The Perfect Roommate

The Perfect Roommate

Carrie Remington seems like any other struggling waitress who's had a run of bad luck including a recent divorce. Things seem to be improving when she moves in with Ashley Dunnfield, a young woman from a wealthy background who's trying to make it on her own without assistance from her father, Richard. Ashley is thrilled when Carrie helps to win her father over, but when Carrie starts dating Richard, Ashley starts digging into her past and finds out that there is much she didn't know about her new roommate's sinister history.

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Stephen G (fr) wrote: A proper gritty tale of todays real inner city. Brilliantly Directed by Plan B and with a sound track to match, just don't watch if your feeling blue....

Paulina E (de) wrote: horrible!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!esta pelicula apesta en todo sentido es una de las peores cosas que he vistonada rescatable :suna total perdida de tiempono le alcanza ni para media estrellaIT SUCKS!!

Jamie I (it) wrote: You never know what you're going to get with these kinds of movies. They could be horrible like Step Brothers or they could be actually funny and enjoyable like Pineapple Express. The latter is what you get with Role Models. Paul Rudd and Sean William Scott say their lines so fluidly it's almost as if they weren't lines at all but actual dialogue between two very funny friends. Jane Lynch is also quite humorous in this flick but I like her no matter what she does. I've included some lines of dialogue for your benefit but before I do I want to highly recommend this."I like to rock n' roll all night and part of every day.""You know what I used to have for breakfast? Cocaine. Know what I had for lunch? Cocaine.""What did you have for dinner?""Was it cocaine?""No, venti is twenty. Large is large. In fact, tall is large and grande is Spanish for large. Venti is the only one that doesn't mean large. It's also the only one that's Italian. Congratulations, you're stupid in three languages."Watch the Bloopers for the Of Mice and Men shout out. "I hate your face""While I got you here in my personal space."

MEC r (fr) wrote: This movie didn't hold my attention.

Keenan S (fr) wrote: Sphere is a much-maligned and underrated sci-fi flick. Mostly I had only heard that this film was bad and a generic knock-off of much better sci-fi films before it. Still, when I came across it, I decided to take a chance with it and I'm glad I did because I enjoyed Sphere tremendously. Does it have a lot familiar ideas? Yes. Does it present them in a way that's interesting? I think it does, and I think it presents these ideas in a compelling and fascinating experience.When a spacecraft is discovered at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, a team is assembled to go down and explore the ship, as well as make any possible contact with whoever, or whatever is down there. The team consists of a psychologist, a biochemist, a mathematician, an astrophysicist, and a government agent. The team was assembled based on the notes of the psychologist who wrote a report on how to deal with alien contacts for the president (Solely for the large paycheck, of course), and now the team is left baffled as to how to handle their current predicament of exploring an unknown spacecraft.As they explore the craft, many strange discoveries are made, such as the fact the ship seems to have crashed on Earth 300 years ago, it turns out to be American, and there's a strange, seemingly living sphere within the ship that the crew has no idea of what its purpose is.So, the mathematician decides to go into the sphere to see what it is, and shortly after many strange things begin to occur to him and people who came in close contact with the sphere, including deaths and their deepest and darkest fears begin to surface. Is it real, or is it something psychological? What is the sphere? Now the crew must figure out what is going on, before it's too late.Many critics and moviegoers alike have torn the story to pieces. I will admit that it does have some pretty wacky moments at times (Like when Queen Latifah's character gets stung to death by an unknown species of jellyfish), but I found the story to be very interesting and engaging, especially in its psychological elements as the viewer watches the characters' mental states begin to collapse in their frightening predicament. I also enjoyed how the characters were developed and how the film explored their inner fears as they were exposed, and I also enjoyed the mystery and intrigue surrounding the sphere, and how the characters never truly figure out what the sphere is. I found it to be a very engaging and complex film with many layers to its story that I was eager to unravel.Not only is the story terrific, but the acting is also really good. Then again, it should be, as the three main actors are Dustin Hoffman (Straw Dogs), Sharon Stone (Basic Instinct), and Samuel L. Jackson (Pulp Fiction). The acting across the board is pretty good, but the three leads are simply top-notch in their performances and how they added even more depth to their characters thanks to their acting abilities. It was hard to take my eyes off the screen as I watched them perform.Sphere is a very slow-paced sci-fi film, but I love the slow-paced sci-fi films that take their time to unfold and how they develop their characters. The story is rich in many ideas and character development, while also sporting psychological horror, suspense, tension, and mystery all seamlessly woven together in a deliciously compelling experience from beginning to end. I was always engaged, riveted, and entertained no matter the scenario.Sphere is a very underrated film that deserves much better response and attention. It's not perfect and it can be uneven at times, but I think it has a lot to offer in storytelling, character development, and so much more. If you enjoy some of the lesser-known sci-fi films and also enjoy the slow-paced ones, you might find something to enjoy here.

Mike P (ca) wrote: GREAT MOVIE! Lot of breaking of bones though.

Mats N (au) wrote: Never before has awful been this awesome! Yor is THE movie to watch with friends.

Ola H (jp) wrote: One of the worst movies I have ever seen. The first 20 minutes are okay but overall it's a very boring movie.

Kevin R (au) wrote: How can I bargain with my belief?Francis Bernardone grew up in a small town known as Assissi. He was a reckless hoodlum as a youth who frequented in women, alcohol, and gambling; however, when an attractive woman grabs his eyes, he decides to settle down, become religious, and take up the religious crusades. After his crusades, he decides to form his own religious group. He is initially received with pushback but he makes a strong case to lead his flock in the right direction."What does a man do that wasn't born to be a fighter?"Michael Curtiz, director of The Vagabond King, White Christmas, Casablanca, Yankee Doodle Dandee, Virginia City, Kid Galahad, and Four's a Crowd, delivers Francis of Assissi. The storyline for this picture is interesting and reminded me of a poor man's Ben Hur. The settings were very good and the characters were well presented and well written. The cast delivers excellent performances and includes Bradford Dillman, Dolores Hart, and Stuart Whitman."Don't you think brother lamb would be happier with his mother?"I DVR'd this picture off Turner Classic Movies (TCM) because I have thoroughly enjoyed Curtiz's work to date. This movie is one of his last pictures and was not as good as some of his previous works. This was entertaining and an interesting story but may not be as compelling as other great religious pictures. I do recommend seeing this picture but would not add it to your classic film DVD collection."You're either a fool or more noble than nobility."Grade: C+/B- (6.5)

Mac B (br) wrote: Two words: Bo and ring. Long, tedious, melodramatic, drippy music score. Fortunately, the following year (1937), Fredric March got not one but two opportunities to send up such meretricious media malarkey, both in Technicolor no less: "Nothing Sacred" and the original (and best) version of "A Star is Born."

Josh R (jp) wrote: No, it's script isn't original, but Stuck in Love is a pretty charming film thanks to its lead actors.

Diogo D (jp) wrote: Great cast, directly from the Californication TV series. A superbPatrick Fischler as a FBI agent and both S.M. Foster and C. Luddingtonare very good. The only catch is the story, which is very poor andmonotonous. The visual effects are also boring. It has a good OST so,with this great cast, we should call it a big videoclip with a nonsensestory and a silly direction. You should see it, if you like horrormovies. Don't be so judgmental and just relax. Maybe you'll besurprised. I've seen much worse horror movies with great reviews.