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Panta O (br) wrote: This direct-to-video comedy is an adaptation of Hal Roach's Our Gang, a series of short films of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s (The Little Rascals was the name used on TV) which centred around the adventures of a group of neighbourhood children. The screenplay for this version was written by William Robertson and Alex Zamm , and Zamm directed it as well. The setting of this movie is updated compared to the 1994's theatrical release The Little Rascals. The story starts on the last day of school before summer vacation, and friends Spanky, Alfalfa, Mary Ann, and Stymie try to leave school early with the help from Buckwheat and Porky. Miss Crabtree agrees to let the four kids go, forcing them out of her surprise ice cream cake party for the class. Disappointed rascals head over to their tree house located next to Grandma's bakery to begin rehearsing for an upcoming talent show. The Rascals have their a kind of a band, which Spanky decides to call The International Silver String Submarine Band. The band plans on playing Sonny & Cher's "I Got You Babe" for the talent show but they sound terrible. Alfalfa suggests making the performance better by getting Darla- the girl he likes - to sing the song with him... of course, that is when the real trouble begins! I won't be mentioning the young actors, and I think with that I am doing them a favour! The acting was bad - even Doris Roberts as Grandma and Greg Germann as Ray "Big Ray" Kaye were miserable! It is designed for younger audience, but I am sad to see that somehow that younger audience is treated as almost idiotic... I will suggest to stay away!
Rob R (it) wrote: Educational without feeling like it.
Aaron B (de) wrote: It's a decent comedy, that's kind of a comedy, kind of not, but it has a few good laughs.
Andrew D (kr) wrote: Gay title, gay story.
Heather M (jp) wrote: it was a sweet movie
ethan t (nl) wrote: Horrible,doesn't have the appeal of the first 2.
Luciano G (gb) wrote: A very delicate and deep movie.....the story itself is dramatic but the way is told is colorful and light.....it touches your heart, making it pleased and sad at the same time......you can't lose it !
Krissy S (au) wrote: Watched this on a tv screen...probably would have been way better at IMAX. I enjoyed seeing all the different areas of India, it was beautifully captured. The storyline was a bit drab and weird but oh well.
Ed M (it) wrote: Perry is funny but some of it is obviously forced. Hurley is gorgeous. Pretty bad movie. Amy Adams is also very hot in this (in one of her first roles)
stefano l (ru) wrote: A different movie on war, as someone has just said before, focused on the women's war, not the men's one. I think Cate Blanchett was gorgeous in her role. Really, I loved her character. This is not strictly inherent to the movie, but I think Cate Blanchett is not a girl that you look at as one of the most beautiful in the hollywood system, but has something in her glance that makes her amazing, and in this film this something surely appears.
Carl B (us) wrote: a not very good B movie
David S (ca) wrote: Some surprising twists in the early acts but they begin to become predictable as the film continues. The performances are enjoyable and the direction is slick but the script is pure hokum, filled with exploitative sleaze that add nothing to the film.
elle (mx) wrote: Loved it! Very well done.
Abhisek D (ca) wrote: A uniquely directed biopic of the unsuccessful film director, Ed Wood. This film has a sense of charm to it that drives it forward, perhaps due to an endearing performance by its lead star, Johnny Depp. It is interesting to watch the characters develop and unfold onscreen, as it kept me genuinely engrossed in the interesting story of Ed Wood. This is a film that film geeks will love but casual moviegoers may be lost. I loved it from beginning to end and Burton's direction was fantastic.
Jos B (gb) wrote: Love it still - oldie but goody that lives with you - ages like a very good wine
Ian C (it) wrote: This is genius. A medical school drop out is now an electrician and invents a robotic lawnmower for his in-laws but during the first cut, it kills is girlfriend. He goes off the radar and sets out to bring her back to life by using some of her body parts that he managed to salvage and the remains of some dead hookers. So many laughs and gross out moments. James Lorinz is the fucking balls in this. I first saw him in 'Street trash' don't know how he never went on to bigger and better things, especially on the strength of Frankenhooker.
Jeff Z (mx) wrote: One of those John Wayne westerns between "Stagecoach" and "Red River" when the Duke was a star but not yet an icon. It's fairly entertaining if you like westerns and is better than most of the bloated films he did in the 1970's. I think this is the last time he worked with Gabby Hayes and that's good. Hayes chews the scenery as a sidekick and Wayne didn't need a wacky comic foil at this point in his career.
Orlok W (jp) wrote: Values Like These Seldom Seen On Film Anymore... It all adds up to a great film--Heartfelt cinema from Hawks!!
Chris R (mx) wrote: Oh look! Another movie about a group of friends who drifted apart coming together again, airing out their grievances, and making some sort of amends. That is something that has never been done before, right? And look at that poster. Is that not the most generic movie poster ever? Despite the lack of originality in the initial impression Jesse Zwick's About Alex is well-written with strong performances.The even that brings this group of college buddies back together for the weekend is the attempted suicide of Alex (Jason Ritter). And though the movie is called About Alex, it is not just about him. The title is a big lie! It's also about the other five friends (and the one outsider character who just drifts in and out of the story randomly).All the characters felt like real people, though they hit on many clichs - struggling writer, technology hating intellectual, etc. Every character is messed up in their own way. Because of the play-like nature of the film, it is very reliant on the dialogue and acting. Both are great for the most part. The writing does falter at times, becoming too exposition-heavy. Also, some scenes seem out of place and unnecessary. Overall, the drama and tension builds well and culminates in a powerful scene.Jesse Zwick created a film with intriguing characters, entertaining dialogue, all surrounding the dark topic of suicide. Though it is full of clichs it is a high quality entry in the indy comedy-drama genre that is full of a bunch of crap.
M C (ca) wrote: Malick goes for poetry but forgets that a movie needs a plot. Thank God Olga is stunning in every angle because watching Ben mope around for two hours is quite heavy.