Rock, Paper, Scissors: The Way of the Tosser

Rock, Paper, Scissors: The Way of the Tosser

This hilarious genre-bending comedy follows Gary Brewer, along with girlfriend Holly Brewer (no relation), and best friend Trevor Morehouse as Gary quests to reign supreme at the 2006 Rock, Paper, Scissors World Championships.

This hilarious genre-bending comedy follows Gary Brewer, along with girlfriend Holly Brewer (no relation), and best friend Trevor Morehouse as Gary quests to reign supreme at the 2006 Rock, Paper, Scissors World Championships. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Randolph B (es) wrote: I had low expectations for this movie, but left the theater pleasantly surprised. Unfortunately, other RTr's don't feel the same. Listen, was dragged in to watch Expendables by a friend and those movies were tiresome, but by the time this movie came around I was dying for one. My life was shit and I needed a picker-uppper were some guy in a similar situation just takes charges and beats the crap out of everyone without regrets or apologies. You know what we wish we all could do.It picked up kind of slow, but about half-way through it's non-stop action. My only regret was there was a perfect opportunity for a kill-line on the uber-villain, bad-guy behind it all, and Arthur Bishop (Stathom) misses the chance to say a cheesy kill-line, a la Swartzenegger or Stallone in the 80s and 90s.

Adrian B (mx) wrote: The video games are a different story as most of them are enjoyable but as a movie the series has never really impressed in my opinion. Only die hard fanatics would like this that can't get their fix from just a video game and want more

Cody M (es) wrote: Competent mutant fish flick in which a medical examiner goes to investigate a mysterious death in the swamps and soon finds himself trapped a host of disposable characters and one Christina Loveinterest on a series of houseboats as they are picked off one-by-one by the vicious fishies. Familiar stuff boasts some decent production values and some good kills, but the plot and shallow, one-dimensional characters sink this.

MEC r (it) wrote: This movie had potential, but fell through the cracks. To bad.

Paul F (ru) wrote: Classic. Flawless on so many ST levels.

Dammy G (mx) wrote: As a kid, I was forced to watch this in an after school program. Back then I thought it was okay, and rarely ever thought of this movie afterward. Now as an adult and re-watching it, I downright hate this movie. For one, everyone in this movie except the mother is just a fucking horrible person. And the only reason the mother isn't a horrible person is because all she ever does is stand in the background and say yes to everything the asshole father says. The father in this movie is quite possibly the worst father in existance. I mean he tries and gets his eleven year old son to find a job, and save money. Hell he even grounds his son for some guy running over his bike, and almost killing him. Hell the biggest problem with this movie is that Preston, out supposed main hero and protagnist, is an asshole. I mean he doesn't listen to anybody, he's not very nice, he treats everyone around him like shit, and he only cares about himself. Then again pretty much everyone in this movie is like that. Yeah fuck you Disney. In the end this is the worst of those awful 90s kids movies. It's very mean spirted, the movie has a very interesting idea, and does nothing creative with it, the humor is very dry, the acting is all emotionless, and it's just unpleasent to watch. To the after school program that forced me and other kids to watch this when I was a kid. Go fuck yourself.

Buddy K (gb) wrote: Despite being an unnecessary sequel to the film noir masterpiece"Chinatown" and lacking the previous film's director Roman Polanski as a director (Jack Nicholson did a surprisingly good job directing this one himself) "The Two Jakes" manages to get a good many things right. Despite being mostly advertised as completely separate stand alone film how much you appreciate this particular outing is highly dependent on how fresh the original is in your mind. There's a good many themes and even a couple characters from the first one expanded on in this sequel. Its also much easier to pick up on the subtleties of Nicholson's performance and appreciate how the character has progressed in the years between the two films.The strong air of nostalgia, Nicholson's performance and a decent mystery are enough to carry the film for its first half and its easy to get swept away by all the good elements and forget the films flaws all together. Unfortunately the key mystery ends up coming up a bit short in the end and a number of less than fully realized plot points make the film drag in its second half and feel a bit all over the place and lack the originals singular focus and drive.That said, how much one appreciates this sequel depends greatly on how much you enjoyed the original. Is it a success of Godfather II proportions? No, but it is a emotionally rewarding and worthwhile, if flawed, experience for those that loved the first film and it certainly isn't as bad as its reputation would suggest.

James S (nl) wrote: Hitchcock did it better.

Hal M (ag) wrote: An usually realistic heist film. Studied in its avoidance of sentimentality. Yet I still believe Melville should have made use of music to heighten the tension.

Kade C (fr) wrote: A terrifying different take on a monster movie, Cloverfield is a non-stop thriller and one of be better "found footage" movies. All the creature designs were very original and terrifying, and look pretty good for a film of this nature. My only large complaint with the film was T.J. Miller's comic relief, while it was welcome at moments so the film isn't entirely depressing, for some instances was highly inappropriate. Other than that it's a fine film with great performances and drama that many horror/thriller movies do not have.

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