When one-eyed high school senior Matt falls meets 250 lb Jill, he falls more in love than he ever thought possible. However, when she loses her weight after going to college, their relationship is tested in devastating ways they never dreamed would happen. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Adam L (gb) wrote: This movie had more negatives than positives, but it did have scenes that were suspenseful. The constant bickering between the characters was the most difficult part of this movie to endure. The little girl caused me to be annoyed right from the start. An over-the-top friendliness caused her to unlikeable. During the movie she constantly shouted more than obvious things into the darkness, which seemed unrealistic seeing as within that darkness there was a monster preying on them. Other members of the cast such as the fat bald man was an alcoholic prick whom only cared for himself. Many times I felt like someone should have just slapped them all to shut them up. The moster lurking in the dark could have easily heard them at any point during the movie. One positive thing I did enjoy about the movie that kept me watching it was the suspense. Either that or my yearning for the monster to eat one of the annoying cast members. Regardless, I know my past knowledge of this "found footage," horror genre of movies has made this seem like badly thought out idea. The reason why it seem scary to me was most likely my anticipation of Slenderman appearing suddenly because of the similar editing on the film as youtube series "Marble Hornets," "EverymanHYBRID," and "TribeTwelve." If you want to have yourself a good jump, this movie is not a bad idea, but you should be prepared for some headache due to the constant, annoying banter.
Devon W (mx) wrote: Weird. Lots to enjoy with this one (spider woman, oh my holy crap that was amazing) but the thing is very disorganized and feels sloppy at times. I was disappointed but entertained the whole time, which is quite odd.
Pranav K (kr) wrote: This movie completely belongs to Deepika! She was absolutely awesome, acted flawlessly, and looked great! NNM also did a good job, but his character was not that demanding. Both worked hard for their characters and their talents, which showed on screen. Songs and background score were good. Terrific direction and wonderful cinematography. The same Mumbai that we have seen in countless movies has been captured so majestically and uniquely in this film.
007 W (kr) wrote: Hoodwinked too is awful, I mean Holy shit it is one of the worst kids movies in history, the story is awful, the jokes were awful, the characters and acting are paper thin, the writing and directing are retarded, and the animation is horrible and even worse than the first movie, that's it it's awful, no one should watch this not even kids, kids shouldn't be shown this, they should be shown something smart and something that teaches them something, otherwise you might as well make them more stupid by making them watch this awful movie
Ali F (br) wrote: awesome movie good boxing skills and my sis was crying in the half of it
Brian M (de) wrote: had a great story line and it was a thinking persons action film, a lot like Eastern Promises.
Tristan P (mx) wrote: Tony Takitani was director Ichikawa Jun's first seminal film to circulate in the international markets. Ichikawa (who is no amateur when it comes to literary adaptations) departed from his earlier style of filmmaking, which usually relied on fairly static cinematography and conventional forms of narration. "Takitani" stands out because of its sparse dialogue, shifting camera angles and its overall floating style of cinematography. Because of all of this, he presents a genuine and lasting adaptation of Murakami. Ichikawa manages to translate Murakami's sense of absurdity and pathos in the quotidian lives of these characters. There are several shots in which the camera gives a 'floor-shot' or 'pillow-shot' of Miyazawa Rie's feet as she goes on her manifold shopping sprees. There is also a beautiful quote which was preserved from the short story in which the narrator signifies, "Shozaburo Takitani was not well suited to being a father, and Tony Takitani was not well suited to being a son." This film also manages to epitomize (what I think is) the major theme of Murakami's work: a conscientious Japan (and globe) in the center of expeditious modernization whose occupants often fail to attain true intimacy. Since this idea is translated so well, this makes Ichikawa's "Tony" a timeless masterpiece.
Becky B (jp) wrote: Cute film.Wouldn't give it anymore than a 2 1/2 or 3 stars though. It's not fantastic at all
Eliabeth R (it) wrote: I really liked this one.
bill s (fr) wrote: I really wanted to like this but campy overly acted shit just isn't my thing.
Adrian B (kr) wrote: Mac Sledge (Robert Duvall) is a former singer/songwriter who has moved into the quiet Texas prairies and married a widowed woman named Rosa Lee (Tess Harper). His past involves several previous wives that ended in divorce, which were related to alcohalism. With his previous ex-wife, he had a daughter to whom they had seen for seven years. They finally met again during the film, but there relationship was cut short due to tragedy (which I will let the viewers find out if they care to watch this). The film has a lot heart, but at times is very slow. There is not enough tension to generate discussion, albeit there are some virtues which include a couple of nice songs. It is alright, but not really anything special and I am not sure if Duvall deserved Best Actor for his role.
Sean C (kr) wrote: William Castle are always pretty fun. This one has some actually very funny murder scenes and kind of a ham handed ending. It was definitely his take off of Psycho. I like the fear monitor gimmick near the end. I heard that when the movie came out William Castle would offer a way out for the audience member before seeing the end of the movie if they were too scared. The fear monitor would be shown on screen to give the audience members a chance to leave the theatre. Of course, after awhile people would go see the movie and stay in the theatre for the second show and leave before the end just to get there money back, so Castle started colour-coding the tickets per show. That guy came up with some great gimmicks. Too bad no one does that stuff anymore.
Lacey R (de) wrote: Terrible...it's a Sharknado disaster.
Bill W (ru) wrote: Everyone involved in this production should be tried for crimes against humanity. It has a fabululous cast but oh what a horrible waste of time. My ex girlfriend liked this movie and made me watch it. I'm not saying it was the main reason we broke up, but it may have been a contributing factor. There is a special level in hell reserved for the worst people where this movie is shown on an endless loop.
Sebastian M (it) wrote: I found this movie to be a very captivating experience, with it's great characters and unrelenting action. The story was very well thought out and executed, yet it can still be said that it did skip some essential dialogue. All in all it was a very good movie.