Knut (11) and Roger (13) are two friends who have just finished building skateboard ramp. The big question now is - who will put perform first? None of them are particularly tough. So pop the annoying little brother Knut up, Jens. The big guys decide that Jens can hang with them if he takes the first drop...

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Nathan R (ag) wrote: love. love. love....wolf pack form a wolf submarine! this is such a cute movie...well done with enough adult inuendo to keep you watching.

Craig B (jp) wrote: I love Dawkins and Krauss, but this film, documenting their tour to spread the word about atheism, is little more than a pep rally for the already converted. I'd much rather the flick had covered one of their famous religious beat-downs instead of settling for non-sequitur quotes and happy-feely travel montages.

Paul D (fr) wrote: Enjoyable farce around a lost car, but the in-your-face style gives it a low-brow feel.

Chris A (nl) wrote: This movie is so smart its scary. It is a power commentary on how the media irresponsibly speculates on stories and creates a narrative that does not reflect the reality. The scary thing is how realistically it reflects reality.

Tusn F (de) wrote: Pretty intense, very adventurous.

Alex F (it) wrote: Indispensable in one's life education. A must see.

Dewi K (es) wrote: sooo touching, it makes me cry three times_T)

Madeline M (es) wrote: A very good romantic comedy; Pyaar Ke Side Effects doesn't skimp on either of those genres, which is a relief. It reminded me of a few other movies, but especially High Fidelity. That's a good thing, this time - 500 Days of Summer also reminded me of High Fidelity, but NOT in a good way. However, I enjoyed and liked Pyaar Ke Side Effects very much.

Alan J (br) wrote: I've been trying to decide if I was gonna tell you that this was just a faze or to tell you the truth

darryl c (us) wrote: this is one of the few films i've ever walked out on. i thought it was going to be a documentary about bob mizer and i thought it would finally give voice to the men and boys he photographed. 10 dollars later, i realized i was WRONG!

Evan G (br) wrote: The slipping in the bathroom scene never gets old!

gary t (ru) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch............its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie...i think that sammi davis, amanda donohoe, glenda jackson, paul mcgann play good roles/parts throughout this movie....i think that the director of this drama/adaption/romance movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie....i think that this is a good romance movie 2 watch its got a good cast throughout this movie...this is a good romance/drama movie 2 watch

Joe E (kr) wrote: Great Western Movie.A real classic

Dan M (fr) wrote: 5 out of 5 stars! This was a great and beautiful movie! What a wonderful and ambitious film, to film it over the course of 12 years with the same cast and watch the boy and his sister and friends grow up and the adults grow older. I love movies that take place across long stretches of time and this film does that, but takes it up a notch by having it with the same actors and not having to recast the kids or add makeup to make people look older. It's a really beautiful experience to watch this kid and his family grow before your eyes. You really feel like you are with him on life's journey. I also related with Mason a lot since his life had a lot of similarities as mine, but we both made different decisions which led the different outcomes. I highly recommend this film!

Caleb M (gb) wrote: Melodramatic and amateurish, Foxes is only of interest for Cherrie Currie and Jodie Foster fans. Their talent doesn't match; Currie is inexperienced, rough around the edges and nearly wears her character's believability out until a sudden ending; Foster is more somber and tries to bring weight to her role and the film. Unfortunately she can't save a script mired in maudlin cliche and rambling faux-poetry. This would have been a great premise for a fun little tough-girls film in the vein of Switchblade SIsters. As it is, it feels more like a weepy chick flick with some rough mildly interesting rough edges.

Christopher C (gb) wrote: This is a very different Bond. This whole movie is about revenge. A very good story that gives you the full story upfront. The action is pretty good. Overall a good Bond movie.

Kim H (de) wrote: So many disturbing situations in this film. Whenever you mix kids into a movie, it can either get creepy (Children of the Corn), or you feel really bad for the manipulated children, which was the case for this film.Sarah Bolger does an excellent job going from nice girl next door to psycho babysitter. And all the kids do a great job too, especially Thomas Bair, who plays the littlest brother, Christopher. I wouldn't classify this one as horror, but more as a psychological thriller. Although it didn't have a lot of tension, I still was transfixed, waiting to see what fresh hell Emelie would do to the children next. I really enjoyed it, and would have given it five stars, but there were some holes in the plot that were pretty big (especially towards the end), and a couple of things that weren't really explained.There are scenes that involve sexual situations with the children, that may really be a trigger for some folks. If this is you, you may want to skip this one. But otherwise, I say give this one a watch.