Special Agent Derrick Vann is a man out to get the man who killed his partner but a case of mistaken identity leads him to Andy Fidler, a salesman with too many questions and a knack of getting in Vanns way. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Special Agent Derrick Vann is a man out to get the man who killed his partner but a case of mistaken identity leads him to Andy Fidler, a salesman with too many questions and a knack of getting in Vanns way
- Stars:Gregory Smith, Jordana Brewster, Ashley Johnson, David Moscow, Chad Faust, Brian Doyle-Murray, Logan Bartholomew, David Morse, Luis Aragón, Gerardo del Castillo, Rosa Elena Durgel, Sara García, Emilio Garibay, Samuel L. Jackson, Eugene Levy, Miguel Ferrer, Luke Goss, Susie Essman, Anthony Mackie, Gigi Rice, Rachael Crawford, Philip Akin, Christopher Murray, Joel Keller, John Hemphill, Kathryn Greenwood, Carrie Cain-Sparks, George Ghali,
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Mikah T (de) wrote: I enjoy watching this movie.
Mike M (us) wrote: Shows much promise, but a bland central character poorly portrayed by the lead actor and an overindulgent, recycled premise brings the film down. Strong direction is the only saving grace, but its hypnotic feel can't save this Larry Clark wannabe
Brianna S (ca) wrote: im only giving this movie 1 and a half becasue Milo Ventimiglia is in it... if he wasn't i wouldnt have watched it :P
lovely l (us) wrote: So sad how Amanda Bynes lost her appeal as a cute comedy actress!
andrew d (br) wrote: My ultimate fav movie of all time.
Ron R (mx) wrote: They didn't have to do much to make a good movie out of the Miracle on ice - And they didn't do much. The story was good on it's own and carried the movie but the acting certainly wasn't spectacular or anything.
Jack A (de) wrote: I didn't think it was legal to make a movie this bad.
Chris D (de) wrote: A whimsical 'who dun it' outing that has its share of relatively satisfying moments...a story with its heart in the right place but never larger than life - sometimes smaller though (DeVito reference if you didn't catch it).
Bradley F (ru) wrote: Remember when I talked about the simplicity of Dracula? Well "Love Story" is just that.. a simple love story. There is no villain, no plot twists and no real moral here. In this film, it's just two people living their lives together. Oliver Barrett (Ryan O'Neal) meets and falls in love with Jennifer Cavilleri (Ali McGraw) a music student who is not rich like he is. Though coming from different worlds, they have a chemistry and a love they both cannot deny. And really.. that's all you need. One of the greatest things about this movie is how simple and yet wonderful it is. Love Story is definitely a movie based on emotion and relatable situations. This couple, though sometimes so opposite and other times so alike, find comfort in each other when the obstacles of their own lives come crashing down upon them. A lot of people seem to hate on this movie. I have 2 theories why. Firstly, it seems like another tearjerker chick flick. Well, I thought about and came to a disagreement with this. It seemed like other films were mimicking Love Story, the closest that comes to mind is "A Walk To Remember". But Love Story is far different and far better than that film for one major reason: the maturity factor. In "A Walk To Remember" Landon Carter pretty much acts like an immature teenager who just doesn't want to feel anything For Jamie because of his popularity status in High School. In "Love Story", Oliver doesn't care about his social status or his wealth, in the end he'd rather be with Jennifer. Same goes for Jennifer too, even though she has a Scholarship to Paris and wants to be a famous musician like Mozart, at the end of day the only thing that matters is the true love she has found with Oliver. The other reason I think not a lot of people like this movie is because some parts of the film seem to be unrealistic Well, the only minor problem I have with the film is how fast the love grows between the two main characters. I mean come on, it only took like 3 or 4 scenes before they finally give in to their love and sleep together. I think maybe if the script took maybe another 3 scenes to develop each of their characters a little more, maybe it wouldn't even be an issue. Still, it's a minor problem in an otherwise flawless film. Just because we real can't find love like that, doesn't mean it doesn't exist. It just means we haven't found it yet. And I think that's the main reason my colleagues and movie fans in general hold a grudge against this movie. In our own lives, we haven't found our Jennifer or Oliver yet. If anything, this movie succeeds in the field that many other romantic comedies or romantic dramas fail at, a belief in True love. After watching this movie, I believe that True Love can be accomplished as long as we keep our eyes and minds open to different kinds of people, just like Oliver and Jennifer did.
Scott C (ag) wrote: Superior early Republic serial. If you don't know or like serials, you'll think it's terrible though. This has got tons of cool dirigible action, an awesome dog sidekick, a hot native princess and pit of man eating alligators!
Steven S (br) wrote: I've heard more interesting messages on answering machines than Tom Hanks lines as Captain Phillips.
robin a (es) wrote: it was very philosophic yet exciting somehow. She was thinking too much and yet you couldn't blame her. This movie was kind of a lesson.
Spencer H (de) wrote: Modern Times is a real comedy classic.
Martin S (br) wrote: In its genre - high school rom-coms - it's definitely odd, but that's probably one reason why it is also the best movie in the genre - together with brilliant acting and a movie soundtrack to die for.
Michael Y (gb) wrote: Terrible picture, terrible screenplay, terrible visual effects, terrible comedy, terrible..., terrible....Everything is fcking nonsense, full of goofs, and illogical actions. Some scenes repeated (more than) two times.The worst move I've ever watch. Really wasting my 91 minutes