George Roundy is a Beverly Hills hairstylist whose uncontrolled libido stands between him and his ambitions. He wants the security of a relationship. He wants to be a hairdressing "star" and open his own salon. But the fact that he beds down with the wife, daughter and mistress of a potential backer doesn't help. It also does little for his relationship with his current girlfriend.

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Kara K (kr) wrote: Wasn't sure how this would be because I hadn't seen previews before going, but it was pretty funny. Would see it again.

Beav A (gb) wrote: First off, the genre of college party movie has definitely gone downhill over the past 10-15 years. Most films of this genre are total loads of crap, but this one absolutely took the cake. The only thing this movie had to offer was the feature of a porn star. The storyline was mediocre at best, the acting was poor, and the plot had a ton of inconsistencies. People in the movie business should have more respect for themselves and not let movies like this be released. If anyone at Rotten Tomatoes (or anywhere else for that matter) can tell me how to contact the director/producer/writer Robert Bennett, please do so, I would love to give him some constructive criticism on his "film."

James H (kr) wrote: Gripping but can anyone explain the relevance of the bizarre death of doggy in the lake?

Michelle V (de) wrote: theyer blondes all right but but good they could be good detectives they solved the situation evan if they had a little prob.

PY C (au) wrote: The beginner was interesting but I lost interest midway. What a shame because the cast is great!

Julie L (ag) wrote: It's nice to see how the Disability Act was created, but I've seen movies with disabled who are more touching than this one. Still worth a watch.

Johnny T (br) wrote: It's not an unfamiliar scenario for a black comedy: A dysfunctional family gathers for the funeral of their not-so-much beloved patriarch. The terrific ensemble cast finds the right deadpan tone to deliver the dysfunction. It's more about watching an ensemble cast try to one-up one another's performance than anything else - and for what it is, it works. In the expanding genre of quirky comedies, first-time writer-director Michael Clancy's messy, fitfully funny Eulogy is among the quirkiest. Clancy has mercilessly dragged his characters into the ugly light of day and across the board, but particularly in the cases of Romano and Winger, has elicited deliciously degenerate performances by actors who are unafraid of appearing unappealing. Yet ultimately, as the formula requires, they're redeemable. Any movie with Ray Romano in it that doesn't make one wish one has a gun to bring down the really big game is doing something right.VERDICT: "High-Quality Stuff" - [Positive Reaction] This is a rating to a movie I view as very entertaining and well made, and definitely worth paying the full price at a theatre to see or own on DVD. It is not perfect, but it is definitely excellent. (Films that are rated 3.5 or 4 stars)...

Grant S (es) wrote: OK, ish. Had potential but seemed to drift in the middle. Tension isn't maintained very well. Ending is interesting though.Decent performances all round. Cast includes Christoph Waltz, of Inglourious Bastards fame, in a minor role.

Hunter B (de) wrote: American Me is an interesting story about an underprivileged man with limited options of how to spend his life. Although it is slow at times, it is full of drama and emotion as the main character develops through the plot. I found certain parts difficult to follow but was interested the entire way through. I recommend this movie to anyone interested in action or prison and cholo culture.

Alexander A (us) wrote: The scene where the rival skate gang leader is air guitaring while his cronies stare in awe pretty much sums this one up.

Alejandro F (gb) wrote: Great story. Great actors.

Bryan R (it) wrote: Stylish, but not enough so that I can forgive the plodding story and tired ending.

Ian C (ca) wrote: A grand adventure to a place lost to civilization - Shangri-La, a utopia in a time of global war. The philosophy of a pacifist society is explored through the dialog of the characters. Although one might discount such muses as naive and idealistic, it is still nice to be able to dream of such places. Moreover it need only be metaphorical. Now why movies these days depict dystopian landscapes more often (think Terminator, 2012, Armaggedon etc)? May we all find our own Shangri-Las. Cheers.

Rick B (au) wrote: Sandly missing The Walking Dead??Try this one, an almost gory movie with so fierce infected crowds running after you almost all the damn time. Oh! don't forget mr. Robert Carlyle?'s performance: outstanding !

John O (it) wrote: No Keaton is upsetting. However a decent performance by Jones, and a pretty good job done by Carrey. Let's be honest. Everybody else sucks.

(it) wrote: Magnificent. Deeply violent, deeply moral. Brilliant action scenes. A superb performance by Mikkelsen, who produces an enduring, painful vulnerability at the core of a man who kills to survive. And he is a superlative killer. The photography and landscapes roll out in a series of masterpiece shots. For all of the brutality, it is a humanistic and touching film, with its share of humour. It also takes its own perspective on the Christian story, and it implies in a sympathetic way that Christ was not unlike this man. A classic, not to be missed.