The Goob

The Goob

We’re in the middle of a heat-wave in Fenland England. Goob Taylor has spent each of his sixteen summers helping Mum run the transport cafe and harvest the surrounding beet fields. When Mum shacks up with swarthy stock-car supremo and ladies’ man gene Womack, Goob becomes an unwelcome side thought. However Goob’s world turns when exotic beet picker Eva arrives. Fuelled by her flirtatious comments, Goob dreams of better things.

Young Goob, 16 years old, returns home to his mother where he grew up in the countryside, between a small restaurant and a field of pumpkins. When his Mum shacks up with swarthy stock car driving supremo and ladies' man Gene Womack, Goob becomes an unwelcome side thought. However Goob's world turns when exotic pumpkin picker Eva arrives. Fuelled by her flirtatious comments, Goob dreams of better things. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Neil B (it) wrote: Started off good, lousy ending - think the writers must have got bored with it and rushed the ending!

Wendy G (es) wrote: I guess I feel like I'm taking crazy pills.First off, sorry if you didn't like the ending, but the movie is based on a true story... Now the POS has been arrested, but I digress.Well acted, with an end that leaves you angry and sick to your stomach... I was hoping and hoping that poor Katie wasn't gone, but... That wouldn't make a movie I suppose :(I would give this a watch.

Bruce R (nl) wrote: It is indeed a dumb comedy definitely not a great comedy let alone a great teen-sex comedy but aside from jumbled writing and sometimes eye rolling gags, Seth Green gives a great performance as an Amish man which gives most of the humor plus Clark Duke finds enough funny things to talk about. Also the teen duo that always flirts with every girl is quite funny and well done but overall the film is way to all over the place.

Megan B (br) wrote: The cut scenes and photo shoot are even funny.

Cecilie A (gb) wrote: It lacks story. It's boring as f.

Gagan B (gb) wrote: nice movie but not perfect

Joel R (kr) wrote: "I'm sure you'll get to love me as I love you."Nesta comdia romntica de Pedro Almodvar, (um ainda desconhecido do povo americano) Antonio Banderas interpreta um sujeito com instabilidades mentais que subitamente lhe v ser oferecida a liberdade do hospital onde permanecia preso. Confiante no que o corao lhe dita, a personagem de Banderas corre em busca da sua paixo de outros tempos, uma actriz que no se consegue distanciar do seu prprio passado como actriz de filmes pornogrficos. No tendo outra alternativa, este rapta a mulher e f-la refm na sua prpria casa. O que se segue um conjunto de peripcias engraadas, nunca com o objectivo de que se leve o filme a srio. uma comdia leve, um pouco tresloucada, diga-se de passagem, mas sempre com um lado mais humano presente, a fazer jus a toda a obra do mestre Almodvar.Um filme que poder servir de oportunidade queles que pretendem iniciar-se nas aventuras do realizador espanhol...

Nathan R (kr) wrote: Feels like a role Rourke was born to play. Aranofsky's films are always tough to watch but at the same time hard to turn away from, and this is no exception. It explores themes of forgiveness, fame and coming to terms with the past with a tragic script with Randy "The Ram" at the center embodying the celebrity fading from the spotlight

Paula C (us) wrote: She's a hard-boozing, bongo-loving, premarital sex having good time gal, with a hell of a sense of humor. The part where she throws her stuffed tiger at a bunch of journalists and asks to be called Bloody Babs the Tiger Woman can't be beat. The bongos really help drive everything, especially in parts where she wakes up in a cold sweat with bongos playing in her head.

Robert H (de) wrote: Jean-Claude Van Damme stars in another above-par DTV outing, and proves that he's still relevant (at least more relevant than Steven Seagal). There's nothing too special about the story, seeing as it's been done before in various forms (e.g., TAKEN). Even the cinematography isn't too unique, and has a washed-out palette that is all-too-common in these types of movies. But unlike TAKEN, this movie actually takes the time to develop its characters and give you reason to care about them. In other words, it's not all ass-kicking and one-liners (and in fact, there really isn't any humor). The run time is a little overlong (by about 15-20 minutes), but it's spent with characters you can identify with and a story that has some dramatic impact. Definitely for JCVD fans, but also for anyone looking to branch out beyond the middling action fare that Hollywood churns out nowadays.

Craig B (gb) wrote: I would love to say that Just Married is one of Ashton's missteps, but I'd be lying. I would have to dig down into the D-List bucket, deep down past the dank strata of Pauly Shore, past the layer of Jim Varney, all the way down to where the pressure's so weighty that cinematic crap is squeezed into black diamond, before finding a movie career as abysmal as Kutcher's. Just Married is, unfortunately, just another Kutcher flick.

Abby R (ca) wrote: Honestly, I was horrified by this movie. Funny to the end part, but the scene where she thinks she is having sex with her boyfriend and the guy knows that but does not tell her....Is that not considered rape? And yet it was ok because why, he was made fun of?