Bobby blows all his college savings on a van and tries to get the girl of his dreams. It's a wild time with Bobby and his friends.
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Andy G (de) wrote: Hateship/loveship is OK drama about a shy goes works for family and falls for husband of daughter she takes of. good cast Kristen Wig and Guy Pearce and Nick Nolte. C+ (2014)
Sameer P (mx) wrote: When I went to watch this movie, I'll be honest, I didn't expect much. But after exiting the cinema hall, I must say I was impressed. First of all, the acting by everyone is brilliant, specially KK Menon and Paresh Rawal. Over that, the director has really created a dark setting which helps in a movie like this. And finally the subject of the movie itself. Ususally movies are made about the blasts and this and that but this is about their effect on the lives of people. So, overall I think apart from a few rookie mistakes this movie is absolutely brilliant.
Dashtag M (br) wrote: Extremley entertaining!
Ashley K (fr) wrote: This gets an extra star because of the soundtrack by Les Claypool. I was expecting a badass boar in the jungle kicking ass, but of course the director had to throw in a bunch of redneck Christians. Lame.
Bengel W (mx) wrote: Actors throw in their heart and souls to get this movie up to a high standard. Well scripted with laughs flowing freely and not always in the right places. Dads can learn that this is not quite the way to smother your beloved, as they want you to teach them what to expect in a real relationship, thus, that is the standard for the future boyfriends and hubby. Nibbles: Banana Split.
Ivan P (gb) wrote: Good Movie. A guys flick without that sophomoric humor. Road Trip for Adults.
Rachel P (ru) wrote: Too bad they never made any more films.
Knut N (it) wrote: Hmmm I find this man a tad too Southern for my taste.
C (mx) wrote: cheesy, moronic, and stale with acting.. these are what makes carnosaur 3, a guilty pleasure not for the faint of all but for horror fanatics and just plain out gore fanatics its worth a shot to sit down and laugh at
Tatsuya F (nl) wrote: A spectacular and an accessible love story.But running time is too long, and I wonder it is necessary to make Billy Zane's character so bastard.
Alex G (gb) wrote: Moments of absurdism played off like a smart drama are few and far between. This movie builds on endless potential and is wry with interesting ideas, but ends up going nowhere with anything--becoming the simplest and most cliche of romantic films...even on this level, the romance is un-followable and odd.
Trent R (au) wrote: Great post-war Noir that transitions b/w gangster individualism and syndicate films. It's a sort of Horatio Alger success story, told largely in flashback by O'Brien as he climbs the ladder of organized crime. This is done through technical innovation, conning the cons, stepping on the small operators in the numbers racket, and sheer cutthroat guile. Otto Kruger turns in an amazing performance as a made man, well above soiling his hands with petty details but wise to the tactics of both his criminal rivals and the police. Despite the inevitable comeuppance of the conclusion, the point is made beforehand that criminality at Kruger's level is beyond the current reach of the law. So, there is the fated individual combined with a sense of futility in the face of a rigged system. Not unique themes, but told here in a nicely alternating combination and with great economy. Plus, 1950 LA locations are featured to outstanding effect.