The 4th Tenor
A restaurant owner falls in love with an opera singer and, desperate to impress her, travels to Italy to learn how to sing.
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Eric H (ag) wrote: "For a Good Time, Call..." is an explicit and gross comedy, putting sex (and sex toys) in your face to make you laugh. It has got many jokes, over the top phone sex and a somewhat contrived emotional subplot. The ending of how the two girls end up is rather unexpected, even though there are hints to it earlier. Justin Long is quite unconvincing as a gay character though. He tries hard to be camp but he is not quite there. I am a little surprised to see actresses put toys into their mouths for a non-porn film, as a screen cap of that with the wrong caption can send an entirely different message. It's a light hearted and fun comedy, just don't take it too seriously
Carly M (de) wrote: Utter waste of time.
Robert G (gb) wrote: Greatest Stoner Movie Ever!
Angela S (fr) wrote: I just wasted precious time of my life on "The Wicked." It was okay until the main characters came into contact with the witch. From that point on it fell completely flat. It was like running on a treadmill. Literally! They kept running and ending up in the same place in the same situation. How many times can a person get caught. There was no suspense and I was hoping for a better story on the witch. I think it started out decent and the movie could have had potential, but it seems like someone got lazy in the process. Needless to say my children called it, and I quote, "LAME!" I agree. On a good note though, there is some good looking actors/actresses in this film too bad they're acting was subpar and borderline corny at times. Bottom line, if you are super bored and need to pass time then watch The Wicked. If you value your time then skip it!
David A (de) wrote: (from The Watermark 06/08/96) Goldberg plays Eddie (short for Edwina), a die-hard New York Knicks fan. When the team is bought by a Texan tycoon (Langella), the current manager walks, and Langella seizes a golden opportunity: make Goldberg the coach and watch the publicity fly about the first female NBA coach. And, of course, maybe she might help the team. And guess what? She does! Back in Sister Act mode, Whoopi pinpoints all of the players' weak spots and helps them fix their personal lives, and their playing. Yes, it's formulaic, and gets hokey at the end, but the overall film is a lot of fun and entertains nonetheless. Whoopi is in top form, and most importantly, the movie doesn't get bogged down with the technicalities of the sport. (Hey, if I could follow it, anyone can.) The team is played by actual NBA players, who are surprisingly good at acting. The best points of the film are when Whoopi chews them out for being too caught up in their endorsements, album deals, and general pomposity. The underlying message is that the game itself and the community pride it ignites is what's truly important. Queer Quotient: Gay people in a sports flick? Never!
Adam R (es) wrote: (First and only viewing - 7/18/2008)
Collette R (fr) wrote: Made me realize once again how great is God. Exeptional cinematography aswell!
Jon K (ag) wrote: An older not well known movie, but has a lot of emotional moments and a happy ending.
Lauren R (ca) wrote: An interesting take on time travel with added romance. Reeves is great in this, such a different role for him.
Chris D (nl) wrote: Great Disney classic....