RICHARD'S WEDDING is an ensemble comedy that explores how the most enduring friendships require a mixture of envy, love and ridiculous egomania disguised as self-contempt. Alex and Tuna are on their way to Richard and Phoebe's wedding, to be reunited with a group of old friends. As they make their trek from Brooklyn to Central Park, they're joined by an ever-increasing number of friends with their own set of misgivings, self-righteousness, and violently annoying iPhone Apps.
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Anna C (gb) wrote: The title is a spoiler and it's quite obvious since the beginning where it goes.
Nathan C (br) wrote: It had great actors, But that's all i remember what is good.The movie itself is very Trash!Taking the Piss out of Jack in the Beanstalk and they choose to add more and more giants.Score: 3/10
Jon C (fr) wrote: a nice thiller the main reason to watch it is Anna Kendrick alone not only is she very beautiful but her acting really shines here there's some good suspense and the fact that there's hardly any musical score makes the atmosphere alone more real and dark when it came to the girl being kidnapped you could give a rat's ass what happened to her b/c of the way she was written it's really about Sarah gathering the clues together to solve the mystery of her disappearance she's more of the dependable one another constant thing I keep seeing in these movies is the editing: can someone take a moment and try to make better transitions instead of repeated dissolves and fade-to-black cuts? it's almost as if minimal parts of the story are left out all together bottom line; I enjoyed this movie for its suspense, atmosphere, its dark tone, the acting and the overall reality-feel
Don W (gb) wrote: Great Rom/Com. It's one of my go to movies when I need a lift.
Ninwe C (ag) wrote: Good small titled movie
Ralph R (mx) wrote: Snoop Doggy Dogg is about as fun as skeet shooting funions with straw and spitballs.
Silke B (es) wrote: In the 1980's free thinking Karl Koch (August Diehl) is an idealistic and interested young man. He is an active fighter against nuclear power, which his financially situated father does not like at all. The minute his father dies, Karl starts to change his life. With the money he inherits he buys his first computer. And becomes one of the world's first Hacker. He is good at what he is doing: not only the German National Bank, also the Pentagon and the Ministry of Defence are no problem for him. But he does not break into the databases for fun. Karl is convinced that the Illuminati rule the world, since he read the books by Robert Shea. The number 23 is the most important sign for him, that the Illuminati have their hands in something. And he soon finds the 23 everywhere around him. "America" becomes his own personal enemy. He is convinced that it is Adam Weishaupt, one of the founders of the Illuminati, on the Dollar-bill; not George Washington. And because America is so contaminated with the Illuminati, Karl does the obvious thing: he becomes a spy for the KGB, America's worst enemy. Drugs keep him awake while he works day and night against his enemies...and his own paranoia. And he does not notice that he is just used by the KGB."Nothing is true, everything is allowed."
Eric G (ag) wrote: VERY chick-flicky, but surprisingly pretty funny and interesting the whole way through. Definitely worth at least one watch.
EvaLena I (jp) wrote: Good movie about a autistic boy that witness his parents' murder. A psychiatrist is sign up to get him to tell his story about what happened. It`s a good thriller
Brian W (ru) wrote: What were they thinking
emily h (de) wrote: Not bad...made me want to try the amazing pizza
Samantha c (ru) wrote: 1 of many fav's of mine .. : )
kalicia c (mx) wrote: looks kinda intresting
Marielle M (au) wrote: Sleepless In Seattle: Phenomenal Example of a Romantic Comedy "What If someone you never met, someone you never saw, someone you never knew, was the only someone for you?" Sleepless in Seattle is the most surprising, climax-twisting, build-up classic romantic comedy of all time. The two main characters, Annie, played by Meg Ryan, and Sam, played by Tom Hanks, indulge in each other's love before even getting the chance to personally come in physical contact- until the very last reel of the movie. Sleepless In Seattle does everything that just any classic romantic comedy should do; Two main characters, who are separated by circumstances, endless humor, and consists of the popular theory of love by fate. However, it handles these issues that is unique amongst romantic comedies. Annie and Sam are the classic romantic comedy couple, only their relationship consists of a twist. Annie can't seem to find any compatibility with her fianc Walter, meanwhile Sam is just recovering from his wife's death. Despite all of the mishap associated with the both of their previous relationships, there are continuous types of signals leading one to think that they will end up together, with no doubt in mind. They really will radiate magical love. There is no coincidence that Annie's previous boyfriend, and Sam's recent girlfriend both have flaws that in a way, distance them from one another. Humor is an important attribute to just any romantic comedy. Although most romantic comedies consist of some catchy crack-up scenes, Sleepless In Seattle consists of humor that gives the audience great laughs, not just through some parts of the movie, but throughout the entire film. One particular scene, that tends to really make everyone laugh is the part during dinner, when Sam and his friends Greg and Suzy are there to hear about this new girl, Annie. Sam tells them that she intends to meet him on Valentine's Day, on the top of The Empire State Building. Without hesitating Suzy instantly is reminded of the movie called An Affair to Remember. She begins telling Sam that the man waited and waited for her to get there, but she got hit by a taxi and never made it up. By this point of telling the story, she is completely sobbing and Sam just stares at her blankly. Suzy continues on with the movie, but you can tell Sam has absolutely no interest in it. Shortly after this conversation ends, Sam turns to Greg this time and begins talking about how he wants a wife who can simply sit down and eat dinner peacefully without weeping about a movie. (Referring to Suzy). He then says, "Although I did cry at the end of The Dirty Dozen." He tells of the depressing parts in the movie and finds himself sobbing about it all. How ironic, indeed. This film carries on humor through almost every conversation. At one point in the movie, Sam's son, Jonah asks his father as serious as can be, "When you get a new wife, I guess you'll get to have sex with her, huh?" Sam says, "I certainly hope so." Then Jonah goes on to ask, "Will she scratch up your back?" and confusedly Sam asks what he means by that. Jonah says, "In the movies, women are always scratching up the men's back and screaming and stuff when they're have sex." Sam asks how in the world he knows that. Jonah concludes, "Jessica's got cable." The plot of this movie consists of the theory of love by fate when Annie and Sam finally end up together at the very end of the movie. However, Sam's son, Jonah, played by Ross Malinger, from the beginning to end wants anything and everything to do with Annie and makes his desire for her and his dad to work out very clear and apparent. His interest in her is stimulating. Jonah is practically the one who found Annie for Sam, and he's the one that set him up with her in the first place. From the perspective of a child, he's not at all in tuned with the worldly desires, unlike other characters in this movie and seems to know just exactly what his dad needs in a wifely figure. It's as if Jonah knew all along that his dad would marry her specifically. Sleepless In Seattle creates the most charming, humoring, and catchy love story. It is certain that it meets every fulfillment and criteria for being considered a "Romantic Comedy." From the beginning Annie and Sam both being separated from their previous lovers for the reasoning to fall in love with someone else, to endless amounts of humor that ensures the audience a laughing watch, and the theory of falling in love by fate through Jonah Baldwin's own eyes, nothing but a phenomenal job done by writer Nora Ephron.