The Diary of a Teenage Girl
Minnie Goetze is a 15-year-old aspiring comic-book artist, coming of age in the haze of the 1970s in San Francisco. Insatiably curious about the world around her, Minnie is a pretty typical teenage girl. Oh, except that she’s sleeping with her mother’s boyfriend.
The Diary of a Teenage Girl tells the story of Minnie Goetze, a teenager in 1976 San Francisco who, while living with her free-loving mother in a kind of indulgence-happy bohemia, enters into an affair with her said mother's boyfriend. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(gb) wrote: The base story that is the attack on 26/11 itself was so strong that it created a lot of interest with the people of India or world. All that needed was to film to make it real. The start was superb and went on quite good till the intermission. Then the movie focused towards Kasab n the Police Officer. There was no mention of Nariman Point, Oberoi Hotel and the involvement of media which was crucial part of the 3-day attack. Again you can't know which attack happened when and went for how many hours. That should have mentioned. Instead, the movie sent a message for the terrorists, which is also good. But the movie could have been better in many ways like Zero Dark Thirty.
(br) wrote: Jake Huard (James Franco) es un chico de clase social baja que al terminar la escuela solo ve futuro en su trabajo en los astilleros de la ciudad. Sin embargo, una oportunidad se le presentar para ingresar en una de las ms prestigiosas escuelas militares de los Estados Unidos, la Academia Naval de Annapolis. Los altos estndares y niveles de exigencia de la escuela crearn un clima duro e incmodo para los reclutas. Los estudiantes de primer ao de la Academia sufrirn la rudeza de sus superiores, quienes tratarn de probar de que estn hecho cada uno de los reclutas. Jake tratar de motivarse para lograr algo ms grande en su vida que trabajar en los muelles. En la Academia encontrar una rivalidad incmoda y al lmite del reglamento con el Teniente Cole (Tyrese Gibson), su comandante superior quien constantemente presiona a Jake para llevarlo a sus lmites de resistencia para ver si puede convertirse en un soldado. Huard descubrir que hay ms que seguir rdenes en la Escuela Naval, que se requiere principios y una voluntad inquebrantable para alcanzar sus objetivos. Su amistad con la bella Ali (Jordana Brewster) le aadirn un poco de romance a la historia. // Jake Huard (James Franco) is a low class young man who works the shipyard of his small town, he achieves to access to one of the most prestigious military schools in the United States, the Naval Academy in Annapolis. The high standards of the school create a tough and hectic environment for the recruits. Those in the freshman class suffer the roughness of their superioes who try to test of what are made everyone of them. Jake tries to encourage himself in order to achieve higher goals than working in the docks. In the Naval Academy he will find a strong rivalry with Lt. Cole (Tyrese Gibson), his training commander, who keeps pushing Jake to the limit to see if he has the material to become a soldier. Jake will discover than being in the Navy is more than following order but it requires strong principles and an unbrekable will. His friendhisp with his commander, Ali, (Jordana Brewster), will add some romance to the plot.
(kr) wrote: This movie is really dumb and it doesn't have the magic of its three predecessors. I really dont like it
(jp) wrote: An exploration of the dark side of Japanese corporate culture.
(ag) wrote: This movie has achieved cult status over time enough so that Netflix just released 8 episodes of a "prequel" season and I kind of understand why. There are some hilarious bits in this movie but there is also a bunch of stupid crap and an uncomfortably gay scene with Bradley Cooper and Michael Ian Black that still turns my stomach to this day. Great cast though and still a lot of laughs if you fast forward that one scene.
(ca) wrote: Looks like it could be a good movie, will keep my eyes peeled.
(kr) wrote: The only reason I watched House Party 3 was because it starred Chris Tucker. Plus, I heard it was the worst of the House Party film series so I figured watching it first would only make the first two better. I made mistakes.The DVD copy of House Party 3 I got had three names on the cover: Kid, Play and Chris Tucker. Tucker had about 5 seconds on screen and that was it. I was misled and disappointed.That being said, House party relies on stereotypical characters and (I'm assuming) humour killed after the first two. It has few laughs and was just pointless, as well as Barely having anything to do with a bachelor party, but rather the planning of it.The few positives would be that this was a simple film and easy to watch, and it was chill. It occasionally had laughs and had a great ending where Kid 'n Play did an epic rap. I really liked that part and the song got stuck in my head. Plus, House Party 3 got me liking Kid 'n Play and I'm fairly eager to see the first two house party films. So House Party 3 wasn't that good, but it was decent and had good rappers.
(ru) wrote: I thought it was a very beautiful movie. The set backs they face and the challenges they must over come to learn more about just what really matters. I loved it and will watch any time it is on.
(de) wrote: this beautifully photographed film exists in its own world (within ours), works both as exploitation fare and as "serious" art, and delivers plenty of hilarious out-of-context dialogue. truly unique!
(mx) wrote: I know you want us to take this seriously, but you are trying to make us afraid of bunny rabbits.
(it) wrote: Onderhoudend filmke, niet echt bioscoopmateriaal, maar heb hem uitgekeken...