She's the Man
Viola Johnson is in a real jam. Complications threaten her scheme to pose as her twin brother, Sebastian, and take his place at a new boarding school. She falls in love with her handsome roommate, Duke, who loves beautiful Olivia, who has fallen for Sebastian! As if that were not enough, Viola's twin returns from London ahead of schedule but has no idea that his sister has already replaced him on campus.
- Stars:Amanda Bynes, Channing Tatum, Laura Ramsey, Vinnie Jones, David Cross, Julie Hagerty, Robert Hoffman, Alexandra Breckenridge, Jonathan Sadowski, Amanda Crew, Jessica Lucas, Brandon Jay McLaren, Clifton MaCabe Murray, James Snyder, James Kirk,
- Country:USA, Canada
- Director:Andy Fickman,
- Writer:Ewan Leslie (screenplay), Karen McCullah (screenplay), Kirsten Smith (screenplay), Ewan Leslie (story)
When her brother decides to ditch for a couple weeks in London, Viola heads over to his elite boarding school, disguises herself as him, and proceeds to fall for one of her soccer teammates. Little does she realize she's not the only one with romantic troubles, as she, as he, gets in the middle of a series of intermingled love affairs. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
She's the Man torrent reviews
(es) wrote: I love this movie series. Here we get a nice blend of old and new members of the team, tons of explosive action, and a sense of family and honor among those assumed to have no honor. Just enough comedy amongst the group to break up the scenes that could get maudlin. As always, the only place you will see some of these older action stars in movies these days. Great stuff.
(ru) wrote: so so doc a little too fawning & generic
(nl) wrote: Quirky enough to enjoy as a light comedy drama, possibly more so if you've worked in a call-centre before.
(nl) wrote: Not great...the ending was pretty poor as well.
(it) wrote: To Clarius Entertainment; good luck making a profit off of this.
(ca) wrote: I loved this film... Started off slow but boy was it ever good... The Synopsis says it all, this movie is very emotional and about people and their hidden secrets... Nothing fancy about this movie, just sincerity and being human...
(ag) wrote: damn! this is horrible, i would say its a low budget movie, bad cast bad storyline...don't waste money on this
(ru) wrote: There are some times I feel I missed my ship, that I was born just a little too late. After watching Z Channel, I felt that way. Half of this fascinating documentary looks at the first 'film channel' and its eclectic independent spirit (that even effected modern day filmmakers like Tarantino). What I wouldn't give to have a channel now that is so dedicated to bringing 'good cinema' to the the masses. The other side of this film looks at the reason behind the channel's success, the tragically brilliant programmer Jerry Harvey. What he did reminds us of what all the money and corporate panels in the world can't do -- it takes only one person with a vision and passion to make something that is brilliant, just like a good film. It's too bad there aren't more things out there showing what art really is in this corporate driven world. I guess 'Z' really was the end of independence in Hollywood.
(ru) wrote: My boyfriend made me watch this. Twisted and kind of cheesy but I liked it anyway.
(nl) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.
(it) wrote: The sound effects is annoying. Matthew Broderick was more annoying and this movie didn't follow the cartoon.
(nl) wrote: ... People don't like this movie?
(de) wrote: Caine and Kingsley are both magnificent actors in their own right, and together they make a hilarious combination that can't be beat. A fun and silly twist on the Sherlock Holmes story that is a must see.
(br) wrote: Its the Oklahoma Territory in 1889. Jed Cooper (Clint Eastwood) drives a small herd of cattle across a stream. Suddenly a posse containing of Captain Wilson (Ed Begley), Reno (Joseph Sirola), Miller (Bruce Dern), Jenkins (Bob Steele), Matt Stone (Alan Hale, Jr.), Charlie Blackfoot (Ned Romero), Maddow (Russell Thorson), Tommy (Jonathan Lippe) and Loomis (L. Q. Jones) surround him and accuse him of having stolen the herd. He shows them a receipt for the cattle, but the man he bought them from was a rustler who killed the herd's owners. Cooper explains that he knew nothing about the murder, but only Jenkins expresses doubts about his guilt. After Reno takes Cooper's saddle and Miller takes his wallet, the men hang him from a tree and ride away, leaving him for dead. Federal Marshal Dave Bliss (Ben Johnson) sees Cooper in the distance and cuts him down while he is still alive. Bliss puts him in irons and takes him to Fort Grant, where the territorial judge, Adam Fenton (Pat Hingle), determines that Cooper is innocent, sets him free and warns him not to become a vigilante. He then shows Cooper the man who is responsible for the crime he was accused of. The man, Mcloud, is immediately hung for the murders and rustling. As an alternative, Fenton offers Cooper, a former lawman, the badge of a Deputy U.S. Marshal. Cooper accepts, and Fenton warns him not to kill the men who lynched him. During his first assignment as a marshal, Cooper sees his saddle on a horse in front of a small-town saloon. He finds Reno inside and tries to arrest him, but Reno reaches for his gun, forcing Cooper to shoot him dead. When word of this becomes public, Jenkins turns himself in and provides the names of the rest of the hanging posse. Cooper is determined to hunt down his lynchers and bring them to justice in any which way..."Hang 'Em High" is a 1968 American Revisionist Western film and the first film produced by Clint Eastwood's Malpaso Company. The Revisionist Western, Modern Western or Anti-Western traces to the mid 1960s and early 1970s as a subgenre of the Western movie. Some post-WWII Western films began to question the ideals and style of the traditional Western. Elements include a darker, more cynical tone, with focus on the lawlessness of the time period, favouring realism over romanticism. Anti-heroes are still common, but with stronger roles for women and more-sympathetic portrayal of Native Americans and Mexicans. Regarding power and authority, these depictions favour critical views of big business, the American government, masculine figures (including the military and their policies), and a turn to greater historical authenticity. The film became a major success after release in July 1968, and with an opening day revenue of $5,241 in Baltimore alone, it became the biggest United Artists opening in history, exceeding all of the James Bond films at that time. It debuted at number five on Variety?' s weekly survey of top films and had made its money back within two weeks of screening. It eventually grossed $6.8 million in the U.S. It was widely praised by critics, including Arthur Winsten of the New York Post, who described "Hang 'Em High" as "a Western of quality, courage, danger and excitement". Variety gave the film a negative review, calling it "a poor American-made imitation of a poor Italian-made imitation of an American-made western". "Hang 'Em High" is yet another revenge themed western amongst Clint Eastwoods film catalogue, and in one way nothing new except maybe the cynical look on the law and justice. In general its an ok western with interesting point of views on justice and vigilantism, but yet theres nothing that really stands out or that truly engage you. Not one of Clint Eastwoods best in my opinion.
(us) wrote: Contemplative expedition pic highlighting the developing friendship between a Russian explorer and a Mongolian hunter. The situations turn out to be as expected, but the tenderness of the relationship and the clear depiction of Dersu's beliefs elevate this above a standard man-vs.-nature flick.
(fr) wrote: Does a deserving soul need to die first before they can see heaven? Or to be convinced by somebody else whos been there and back like Colton? Heaven can be real while we are on earth if we fulfil Gods will, in heaven as it is on earth. Love thy neighbour, do good and not evil. Fear God. Then heaven is right here on earth.
(it) wrote: Emo edward scissorhand
(kr) wrote: Entertaining! While I love metal music, I don't see myself playing it backwards anytime soon...unless I'm looking to get a little revenge!
(jp) wrote: Not the best Marilyn movie, nor after watching it would you think her to be a main character. If you like musicals, you'll like this, if you don't like musicals, you still might like it, but if I recall there are two particular times when the musical numbers last for what seems to be 10 minutes, and you start asking yourself, "from where did this come about?". the start of the movie is such a number, and you wonder if the movie is like a filmed play or something until you realize the plot is about theater people and their lives, so much of the musical numbers are their plays and such, which does help for those who don't like random singing in musicals.