Recess: School's Out is a 2001 animated film based on the Disney television series Recess. This film was produced by Walt Disney Pictures and was released theatrically nationwide on February 16, 2001.It's the most exciting time of year at Third Street Elementary-- the end of the School Year! But boredom quickly sets in for protagonist TJ Detweiler, as his friends are headed for Summer Camp. One day, while passing by the school on his bike, he notices a green glow coming from the school's auditorium. This is the work of the insidious ex-principal of Third Street, Phillium Benedict and his gang of ninjas and secret service look-alikes! Benedict is planning to get rid of Summer Vacation using his newly-acquired Tractor Beam, which he stole from the US Military Base in an effort to raise US Test Scores, and it's up to the Recess Gang to stop him! In the end.
(fr) wrote: Noobz was exactly what I was hoping it would be. A mind numbing fun time. I have no idea if the movie is accurate when it comes to the gaming world because I am not a gamer nor do I know one. But the things I did love about the movie was how much it made me laugh. Blake Freeman and Matt Shively were the funniest of the group. The one liners really had me rolling. I know most aren't huge fans of vulgar comedy and especially gal's, but I do. I guess it's from having so many guy friends. So if you just want to have a good laugh minus all the seriousness and a movie that has no real point, then this is a film for you. I would watch it again.
Wandalys D (jp) wrote: Great movie! Has a great message! Loved it!
Anand K (ca) wrote: kind of annoying to watch...
Christopher R (it) wrote: I thought it was funny and very cute
Trenton R (fr) wrote: Come on guys it's not that bad
Private U (it) wrote: I & II - all time favorite.
Fernando C (ag) wrote: beautiful movie! a love letter to the golden age of the Rock and roll, it is so well directed and so well written that makes you want to live in that age and create a band with your friends! it is also super funny, I laughed a lot of times, but also has some powerful and touching moments. all the cast is amazing (especially Hudson and Hammond).definitely is a must see in every way
Grant S (ru) wrote: Great, star-studded adaptation of the classic Agatha Christie novel.It is 1934 and master-detective Hercule Poirot is travelling from Istanbul to France on the Orient Express. On the first night the man in the next compartment is murdered. Once he starts investigating, Poirot faces a barrage of conflicting clues and potential motives.A great whodunnit, one of the best. The murderer is not at all obvious. As you go deeper and deeper into the movie, the plot gets thicker and thicker, but without any clear guilty party emerging. Great, unforeseen twist at the end. Fantastic story-writing by Agatha Christie, well translated to screen by director Sydney Lumet and his cast and crew.On the subject of cast, it is quite amazing - certainly one of the most star-studded every assembled for a movie. Just about every name is an icon of the silver screen - Albert Finney (as Poirot), Lauren Bacall, Ingrid Bergman, Sean Connery, John Gielgud, Michael York, Jacqueline Bisset, Martin Balsam, Anthony Perkins, Richard Widmark.None of them put a foot wrong,Ingrid Bergman got a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her performance, but I'm not sure why. While she puts in a solid performance, she hardly stood out from the rest.Albert Finney got a Best Actor Oscar nomination for his performance, though I think his makeup artist deserved it more - he was unrecognisable while playing Poirot.
Alex B (gb) wrote: Having enjoyed the other Ophuls I've seen recently, I found this very disappointing. While I enjoyed and appreciated the filmmaking on display, the narrative left me cold and unengaged.
Drew C (br) wrote: I'll have to re-watch it to get a better opinion of it.