Nic & Tristan Go Mega Dega

Nic & Tristan Go Mega Dega

A day in the life of 10 year old skateboarding twins

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Rob Jeremiah N (ru) wrote: Termed cliche in most aspects, A Little Thing Called Love is still cute and marked with likable characters.[August 27, 2011 | DVD]

Georgian S (jp) wrote: Very difficult to write up a review on this title. Even as I write this I still can't think of what to wright. From my understanding, a son is put onto a bus to NYC as the mother cannot afford the bills, the son undergoes a change while living with his estranged family.

Paul D (gb) wrote: Winter themed film for kids with bullying and terminal diseases as themes.

Alex W (ru) wrote: Gerard butler just fucking shit up and being unstoppable.

Carmen M (mx) wrote: Wonderful portrayal of family love, grieving, and death. Sally Field was brilliant.

David G (gb) wrote: I can't complain too much cuz it's Looney Tunes.

CORONADO (jp) wrote: THIS MOVIE IS AWSOME I LOVE USHER WITH ALL MY HEART AND HE KNOWS HE LOVES ME 2 HES THE BEST ACTER IN THE WORLD AND BEST SINGER.

Amanda B (au) wrote: I cried so hard at the end of this. I thought that this was gonna be some stupid ghetto movie but it was really good!

Richard M (jp) wrote: A classic - gotta watch it

Tim N (kr) wrote: I'm a huge pro wrestling fan. It wasn't no oscar winning film, but for a wrestling fan this is really cool. Probably the best "wrestling movie" out there.

David C (ru) wrote: A musical with only two memorable songs ("Thank Heaven for Little Girls" and "It's a Bore"), only one of which is good ("It's a Bore"), is not likely to be a good musical. Indeed, this is one of the most boring and poorly-acted in the history of the genre. It takes place in Paris, but seems to unfold mainly in bland, claustrophobic drawing rooms.

Rose H (ag) wrote: luv summertime.......

Simon T (mx) wrote: A smart and innovative peace of filmmaking directed by Christopher Nolan.