The Hottie & the Nottie

The Hottie & the Nottie

Nate moves to L.A. to track down Cristabel, the woman he's been in love with since childhood, only to discover that his plan to woo her only has one hurdle to overcome: what to do with June, Cristabel's ever-present, not-so-hot best friend? What's even more complicating is Nate's growing feelings for June, whose true beauty starts to emerge.

Nate moves to L.A. to track down Cristabel, the woman he's been in love with since childhood, only to discover that his plan to woo her only has one hurdle to overcome: what to do with June, Cristabel's ever-present, not-so-hot best friend? What's even more complicating is Nate's growing feelings for June, whose true beauty starts to emerge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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L Lourdes P (gb) wrote: Four strangers board a KLM flight to Christchurch to start a new life and from this point they are linked for the rest of their lives.

Jacqueline P (nl) wrote: Not your typical Sept. 11 movie.

Mike B (ru) wrote: This film is a mess. Put it on in the background and do something else. I doubt you'll look up much.

Morde L (kr) wrote: A disturbing portrayal of a typically beautiful, modest upright group of people. Amos has about as much insight into the religious community of Mea Shearim as I do to life in the Vatican. Don't think that being a Jew living in Israel gives automatic insight into Orthodox Judaism. People are not perfect and I presume there are men living in Mea Shearim who treat their wives horribly, but to think that Orthodox Judaism would support this is insane. Those men would be considered scum in any society including the Ultra Orthodox society. I know because that is where I live. I know many Orthodox couples married without children and I know NO ONE who is divorced who had no children in a prior marriage. This is not the norm. Secular Israelis are famously the most anti Orthodox people on the globe. Amos has tremendous talent but he abuses and misuses it. It is ashamed that people will see this film and leave feeling as if they have insight into the world of Mea Shearim when not even Amos does.

Frederic C (nl) wrote: It's a love story... no, it's a war story... no wait it's an ethnic story... in fact all these stories are really good. A visually and emotionally poignant movie, with a perfect soundtrack matching the image.

Alyan H (jp) wrote: Hillarious flick..cLassic 80's

Kyle S (de) wrote: Nothing like a bodybuilding documentary to make me feel out of shape! But what do you know, this movie actually inspired me a bit! It inspired me to follow what I love doing most. I loved the commentary given by Mike Katz who shared his life when he was younger, how he expressed that he was going to show everybody when he gets older and he did. Same with Lou Ferrigno, with a hearing issue and Arnold Schwarzenegger as his rival, he was able to compete with one of the greatest bodybuilders of that time. Pumping Iron is a documentary about competition, doing what you love and staying in shape.

Ben L (au) wrote: I feel like there's something going on in Barry Lyndon that's deeper or has more meaning than I can see on the surface. I mean the decisions that Kubrick made here are so odd and feel wrong in so many ways. Is this intended as satire? At first glance I'd say everything is played as if it's a serious drama, but there were a number of moments where I just had to chuckle because a scene was that bad. And I couldn't help thinking that voiceover was dripping with sarcasm. What in heaven's name is Ryan O'Neal doing in the lead role of this film?! In what world was that a good idea? He plays Barry Lyndon so bland and emotionless that I never get on board with him as a protagonist, and he sucks most of the emotion out of the film. That was bad enough, but there's also the lack of an accent that he sometimes tries to throw in there anyways (and that's disastrous.) He never seems like he belongs in this world at all. There were a couple of acting performances that I actually liked in the movie but most of the cast was not good. The one aspect of Barry Lyndon that is undeniably great is the visuals. It is sumptuous, from the battle scenes to the fancy dinners. The lighting is great, the costumes are elaborate, and naturally every shot is framed perfectly. I understand Kubrick even acquired a special camera just for this film to capture candlelit scenes, and he certainly took full advantage of that. I don't know if the fact that the film was nice to look at was enough to make it worth more than 3 hours to watch (complete with an intermission,) but it doesn't hurt.That length was a real hurdle for me to get past. There was enough going on in the plot so I didn't get overly bored, but considering I found the main character so unlikable I just wanted it to end. In every way I wasn't connecting with the character of Barry Lyndon, because he was emotionless and he kept making the worst decisions. I'm willing to grant that the movie was well-made, and that there may be more to it than I am able to comprehend, but I found the overall viewing experience frustrating.

Russell V (fr) wrote: i just bought the blu ray 2 weeks ago . it looks better than most of the hollywood crap of the past 25 years . thanx to blu ray

Jeffrey F (br) wrote: Funny, lighthearted, devilish, and a perfect example of why Italians make the best movies.

Kevin R (kr) wrote: I like men to be as big as beer and as strong as gin In the mid 1700s London?s insane asylums, often called Bedlams, are usually full of individuals being mistreated, poorly nourished, neglected, and often part of medical experiments. Lord Mortimor is a local rich man who likes to be amused and often travels with a young lady, Nell Bowen, who has been assigned the dubious task of keeping Mortimor entertained. She becomes irate when Mortimor encounters the owner of a local Bedlam, George Sims, and hires Sims to entertain him as well. A battle ensues between Sims and Bowen to gain the favor of Lord Mortimor. If Nell is not careful, she may find herself locked up in the local Bedlam. ?She is an angel in this darkness.? Mark Robson, director of Valley of the Dolls, Earthquake, The Ghost Ship (1943), Isle of the Dead, Home of the Brave, and Avalanche Express, delivers Bedlam. The storyline for this film is wonderfully intricate. I enjoyed the situations presented by Robson. Each character is placed in a compromising situation and it is interesting to see how they react. The cast is brilliant and includes Boris Karloff, Anna Lee (General Hospital), and Billy House (Inner Sanctum). ?They?ve heard too many screams to pay attention to yours.? I have always enjoyed Boris Karloff pictures and have been fortunate enough to DVR a couple of his films this holiday season (thanks to my wife). Karloff delivers his character to perfection and his performance is both calculated and sinister; however, what made the film entertaining was the eerie situations Anna Lee?s character kept finding herself in. Overall, this is a must see Karloff film that would be a cherished piece in your DVD collection. ?He?s an ugly thing in a pretty world.? Grade: A

Raksha S (kr) wrote: Realistic, brilliant, unexpectedly amazing. It touches your chords in a way that you never want the tale to end.

lanessia s (au) wrote: one of Chris rock best performance ever

Jacqueline W (ru) wrote: It was really slow, and boring at times. Confusing plot.