When Allie (Danielle Evon Ploeger) returns home during her final college summer break, she doesn't anticipate staying long, but that all changes when there's a death in the family and Allie inherits her childhood home. Her life-long BFF, Kenzie (Kelsey Thomas) helps her deal with her loss, and other family drama, by forcing her to join The Browncoats, the team she captains in the small town's co-ed softball league. Kenzie's advice for Allie is simple... When life sucks, just grab your glove, and grab a ball. Everything just sort of fades away when you're playing catch.
Julia C (kr) wrote: actor, director, writer's young son. Frankly, if I could, I'd give it a minus 3 stars. That's how badly I disliked it. There was nothing "happy" about it.
Johnny M (es) wrote: Will watch it if it's free? But will not pay to see it!
Rees R (mx) wrote: Dumb fun I found amusing.
Benjamin K (nl) wrote: Good ideas, great scenes... but a little empty at times.
Christian L (jp) wrote: How anyone can think this film anything other than pointless is beyond me. It's like those episodes of Dallas which turned out to be a dream. People telling you about their dreams is bad enough but watching someone's dream - stop it, stop it now. There's nothing you can say when someone tells you about a dream apart from 'oh really'. Yes dreams are odd, that's the point. This film is odd because it is a dream, one could have watched anything in this dream, McGregors character could have been a waiter, big deal, who cares? Waste of time and money. Don't believe the Lynch comparisons, this is daft not genius.
Masorad (gb) wrote: Democracy? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!!
Iac V (gb) wrote: Well what an excellent romantic dramedy. I just witnessed this for the first time and I was enthralled with this film. Zach braff did a fantastic job as a first time director showing restraint and getting quality work out of a diverse cast. My favorite performance in the film was by Natalie Portman who gave an offbeat performance and gave the film a boost the second she came on screen. This film is an excellent example of why I love romantic dramedies when they're well done with heart. They can have so much depth when the chemistry between the leads is so dynamic as it was here between Braff and Portman. Garden State provided an excellent script combined with winning performances and just enough charm consistently throughout that made this a memorable film.
Rumsoaked (nl) wrote: not kevin and scott's best film but it's worth watching.
Ethan B (br) wrote: Artistically brilliant
Julie K (it) wrote: A great movie, a must see.
Alexander C (es) wrote: Could watch this sometime if i can find.
Drago C (au) wrote: A spectacularly stupid and hilarious movie starring a horrible puppet and the man who played Grizzly Adams. Featuring Nazis, witches, a laugh-out-loud bad puppet and some of the most bafflingly hilarious side-characters Elves is a Christmas must-see bad movie
Jesse O (ru) wrote: I'm an absolute elitist when it comes to watching movies in their original language. I can't stand it when I have to watch a dubbed version of a film. The issues I have with it basically have to do with the voice over not matching up to what's going on on-screen. Sometimes the voice-overs are so bad that I end up disliking the movie because of it. In this movie I made an exception for the shitty dubbing, and let me tell you it was pretty terrible, but it's not like the movie had such dynamic acting that it would've made much of a difference. And since the story itself is very cheesy, the bad voice over only added to its charm. Thankfully there are some awesome action scenes to more than make up for what it lacks. Jackie Chan, and his stunt team, did some incredible shit back in the day. It was a very fast paced and physical fighting style. Guys would get dropped on their back from considerable heights. There was the scene at the clock tower, and I don't know how this was put together, if Jackie actually fell from the top of the tower to the floor, but he fell RIGHT on the top of his head. I really doubt he actually fell from that height, the fall would have been over 20 feet, since a fall like that on top of his head would most likely cripple a man. And he's not even the only one to do such dangerous stunts, there are several times where I flinched because I thought a man had been killed, not literally of course, but I most certainly thought some of them had been greatly injured. It's actually amazing, because Jackie Chan had a relatively long career doing these dangerous stunts. Granted, it's come back to bite him in the ass now, since his body is pretty much broken down. But yea the point is, the stunts in this film were pretty incredible and the fight scenes were fantastic. Especially the last fight between the evil pirate and several of the good guys. I imagine a scene like that had to be re-done a bunch of times with the fast pace that all guys were fighting at. But at least the scene plays out very smoothly and very exciting. Of course the movie does mix in physical comedy as well, and it's welcome in this type of movie. So really a very cheesy and corny plot, and shitty voice overs, keep this from being a very good movie but it's still a lot of fun to watch.
Leonard D (au) wrote: A hilarious tour de force, despite a few annoying moments here and there!
Coltin L (de) wrote: One of the most intriguing movies I have seen. In Time deserves a much higher rating than what it has been given. The concept of time as money is a warning of what could happen if money turned completely digital. Timberlake and Murphy fit perfectly as their opposing roles. This movie is incredible
Dan M (ru) wrote: A fun movie to watch, except for the singing. I'm not sure why such a big deal was made about Marilyn Monroe, since Jane Russell clearly is the better actress in this film. She steals the scenes with her intelligence, sass and sexuality. I found Monroe's character annoying, while Russell was enticing. I also thought it was interesting how openly Monroe and Russell portray their sexuality for a movie made in the early 50's.