Serena Scott is a late-night host on London Talk Radio. Ratings are down, and she has only two weeks to turn things around or management will switch to elevator music. It's also her 27th birthday, and three friends invite for a girls night in where they play "Truth or Dare." All but one chooses "Truth," and by the end of the evening, each woman's story may give Serena an idea that will save her show, her job, and her private life.
- Stars:Judith Shekoni, Catalina Guirado, Natasja Vermeer, Luke Goss, Sebastian Street, Jason Connery, Amanda Rawnsley, Aruna Shields, Emily Clarke, Michelle MacErlean, Daniel Brown, Oliver Chopping, Sam Gordon, Joanna Dunn, Simon Holmes,
- Director:Jag Mundhra,
- Writer:Carl Austin (screenplay), Jag Mundhra (story)
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(es) wrote: The gore and murders get out of control as the relationship between two lost souls hits highs and lows. There's an allure about this movie though with emotionless killing that takes place followed by a resumption of normal life each time.
(ru) wrote: It is good that they also included Holly into the relationship with Greg which is something missing from the book. Other than that part there is nothing that can really catch my eye and make me remember. Even for the Greg and Holly part I feel like their relationship is not romantic enough. Overall this movie is not bad but not too interesting at the same time though. I feel like the fans of the book series love this more and love to re-watch this. However, for me, I tried re-watching and it feels a bit awkward because the sad moments and love scenes are too straight forward
(br) wrote: I am a gay male and I saw it with my sassy black girl friend. We both kept looking at each other and rolling our eyes through the entire movie. The script was boring as hell. We both found ourselves zoning during the scenes with his girlfriend. The only good dance sequences were Tatum's solos. I mean...all it takes is clever editing and you can make group numbers look good. They couldn't even manage that. And America jumped on the band wagon and branded Showgirls the worst film???? Please.This film was awful!
(jp) wrote: Janeane Garofalo looks cute blonde.
(br) wrote: good points and good acting, but desperately slow. i know that's so you can understand the pace at which these women are enduring their lives, and how eager they are to shake things up, but honestly, the film is hard to get through.
(ru) wrote: I love everything Whedon, and also enjoy Nathan Fillion and Morena Baccarin, but had never seen the Firefly series that led up to this. Great flick, even for a noob to this universe!
(ru) wrote: It was ok. The tone of the movie was good but the movie was very slow paced and the special effects were subpar.
(jp) wrote: After a spot of therapy Cruella De Vil (Glenn Close) is released from prison a changed woman. Devoted to dogs and good causes, she is delighted that Chloe (Alice Evans), her parole officer, has a dalmatian family and connections with a dog charity. But the sound of Big Ben can reverse the treatment so it is only a matter of time before Ms De Vil is back to her incredibly ghastly ways, using her new-found connections with Chloe and friends. What's the one thing that's even more unnecessary than an unneeded remake? An unneeded sequel to an unneeded remake. For my review of the first film, I managed to give the only bit of praise to the performances. Sadly, I cannot do the same for this film. Glenn Close goes from straying into over the top territory to constantly staying over the top throughout the entire film, which easily gets annoying. Grard Depardieu chews the scenery like a hungry orphan in a set made of gingerbread, whilst winning the award for 'Most ridiculous looking' as he's dressed like he's starring in a Z-grade porno. Ioan Gruffund gives a bland performance as Kevin, the obligatory love interest for Alice Evans' character, who fares no better as she's reduced to chasing after her dogs and shouting their names. Their relationship is handled unconvincingly, by the time the film directly rips-off Lady and The Tramp while intercutting scenes of the animated film, you'll be left wondering to yourself why you're not watching that film instead. Once again, the jokes fall flat on their face. The most prominent one that can be mentioned is how Waddlesworth, the annoying parrot voiced by Monthy Python member Eric Idle, thinks he's a dog. This 'joke' wears thin due to not being funny in the first place and being stretched out, testing your patience whenever it is mentioned, leaving you wanting Cruella to make a nice hat out of Waddlesworth instead. Like the first film, CGI are used on the dogs to allow them to do more than puppets and real-life dogs ever could. It's a shame that the CGI is more glaringly obvious this time around. It's mainly used on Oddball, who constantly annoys by getting into ridiculously implausible situations of trouble, making you want this to be the one dog Cruella makes into something to wear. While the 101 Dalmatians remake was merely a bad film, the sequel is utterly terrible. Packed with bad performances, weak jokes, plot holes and plot conveniences, this is a formulaic, kiddy film that will get on your nerves.
(ca) wrote: A little boring and slow.
(it) wrote: An excellent film about idealism and faith in action. Has the same atmosphere of frustration about the Spanish Civil War as Orwell's Homage to Catalonia.
(gb) wrote: A very good war movie
(ru) wrote: Clever, witty, and flat out hilarious.
(it) wrote: what a cool idea for cooler box :D