The owner of a booming rental car business scrambles to replace the $10,000 left in the trunk of one of his cars in this comedy starring Frank White and Shawn Harris. If you've got some cash and you need a car, D-Stacks (White) can hook you up with one of the hottest rides around. His crew may be a little crazy, but they won't be happy until the customer leaves satisfied. Their latest customer is Boogie White, a local hot-shot who just mistakenly left $10,000 in the trunk of his rented car. When the money goes missing, it falls on D-Stacks to make sure it's replaced. Now, if D-Stacks can just convince one of his talented employees to turn out a hit single and stage a local show, maybe they can raise enough money to pay Boogie back. But they've only got 72 hours to make it happen, and should they fail D-Stacks stands to lose more than just his reputation as a reliable businessman. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Jolle L (jp) wrote: Even I can't find a good part to this movie... Special effects are horrible! The robot/puppet gorilla is just the tip of the iceberg. The plot is exactly what you'd expect but the scenario sucks. Did a monkey come out of a guy's chest? And how many bullets did they use to shoot the giraffes? And it somehow got worst!!!
Sgt C (ru) wrote: (14%)An empty (in more days than one) direct-to-video festive offering from the bowels of Hollywood that features both Danny DeVito and Matthew Broderick paying off their own personal Christmas bills as they goof around for our "enjoyment". This borders one of those god-awful daytime made for TV Christmas movies, but only here there's a touch more cash in the coffers, and a degree more talent involved, so it runs a little smother making this possible to watch without giving up on it after thirty or so seconds. The script is a bit of a mess, with a simple concept of neighbours trying to out do each other through excessive outdoor lights being awkwardly told through characters that are unlikeable, one dimensional, and annoying. Even if this isn't 100% dire, it's still a below acceptable effort.
Dan L (es) wrote: absolutely hilarious
Marilee A (mx) wrote: Jerry Lewis as Cinderfella, a Spoof on Cinderella with lots of Jerry Lewis physical comedy that's a bit tooooo much & corny.You will laugh & be annoyed at he same time.
Aj V (gb) wrote: Nicholson gives a good early performance, which is the only reason to watch this movie, really. The film is horribly re-edited on DVD today, which makes it worse. I wouldn't recommend this movie.
Randy T (us) wrote: Stark, raw and a little artsy. Fantastic performances all-around.
Mason B (ca) wrote: this was a great fantasy movie!! i have the VHS tape of it, but i really hope they release it on DVD someday!!
Trey W (fr) wrote: A classic. I love it.
Declan M (br) wrote: The hunger games gives us a fairly strong opening with a gritty aesthetic and compelling acting. It does however suffer from poor CGI at moments such as the costume fire and the 'mutts'.