Stocky Greg's passion is football, and he rounds up his family from their respective church meetings and rushes home just in time to make the kick-off of the Sunday afternoon Vikings game. He has just planted himself in front of his massive television screen scarfing down chicken when his new home teaching companion, Nelson, calls to inform him that he has set an appointment to visit the Mori family in 15 minutes. Mormon males serving as home teachers are admonished to visit with their assigned families once a month, bring them a spiritual message, and provide help as necessary. Nelson, a nerdy "letter of the law" kind of Mormon who will not even purchase gas on a Sunday, intends to visit 100 % of his assigned families every month, and as this is the last day of the month even the many madcap mishaps that start immediately will not deter him from completing his duty despite Greg's griping and attempts to get back to the games.
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David D (mx) wrote: There's no need to believe its claims in order to enjoy this feel-good film
Peter H (au) wrote: Nothing original, but the cast is ok.
Chris R (au) wrote: Average, something to watch, but a little boring.
Al M (fr) wrote: A decent enough torture-porn film, The Tortured attempts to use the genre to tackle ethical issues in a manner similar to the Saw franchise and achieves relative success. While no where near as insightful or intelligent as it thinks it is, The Tortured does take a turn that makes one stop and think about the ethics of torture and execution. Essentially a revenge torture film, The Tortured doesn't quite ascend to the philosophical heights to which it aspires, but solid acting from the lead duo and from horror icon Bill Moseley make this an entertaining film for fans of the genre.
David O (gb) wrote: A very good depiction of what it's like to be a soldier.
Ayesha U (us) wrote: The dog named Shiloh is so adorable! :-)
Wesley J (kr) wrote: Technically all Ed Wood movies should get a half star or less, but this one gets it for being so BORING. At least you can laugh heartily while watching Plan 9 or Ghouls but this one is just blaaaaaa.
Justin V (de) wrote: A very good short film by Mr. Stanley Kubrick, it shows very well done camera work and the story is very simple and straight forward but it keeps your attention the entire way through. Its entertaining and insightful. Good film.
Michael T (kr) wrote: The ultimate patriotic movie from Warner Bros.; James Cagney won an Oscar for his virtuoso portrayal of George M. Cohan and - although the film's jingoism might be hard to stomach for modern-day audiences, the production numbers still manage to impress. Movie musicals don't get much better than this.
Paul N (fr) wrote: Your basic college movie. Mainly a guy flick with the more than enough boobs.
Rebecca S (es) wrote: This movie has some charm, but the caricatured family is exhausting.
Larry R B (es) wrote: Ok. Another movie that displayed the rich/Hollywood excess. Drugs, sex, and more money. All the characters were so sleazy, I hoped they all died or got arrested!! The music was really good!!!