The rise, fall, and rebirth of Christian Hosoi, the young man who helped skateboarding re-emerge as a major cultural influence in the 1980s. The inventive skater and businessman was ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Rising Son: The Legend of Skateboarder Christian Hosoi
The rise, fall, and rebirth of Christian Hosoi, the young man who helped skateboarding re-emerge as a major cultural influence in the 1980s.
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The N (us) wrote: pie grande es una mujer usando ropa interior?
Adam H (us) wrote: Strange movie, but with a bit of suspence.
Raveena J (mx) wrote: Corny and immature film with a few jokes thrown in.
Alfredo S (us) wrote: The reason this exists is beyond me
Volodymyr L (gb) wrote: Masterpiece! Akin to many most accomplished works of cinematography, this film simultaneously deals with an entire scope of subjects and digs into/philosophises/moralises on none of them. As though it glides on the surface of the rich and complex fabric that life itself is. Still it offers more insights into the universe of the family's Gordian knot of loves and hates than any other film produced in last several decades. An autopsy of souls.
Mark M (ca) wrote: And there's always that constant stench of cigarettes and booze.....
Andrew L (us) wrote: I may have saw the 82 minutes edited version but this was a pretty cool film. Great early performance from Jennifer Connelly and Donald Pleasence is spot on as usual. There was a line or two of dialogue that made me shake my head in disappointment but nothing really effected the overall impact of the film.
Paul D (jp) wrote: While slightly better than their previous installment, a lot of the comedy still falls flat. However, there are still a few moments that generate some chuckles. What these films truly lack are reasons to exist.
Eric H (it) wrote: Delightfully bizzarre and diverse. The soundtrack is amazing and Malcolm McDowell never disappoints. A bit long at points but it never loses your interest. And as random as the end is, I couldn't help but smile.
D S (us) wrote: [font=Book Antiqua]One of the worst movies of all time, if not THE worst. Somebody needs to punch Jerry Lewis in the face for this atrocious movie. He didn't come off as a lovable goof as you might expect. Instead he's crude, cruel, obnoxious, and strangely he's seemingly homosexual. He's outright rude to those who mean him well, and literally not the tiniest, faintest chuckle is manifested by viewers. I found myself angered when the intention was to illicit laughter. This movie wasn't the least bit funny. Please list this movie among worsts of all-time. Funny to think that Tim Meadow's more modern day version can be called a classic in comparison.[/font][font=Tahoma]Edit: Originally posted[/font] [font=Tahoma][b]Wednesday, October 17, 2007[/b] under Lucky7s22G[/font]
Keiko A (ca) wrote: Crap is truly the only thing that will sum this review up. There is nothing good about this movie NOTHING. So a new planet called Nova is moving into the solar system and our governments decide to take a look. On this planet there is nothing but some dinosaurs and Most of all KING DINOSAUR. Everything about the movie is bad Acting, Story, Special effects, Music, Settings, ETC. The only good part is some entertaining lizard fights but that's it. Most of the dinosaur footage is just stock from another film. Don't see this movie only do if you are a die hard fan of all this stuff. Keiko's score 9-100
David W (us) wrote: Very boring,but worth because Alfred Hitchcock
Jeff N (es) wrote: It is that time of year when I go see all the Oscar-nominated films I haven't yet seen. Selma was one of those I wanted to see, but was turned off by the talk of the historical inaccuracies when it came to LBJ's portrayal. Combined with the ridiculous Al Sharpton protests because of the lack of Director and Actor nods for anyone in Selma, I wasn't entirely excited about seeing the film. However, I'm a relatively objective person though, so I'm happy to say that, while I haven't seen all of the movies yet for which actors have been nominated, I have to admit that I am stunned about the lack of a nod for David Oyelowo. His performance is outstanding. I'm all for Michael Keaton winning an Oscar, but admittedly, David's performance is right up there. His portrayal as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. has to be a Top 5 performance. If it truly isn't, then the ones who were nominated must be insanely good. While I cannot speak for the historical accuracy of LBJ's portrayal, I thought the movie treated the history I DO know, very fairly. Selma has some odd moments, such as the sudden introduction, then little-discussed disappearance, of Malcolm X, but there wasn't an over-dramatic over-portrayal of either side. I am from the deep South and saw the ridiculous behavior of white America not too far after that matched pretty well with the whites displayed in Selma. Even after 50 years, the message of Selma remains so strong, not for just black America, but for every race, culture, sexual preference, etc. It seems so ridiculous that we still struggle as a nation to admit that we have pockets of inequality. Women in the work force, continued racism and the absurd stance that some still have about gay marriage. Movies like this should be required watching.