With just weeks before their royal wedding, Paige and Edvard find their relationship and the Danish monarchy in jeopardy when an old law is brought to light, stating that an unmarried heir ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Prince & Me II: The Royal Wedding
With just weeks before their royal wedding, Paige and Edvard find their relationship and the Danish monarchy in jeopardy when an old law is brought to light, stating that an unmarried heir ...
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Anthony M (nl) wrote: Wreck it Ralph is the story of a villianin of a arcade game who decides that he wants too explore our of his game .wreck it Ralph is colorful and has a myriad of video game characters from actuall games it has great voice acting the only thing that is pragmAtic with it is that we spend way to much time in sugar rush zone and if we her a sequel I hope we get to see more worlds
Sharon J (de) wrote: Good movie... bad ending
Edrian F (gb) wrote: Guantanamero - An escapee from Guantanamo Bay (Ali) finds himself clueless with what's going on with himself. He meets a man who eventually connects him to his sister, Manuela. He finds himself falling for her, but obviously he's afraid of his past that haunts him in his dreams. His fear was confirmed after meeting Guido, an elderly man who's equally attracted to Manuela. One day, Guido gives him an Arabic-English dictionary, to his ultimate suprise. He did received that dictionary from the warders of Guantanamo Bay detention....
Asher C (us) wrote: This movie had so much potential. i was excited and anticipitated this movie since i first saw a preview for it. but after seeing it, it was so incredibly mediocre. it had some great parts, and could have had a compelling story line, unfortunately i felt that it was so fragmented that by the end of it, there were still many loose ends. The answers never came. the performances were the highlight for me. i enjoyed Forest Whitakers performance, though i never got a good feel of why he felt so driven to pursue the action. And as far as the terrorist were concerned, you never really know the ever pertinant question...why. what the driving force behind their actions were. Also, i think the "rewind" feel could have definitely been done better. Or at the very least, more interestingly. overall the movie just felt incomplete. thought when the action came in, or when new parts were introduced, it would be very entertaining and engrossing parts.
Sarah S (us) wrote: Nothing about it was memorable. Stars are solely for the cool CGI, set and costume design, and makeup.
Corey n (jp) wrote: This is one of those direct to video movies that are so bad that they are good. I know that does not make sense but I guess I sort of enjoyed this. The movie stars Christopher Lambert and Ice-T. After that you really don't know the cast. The basic plot is a group of criminals and killers are invited to a prison. The last three survivors will split the cash prize. The movie is full of action, gun fights and cheesy lines. Plus you can tell the budget was not that big from the filming. But some how I still enjoyed it. Maybe I always liked Christopher Lambert movies. Or maybe it was just mindless fun that entertained me for a bit with out giving me a headache. If you like action movies or are a Christopher Lambert fan then I would suggest watching this movie.
Andrew M (ca) wrote: i just didnt enjoy it
Zee D (es) wrote: Something tells me the police academy movies were the "______ Movie"s of their time.
Virginie D (it) wrote: It's probably the first time Robert Redford does not look charming in a movie, he's trying way too hard. Just like this comedy. Cute but a bit ridiculous! It appears they were going for a Charade-like romance/suspense movie. Without success.
Shaun B (ru) wrote: Enjoyable Jeff Bridges thriller.
Reno V (fr) wrote: "MURDER IN PARADISE" - 'Evil Under the Sun' is a 1982 murder mystery based on the famous novel by Agatha Christie. After the big success of 'Death on the Nile', Peter Ustinov makes his second appearance as Hercule Poirot, the Belgian detective, and we get to see reappearing cast members Jane Birkin (wife of French singer Serge Gainsbourg) and Maggie Smith (Harry Potter saga). Another brilliant, but nowadays very old fashion 'Whodunit' with an ingenious plot set at a marvelous island and a unexpected revelation in the end. Can you solve this case?Trying to find how millionaire Horace Blatt ended up with a fake diamond, the famous Hercule Poirot (Ustinov) goes on investigation to an exclusive island resort. He is welcomed by Daphne Castle (Smith) who owns the hotel and gets introduced to the wealthy guests: glamorous and recently wed Hollywood actress Arlena Stuart Mashall along with her husband Kenneth and stepdaughter Linda, the quirky writer Rex Brewster and New York producers Odell and Myra Gardener. Seemly slight out of place are the handsome young Patrick Redfern and his mousy wife Christine (Birkin). When Arlena is found dead on the beach, Poirot examines her body and concludes that she has been strangled by one of the people on the Island. While everyone had a good motive to get rid of the awful woman, nobody seems to have had the occasion to do it...
jay n (au) wrote: The through story is pure piffle but it doesn't matter whenever Fred or Eleanor dance which is a great deal of the time. Lush and entertaining.
Katie B (ag) wrote: The movie is fun and exciting. It's not an absolute masterpiece of cinema it's more for a quick time watch and entertaining experience. A film everyone has to see in their lives.
Gimly M (nl) wrote: Firstly, I am not patriotic. That in mind, I love when we Aussies bring out a film that gets international recognition. Unfortunately, these aren't often good. GOOD Aussie films like The Square, Cthulu, Dying Breed, Rogue, Cactus and Red Hill get virtually no recognition at all (and those are just some of the bigger films!). Tomorrow however, much like Wolf Creek, is actually good, AND received international acclaim. Just to clarify though, I don't think it really deserves to ever be compared to Greg McLean's Wolf Creek, despite my having just done that. Wolf Creek was a genuine fucking masterpiece, Tomorrow is what we refer to as "a bit a alright"; which is only a real compliment when given to a lady.The film was long, but I ended up feeling like it really needed to have been longer, the set-up was just right, but the second act felt rushed to the point of stupidity. Though my final rating isn't dependant on how the film racks up to the John Marsden book it's based on, I'd like to make a point of stating how infinitely better a character that Lee was in the novel. This fact was in no way what so ever the fault of actor Chris Pa- PSYCHE! All his fucking fault. This guy is not an actor. Neighbours could maybe of made use of this kid on an off day.By stark contrast, Caitlin Stasey who portrayed protagonist Ellie Linton actually DID come from Neighbours, but scarily enough she did a great job in Tomorrow.It's one of those films where you can't help but find yourself arms outstretched, screaming at the television as the characters make stupid errors. Which is a double edged sword, on one hand, it means you've got fuckstupid writers, but on the other, it means you've got great writers. Paradox? What I mean is, to have the script be so badly written that the people behind it honestly thought we would ignore the plot-holes and retarded decisions is just plain weak, but to get the audience gripped by characters in such a short amount of time all comes down to great story telling.The thing to really look forward to here is the intrinsically Australian environment, and even more than that, are these little tidbits you would miss if you blinked. Quotes like "The book's better than the movie" as genuine pieces of conversation are well worth the films downfalls.All in all, the action is great, the soundtrack and actors are at an average bearable, there's a number of subpar moments, but none of which you can't get over. The ending to me seemed weak, but I asked some international friends of mine what they thought, and they all told me the same thing; "Nah we totally bought that, Tomorrow is basically a documentary about how arrogant and badass Australians really are, right?"63%-Gimly