This comedy follows Sam, as her life is turned upside down on a big night out. When reunited with her old college friends, Sam is forced to re-evaluate her life and constructs an elaborate façade in order to convince herself and her friends that she has it all. But once her dysfunctional yet devoted trio of best mates intervene, her carefully crafted charade begins to crumble amidst the shots, cigarettes, ciders and toilet transgressions. Faced with some very harsh realities, Sam must struggle to remain true to herself and reassess exactly what she wants from life.
Writer:Rachel Hirons (screenplay), Natasha Sparkes (story), Stef O'Driscoll (story), Emily Wallis (story), Stephanie Jay (story), Amirah Garba (story), Amy R
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Jeff H (nl) wrote: Ping Pong Summer is a new movie made to look like a movie from the 80s, like American Wet Hot Summer. Being my age I have a nostalgia for 80s movies. While not a good movie by any means but if you have a found ness for 80s chest this movie fits.
Derek R (ru) wrote: Fascinating look at a Jewish colony in a campground setting. At times I was moved to tears as many survivors detailed there horrors in Nazi war camps. I felt like I was a fly on the wall to private conversations, some unabashdly tearful and other times joyous.
Tina G (ag) wrote: It was a good movie. But was Chris McCandless' hatred for his father's arrogance so unbearable that he had to hurt his mother and sister THAT cruelly? Because THAT really was cruel; and yet he is a very appealing character. Badgering an old man to climb to the top of a mountain is the sort of silly thoughtlessness of an adolescent. But I think he showed his manliness when he turned down sex with a beautiful, besotted young girl not just because of her age, but because he was too responsible to risk leaving behind a fatherless child. By the time he realized he wanted a family, love, a mate, children, he was trapped by the raging river and his own starvation and weakness.
Madeline Grace B (de) wrote: I love Elina and Bibble..
Kathleen O (jp) wrote: This movie was so disturbing and upsetting and VERY depressing. It also really casts little people (dwarfs, midgets...) in a very bad light. They all played very screwed up people, which is definitely not the case. I was seriously disappointed.
Jeremy O (es) wrote: Henry Selick unfortunately drops the ball in Monkeybone, a fun visual-feast that is limp in both story and laughs.
Stephen D (nl) wrote: I loved this movie, it's what fun Z-Grade scifi is supposed to be. It's scary, decently acted, and most importantly entertaining from start to finish.
Bradley K (it) wrote: Highly stylized and huge WTF factor. I loved it but not for some.
Jason M (es) wrote: Best performance by Peter Fonda since Easy Rider, but the feel of the movie feels more like a made-for-tv movie on Lifetime network