Stag Night of the Dead
If the mysterious plague sweeping the nation wasn't bad enough, Dean is still going ahead with his doomed wedding tomorrow morning. That leaves him with a choice. Pick up the button holes and chocolate fountain as instructed by bridezilla, Elaine, or go with five mates (and a stripper) to play "Zomball" at a top secret military compound where you get to shoot zombies with huge stun guns. Disobeying the golden rule of Zomball ('never never humiliate a zombie') the stags face overwhelming odds from the massed undead and each stag is hunted down. The truth about Zomball is finally revealed and suddenly the mother-in-law is the least of Dean's problems....
- Stars:Sebastian Street, Sophie Lovell Anderson, Bruce Lawrence, James G. Fain, Joe Rainbow, Doug Grant, Rez Kempton, Jeff Rudom, Mike Busson, Brian Wheeler, Lily Brown, Jemma Lewis, Gavin Hatcher, Alison Hartnett, Angela Bull,
- Director:Neil Jones,
- Writer:Neil Jones
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Stag Night of the Dead torrent reviews
(it) wrote: An utterly dull and uninspiring REM/Radiohead music video featuring your favorite soundbites and meandering clips of Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss in airports.
(mx) wrote: It's an 80's sex com set in the early 90's( Think Porkys or Nerds or any of the plethora of videos that aped them, but with the gender roles reversed. More clever than people give it credit for.)A hell of a lot more fun than that HBO series with the chick who has, wrongly, crowned herself the Queen of comedy. Aubrey Plaza takes affirmative action and shows how much fun it can be(All the while looking askant at the world. There is awkwardness and the odd clunk, but that was part of the terrain we navigated before we all got sophisticated.Plus, it uses " laid" by James in an already pretty strong soundtrack. Switch off " Girls" and pop this in the VCR.
(mx) wrote: This is pretty bad stuff only just bearable because of big dolph. every other actor in this is so bad its as if they've never acted before. most prob havnt as it looks like this was filmed on a camcorder on a hill for the majority of it. the actions awful apart from big dolphs stuff. im kinda baffled how they got him in the 1st place?? this isnt even b grade stuff more like d, very disapointing.
(au) wrote: Good Time Max is the story of two brothers, Max and Adam. Both have genius intelligence. One is a doctor, the other a computer expert. Until drugs get involved and turn their lives around. It's a story about how we grow up and sometimes grow apart. The struggles we go through, and how no matter what, family is family. This film was written, directed, and starring James Franco. It was also dedicated to his own brother, making me think that perhaps in part he took from real life for this story. James Franco is an amazing and versatile actor, who has grown into his craft remarkably well. I really appreciated what he did for these two characters.I really enjoyed this movie. It did have a few slow moments, but it was still a moving story. I thought that James Franco and Matt Bell, who played Adam, had wonderful on screen chemistry. You really felt they were family, and could feel their pain and struggles. There were a few gross out moments, and some comic relief thrown in. All in all, I have to give Good Time Max a positive review. I was tired when I watched it, and it still managed to hold my attention. I would have to say it's worth the watch.
(it) wrote: After garnering a handful of Oscars and amassing more than a billion dollars in ticket sales with 1997's Titanic, James Cameron elected to take a break from dominating the box office to document a historic trip. Clearly, the filmmaker was not content with the time he'd already spent on the Titanic story, so for 2003's Ghosts of the Abyss he travelled back to Titanic's resting place armed with IMAX cameras and the latest in underwater submersible technology. Documentaries prior to Ghosts of the Abyss had offered glimpses at the Titanic wreck which lies at the bottom of the North Atlantic, but this is the most penetrating, spellbinding view of the wreckage so far - it offers audiences and historians the definitive glimpse of the aftermath of one of the most notorious disasters in human history. It's a nice companion piece to Cameron's Titanic too, with the footage here serving as a grim addendum to the blockbuster.Ghosts of the Abyss chronicles James Cameron's 2001 expedition to explore the wreckage of the R.M.S. Titanic; the famous ocean liner (thought unsinkable) which struck an iceberg and sunk in 1912 on its maiden voyage. Accompanying Cameron for the expedition was actor Bill Paxton (also of Titanic fame) and artist Ken Marschall, among others. Using two specifically designed and equipped underwater bots nicknamed Jake and Elwood, the crew probed the insides of the sunken luxury liner in astonishing detail. Following the film's efficient opening segment that introduces us to the crew and the technology, we're taken down some 12,500 feet to the bottom of the North Atlantic. There is a lot of jaw-dropping footage to behold here of the eroded and broken Titanic; rooms were even explored that had not been seen by human eyes since the ship sunk. In order to help viewers discern where the team is within the wreckage at certain times, Cameron devised ghostly recreations in post-production which place historic scenes over the contemporary material. It's a masterful touch.The breathtaking images of the Titanic wreck constitute the film's most interesting moments, so it's a tad disappointing to report that the transitional scenes are awkward from time to time, and sometimes focus is taken away from the sunken ship. For instance, after one dive, a full five minutes is spent watching the crew as they struggle to bring the submarines up out of the water. Furthermore, the film loses steam towards the end when too much time is devoted to a rescue operation of the little bots. This was probably injected to add some action and suspense due to how expensive these machines are, yet this inclusion is extraneous - why should this rescue take precedence over the exploration of the graveyard for 1,500 souls? Interesting stuff, sure, but this material is best saved for a "making of" documentary. It's fortunate, then, that these inclusions are only minor, and the dead spots are rare. However the soundtrack choices are a tad skewiff, and threaten to turn the film into an unintended parody (for instance the use of Just the Two of Us when Jake and Elwood are rescued).Still, Ghosts of the Abyss is a haunting and fascinating experience. Paxton is an effective spectator whose asides of sheer wonderment will be shared by Titanic enthusiasts, while screen-time is also given to experts and professionals to supplement the on-screen information (most interesting are the discussions regarding facets of the disaster). At some point during the film, too, the adventure is hindered when the crew receive news of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Rather than avoiding the subject or smoothing it over, Cameron integrated it into the narrative in order to highlight the connection between 9/11 and the Titanic disaster, both of which will be remembered due to mankind's obsession with the lurid. Without question, Ghosts of the Abyss is a must-see for those who cannot get enough of Titanic lore.
(fr) wrote: Not there best but still fun!