The executive producers of High School Musical keep the good times rolling with this upbeat musical comedy set in the one place every American teenager's home away from home - the local shopping mall. Ally (Nina Dobrev) is an optimistic adolescent singer/songwriter whose hard working mother owns the mall music shop frequented by every teen in town. When Ally shares her music with Joey (Rob Mayes), a janitor in the mall who harbors rock star ambitions, she is thrilled to find someone who can truly relate to her songs as well as her heart. Trouble looms on the horizon, however, in the form of the mall owner's spoiled rotten daughter Madison (Autumn Reeser). Madison is the kind of girl who's used to getting whatever she wants, and what she wants now could prove disastrous for both Ally's ambitions, and her mother's popular music store.
A musical romantic comedy set at a mall and focused on the relationship between two young musicians and their respective personal and professional struggles. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
David A (it) wrote: This is one of those movies that has an intriguing title, but only the last 20 minutes of the movie deliver what the title suggests. It has its amusing sequences, but I was kind of disappointed at the lack of any serious "YUSSSS!!!" moments.
Roselyne R (es) wrote: Un film portrait emouvant ou une femme d'exception (elle aura 98 ans le jour de Nol :) avec une grande force de caractere, creative, inventive, sauvage, insaisissable, totalement avant gardiste, se confie ouvertement a tous. Ce documentaire fait un bilan de la vie de Louise Bourgeois, il nous donne le got et le parfum de cette artiste attachante, on est vite pris dans les toiles de ses araignees geantes et internationales. La retrospective de mars 2008 Beaubourg nous avait permis de voir 200 de ses oeuvres...
Helen H (ag) wrote: Incredible movie. This is certainly one of my favourites. Gorgeous use of symbolism, unique animation, beautifully subtle storytelling, everything is wonderful. This movie expects insight from the viewer, which I adore. The action is exciting but the deeper messages about good/evil, brotherhood, and love are meaningful. This movie is artistic and compelling. I highly recommend it!
changed a (ca) wrote: loved it love it always will and own it
Anthony M (kr) wrote: Liberty Heights is a brilliant coming of age story, set in an era that we most probably (well, I hope) won't ever go through again, with racial segregation prominant. It tells the story of 2 brothers from a Jewish family, who find they are falling for two girls from completely different walks of life. One is an African American, the other a popular girl from a different school who has some of her own demons to face. Written and directed by Barry Levinson, he creates a charming and brilliantly written story. Backed by brilliant performances by Adrian Brody and Ben Foster makes for a really humour and entertaiing film. Adrian Brody is without a doubt one of my favourite actors and adds a certain charm I haven't seen him do before. Ben Foster plays the more humour role, especially in the scene where he dresses as Hitler for Halloween, I was howling. Other strong performances bv Joe Mantegna, Rebekah Johnson and Bebe Neuwirth as their father, Nate, African American girl, Sylvia and their mother, Ada respectively. All adding sufficient depth to all of the characters. While the film is quite a funny one, I find there its there trying to mask other the serious aspect of the film. Which is without a doubt racial segregation and themes of racism. While the film doesn't provoke any sort of major racist themes, it deals mainly with familys perceptions rather than director discrimination which is a very subtle and touching way to deal with a strong subject which even 50 years later, is still extremely prominent. Liberty Heights is a very enjoyable film, brilliantly written and very well acted. I'd recommend this to anyone who wants a film with some depth and humour.
Barney o (br) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: Like any great sequel should, but frankly rarely does, 'Toy Story 2' re-captures the magic of the first film whilst adding to it in lots of new and exciting ways. Primarily, this is thanks to the new plot which is far more 'high-stakes' for our characters; bringing them each onto new levels of development. However, the joy of it all is that the brilliant humour, great animation and touching themes are most definitely back in force as well.WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: It could be argued that some of the simpler emotional charm is lost.VERDICT: 'Toy Story 2' might just be better than the first film. And that's saying something.
Li N (mx) wrote: An epic adventure spanning like 5 decades throughout the lives od sisters Sarah & Euphemia, and Euphemia's childhood friend Georgia. Has romance, lots of adventure & danger, and many dramatic themes. Pretty good, but something keeps the characters from being fully engaging!
Nick F (fr) wrote: With a great cast, unique script and fantastic directing Quentin Tarantino uses his detailed screenwriting and inventive directing technique to make a hyper stylized heist movie that redefines the genre while staying true to what makes it great.
Ethan G (kr) wrote: How terrible can a film get? A disgusting story with one of the worst actors in history, Randy Quaid, this film is a very bad film.
Scott R (ru) wrote: Had to see the classic.
Stella D (ag) wrote: the director seemingly couldn't decide between creepy thriller and light hearted romance so the tone of the film is confusing. i'm not a fan of victor mature, tho he has a great noir face, his acting is too often over the top. betty grable is a lightweight who can't handle drama at all well, and is shown up here by carole landis in one of her few substantial roles. the real reason to see the film is laird cregar whose performance is easily worth 3 stars
Ninjaw P (ru) wrote: J'avais jamais vu ce classique de Madonna, il a plutot tres bien vieilli, fort sympathique ce NYC new wave des annees 80
Gabriella T (fr) wrote: Loved it! It is a masterpiece, the story keeps you interessed until the end.