Christmas is approaching, and Paul's adopted sister Alana is coming home for the holidays. This won't be just a regular family celebration, as she's recently engaged and the weekend will be spent planning her June wedding with her best friends Roy and Vicki. Problem is that Roy is Paul's ex-boyfriend, and the two young men haven't seen each other since their very messy breakup. Nervous about seeing his ex again, Roy talks his good friend Gavin into joining him for the weekend, and pretending to be his new boyfriend. When Paul and Gavin meet, sparks of attraction fly, but Gavin thinks Roy's still hung up on Paul. This charming romantic comedy is a funny look at family bonds, misunderstandings and the "perfect wedding
Lara K (fr) wrote: This is an incredible film about a very important topic. Worth watching with your book club and discussing. We all need to have hard discussions about what we might want or not when we face the end of our lives or the lives of those we love. Have the conversation LONG before you ever need to!
Ofir S (nl) wrote: As an Israeli, who got the talk to the movie maker after watching it, I relate to it (Or disagree) on so many levels. Great film.
Toby R (mx) wrote: Yet another straight-to-video Steven Seagal flick. Be honest, what do you expect it to be like?
Kart O (ag) wrote: Incredibly bad piece of work, incredibly bad actors (exept Donald Sutherland and Greta Scacchi), incredibly bad dialogues, incredibly bad camerawork, incredibly bad ending - hmm, is there anything else needed to be added? Yes - despite all that i just said, i would see it again and knowing Jutta Rabbe's theories of what really made ferry Estonia to sink makes it an interesting watch - however, it might not wake the same feelings in people who aren't familiar with the tradegy. This is a movie worth watching if ur interested of the story, but do not have high expetations to movie's quality!
Matt G (it) wrote: At one point, my 3-year-old, who loves EVERY movie she sees, asked, "This is a LOOOONG movie, huh daddy?" Home On the Range is only 76 minutes long, yet I couldn't agree with her more. A cornerstone of Disney's lazy period, this comedy-western is sadly lacking in cowboy-style action, and is dreadfully unfunny; Roseanne spouts off corny one-liners like a D-level, bovine Schwarzenegger. Playing like a long, really bad Looney Tune, it may not be Disney's worst movie, but it might be their least inspired.
Keith F (de) wrote: This had to be the longest most boring movie ever made. The only reason I finished it was I just kept thinking something was going to happen, but it never did. Dont waste your time
Diane C (nl) wrote: if you own the album you'll love the film
Frank D (jp) wrote: An absolute classic which is hard to find, but should u get ur hands on it or find it on ur computer, it's a must watch.
Pavan R (mx) wrote: An average crime movie..wonder which part pf of the world is so law less...anyway they have a good time shooting each other...but the story is pretty poor...probably for Lee Marvin fans only
Jaime R (nl) wrote: The perfect Canadian coming-of-age story remains one of the greatest Canadian films of all time.
David G (br) wrote: Don't waste your dollar at Redbox. This is one of the worst "films" I've ever seen. The casting is downright terrible. We're introduced to a woman who looks like a supermodel and we're supposed to believe she's an abusive, neglectful, drug addicted mother simply because she wears a robe and smokes a cigarette. The acting all around is reminiscent of a high school play, if the high school was talentless. The plot line, if you can say there was one, was confused and at the very best boring. I can't even say what director this guy was trying to be like. I can't say, for example: "this movie is a cheap, watered down Cohen brothers film". The film had no identity, no soul, no heart. I have seen a few reviewers call it "artsy", which seems to be a word a friend of a terrible painter developed in order to describe his friends latest painting without insulting him and ruining the friendship. "How do you like my latest painting?""Well...it's...artsy."This film isn't artsy. It's failed art. It's incoherent, poorly written, poorly casted, poorly acted, and poorly directed.Not even Christopher Walken can save the day.