Robin McAllister (Devon Sawa) and his family win the lottery and they end up moving from Kansas City to Seattle where Robin attends Locksley Academy, a wealthy private school. While there Robin comes up with a plan to help one of his friends who was hurt and needs money for an operation by robbing from John Prince Sr., the head of a very wealthy corporation. Robin becomes friends with a couple of misfits at school named Will Scarlett (Billy O'Sullivan) and Little John (Tyler Labine) and also falls for a girl named Marian (Sarah Chalke) who helps train the horses that Robin's family has. While helping out his friends Robin becomes an enemy of John Prince Jr. (Joshua Jackson), the big shot rich kid at school and his friends Warner and Gibson who are also the sons of rich parents. Then Robin goes to join the archery team but is not allowed to because of John Prince Jr. so he starts his own team and his 2 friends join and learn from Robin.
Rey V (mx) wrote: Excelente propuesta mejicana. Great ROMCOM.
Tim H (mx) wrote: Jacking its name from the working title of 'Friday the 13th,' Camp Blood similarly doesn't meet the prerequisite level of expertise to be quality B-horror. If you prefer your trash films to be cheesy in a Something Weird Video way, over Full Moon-type student films, steer clear. Plot is "Kill Joy" storming the set of "Blair Witch," and it's not as entertaining as "Camp Blood II."
Chuck M (ca) wrote: Terrible remake of The Women from 1939 with Norma Shearer . June Allyson is about as sexy as a bag of sticks with Joan Collins lack of acting ability on full display. The only thing worth looking at in this technicolor tragedy is the 1956 Lincoln convertible - don't waste your time.
Agustn S (es) wrote: How to Train your Dragon is a perfect animated movie. It will make you want to cry, it will make you laugh and it will often keep you at the edge of your seat. Whether it is it's exhilarating action sequences or it's heartwarming and powerful moments, DreamWorks has constructed a polished, detailed and spectacular animated film with a strong cast of characters, jaw-dropping animation, a beautiful score and an outstanding voice cast. A must see gem in the animated film realm.
Thomas M (nl) wrote: Was a okay movie, like the info an point of changes banks charge you on ATM fees and other dumb ass charges. So have to get movie and watch it over to really understand
Alvin Y (au) wrote: It should been called Along Came Morgan Freeman. Though for what it is, its sometimes entertaining and yet super predictable that I already knew who was the real perpetrator at the end. I say good but not 100% satisfying.
Treena B (br) wrote: I personally loved it
Sonny R (jp) wrote: An intricate tale of deceit and cruel intent that contains some incredibly strong acting from the three leads. I consider Alec Baldwin to be one of the greatest actors of all time for a few very good reasons. He is commanding on screen, he possesses a natural charm and also a natural intensity that he can unleash simultaneously, and he always captures my attention and makes me fully interested in a story. Nicole Kidman gave the performance of a lifetime in this film. I was surprised by how convincing she was here. Kidman succeeds at almost outacting Baldwin but of course no one can upstage the great Alec Baldwin. Bill Pullman, although the weakest of the three players, is incredible as the primary lead. Pullman may be the weakest of the three leads but that does not mean that he is bad or not convincing in this film. Actually, stating that he is the weakest is not saying much since all three of the leads are absolutely extraordinary, especially Baldwin and Kidman. Bebe Neuwirth gives a notable performance as a detective. I really do not like explaining the plot of a movie in my reviews because I feel it is highly unnecessary so I will not go into the details of the story. I will say that it is a thriller that contains many twists and turns and it is not a film for the lazy viewer. Roger Ebert claimed in his review that this film is far too busy and has too many twists and turns. I do not agree with Ebert's views but I understand what he means. I like how a serial killer subplot was added in simply for atmosphere. This film is a brilliant little tale with a very appropriate title. The acting is the stuff of legend, and of course I'm referring to Baldwin and Kidman. These two players are incredible and delivered much more than I was originally expecting. This film is co-written by the awesome Aaron Sorkin, who I greatly admire. Malice is a malicious masterpiece, and I meant for that to sound clever but in a silly way.
DC F (ca) wrote: I still liked this better than most of my friends did. It has a little more action and follows-up the 1st movie fairly strictly. This is probably the only Death Wish sequel worth seeing though...
Tom H (ag) wrote: wow, this move had many votes!i find it hard to believe that most people on Flixter haven't seen this, after all the movie is pretty decent. if you are looking for a live action version of "Aladdin", this is certainly the closest you're going to get. Christopher Lee is up to his usual evil schemes as the good guys plot against him with virtually no luck. but that is until a mysterious stranger comes to town in the form of a young boy with a monkey on a leash!
Garrett C (br) wrote: One of the most visually stunning films I've ever seen. I didn't expect Malick to have topped his prior "Badlands" with this film, but "Days of Heaven" is so brilliant and memorable that it almost makes Badlands look like a minor piece.
Greg S (gb) wrote: Pioneering in the field of gore, even if 1970 effects left something to be desired. Feels a little dated, but still cool in its own silly, trippy way. Don't get me wrong -- it's not good. But it is what it is: a late 60's/early 70's exploitation gore-fest. If you dig that kinda stuff, then that rocks. If you dig plots and aren't so big on the dated gore effects, well....
Ryan C (au) wrote: It doesn't get much better than "Mary Poppins" with it's elaborated sets, dazzling special effects, it's delightful songs and one of the most iconic roles and legendary performances by the amazingly talented Julie Andrews.
Tom E (br) wrote: It's fairly predictable, with a few good moments.
Nick A (ca) wrote: This documentary will make your fucking head spin. The Catholic Church is one of the most corrupt organizations on this planet, and the testimony from the cases presented in this documentary proves that. Shear fucking insanity.
brandon h (gb) wrote: I like Travolta, not sure why he did this horrible movie. It's the worst he's ever done.