The House Bunny
Shelley is living a carefree life until a rival gets her tossed out of the Playboy Mansion. With nowhere to go, fate delivers her to the sorority girls from Zeta Alpha Zeta. Unless they can sign a new pledge class, the seven socially clueless women will lose their house to the scheming girls of Phi Iota Mu. In order to accomplish their goal, they need Shelley to teach them the ways of makeup and men; at the same time, Shelley needs some of what the Zetas have - a sense of individuality. The combination leads all the girls to learn how to stop pretending and start being themselves.
When Playboy Shelley gets kicked out of the mansion, she stumble upon a group of girls who remind her of herself: beautiful and fun and finds a job as the house mother for their sorority. Now it's up to her to spruce up the girls and heat up the Zeta house before the University shuts them down. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The House Bunny torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: The story is stretched to it's limits, it has way to many back flashes but that's to remind us what's been going on from the past series, it's not confusing unless you haven't seen the others. Nice traps and a better twist than Saw V, in fact I found this a lot better than Saw V altogether and that is saying a lot because it has the grittiness of the first three films and it is back to basic's. The acting was very good from the cast but Costas Mandylor could've been a bit better but to me is still Hoffman, and would never swap him for anyone else. It's always a thrill to see Tobin Bell back as John/Jigsaw (Even if it is in flashbacks, though it does feel that they may have killed him off to early, in Saw III). This film had the setting to be the last and after a great twist showed that there will be another one. Still, great gore scenes and all credit to the writers for filling in the gaps. Saw VII (Saw 3D will be the last). Nice to see Amanda (Character from Saw, Saw II and II) back in it. This film is back to basic of what Saw is all about. Great film in the edition and possible the best sequel so far.
(nl) wrote: Damn, this was a really good Christmas movie. This definitely is a different and really outlook at a close family during the Holidays.
(jp) wrote: For a lot of people, the famously awful Sc-Fi Channel feature films are a hilarious way to spend an afternoon, but I have never found anything remotely funny about any of them. "Croc" is no exception.This film is just bad, made cheaply to earn a quick buck and faint praise from the handful of people who will relish its ineptitude, and in my book there's nothing funny about that. This is clearly a copy of "Jaws", but to even mention that film in connection with this one is an absolute outrage. The attack scenes are poorly staged and un uneasy mix of CGI creatures, stock footage of real crocodiles and gallons of fake blood to cover up all the poor make-up effects. Director Stewart Raffill used to make bad-to-mediocre theatrical films, but this represents his farther fall from grace yet. This is a manufactured product more than a real film, and quite frankly that's distasteful. The makes don't even focus on the killer animal for a great deal of the running time, as a lot of extraneous subplots are thrown in to pad things out.We get all of the usual elements: a romance, a greedy land developer and evil tax collectors. None of them really have a place in this film. And then, of course, Michael Madsen shows up to collect a paycheck in the Robert Shaw role, and it's clear that his prime is long past him. Nothing, not even money, can justify his appearance in "Croc". This is just shoddy filmmaking, and frankly, there's nothing funny about it.
(ru) wrote: Well-executed. But awful premise and disturbing.
(gb) wrote: A coming of age film that lacked something...
(ag) wrote: buena animacin, muy entretenida
(br) wrote: LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE IT
(gb) wrote: Why'd they have to go and make Highlander 2 look good?
(au) wrote: T.N.T Jackson?? the film reminded me of Enter the Dragon
(ca) wrote: Schlock Heaven. The next time Criterion does a Monsters & Madmen type 'B' movie collection, they should put together one for AIP. It should consist of this, Dr. Goldfoot & The Bikini Machine, The Beast with a Million Eyes, The Pit & The Pendulum, Wild In The Streets, The Town That Dreaded Sundown, Coffy, and Dressed To Kill.
(br) wrote: I thought the movie was pretty good. It was not a comfortable movie to watch. I think much of that had to do with a wife falling for her kidnapper, which most people would find difficult to accept. Candace Bergen was wonderful, as I have never seen her, with an, almost transformative interpretation of such a relationship. Hackman was anything but a hero and Reed, on the fringes of being an antihero I could like. A solid three stars out of five for me!
(au) wrote: If you are interested in film as an artistic medium, you should definitely watch this movie. If you are a casual film viewer, you should watch it as well.
(de) wrote: Stylistically Ozu sure seems to be at the top of his game with this, his first movie shot in colour. All his trademarks are here: zero camera movement, evocative editing and his trademark, the tatami-level shots. It all works perfectly and should be sweet candy for any true movie buff. The story is delicate, sweet and very emotional in its simple depiction of love, cultural change and the gap between generations.
(ru) wrote: Oh what a fun movie. This is good indie comedy. It is dark and not meant for real laugh out louds, but it has those too mind you. Good dialogue writing, decent acting, fun direction makes this a great watch. It does not raise so many questions as you would assume, but hey, it is not supposed to. Watch it while you remember the name, because very soon, this movie will slip under the carpet never to resurface (it is one of those).