Nipples & Palm Trees

Nipples & Palm Trees

A down and out journey into a land of raunchy and bizarre sexual encounters. Jackson is a struggling artist with a dead end job and a terrible love life. Lately his loneliness is getting the best of him and he finds himself desiring something more out life. But in the city of Los Angeles, the good girls are few and far between. And what do you do when the prospect of some quick lovin' loses it's appeal?

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Jonny L (es) wrote: Independence Day: Rebloated, where nothing happens and nothing makes any f*cking sense.

Cameron A (es) wrote: really good, think this was her first film :)

Scott C (ru) wrote: Super unfunny, despite Chris Elliott being a really funny guy.

Matt C (de) wrote: A good example of what works on the page not always working on screen. I found the whole film felt a little bit ridiculous and try-hard whereas the book it's based on is quite dark and atmospheric. Quite an unusual film though nevertheless.

Brian S (jp) wrote: The movie's title is very misleading, because the monster, which seems to be a giant piece of cotton candy with ping-pong balls as eyes, only appears in 1 long scene. This is a very cheesy movie, the camera is very cheap and the sound is shit. And the wooden acting doesn't help. Incompetent, absurd comedy and just plain dull. Not recommended.

Sin P (au) wrote: This is my favourite war film, and one of the most unnerving films I have ever seen. A propaganda film made at a time when invasion seemed imminent, it is chilling and yet also rather reassuring. The violence is at times, quite shocking, and yet very little of the violence is towards the British. A true classic.

Jens T (ca) wrote: Kitty Foyle is basically famous for being the film where the famous screen dancer Ginger Rogers won her Academy Award, and that's the reason why I watched this movie, because otherwise it doesn't stand out as a classic not at all, but rather just another movie from the year of 1940. Kitty Foyle is as the title suggest about a woman named Kitty Foyle a lover class saleswoman who falls for the hansom and rich Wyn Strafford (Dennis Morgan) who will not take as her wife because his family require Kitty to be educated. She then marries a doctor Mark Eisen (James Craig). But Wyn shows up years later to ask her if she wants to be his lover. Some who will she chose? It is kind of boring with all the romantic chit chat of how much she loves Wyn and she talking to herself, and the characters are way over done. So I'm afraid I have to give this movie a thumbs down.

MadGav H (br) wrote: Watched 50 times. My all time fave considine and meadows at their finest

Craig M (us) wrote: Fascinating exploration of the visionary journey of Jodorowsky's DUNE. I would have cut Jodorowsky's celebratory excoriation of the Lynch version of DUNE we got, as Lynch had nothing to do with the studio backing out of the Jodorowsky production.

Joseph S (ag) wrote: I found it sadly disappointing. The trailer made it look like a first rate thriller, but it came off feeling like a made for TV snoozer.

Katelyn B (it) wrote: This movie drags sooo much, but the end is well worth it, I think. Such a creepy movie. Anything that has to do with masked child killers and a cabin in the woods... creeeeepy. Like I said, it does drag in the beginning, and takes a while for the movie to get going, but once it did get going, it became a nice thriller. I pretty much had it figured out, but it wasn't extremely predictable. Overall, I enjoyed it. And I enjoyed Billy Zane. Mhmm. Haha