A group of Catholic school friends, after being caught drawing an obscene comic book, plan a heist that will outdo their previous prank and make them local legends. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys
A group of Catholic school friends, after being caught drawing an obscene comic book, plan a heist that will outdo their previous prank and make them local legends.
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Nicki M (es) wrote: Slight, but enjoyable. A young girl lives at home with her flaky mother and obnoxious grandmother. Her gay father has left and her mother insists on homeschooling her and her brother. Shows her finding her independence and all the little set backs with first jobs and life in general. I liked it.
Valerie P (gb) wrote: Oddly, I seem to be in line with the critics on this one. It's the kind of movie that you really have no reason to see, as it will do nothing whatsoever to enhance your life, expand your mind, or even amuse you. I would honestly only bother if you are down to watching this or staring at a wall.It may seem a harsh critique but the script just doesn't fly. Jess Weixler, cast in the main role, is so deadpan she is the very embodiment of boredom. I know that just watching her made me yawn on more than one occasion. She is now typecast in my mind as extremely dull, so she will have to do some fairly amazing acting in future to change my opinion.It's pretty sad when Jesse Eisenberg (whom I just don't find to be heartthrob material, no matter how much people harp on about "the anti hunk"), is the bright spot in a film. That bright spot, however, is more of a dull spark.Some films are just a waste of time.
Karen Eliabeth M (es) wrote: Wasn't a big fan. It didn't stick with the story line very well.
Derrick D (it) wrote: Laura Vandervoort is the only reason I watched this terrible movie. And she disappears for most of Act 3. The acting is pretty bad and plot twist is so blatant. I can't believe I've wasted this many words on such a crappy movie.... Hawaii looks nice though.
Karly A (ag) wrote: One of, if not THE most hilariously bad movies ever.
Phil P (au) wrote: The sequel to the much loved and critically acclaimed Ghost in the Shell. Innocence kicks off a few years after the events of the first film (i think). Focusing this time on Batou and his new partner Togusa as they look at series of murders committed by dolls which takes them again to question humanity, existence and whether or not what is perceived as real is actually real and not a simulation. Innocence can be argued as being even more convoluted than the last and it is - but some reason to me it makes sense. Hard to explain i know but i understand the confusing plot and even some of the philosophical quotes. The animation this time around is more complex and the character design and plot are as well. The scale of the story this time around is greater offering more varied locations. Howvere at times it feels flat and like the first some scenes and dialogue are pointless and add nothing. innocence may not be as unique as the first and is arguably more confusing as well but the central plot travels further and has a better sense of scale. Despite a lower score for innocence i actually prefer the sequel to the original.
Ryan C (fr) wrote: It's a lot like Dick Tracy, but slightly R-rated and way worse.
Alberto M (au) wrote: A masterclass in acting, direction and editing. John Cassavettes was truly one of the best american director in the last century.
Luca D (it) wrote: Viene identificato come un thriller sexy, in realt c' poco di thriller (la storia l bella spiattellata e non c' molto da intuire) e di sexy c' qualche scena hot ma manca lo charme e quel detto non detto, i giochi di sguardi etc etc, in tal senso l'unica scena degna di nota quella nel poster, ovvero lei vestita da cameriera che pulisce la vasca.Bastava una sufficienza, ma il finale con lei che brucia a mo di "giobia" fa cadere il voto.
Devon W (nl) wrote: A fine example of a good bad movie. I feel guilty that I actually chuckled a few times.
Cait S (ru) wrote: "Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You" captures how being an introverted teenager feels TO the teenager. Much of the conflict lies in the internal battle the protagonist has with himself, though the dysfunction in the world around him (i.e. his crazy family) amplifies his feelings of not belonging. The lead, Toby Regbo, displays phenomenal prowess in his portrayal of the confused James, who seems to be drowning in the struggles of being 17.That being said, one needs to enter the film in an independent / art film frame of mind. Though focusing on a high school protagonist, this isn't "Superbad" or "Mean Girls" where the concrete goals are getting the girl/guy or throwing the best party of their high school lives. "Someday" is more subtle, an emotional look at how one teenager's isolation truly feels like the end of the world to him. And who hasn't felt that at one point?