The Swing Girls
During the Fascist Regime in Italy, three Dutch sisters, Alexandra, Judith and Kitty, try to make a career as popular singers.
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Jamil K (ca) wrote: excellent ''Geeksploitation'' !
Jens L (jp) wrote: Absolutely mesmerising. A revelatory movie about self-deception and denial in the suburbs.
Thomas W (au) wrote: Inappropriate Comedy is an inappropriate movie on every level. It is very similar in structure to the much maligned Movie 43 that was nothing more than a series of highly disturbing yet sometimes offensively hilarious short films that featured a surprisingly A-list group of actors -- Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Kate Winslet, Emma Stone, Richard Gere, Seth MacFarlane, Naomi Watts, Chloe Grace Moretz, Jason Sudeikis, Kristen Bell, Uma Thurman, Gerard Butler, Josh Duhamel, Elizabeth Banks, Johnny Knoxville etc. -- willing to embarrasses themselves in the name of crass comedy. It was a movie I was ashamed of myself for laughing at. This film, however ... is NOT funny and not a single laugh was cast in the seemingly never-ending series of sketches about all kinds of offensive jokes -- racist, sexist, anti-Semitic, homophobic, bigoted you-name-it. The movie believes it gets "a pass" as it is an equal opportunity offender but NOTHING here is acceptable. Rob Schneider (Deuce Bigalow) plays curmudgeonly porn critic and Adrien Brody (Splice) should have to return his Oscar after playing the effete "Flirty Harry". It took seven screenwriters to write this rubbish. The paper it was written on would have put to better use as toilet paper.
Kevin R (nl) wrote: Are you going to need your goggles today?Two best friends since elementary school have grown to be successful business women but unsuccessful in their personal lives. One is married but cannot convince her husband to have children, while the other is a successful television news anchor that is single with no children. Can the aging women work together and turn their personal lives around?"They were crip walking at the party."Russ Parr, director of Hear No Evil, A Christmas Blessing, Comeback Dad, The Last Stand, and The Undershepherd, delivers 35 and Ticking. The storyline for this picture is straightforward, predictable, and clich in a lot of way. The acting is mediocre and nothing special overall. The cast includes Kevin Hart, Tamala Jones, Nicole Ari Parker, Meagan Good, and Clifton Powell."I used to be a man."I came across this on Netflix and decided to give it a shot. There were some funny sequences with Hart and his demeanor and scenes were worth while, but this doesn't add much to the genre that makes it a must see. I actually recommend skipping this."You gonna drink that?"Grade: C-
Faisal M (jp) wrote: This movie had a good stor but the execution was not up2 the expectation. the movie started off really well but then it kinda dragged. as for the acting goes neil wasnt bad but was better in johnny gaddar,bipsha and rahul dev were strictly ok.overall not a bad movie for one time watch
Liam M (ru) wrote: 2.7/10About as stupid as the title sounds, Dadnapped is another Disney Channel pile of crap.
Ali M (nl) wrote: Really enjoyed this on the plane to South Africa
Steve N (it) wrote: Absolutely terrible. Except for the cool concept, there is little in this film worthy of the time that it takes to watch it.
David B (fr) wrote: I always like to plug obscure films that are also good. Especially films about the JFK Assassination. This film shows how the Federal government could try to cover up who was behind the JFK Assassination. The film was well acted. But I did not like how the film fails to really come up with a concrete theory on who was behind the assassination & why JFK was killed. The film does loosely suggest that the Dallas Police & the Federal government was behind the killing. But fail to explain why. My interpretation would suggest that the film also implies that JFK was killed at least partly because he wanted to get rid of the Federal Reserve System & supported the silver backing of currency. This could have been a great movie; if it would have had a theory to analyze. I personally believe that LBJ along with the Military-Industrial Complex & the Business establishment had him killed, because he wanted to get out of Vietnam, JFK wanted to cut the oil depletion allowance, and wanted to dump the Federal Reserve. He was a large threat to the Texas Oligarchy that essentially runs the country. JFK was killed more due to economics than anything else. I am well read on the subject for more than 20 years. The Texas Oil Barons were also huge lobbyists for the Vietnam War. I do think that this film was better than Ruby (1992). I do not think it was as good as JFK or Executive Action or The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald (1976). I think that Executive Action was the best in this genre. Flashpoint has a lot to say about our government & about life. It's cynical but also very entertaining. It was actually better, than I thought it would be. The film was also way ahead of its time in predicting the surveillance state of the Federal government. Really good performances from Torn & Kristofferson. Don't miss this one.
fraser b (fr) wrote: cracking movie best out of the three mad max movies, action action action, a must see classic.
Kiseon P (au) wrote: A well acted, well directed, smartly written movie. But...thats all it is. There isnt anything mind blowing or special about it. Ben Affleck didnt give his "stamp" to it. It feels like an above average director directed this movie.
Arseniy V (it) wrote: I found this quite solid overall. Especially given how hard Hutcherson, Del Toro and Moreno kill it.