The story involves two newlyweds, Keaton and Seely, who receive a build-it-yourself house as a wedding gift. The house can be built, supposedly, in "one week." A rejected suitor secretly re-numbers packing crates. The movie recounts Keaton's struggle to assemble the house according to this new "arrangement".
A newly wedded couple attempt to build a house with a prefabricated kit, unaware that a rival sabotaged the kit's component numbering. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(us) wrote: slow start, but stay with it.......unique plot, sylish & plenty of twists & turns along the way.
(de) wrote: So good Depp is Comanche now...
(kr) wrote: OMG I REALY LOVE THIS MOVIE....LOL....NO WIRI WIRI...
(nl) wrote: Reeks of prison sex.
(au) wrote: This documentary written and directed by Robert Kane Pappas is a relevant one for the modern society because covers topics including the Telecommunications Act of 1996, concentration of media ownership, political corruption, Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the controversy over the US presidential election of 2000 (particularly in Florida with Bush v. Gore), and the October surprise conspiracy theory. On the other hand, I can see the similarities with all other systems of control in China, Russia, Middle East and even Europe. It seems that government quickly follow up each other when they have to take freedom of speech from their citizens, regardless the political views. I cannot say that I didn't like the documentary: it was relevant, had trustworthy experts who know their subjects extremely well, it had facts, it had plenty of interviews... but somehow it was too dry and lecturing for my taste. I am a lecturer myself, and the most important thing is to involve the audience into the lecture! This documentary didn't do that for me - I was always aware that this is presented information to provide me with truth which should alter my views on democracy in the United States. No need for that in my case, because I was an owner of a radio station in the late 80's and I know a thing or two about the subject, and all I wanted is to enjoy the presentation. Well, that was hard if you are just lining up the presenters and facts. I was thinking to show this to my students, but I will edit parts of it before doing that, because in this form is a little bit too hard to "chew" the complicated subject of taking a democracy from the "demos" to the 1% of the US population! George Orwel's "1984" seems like a paradise compared with today's laws in the "Western Freedom" countries, with US as a leader. Recommended for the information and revelation, not artistic value!
(gb) wrote: too many subtitles not enough violence. some bits were sooo funny. brad pitt doing an italian accent priceless
(ru) wrote: One of the only good Wahlberg performances, and this one was by far the best. Extremely entertaining and packed with future stars, Boogie Nights is bold and brilliant.
(mx) wrote: Good killer kid movie. Excellent kills and a likeable cast. Buy it!
(mx) wrote: 14 % ??? Have you really SEEN this movie ??? Douglas' performance is outstanding and Kazan's work is just beautiful !
(de) wrote: I saw this movie a long time ago and this movie was not as good as I hoped! The land scape and great animals in the jungle. But then it takes place in the world. And King Kong fights air planes in the city. This movie was A little scary, the movie was 3 hours long which is stupid!!! I think I do not recommend kids watching this at all. I do like Mountain gorillas they are cool I think.
(nl) wrote: Cliche but there were some cute moments. Not many though.
(de) wrote: Less a sequel, more a remake, with Michael Douglas one again reprising the role of corrupt Wall Street banker, Gordon Gekko and Shia LaBeouf steps into the shoes vacated by Charlie Sheen. The only other difference is the volume of currency, adjusted by inflation. Like the first film, Douglas makes it watchable, but there's little else to write home about.
(us) wrote: well crafted and acted military pic