Rent a Friend

Rent a Friend

In Rent a Friend the talented painter ARTHUR is suffering from an artist's block. Alfred does not bother about becoming rich and famous. He sticks to painting bright coloured Mexican hats. ...

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Giorgio P (ag) wrote: I didn't laugh. A review as simple and uninteresting as the movie.

Keith W (es) wrote: The 1.5 stars are purely given for the stunts and action scenes.. which are OK considering the limited budget they had... everything else is trash... the story is full of plot holes... the dialogues are embarrassingly stupid and all actors suffer from serious over-acting... even the normally impressive Nick Cheung is way below par here... if it's the director who told them to act this way, he should stick with just directing stunts rather than whole movies....

Walter M (ru) wrote: In 2008, Frank(Rutger Hauer) has a fatal heart attack after inspecting his vineyards. In 1953, Frank(Waldemar Torenstra) is a passenger on a flight of emigres to Christchurch, New Zealand that is also competing in an air race. Esther(Anna Drijver), one of the passengers and a fashion designer, asks Ada(Karina Smulders) to model a wedding dress, complimenting her on her figure. That might have something to do with her being pregnant, having already been married to Derk(Micha Hulshof) by proxy. Nerves and perhaps turbulence make Ada think about bolting at a refueling stop but Frank talks her back onto the plane, convincing her that life in New Zealand could not be any worse than Karachi. By comparison, Marjorie(Elise Schaap) is happy with her new prospects with Hans(Mattijn Hartemink) waiting for her on the ground. "Bride Flight" has some good performances, makes excellent use of the beautiful New Zealand scenery and has one classic scene where Ada is forced to ride in the back of a truck for several hours while her friends take another road in life. But it really only manages to scratch the surface in providing a routine treatment of a potentially fascinating piece of history. Instead, of exploring the emigres adjusting to their new country(a couple of whom are escaping tragic pasts), it only really comes around to exploring identity(notice that many of the people at Frank's funeral are Maori which shows how well he may have been accepted) after a ten year jump in a question of paternity that is admittedly nowhere near as all-consuming as the average episode of "Brothers & Sisters."

Charles G (jp) wrote: I thought it was acted. Expect the unexpected .

Scott F (au) wrote: A raw and riveting performance.

Jim M (jp) wrote: In ancient times (around that same mythic time as Conan the Barbarian I'd say) a young boy witnesses the destruction of his village at the hands of the Druids, Servants to the Dark Goddess Morana, led by the Man-Eater and Zhordoba, a man who has forsaken his pyhsical body to increase his power, living inside a fearsome suit of armor. The boy is sold into slavery, escapes and becomes the warrior known as Wolfhound, last of the Grey Dogs. Wolfhound inflitrates the Man-Eaters fortress and slays the Man-Eater upsetting the balance of power between the Druids and hastening Morana's return. Wolfhound, along with a slave girl, a blind seer and a half crippled Foxbat named Ragged Wing set out to defy destiny and encounter a Princess of a cursed city. Wolfhound becomes her guardian and sets out on an epic quest... Hmmm, can't say this is original, it feels a lot like a Russian remake of Conan the Barbarian (apparently its based on a series of novels). Still it keeps its story simple and straight forward without dissolving into a fetch quest, the sets and scenary have a rustic feel to them, the bad guys look nasty, the fight scenes are compelling and appropriatly R rated (fair bit of the red stuff splashed about), CGI isn't overdone and is integrated almost flawlessly. That said the movie feels a little too long (couple needless flashbacks and seems to like watching men fall from high places) and there's a few too many charcters on screen, none of them beyond Wolfhound and the Princess gets developed. If you like action or fantasy flicks (or just Conan, LOTOR) Wolfhound should prove a pleasent diversion though it won't win any converts to the genra.

Sandra D (gb) wrote: I loved this. Office Space captured the tedious nature of office toiling, this movie - I thought - captured the unambitious lifestyle of a guy "just hangin in there." Perhaps the only movie ever to be made that simply showcased a few days in the life of a well-intended procrastinator. They should make a sequel to this... This guy goes to grad school.

Manuel S (au) wrote: Great special effects.

Charles P (nl) wrote: Glitter is a joyless collection of clichs and terrible performances.

Jay A (ca) wrote: I thought it was somewhat funny would see again

Harry D (us) wrote: The title gives it away.

Bill B (br) wrote: Terrible, terrible film, I'm only rating it high due to the MST3K experience of watching it, which makes it immensely entertaining.I can't imagine sitting through it otherwise, but it's hilarious with robots.Give the MST3K version a rental.

Shawn W (us) wrote: Not quite Lawrence of Arabia. Ilsa resurfaces in the Middle East brutally keeping an Arabian Sheik's harem obedient while US Diplomats try to secure the Sheik's oil. Liked the sheep's eye dinner delicacy. Easier to take than She Wolf of the SS.

Curtis H (jp) wrote: It won't win originality points, because it is the same film as its predecessor with a few new perils tacked on. Instead, this disaster/suspense film about yet another airplane in great danger is more full of cliches than it is of excitement. Its best quality lies in the aftermath of satires which it sparked (from "Airplane" to "Snakes on a Plane").

Jeremiah L (kr) wrote: Another entertaining Miss Marple film.

Luc L (ru) wrote: An excellent film noir by Fritz Lang. An intriguing suspense about two characters hiding their tracks from a murder and confronting a blackmailer. Genuinely entertaining.

Patricia (au) wrote: Red Skelton is attacked by a great dane that rips his clothes to shreds, when he tries to see his fiance that left him. He is trapped in her closet and has to put some new clothes on. Steve has to borrow his fiances (Caroline) clothes.

Jim S (mx) wrote: This movie is so bad it made my ears bleed. Only make it through about 1/3 of it before pushing eject. Looked and sounded like a high school project that got a failing score. Tim Allen must really need money to be in this clunker.

Muffin M (nl) wrote: Stationed in the Philippines, 18-year-old U.S. Army private Joe Armstrong (Michael Dudikoff) is escorting a supply convoy when it is ambushed by rebels - one of whom he recognizes as a Black Ninja warrior. Instinctively Joe defends himself using the esoteric martial art of Ninjitsu - an ability that puts him under suspicion by his commander and fellow soldiers. Alone in his fight against corruption, the boy finally discovers the secret of his mysterious past - a secret that pits him against the evil Black Start Ninja in the ultimate martial arts battle.also stars Steve James, Judie Aronson, Guich Koock, John Fujioka, Don Stewart, John LaMotta, Tadashi Yamashita and Phil Brock.directed by Sam Firstenberg.

Skyler B (fr) wrote: Its as boring on film as it was on stage.