You may also like
Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview torrent reviews
Eloise O (nl) wrote: I really did enjoy this more than I thought I would
Darlene M (us) wrote: I saw zero improvement in this 10-years later reboot - in fact I was longing for Toby's dorkiness when he looks in the mirror and realizes he's ripped and no longer needs glasses, plus that upside-down kiss.
RajanSatish P (br) wrote: One hell of a movie with no dull moments except for an unsettling ending
Cameron L (de) wrote: 30 year-old high school kids.
Felix V (au) wrote: It's like "Dogtown and Z-Boys" with spray cans, paintbrushes and cameras. I love it!
Brad H (ag) wrote: Men hot, movie not :down:
Sophia Q (ca) wrote: Entertaining in an unintelligent sort of way. You literally have to turn your brain off in order to enjoy it. It's pretty silly overall and damn retarded in parts. The highlight of the movie is the song "Loser," which made me laugh every time it came on. All the girls are just there as showpieces, but the only one who actually looks good is Deepika. The guys are all just about OK, Akshay obviously being the best. Barring "Loser," all the songs are unnecessary: especially "Dhanno," which is just retarded and random.Watch this on a rainy Sunday when you have absolutely nothing better to do.
Daniel R (ca) wrote: A widower sends messages by dumping them in this sea and a heartbroken writer falls in love with him. Yawn!
Evan H (kr) wrote: this movie deals more with a guy finding himself. I liked the story line and awesome hairstyles and clothing!
saby k (us) wrote: love story ( srk+ juhi chawla )
Brandon S (de) wrote: Maybe it's just because I was in the Navy but this movie speaks to me. As horrible as it is and as unrealistic as it comes off. This movie is actually a big hit among dudes. It's a surley and disjointed comedy that puts a rag-tag group of misfits against authority. A straightforward satire on the 90's military program. Just have fun with it.
Eric B (us) wrote: A 168-minutes police drama by Sidney Lumet, what's not to like?
Eric H (it) wrote: Much better than the original Game Of Death at using footage of Bruce lee in a film he didn't make. Old footage and new are exceptionally well matched together and often seem natural. Only the difference in film stock give it away in various scenes. Even the actor doubling Lee looks more like him and mimics his physical movement quite well. Fight choreography is by Yuen Woo Ping and raises this well above the typical chop-socky flick. Considering the low quality of most films in this genre, even it's cheesyness can't bring it down. Bruce Lee fans will be well pleased as long as they have realistic expectations. Not a masterpiece by far, but a lot of fun. As someone who can't get enough of martial arts movies, I loved it.
Anita L (nl) wrote: Liberate!!! With limits.
Kevin N (au) wrote: One of the pioneers of the great American western. A classic of the genre.
Drake O (ca) wrote: American Ninja, just an old skool ninja flick from the late 80's, early 90's....which had many sequels..The first movie of its kind, sure theres been a hella lot of imitators but none like this movie...Michael Dudikoff a far underrated actor of action movies from the late 80s and 90s...An American Ninja reboot anyone? Jason Statham? and hows a Michael Dudikoff cameo?
Connor G (es) wrote: Of all the 2012 parody style movies, this is by far the worst. There's really very little worthwhile, but it is fun once.