Mikako is a young junior high school teacher who has just transferred to a new school. Excited to be starting a new job, she volunteers for a coach for a boys volleyball club. But, she finds out that there is almost no activity in the club… There are only 5 members, and they are all losers who haven’t even touched a volleyball and only think about girls… To give them an incentive to try hard, she promises them that she will show them her boobs if they win a game! Since then, the boys start practicing extremely hard. Feeling uneasy but happy at the same time to see their attitude changing, Mikako starts to like and trust them. She also learns from them and gets back her confidence which once she lost. Right before the day of the first game, ‘the promise’ is discovered by the school side, and it becomes a big problem…
Daniel T (mx) wrote: Nice Indie movie, with a mixture of horror (little), friendship and drama. The movie had little explanation of why the supernatural was happening, but used it to build on a story of loneliness.
Dave B (it) wrote: Just the kind of quirky movie that I love
Robert H (jp) wrote: While the film contains a few really exciting battle scenes, most of the film is sporadic, uncoordinated and makes an important piece of history seem like nothing more than what you might find in any text book. This is especially so considering the amount of text on screen explaining what has happened, what is happening, how things are proceeding etc. It's one thing to read subtitles but if I wanted to read a book, I wouldn't have watched the movie. Add in a misdirected love story that had no business being in the film and 1911 ends up being a confusing mish mash of interesting tidbits that never amount to much. If this was a documentary, I might understand the difficulty in bringing about a cohesive story but I can only assume this film fails mostly due to really poor directing choices and a script that never knew what story it was trying to tell.
Timothy W (de) wrote: The best Nicholas Sparks movie I ever seen!!!!! Josh Duhamel and Julianne Hough are absolutely stunning, I don't know if I have the courage like Josh did but I do know that Safe Haven is for us to find a new love and a new start because it's about making that individual happy.
Will L (ag) wrote: 'Planet Terror' is Robert Rodriguez's blood-soaked, cringe-inducing contribution to the 'Grindhouse' experience, and it's a total blast from start to finish. Featuring many nods to the work of John Carpenter, Jack Hill, and the like, it also displays a clear style that Rodriguez has developed by taking various cues from those to whom he pays tribute.
Christopher B (it) wrote: Great movie about race, but see it to believe it.
David M (au) wrote: Entertaining to watch and Brandon Routh makes a great Superman however story tends to drag.
Bon B (br) wrote: Oh my god, no reviews? This is one creepy shortish film. The canned laughter is insane! The repition is crazy. Ahhhh.
Lee (fr) wrote: Reasonably good comic slasher which see's a film crew attempt to make a movie in a high school which was the scene of a bloody massacre five years previously where the killer was never caught. It's fun at times and has some bloody scenes but most of the kills are off-screen. We get a bit of George Clooney for the 15 minutes which was fun to see him in something trashy. The film-within-a-film scenes went on for too long though and some of the humour just wasn't funny enough. It may not be the best of the 80s slashers but it's memorable and unpredictable. So if you're in the mood for something different in this horror sub-genre give it a look.
Simon L (gb) wrote: I'm not even a fan of GREAT horror movies, so a middle-of-the-road cheepie like this one doesn't stand a chance. Between a dull story that takes WAY too long to get going, terrible special effects, poor atmosphere that can't support the film that relies ENTIRELY on creepiness, and the inexcusable crime of utterly wasting Peter Cushing, there's very little good to say about Now the Screaming Starts. Nobody in the cast manages to generate any interest in their characters, and the plot mostly meanders from one set piece to the next without creating any sort of forward monentum. Also, the strangely abrupt editing causes the film to feel like a clip show, as if we're watching the key points of a much longer film with all the nonessential stuff clipped out. This is not a good thing for any movie, let alone in a creepy genre that lives or dies by elements that really aren't "important" to the plot. I admit that the ending packs a bit of a punch, but it's far too little, far too late. Forgetable.
Orlok W (es) wrote: Magnificent Maggie as Alec McCowen's Auntie Mame--Shaggy-dog story has moments of humor but not enough heart!!
Kiko E (kr) wrote: Quite simply the best rock documentary ever made. Telling the story of the tragic free concert at Altamont were the Rolling Stones performed. Mick Jagger is punched in the face as soon as he steps foot off the plane. Hells Angels biker gang were hired as security and stabbed a concert-goer to death after he brandished a gun. The unruly crowd is pictured in various states of intoxication. The Rolling Stones were at the peak of their powers. The music sounds as wonderful as it did then. Chronicling the end of the 60's peace and love era. Hypnotic.
Ciro R (us) wrote: So that's where AHS stole EVERYTHING from.
Aron R (gb) wrote: Didn't get it, but enjoyed it more than most of Godard's work.
Darren B (au) wrote: Yes obviously it's a dumb, rude, and crude movie but it was hilarious! If you liked Hangover, Old School and Road Trip then this pretty much right on par. It's a buddy comedy marriage saving fiasco. But I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Javier E (us) wrote: Interesante y concreta. 90 minutos de un rompecabezas que tiene a Jake Gyllenhaal viajando en periodos de 8 minutos a un tren que va a explotar. Es como la pelicula de Bill Murray ("Hechizo del Tiempo") pero en version seria. Esta bien estructurada, entretenida y hasta un tanto novedosa. Vale la pena. (texto intencionalmente sin acentos).
Sean D (fr) wrote: badass movie with an awesome soundtrack!
Zach M (fr) wrote: This was a bizarre horror comedy about a ghoulie of sorts that lives in a guys ass and when the guy gets stressed or angry it escapes and kills.It helped that it had a really good cast to mask the ridiculous story.