Dale Squire is a hip, quirky, independent single gal living in the glossy city of Los Angeles. After several failed attempts in quasi-relationships, Dale concludes that finding a meaningful relationship in L.A. is impossible. But being anti-social is tough for any young girl in Hollywood. With Jill's frantic wedding right around the corner, Dale finds herself reflecting on the significance of marriage, and the mutual respect needed for a successful relationship. When Zach, a successful heartthrob rock star and old friend of Dale's finds his way back into her life, Dale slowly starts to think that maybe finding love in L.A. is possible - the only problem is that her realization might have come too late, leaving Dale in a silent love triangle, with no way out. Written by Will, Christie
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Ian C (br) wrote: Apart from the victims and the FBI agent Robert Fitzpatrick it is hard to believe who is telling the truth. Also, if there was that much corruption why did the FED who got sent down not rat out all the others? Excellent viewing.
Bryan P (br) wrote: A perfect getaway sees 3 couples all cross paths on there vacation in Hawaii. Soon they found out there is a killer on the loose and non of the couples trust the others thinking they could be the killer. Plenty of twists along the way thinking which one of them it could be
Julie D (gb) wrote: hilarious and heartfelt a true lesson in being yourself and loving who you are and having faith that your family will do the same
Kevin G (us) wrote: Best Time Travel movie ever made. Not even from Hollywood so far. Sorry Americans :P
Paul D (ca) wrote: A lovable version of 'Bonnie & Clyde', except the comedy that is supposed to achieve this is lacking and it just looks like substandard acting.
Pedro C (mx) wrote: Not a great movie, but has its funny momments.
Tracey c (kr) wrote: Four episodes of Dusty's Trail edited together into a movie. The episodes, in the order shown, are: "Tomahawk Territory", "Horse of Another Color", "There is Nothing Like a Dame", and "The Not So Magnificent Seven".
Martin T (mx) wrote: Other than some nice imagery, there's not much to see here. The acting is okay, but on the whole the film is way too overdramatic. The first two acts drag on and on, weighed down by songs that are completely boring. The third act is quite a bit more engaging, but ultimately comes off as extremely egotistical, as Guru Dutt positions himself as some kind of Messiah.
Lenny R (kr) wrote: A bit less kiddy than Philosopher's Stone, if only because Radcliffe's and Grint's voices have broken. But it still suffers from Columbus's relatively pedestrian approach, though the special effects have improved at least. Branagh is great as Gilderoy Lockhart. Ditto Toby Jones as Dobby. Love the flying Anglia.
Nick H (ru) wrote: Inaccurate but a good watch (if your South African...)