A Bet's A Bet tells the story of Vince, New England's most successful divorce attorney. To Vince, life is one big competition, and losing is unacceptable. This also applies in his dating ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Bet's A Bet tells the story of Vince, New England's most successful divorce attorney. To Vince, life is one big competition, and losing is unacceptable. This also applies in his dating ...
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Daniela L (gb) wrote: Harry Potter makes his own magic with his performance. It exceeded my expectations by far.
Chris S (ag) wrote: Most people don't know that three skyscrapers were destroyed on 9/11. The third building was World Trade Center 7. It was 610 feet high and filled a city block, about the size of a football field. The entire building came down as a single unit. It fell at free fall acceleration for about 100 feet and nearly free fall the rest of the way. Every American needs to look at the videos of WTC 7 and decide for themselves.
Alex M (gb) wrote: We all know how John Wilkes Booth killed Abraham Lincoln, but what's often not known is how he and several cohorts wanted to kill pretty much everyone close to Lincoln as well. This film tells the story of Mary Surratt, the woman who ran the boarding house John Wilkes Booth was staying in when he killed Lincoln, and the question of whether or not she should be charged as a conspirator because she owned this boarding house provides for some great courtroom drama. Plus, you can't go wrong with this cast: James McAvoy, Robin Wright, Tom Wilkinson, Kevin Kline, Colm Meaney, Evan Rachel Wood, etc. History buffs will definitely love this. 9/10.
Lady D (jp) wrote: Recommended by Dracken
Scott R (br) wrote: My personal feeling about documentaries is that they should (1) tell the truth, (2) tell you something interesting, and (3) tell you something useful. Supersize Me largely failed on each of these counts, and so is worse than even the most biased and hyperbolic of political films. Morgan Spurlock's interest is the rising prevalence of fast food in America. Throughout the film he digresses into America's obesity epidemic, and McDonald's lore (Including, to his credit, the guy whose eaten big macs every meal of his adult life and is in perfect health.) These are nicely done, though MSNBC and others have done excellent specials on each. However, the center ring of this circus is his experiment. He's going to get a McD's combo meal, every meal of every day, for a month. He's going to supersize whenever they ask (they get fired if they don't), and he's going to eat the whole meal, even if he's full, even if he wants to puke he's so stuffed (which happened more than once). His only exercise will be the walk there and back (in NYC), and he has to order everything at least once (so sometimes deserts on top of the meal, and five salads over the course.) Shockingly, the bloating makes him lethargic, and eating way more than a normal person should in sheer volume, virtually no vitamin-bearing produce, and 10x the sugar/salt/animal fat one should, causes his weight, blood-sugar, and cholesterol to spike and his overall body chemistry to deteriorate. We don't know what would have happened had he taken a multivitamin or stopped eating when he was full. The whole ordeal defied all common sense, the human body's own limitations and McDonald's own public warnings. Because of this, Supersize Me is neither useful nor interesting, and when you're dealing with educational entertainment, that makes a whopper of a difference.
Tim W (it) wrote: Unnecessary sequel. No holiday magic, just forgettable, predictable, and lacking.
Rahul J (nl) wrote: Terrible run of the mill crap!
Rachel A (kr) wrote: The music was excellent and the animation was beautiful! I need to see it more!
David W (fr) wrote: Classic Film Noire that is underrated with strong performances from Denzel Washington and Don Cheadle
Dave H (jp) wrote: Naff. Entirely rests on the considerable charm/personas of the two leads, who have a few moments. Decent prod standards/period setting. But atrociously messy plotting, mostly dull dialogue, and a depressing missed opportunity for the team up of the late '70s two biggest stars.
Mike L (mx) wrote: Stewart is excellent in this movie which is a bit contrived. The aerial sequences are some of the best ever recorded in my opinion. If you are interested in seeing the B-36 and B-47 inside and out this is a great film to check out if you can find it. It is very difficult to track down.
Greg G (es) wrote: Many times better than the first and entertaining + funny all movie