Pete Thompson thinks he has it all. However, following the death of his father his close friend and accountant reveals the company he has been left is bust and the only way out is to do ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pete Thompson thinks he has it all. However, following the death of his father his close friend and accountant reveals the company he has been left is bust and the only way out is to do ...
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Chris D (au) wrote: In case no one warns you, it's a "found footage" movie, similar in style to "Cloverfield" and "Blair Witch."
Trent G (kr) wrote: A cute little movie that kids will love, if they are under 7. Decent animation, and a neat premise for those who love space exploration. Otherwise, most adults will find it boring.
John T (es) wrote: This movie is stupid funny. Still, it just wasn't that good. Evil principal tries to condemn an elementary school because he's embezzling money. Jason Biggs tries to stop him.
Cha t (kr) wrote: This is a great story about I guy who made a life in the middle of nowhere with just tools and his wits.
Adam R (gb) wrote: Stay clear of this stink bomb. I had checked my brain at the door knowing full well that it was going to be a stoner comedy, but I wasn't expecting something so foul. It's a poorly made movie that fails to ever really be funny. (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)
Grant L (nl) wrote: I watched this with my Dad when I was little and I think it was the first western I ever sat through. Basil Pouledouris does an awesome job with the music and Selleck and Rickman play off each other great. Laura San Giacomo does her best film work here as well.
Josh G (ru) wrote: Best of The Police Academy Movies. Full Bossanova! 5-Stars
Howard S (es) wrote: have no fear the man of bronze is here cannot help but love tis film
Nik B (ru) wrote: Not his worst, but still not good. Thankfully, the last movie of the piece of shit director Norman Taurog who put E in all of these rediculous places. Overall, it feels like a Monkee's episode. Elvis works two jobs as a photographer while keeping one job secret from the other. All the while, he tries to deal with a manipulative hippie girl who never gets too close to anyone but keeps a lot of irons in the fire. Stupid enough, right? As far as the girl goes, Michele Carey is clearly my favorite of Elvis' side ladies since Ann-Margret. But then again, I likes the crazy.
Christopher S (fr) wrote: Director Seijun Suzuki(TM)s dreamlike imagery and almost surreal atmosphere elevates what otherwise could easily have been an overheated B-movie melodrama. The plot is awkward and far-fetched at times, but the filmmaking is so stylized, it sometimes ends up having a fable-like quality to it. A fascinating piece of work.
Alan K (de) wrote: Insipid cinematic trash that astoundingly betrays the original and it's sequels.
Michael M (it) wrote: For some reason I seem to recall more naked Christina Ricci when I first watched this movie but it's still an extremely underrated gem. Worth checking out if you've never seen it.
Sean E (it) wrote: Tight, well written, and smart.
Janice P (ru) wrote: For anyone who enjoys a witty and romantic drama . . . . I am disappointed in "the critics" most of the time who dictate what they think people should see. My professional librarian sister and I loved it. We would have loved to see it in a theater, but as it was a "limited release" -- thank you Amazon!!