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Three con artists dupe two Olympians into serving as editors of a new health and beauty magazine which is only a front for salacious stories and pictures.

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Rikard B (it) wrote: Ektremt dliga effekter, sjukt kassa skdisar och ytterst tveksam story! Kan det bli bra? Nej, smsta ever!

lexi s (nl) wrote: I LOVE THIS MOVIE!!!!!!

John C P (ru) wrote: Visual poetry. This has to be one of the most beautifully done films I have ever seen. There are limited lines mostly quotes. the photography is totally awesome and blows the view away with it's visually stunning beauty. More a nature film set to classical Indian music. If you are looking for a plot, don't there is none. It is just pure grace and beauty. the quote " Dancing a dance with no steps." No it isn't in my library but you can believe me it is going to be.

Emil P (ca) wrote: I don't think anyone was proud of this.

Eric N (es) wrote: The best film in the "Mormon Film" genre.

Sarah L (es) wrote: I was surprised how well done this was ... seeing it at the Big Island Film Festival it easily was voted People's Choice. The story was fun and captivating and the cinematography was amazing - especially the sky diving scenes. Some technical mastery for sure.

Lora N (us) wrote: Robin Givens, Lance Henrksen and William Zabka (Johnny from The Karate Kid) star in this unfunny version of Innerspace. You'd think given 15 years that would have at least used better special effects.

Fredrick R (it) wrote: A bittersweet dramedy about a 31 yo Georgian-Israeli doctorate student who is still under the thumb of his over the top overbearing meddling family who are hell bent on getting him married. he goes on date after pre-arranged date, but he secretly yearns for a 34 yo Divorcee. His parents and extended family goes ape-sh*t and decide they need to stage an "intervention" of puts old Georgian customs against "new" ideas of love and free will.

Jess D (de) wrote: Omg mee and Mum hadd A girliee Night in =D andd This film is Sickk LOvee itt x

Mark W (au) wrote: Obviously not as good as the first movie, but this was still kind of cute... It really was a nice prequel, but the plot really wasn't as strong. Looking back at how Casper became "The Friendly Ghost" was kind of fun, but in my eyes it was still a mistake. Overall, it was an alright movie with some dumb fights, the return of dumb, dumber and dumbest and one hell of a messy kitchen...

Dennis L (de) wrote: Run of the mill crime thriller. score some points for Diane Lane.

Kevin S (nl) wrote: A couple buy an old Victorian house and plan to rent it out. They rent one out to carter hayes who suddenly does not pay the rent and all sorts of noises like hammering and stud cone from his room. He also changes the lock so the landlords can't get in. The guy is real creepy too. I thought Michael Keaton did a great job as the creepy tenant. This movie was a pretty decent thriller. The fight scenes at the end was kinda weak but the movie was pretty enjoyable. This is the first movie I seem that Michael Keaton played a creepy villain and I think he did a pretty good job at it.

Jessi t (fr) wrote: For me, most of the appeal of this movie was seeing just how the hell they could actually conceivably make It's Alive into a sequel. And I can actually kind of dig how they went about making a universe wherein that is possible. It kind of takes away from the freak-accident nature of the first movie, the unexplainable monster that pops out of the womb, to say that this is happening more rapidly and is the "next step in human evolution", but, still, it's an entertaining flick for what it's worth.

Kris W (us) wrote: 'TARGETS are people...and you could be one of them!' Roger Corman told Peter Bogdanovich he could make any film he wanted to, with two conditions: he had to use stock footage from The Terror (1963), and he had to hire Boris Karloff for two days (Karloff was under contract and owed Corman those two days). Karloff was so impressed with the script that he refused pay for any shooting time over his contracted two days. Jack Nicholson starred in The Terror, parts of which are used in Targets. The sniper is based on Charles Whitman. The movie was shot before the assasination of Martin Luther King Jr. and Bobby Kennedy, but was finished just after, which limited its release. Ray, Salesman: What're you hunting this time? Bobby Thompson: Gonna shoot some pigs. "I just killed my wife and my mother. I know they'll get me. But before that, many more will die..." [Bobby Thompson cowers before Byron Orlok] Byron Orlok: Is *that* what I was afraid of?

Gantry M (gb) wrote: I challenge you not to fall to burbling pieces at the end. Delightful.

Kevin L (us) wrote: Nada mas la encuentro y la veo luego, luego... Me encantan los dramas romanticos clasicos, sean malos o buenos. Pero con una actriz hermosa, poco me importa lo demas. Siento no haberme casado nunca con Vivien Leigh

Justin G (ca) wrote: Billy Bob and John Heder work great together and it is definitely as good as Bad Santa or even better.

Anastasia (de) wrote: Bit boring (13) OWN BLU