Jarring Jack Jackson, the greatest football player in Ridgefield College history, is disappointed that his only son Junior is an uncoordinated, allergy-ridden bookworm. He uses his athletic reputation and standing as #1 alumni contributor to pressure the coach to take Junior on the team. In addition, he pays the tuition of Junior's financially needy classmate Bill Baker, a potential all-American, with the understanding that he will room with Junior and mentor him athletically and socially. Junior's initial efforts as quarterback prove disastrous and further complications arise when the room mates both fall in love with the same co-ed. Plot complications become critical as the climactic homecoming game approaches.
The greatest player in Ridgefield College history uses his influence and reputation to get his only son, a sickly, uncoordinated nerd, on the college football team with comic results. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
David D (au) wrote: So unentertaining and pointless
John F (ca) wrote: I watch and love disaster movies for the awesome destructive sight of a natural disaster, cool effects, exciting action... this has those things.It's not perfect, but very entertaining... as a movie it does have it's problems and that holds me back from giving it a higher rating, but it's still alot of fun.... though I recommend you watch the full version as it is far superior to the mega cut down release.
Jackson S (us) wrote: Walt Disney's Bambi is the most respected Disney Movie (the respect coming from the professional Movie academies and Disney itself)Why would they release this piece of mediocre bull honkey?
Ken D (ru) wrote: It's such a thin line between clever and stupid. Wet Hot American Summer's director David Wain seem to have found the right balance with the help of his brilliant cast.
Lewis H (ru) wrote: If anyone ever doubts or questions the fact that Marlon Brando was the greatest actor to ever grace the big screen, all you need to do is direct them to a dvd player, a tv and a copy of "Last Tango In Paris".Although it is not for the squeamish, impressionable or easily shocked, Last Tango should be viewed by everyone who has even a passing interest in cinema.Not only does it contain Brando's magnificent acting but also Storraro's legendary cinematography. This is truly a masterpiece. Every scene is a work of art.
Kurt C (fr) wrote: Wonderfully quirky!!!
Tiberio S (kr) wrote: Wildly entertaining. This quickly became one of my all-time favorite movies. I won't try to explain the poetry, because I can't. But I feel the character Salieri so deep in my bones it's frightening. Envy, jealousy, desperation to become what one simply is not, beheld by the genius that is Mozart. And how the film is made to speak to a conventional audience, not mired in cliche accents or period dialogue; it speaks to us today. I am not a lover of period dramas, though most anyone knows my deepest regards for Barry Lyndon. This is just as incredible an experience. There's this grand piece Salieri puts together with lots of characters, a real epic, and the followup reaction of Mozart, who condescendingly admires the work. But we don't even need to hear Mozart say this, because hearing the flatness behind the grandiosity of the work intercut with the serious passion of Salieri and Mozart's conniving mockery watching from above tells us the whole story. We get this sense of embarassment that one would feel going to a Michael Bay explosion fest - I got nothing, so make it bigger. Salieri's music is not bad at all, it's good, but simple and acting like other pieces. Mozart's are trying to break free of the mold, applying contexts relevant to his circumstances; it empowers the meaning of his music while offering a justification for Salieri's humiliation and envy. Salieri is more powerful politically, but not half the genius. And it's worsened by the feeling that Salieri had to fight his family to become what he wanted, praying for his father's death, while Mozart built it in his blood, growing up with it and being nurtured by his family. Salieri realizes Mozart was destined for legacy, and he couldn't stand not feeling part of it. What a fabulous historical fiction.
Ryan S (br) wrote: As emotionally satisfying as it is visually stunning, "Bambi" has it all. It is up there as one of Disney's best animated feature films.
Jesse F (us) wrote: A surprising good family flick, thanks to charming performances from it's leads and Rodriguez's direction.