Ben Healy (John Ritter) and his social climbing wife Flo adopt Junior a fun-loving seven year old. But they soon discover he's a little monster as he turns a camping trip, a birthday party and even a baseball game into comic nightmares. But is he really just a little angel trying to get out? Find out in this hilarious satire on modern-day family life.
- Stars:John Ritter, Jack Warden, Michael Oliver, Gilbert Gottfried, Amy Yasbeck, Michael Richards, Peter Jurasik, Charlotte Akin, Anna Marie Allred, Adam Anderly, Robert A. Anderson, Cody Beard, Jordan Burton, Eli Cummins, John S. Davies,
- Director:Dennis Dugan,
- Writer:Scott Alexander, Larry Karaszewski
A young boy is just short of a monster. He is adopted by a loving man and his wacky wife. The laughs keep coming as the boy pushes them to the limits. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Problem Child torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Very Very Good:):-)!!!!!!!!!!!
(kr) wrote: A couple of the other Tinker Bell movies were surprisingly fun and engaging little stories with lots of great character ("Tinker Bell", "The Legend of the Neverbeast"). "The Lost Treasure", however, is more what one would expect from these fairy tales: Super light fluff and lazy humor with a complete lack of narrative heft. Not to mention, Tinker is a straight-up butthole for most of the movie. Still some cool world building, but nowhere near as good as the best of the series.
(ag) wrote: I'm reminded a bit of Se7en with a dash of Red Dragon thrown in, although Anamorph isn't on par with either of those.
(us) wrote: A sensual, sweeping, colourful,tragic tale. The colours will knock you senseless. Suggest sun glasses for the viewing! Magnificent spectacle.
(jp) wrote: When Bruce Campbell can't make a movie in any possible way entertaining, then you have a real stinker. What Zardoz is for Sean Connery, What Battlefield Earth is for Travolta, Alien Apocalypse is for Bruce Campbell, I managed to find all of his other movies entertaining and somewhat endearing but this just hurts. A must-deserved "F*CK THIS MOVIE"
(de) wrote: great. there was a show too on this. on sony.
(kr) wrote: For a late 80s action flick with a shoestring budget, Deadbeat At Dawn has some serious class. It is as every bit as gripping as any other major 80s action film, but it has that DIY flair about it. Many kudos to Jim Van Bebber for this one.
(br) wrote: A Great Film about the Life and Death of Richie Valens.
(jp) wrote: My heart was being stabbed by a pencil as I watched this movie. A depiction of the how young revolutionary minds are destroyed through dictatoral violence
(gb) wrote: Broderick's first film ... how lucky to work with both Jason Robards and Neil Simon. He deserved it though!
(kr) wrote: One of the funniest films I have ever seen! Delightful and who wouldn't be hooked on The Beatles on those times?!
(ag) wrote: This movie is great! If you haven't seen watch it.
(us) wrote: If you're really into the logging business, this movie's for you. Since I'm sure that's just about nobody, this movie's pretty dull. The only scenes worth watching are the tragic events near the end.
(br) wrote: A gulity pleasure of a chessy movie HA! A average movie at best
(fr) wrote: Before "Bonnie and Clyde," "Gun Crazy," and "Natural Born Killers," there was this movie about doomed lovers on the lam. Another in a long line of important Fritz Lang crime pictures.
(ag) wrote: 1958 Was 34 Years Old In 1992 And 1923 Was 69 Years Old In 1992.
(nl) wrote: Twenty years later, the son of Cornelius and Zira organizes the ape uprising on their human masters, who have taken apes into slave-like conditions after cats and dogs are wiped out as pets. Only recommended to dedicated series fans.
(ru) wrote: Well told biopic. Performances are strong and direction and scripting give the actors exactly what they need to work. It is a real shame this didn't get distribution because of the the distribution companies bankruptcy, as this film likely would have been a moderate success.
(nl) wrote: The Rundown is great, hilarious very entertaining. The Rock is at his best as always. It starts off wild in the club with him fighting all those huge ball players!!
(jp) wrote: I enjoyed this movie as a kid and I still do as a college student.