Roger Swanson has always believed that he's as sharp as a tack in manipulating women. Unfortunately, the real world has proved it's wrong when he is kicked by his girlfriend, also his boss, a few day ago. In order to regain his reputation, Roger takes his new arrival nephew out on the town in search of sex. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jonathan P (jp) wrote: Interesting and enjoyable documentary about a pre-historic Snake that roamed modern day Colombia said to measure in at over 48 ft. long. If you enjoy the thought of massive predators than Titanoboa is enjoyable enough to give a view but otherwise it is just like a nature film you would have watched in a high school science class.
Jens L (mx) wrote: No great movie...but a good one...wondering a bit why the critics killed it when they let undisputable crappy ones pass
Christel I (jp) wrote: Faut pas me demander de "rater" un bollywood moi, a sera toujours le max !!! Mix de jours de tonnerre et de Rocky (ouais ouais je vais chercher a loin), j'ai bien aim mais euh il me reste toujours autant de kleenex dans ma bote, c pas assez larmoyant a !!!!! Saif toujours aussi ....(bip)-----> censur pour cause de "ifcho" Rani, j'adore sa coupe au dbut du film ! euh saly ! J'ai trouv !!!! Je vais te faire mes critiques bollywood comme dans le temps via facebook lol !
david t (ag) wrote: i would like to see this one..
Jesse F (nl) wrote: As always it doesn't improve upon it's predecessor but it's still a hell of a good time.
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Jason J (fr) wrote: Really bad story and the last in the Airport series. This one involves a missile
Kevin D (ca) wrote: Your local paper's movie critic probably likes to grouse about how charmless romantic comedies are these days. What maudlin yearning for good old days which never existed! Romantic comedies have always featured insufferable cads and neurotic shrews.Here, one wonders what Rock Hudson must have thought, particularly when insinuating to Day that her stolid Texan mate is, ahem, "playing for the other team."
Guy G (gb) wrote: [B+/85] This delirious paragon of Marx Brothers anarchy and gleeful nonsense seems pulled right of the Vaudeville stage with a kind of wonderful cavalier, devil-may-care relish. From the get-go it's clear that the plot and personages are merely slapdash cardboard backdrop for the zany and unpredictable parade of fun that ensues: a mayhem of comedy sketches, scatter-fire jokes, pantomime tomfoolery, and a grab-bag of all kinds of gags, as well as romantic and humorous musical interludes; but the brilliant thrust of the overarching attitude (stretching sometimes to the point of groaning inanity) feels like genuine liberation. Many of the quips and one-liners were so stupidly clever and durable, they have never ceased being repeated over eighty years. And though some of that stuff will no doubt come off as old-hat, there's no disqualifying the genius at work here, where the Marx Brothers assumed the grandeur of impish, subversive princelings.
Nafiul C (au) wrote: Brando is always awesome.
Mon K (de) wrote: As always, flawless performance by Di Caprio!
F B (us) wrote: Very funny to start with but flattened out a little halfway through and for the remainder if the film. Definitely some extremely funny moments though.
Matt B (kr) wrote: Some bits a bit silly. Some bits unrealistic. But then it is fictional! Overall quite good.