Set during a crazy afternoon in the lives of a dozen college students at a co-ed dorm that starts with the arrival of two very different women with the same name of Dominique. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
National Lampoon Presents Dorm Daze
Chaos and misunderstandings ensue in a coed dorm
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Scott F (gb) wrote: A must see for any anime fan or just anyone in genral grat ending
Krystal W (mx) wrote: This sounded like a great movie when I read about it. I am always up for a good horror movie. When I finally watched it, I was completely disappointed. The acting was terrible and the effects were even worse. They could have done so much more with this movie. The only reason it even gets two stars is because I loved the concept of the movie. The rest was a complete fail.
Jonny C (ru) wrote: Decent drama about the interweaving lives of residents of small town U.S.A. The story and acting is pretty solid, but it plays out like an episode of Friday Night Lights. Overall, worth a look.
Kimberly D (ru) wrote: a bit boring, but some pretty extraordinary shots of the kazakhstan steppe.honorable mention.
Adam R (jp) wrote: The worst Bollywood movie I have seen yet, and I have seen some bad ones. Kareena Kapoor is horribly miscast as a prostitute and the story is uninteresting. There were a couple of songs that I almost enjoyed, but they couldn't save this boring film. (First and only viewing - 6/21/2014)
Jenyce B (kr) wrote: pretty nice movie and all the differnt Native Americans From differnt tribes
Ewa K (ca) wrote: One of the most important Polish film.
Brian T (us) wrote: hilarious i laughed my ass off the whole time wat a nightmare she was
Krystof R (nl) wrote: Soundtrack of this movie is simply beautiful.
Alexander C (de) wrote: Could be worth a viewing, would like to see it sometime in the future.
Dave R (kr) wrote: if you're in the mood for a silly biker movie this is worth a look. it doesn't try to be anything more than the b-movie it is. and it has some unexpected cameos: john candy, dan akroyd, james belushi and george wendt... guess they owed favors to someone!
Lucy C (nl) wrote: love this movie and old lady there hahaha hilarious hilarious!
Kevin H (es) wrote: Funny but goes on too long...
Sunil J (ag) wrote: I love Maggie Smith trying to solve this along with Poirot's nose, Diana Rigg is a pretty glorious victim.
Scott R (ru) wrote: Different from most ford films in that there was much more mainstream dialogue and character development. He did cover the dilemmas of kidnapped pioneers and them living with Comanches and how afterwards they could not integrate back into society because of the unaccepting. Stewart was good and had some good character to him, he had a good supporting cast as well.
David E S (au) wrote: Although this is a typical alien defense movie, the deeper is meaning to this movie that the unknowing critic would not see. This movie is about the how soldiers from all countries can come together for a common good. The acting and action may have been a bit campy, but the premise and heart that the actors put into this movie stays true. Defend at all costs. Bring back all that you can, all soldiers understand this. Look past the movie to the premise and you will understand what a soldier deals with in a combat situation.
GM W (jp) wrote: Writer/Director James Cameron (The Terminator 1&2, The Abyss, and True Lies) writes and directs a film about historical fiction at its finest. Set in 1912, when the Titanic was just constructed, two people from two opposite worlds strike up a romance, and try to experience before the sinking of the Titanic. Starring, Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, James Cameron gets two very honest and real performances. The Oscar winning soundtrack composed by musical genius, James Horner, fits perfectly into this masterpiece, and evokes emotions beyond all comprehension. Titanic is a great romance, and a very intense action film which will make you laugh, cry, and much more!
Paul Z (nl) wrote: Only master New Wave filmmaker Louis Malle's second stateside effort, this touching, distinctive mood piece is beset with strange, at times unsettling concurrences of sound, tone, and incident, where the dead and the living link temporarily, occasionally even become intimate, then resume on their separate paths. The beginning of the film determines this key unpredictability that gives it so much of its liveliness. The sequence starts with a close-up of a young woman, who seems as worn out as she is gorgeous, seen through a tenement window in golden lamplight. Systematically she rubs her hands, arms, shoulders, and breasts with lemon halves. As the camera widens, we become aware that she's being watched by an elderly man from a likewise tattered room across the air shaft. Then the events that occur that obliquely cause them to confront one another have all the capricious randomness of life. What makes this lyrical tale rewarding is the tenderness with which Lou treats his only hope at adding up to something, and the insight with which Sally treats Lou. Lou longs to take the drug money as a reward from the heavens and restore his prime. Malle's gratifyingly hard-edged serendipitous drama is set in an tenement near the Boardwalk. It's scheduled for destruction, and everywhere are empty lots full of debris and the sky-cranes of new construction. Each exterior shot looks to have a backdrop of wreckage being heaved out of upper windows, or bulldozers cleaning up empty lots. In this condemned building live three people: Oyster-bar waitress Sally, aging numbers runner Lou and widow Grace. The relationship with Grace starts with the detail that she requires Lou to live. To cover her despair, she offends and disparages him like a diva, and he sees right through her. Grace the aging beauty discovers an instinctive bond with Chrissie the hippie, who believes in reincarnation and foot reflexology. They're far apart in age, approach and viewpoints, yet they both form dreams to separate the bleak truth encircling them. As for Lou and Sally, there's something kindhearted and understated happening. Neither is without horse sense. Both have ideas. Both have endured disillusionment. Albeit they could be lovers, they have no prospects together, and perhaps none individually. They need not vocalize this. When he helps her, it's because she needs help, and because he needs to help. His inducement is not the standard fairy-tale stock phrase, but in having an observer who knows that at least once during his decline into anonymity he stepped up to bat and acted as he believes a man should, men who may have been crooks but were influential and appreciated. The movie doesn't reject reality. It ends how, when and why it must, provided what has gone before.