Tan Lines

Tan Lines

From the sun-drenched beaches of Australia comes this sexy coming-of-age romance. Cute teen Midget Hollow (Jack Baxter) wanders through life riding big waves and partying with surfer boys. ...

From the sun-drenched beaches of Australia comes this sexy coming-of-age romance. Cute teen Midget Hollow (Jack Baxter) wanders through life riding big waves and partying with surfer boys. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tan Lines torrent reviews

Ian M (fr) wrote: unexpected good and interesting

Digger N (fr) wrote: While Stake Land could have been a generic post apocalyptic movie, it exceeds the overdone premise with excellent characters and enough action to keep ypu on the edge of your seat. This movie has character unlike the vast majority of the other films that populate the horror section on Netflix.Solid film 8/10

Rick S (nl) wrote: Wish i had NEVER returned

Philipp H (br) wrote: Ich kann mich nicht entscheiden. Entweder der Film bekommt ein paar Punkte fr die Bilder und die Musik und die Collagen-Technik. Oder gar keinen Punkt, weil sonst nicht viel geboten wird. Zu oft bekommt man das Gefhl, dass eine Touristin die schnsten Locations der Stadt einfach abgeknipst hat. So verlsst sich Coixet darauf, dass die Atmo schon alles richten wird.

Andres G (ag) wrote: Good atmosphere, historic scenario and location. Not well worked, should be much better with those ingredients. Sometimes even boring ...

Ashley Y (ag) wrote: i think it would be funnier if I actually watch the stage performance. couldn't be more agreeable to the biggest waste of dick comment from one of the review, i think i would have more fun reading the books than watching this "movie".

Robert A (br) wrote: A very interesting look into the history and life of Joy Division. If you like music, you need to do yourself a favor and sit down and watch this one.

Kassy S (ru) wrote: this movie seems good. i'm not sure if it's set in war times but oh well. i'd give this one a chance.

Mark Y (gb) wrote: Amazing film get past the dated look and you see a heart warming ,very funny, well acted a very good all rounder . especially love the Bobby scenes as well as dealing with dementia . little robots that build things what more can I say

Ari S (mx) wrote: The 2nd installation doesn't quite live up to the first however still fresh and packed with fun. Short round and Indy have a wonderful adventure that takes them through India and the Temple Of Doom. The female lead isn't half as good or have as much chemistry as in Raiders but overall an entertaining adventure nonetheless.

Chelsea L (it) wrote: I wouldn't say this is the worst film I have ever seen, however in the world of "Orca movies" it ranks as both a "classic" and as well as one of the worse stories about an orca. This is a classic because by watching this film you are literally watching the first orca to ever have a movie made around him. The story of Namu is by far one of the most interesting things to happen in the past 50 years, more interesting than the story that the movie insists on showing. Namu wasn't just the first orca to have his own movie, he was also the first orca to successfully be in captivity for almost a year, he was the first orca to have a show where he preformed, but, most importantly, he was the first orca to swim with a human being. Before Namu came along orcas were feared much in the same way we fear sharks. Many people believed them to be vicious pests that competed with fisherman but would also kill anything that happened to fall into the water with them nearby. To say that this orca, and anything associated with him is incredibly important to the human-orca relationship would be an understatement. That doesn't excuse this terrible movie. This movie is rather pretentious. It tries to push this message about the beauty of nature and how evil man with his greed and inability for compassion and understanding will ruin innocent creatures such as Namu and his mate. Yes, this is VERY much an early green-peace movie that just insists on hitting you over the head with its environmental message. The song that opens up this movie pretty much sums it up with it's folksy tune and clunky lyrics: "Live and let live, let nature be your teacher. Respect the lives of your fellow creature. Live and let live, whatever you do. And always remember the killer whale, Namu." (Yes, I do have that memorized...it never leaves.) I really wish I could explain the story, but there really isn't much of one. The orca is captured by humans. But they don't know what to do with it. A girl comes along and "understands" the creature. And soon they set out to free the whale. The end. It doesn't help that this story was rushed...the filming was rushed...everything was rushed. Namu was the first orca...sorry, KILLER WHALE to ever swim with a human being. This is the modern equivalent someone jumping into a tank with a crocodile and all the croc does is let the guy ride on his back like some reptilian jet ski. Everyone was trying to make money off this amazing event.So, if you really love orcas and are fascinated by one of the most pivotal moments in human-orca history, I don't think I have to say you should see it. For everyone else, you might want to avoid this one.

EWC o (fr) wrote: Top notch action, likeable characters, and gleefully over the top squibs

Grant H (ag) wrote: Awesome movie. David Wain and Michael Showalter have created a film that is so self-aware of what it is and how bad it is, it's hilarious. It's an outrageous parody/spoof/new entry into the rom-com genre, and there's never a dull moment, supported by fantastic performances from its entire ensemble cast.