylum and to say anymore would be pointless. The movie is slightly outdated because of cell phones and recorders and so forth but anyone familiar with the 'master of suspense' director Alfred Hitchcock should know that this film may have been the basis of two of his films, most notably his masterpiece "Rear Window" and "Vertigo" because they're also some vertigo scenes on here but not as intense. 3 out of 4 stars