Freshman Neil's Vanguard stories are all he cares about...until he meets the older Julia, who pushes him to put his own fan fic online. When the website's moderator takes a special interest in Neil's work, it opens up a whole new universe.
Neil secretly writes same-sex, erotic fan fiction about a popular sci-fi character. And in this movie, Neil must deal with an array of frustrating hurdles and awkward surprises; or just part of growing up. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(us) wrote: The present day parts were not well done, bad storyline overall. The hispanic inquisition parts on the other hand reminded me of certain missions in the games, which I really liked, the setting was nice too, shame we didn't saw more of 15th century Spain. AC is better off with a tv series, more time to build a story. Overall, it could be a lot worse. But it wasn't good either.
(de) wrote: Very good movie..My rating 5/5
(gb) wrote: gruesome scandi noir
(it) wrote: A very sobering and real portrayal of the emotional rationale of a recovering addict. This film doesn't seem to want to move the audience through any means of a conventional story-telling method, but to isolate you with Anders on his lonesome journey so as to gain your fullest empathy on this very character-driven film.
(us) wrote: This is a movie where I wish I didn't watch it until the end.Throughout this movie, you are taken on a journey of an introverted kid coming out of his shell. And this journey is done by Liam James's amazing acting. When Duncan feels dejected and doesn't belong, you see it on his face, in the way he walks, the way he talks. And when he is jubilant, feels one with the group, you see it in his smile, in his confident posture. I felt a connection with Duncan, and at one scene close to the ending, I even cried.Liam's acting though...is the only highlight of the movie. Plot isn't original, lots of clich's, other characters are questionable.If it wasn't for the ending, this would have been a good, watch it once, maybe watch it in the future movie.But the ending...well it sucked. It is sudden, inconclusive, and leaves you staring at the screen thinking "Wait...it's...it's over?"In the end, this movie was good, but I wouldn't watch it again, and wouldn't recommend it.
(nl) wrote: This was a very interesting movie. The majority of the movie takes place during Clinton's 2nd term in office and shows the relationship between Tony Blair and President Clinton. It's interesting to see this depiction of the two as being very dependent on the other for their own political success. Worth a watch.
(mx) wrote: One of the best Korean movie ever..
(mx) wrote: "Fear is rising."I was intrigue when I saw this on sale. Brian Yuzna was the sire of this film and he's the maker of Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Return ofthe Living Dead and etc. The film was released in 2005 but you will have a feel that it was done late 80's. The effects are reminiscent of 80's Horror Film. They didn't rely on SFX but with camerawork andactual synthetic effects. It was great. The acting was, ahm, errr, awful. The casts did not bring justice for the characters they'replaying. The story, very confusing. It was self-explanatory but a lot of padding info mashed into one theatrical run, and you'll be wondering, "oh so, it's 40th anniversary and they're doin' a shindig." Lake of the Dead is just another lame horror movie to ever hit my DVD player. 1 out of 5 Stars! :)
(ru) wrote: My feel good movie for the past couple yrs. It reminds me of a guy who 'used' to be my best friend...things get soo dificult now but i'm waitin for him to draw up the yes box and come get me.
(mx) wrote: The most damn beautiful movie I've seen.
(it) wrote: Ice T and Stoney Jackson yummy yummy
(kr) wrote: pretty much a perfect film for couples, especially around valentine's day.
(jp) wrote: They could've chosen a better hero, but there is a hilarious murkin scene.
(nl) wrote: An inspired comedy title, Stir Crazy blends several inventive, high-spirited performing talents into a tangy, cheerful entertainment. One very surprising fact that I didn't realize until now was that Stir Crazy was directed by Sidney Poitier. Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor, here and in Silver Streak, gave the world some fine examples of the buddy comedy genre. This is not coarse, broadly played humor (a la Dumb and Dumber) but a lower-key, average-guys-in-trouble sort of situational comedy well suited to the talents of this pair of actors. In a way, this is really more Wilder's film than Pryor's. That's no slight on Pryor; Wilder just ends up getting more screen time. He presents a hilariously bizarre, complex character who is full of contradictions--kind of a channeling of a less loquacious Woody Allen through a more down to earth version of his Willy Wonka. Watching Stir Crazy at this later point in time, some of the humor might seem a bit clichd to younger viewers. It's important to remember that this is where a lot of those "clichs" came from. It's also fairly suspenseful and surprisingly serious at times in the last act. Director Sidney Poitier makes a smooth transition through many genres--buddy film, road movie, fish out of water story and prison film, aided of course by Wilder and Pryor.VERDICT: "In The Zone" - [Mixed Reaction] These kinds of movies are usually movies that had some good things, but some bad things kept it from being amazing. This rating says buy an ex-rental or a cheap price of the DVD to own. If you consider cinema, ask for people's opinion on the film. (Films that are rated 2.5 or 3 stars)
(jp) wrote: Manhattan coedy of manners (and bad manners) at its finest. Neil Simon had a big hand in this
(ru) wrote: A very fine reworking of my favorite Ozu (I Was Born, But...), this movie brings modernity to the forefront. Extremely sweet, quite funny, and just a pleasant good time about two boys trying to get a TV. Also definitely the most fart-centric in the Ozu oeuvre!
(us) wrote: Even the great Charles Laughton can't save this rather turgid swashbuckler involving revenge on the high seas. Randolph Scott is the ship gunner out to get Laughton and John Carradine is aboard too, playing one of his typically odd characters. Low budget and pretty slow. Laughton manages to make the film watchable.
(kr) wrote: Hilarious and moving, this film is the perfect family flick everyone can enjoy.
(ca) wrote: Get ready, cause I'm not shooting blanks this time! Ooh, let's see here. What do others here say about this movie that ate 85 minutes of my life? And which ones do I agree with? "This is a great movie about how far you are willing to forgive someone you love." or "the dumbest movie ever seen.. chaos is way better than this crap.." I have to go with the latter, though this doesn't beat "The Witches Hammer" or "Moscow Zero" quite yet. I'm not sure where to place this movie. So let's see what else writer Daniel Taplitz has produced. A quick check on IMDB tells me that there isn't much since the "highlight" I am reviewing here. There's a TV movie and something described as "Based on the legendary true story of the Red Dog who united a disparate local community while roaming the Australian outback in search of his long lost master". Definitely better than his debut, the hidden 'gem' "The Squeeze" ("A mysterious black box spells danger to a con man and female detective"). Sounds all equally interesting. Good for mr. Taplitz that his dog story got great reviews. It took him about three years after Chaos Theory to get something published. And let's not forget that it is a "true story". I wonder how much of it he really thought up himself. Back to the movie at hand. The morale of the story is twofold. First: married men should not take promiscuous women to their hotel bathroom. Second: do not commit fraud by falsely signing paternity papers after drunk driving. The married man in question is Frank Allen (Ryan Reynolds). He looks 30 when his character is getting married, he looks 32 with a nice grey hair dye (and a beard!) when he's walking his grown-up daughter down the aisle. Hollywood magic! If only the lead character had thought the aforementioned morale of the story through. But no, he was too busy building a career out of writing to-do lists. So much, that he forgot to love his daughter and wife. Turns out the girl is not even his daughter and that his wife cheated on him with his friend. I guess he was right for not loving them enough all along. Reynolds eventually quits the to-do lists when he finds out he is infertile and goes on a self-destructive rampage. But his daughter stays his daughter and his wife stays his wife. He himself doesn't even change either. In the frame story about current events (his daughter's wedding), he still uses post-its with to-do stuff on them. Long story short: Nothing changes. This movie is pointless. I bet his future son-in-law shoots blanks as well and his daughter will cheat on him with his best friend as well. Wouldn't that make a great concept for "Chaos Theory II: Full Circle"? I gave it a 10% because it had exactly three lines of dialogue that made me smile. Verdict: AVOID!
(nl) wrote: There's something about 80's and 90's teen movies and comedies that make me feel good and leave me smiling. It's most likely the perfect mix of the soundtrack, summer setting, big laughs, heartwarming endings and top lead stars. I'm talking movies like The Breakfast Club, Easy A, Pitch Perfect, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Say Anything, they all have these in common, and now Romy And Michele's High School Reunion joins that list. Mira Sorvino and Lisa Kudrow are absolutely fantastic and equally hilarious as best friends Romy and Michele, two ditsy blonde's who make a plan to fake that they have highly successful lives as business woman to show off to their old school mates at an upcoming reunion. Romy is a cashier, Michele is unemployed, both single and living together, these girls truly go out their way to make an impression and the journey is hilarious. Queue the montages and flashbacks, this movie is loaded with laughs. Watch the two try and order a non-existent business woman meal to go, and more crazily see the two separate and grow old apart. Lisa Kudrow is so fun and plays clueless Michele superbly, repeating mostly watch Romy says and embarrassing herself. Mira Sorvino is charming and sassy, she delivers some excellent one liners. With a stellar supporting cast playing high school crushes, loners, enemies and freaks, this is one dysfunctional reunion but one that has hilarious dance sequences, character surprises and best of all, Romy and Michele rid of the business suits and glam up for the finale. This is a must watch for comedy fans and movies of it's type, Kudrow and Sorvino are a perfect comedic duo.