Haley is a naturally gifted athlete but, with her social behavior, the teen seems intent on squandering her abilities. After a final brush with the law, a judge sentences her to an elite gymnastics academy run by a legendary, hard-nosed coach. Once there, Haley's rebellious attitude wins her both friends and enemies.
- Category:Sport, Comedy, Drama
- Stars:Jeff Bridges, Missy Peregrym, Vanessa Lengies, Nikki SooHoo, Maddy Curley, Kellan Lutz, John Patrick Amedori, Mio Dzakula, Svetlana Efremova, Jon Gries, Gia Carides, Tarah Paige, Polly Holliday, Julie Warner, Annie Corley,
- Country:Germany, USA
- Director:Jessica Bendinger,
- Writer:Jessica Bendinger
Haley Graham is forced to return to the regimented world of gymnastics after a run-in with the law. Enrolled in an elite gymnastics program run by the legendary Burt Vickerman, Haley's rebellious attitude gives way to something that just might be called team spirit. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(au) wrote: Must see. Way to go Mexican artists. Keep it coming
(br) wrote: This is a film that defines a decade. A century. It's one of the most beautiful love stories ever told.
(us) wrote: Kim Jong Il is a major dick hole!
(ru) wrote: Another slow paced war film.
(jp) wrote: I can't rate this cause I saw it when I was young but I really want to watch it again.
(fr) wrote: Overall this was a good movie, but I don't think I'll ever watch it again. It kept me entertained for a couple hours but it wasn't really memorable.
(fr) wrote: This is a gloriously sleazy and lurid thriller from master of controversy William Friedkin, concerning Al Pacino's cop going undercover into the world of gay SnM clubs in order to find a serial killer, it's a somewhat misguided film in it's sometimes ridiculous and seedy depiction of gay culture as something dark and fearful that is having a bad effect on our protagonist, trying to fight the closeted side of himself. But its such a confrontational and graphic movie, both in it's depictions of the giallo esc splatter killings and the (sometimes real) gay sex, plus it's grimy look at early 80's new york, that it remains compulsive and brilliantly nasty viewing that you cant rip your eyes off. A particular highlight is Pacino's hilarious dancing and a truly bizarre scene that i still cant get my head around were a massive, nearly naked black guy bitch slaps a dude in a police station.
(au) wrote: No 'Shaun of the Dead', but still fun and cute. Honor Blackman and Alan Ford are hilarious.
(fr) wrote: The Book of Eli is directed by the Hughes Brothers, and it stars Denzel Washington, Gary Oldman, and Mila Kunis in a apocalyptic film about a man who was told to bring a specific book to the west, while having to deal with people that are willing to take his book away from him, whatever it takes. I was going to type the review earlier on as I was watching this film months ago, but I didn't get to finish it as the movie expired on demand from DirecTV. Luckily it doesn't matter as I managed to finally get to finish the film recently, and I'm surprised that I didn't get to watch it earlier on as this is honestly a fantastic film. Denzel Washington is probably a bit more subdued in this than his usual roles that he plays, but he's still great in it as an intimidating person that really shouldn't be messed around with as he's on a mission. Gary Oldman is always having a fun time playing a bad guy, although he doesn't play it over the top as his character plays as a relaxed man that wants to get a specific book that he had in his childhood, so you weren't quite sure at first whether he's a bad guy or not. I was a bit worried that Mila Kunis was going to act as the annoying sidekick to Denzel Washington's character, but there was never a moment that I didn't find her annoying in this, and actually felt sorry for her as the movie progresses. I really like apocalyptic setting that it takes place at because it looks very genuine, and it kind of looks pretty with the nice shots that they use for the mostly lifeless world that the characters have to live in. This is Atticus Ross's first featured length film as a composer, and it made it feel like he has done this before, which he kind of did in a segment in New York, I Love You, but not as a full length movie, which he did amazing in this with Leopold Ross and Claudia Sarne that brings in a lot of life and oomph to the empty world that the movie gives in to. The action scenes are a lot of fun to watch with the camera going around or in the action from what the other characters are doing, which I haven't seen that lately, and it has a lot of style in them that I really like. The writing by Gary Whitta is well written that kept me interested in what's going on, and I was surprised to find out that it's the same person that co-wrote a very boring film called After Earth with M. Night Shyamalan. I know some people had problems with the plot, but I thought it was fine, and while it might reach its grasp with some viewers, it didn't bother me and kept being invested with the film. I remember that there was going to be a twist at the end, but I wasn't quite sure what it was, which made me guess some answers. When it got there, I was close, but was wrong, and I liked the twist that it brought me. I was honestly surprised at how much I enjoyed it, knowing that it didn't do well critic and user review wise, but I guess The Book of Eli was more of my taste than I thought, so I think it's a very underrated film for that one.
(de) wrote: james carville's cnn commentary means so much more now. and mary matalin, albeit republican, is a great speaker! if only hill and bill had more kids so we could live through a classic clinton campaign for every generation!
(ru) wrote: Enjoyable farce around the Beatles debut appearance in the USA, with a great mix of comedy, buffoonery and satire surrounding their most fanatical fans.