Ted was a geek in high school, who was going to go to the prom with one of the most popular girls in school, Mary. The prom date never happened, because Ted had a very unusual accident. Thirteen years later he realizes he is still in love with Mary, so he hires a private investigator to track her down. That investigator discovers he too may be in love with Mary, so he gives Ted some false information to keep him away from her. But soon Ted finds himself back into Mary's life, as we watch one funny scene after another. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
There's Something About Mary
Having never fully recovered from a prom date that became a total disaster, a man finally gets a chance to reunite with his old prom date, only to run up against other suitors including the sleazy detective he hired to find her.
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Ron G (fr) wrote: In it's attempt to explain the evolutionary mechanics behind social behaviors such as altruism, aggression, and nurturance. That an organism's evolutionary.....BLAH... BLAH...Blah.. I seriously wonder why some people watch a Disney movie at all. Not everything has to be wrapped in philosophical progress. SO, will the kids like it? Yes. Will you be able to enjoy it with them? Yes. Baymax will keep you giggling,and there's enough here up & down. Enjoy.
Karim G (ca) wrote: " I won`t buy this shit about Wikileaks inventor ".
luke h (kr) wrote: A real documentary would have been funnier. This painful mockumentary ruminates through a silage pile of pretend vox-pops, but never quite manages to trick the viewer into thinking that it is a comedy. The central joke that Morris Dancing is really dorky bit taken as an extreme sport by its adherents falls flat when, rather than taking this on faith, you'll wind up taking the morris dancers' side and wishing that there had been more of the stock footage shot of real morris dancing and less of straining actors doing bad westcountry accents while making lame digs at easy targets like gays, the old, and bovine insemination. It couldn't even get the jokes about English weather and food right - beautifully shot in radiant sunshine, set largely in or near a picturesque pub with a gormet menu chalked up in full shot. I would have far rather had a pint of organic cider (subject of one of many 'was that supposed to be a joke' moments), a dish of salmon and a little bit of drunken morris dancing in the carpark, than watch this film.
Thomas H (ag) wrote: Utter trash, I liked the game Postal 2, but the film? I can't belive I actually paid money to buy this. :-(
Cameron P (de) wrote: A decent rock-tour documentary that gives viewers an honest look at the personalities behind one of the greatest bands ever.
Bailey A (es) wrote: It's low key bad but ridiculously enjoyable
Brian C (gb) wrote: For die-hard fans only, perhaps.
Liam P (jp) wrote: It's your typical Norman Rockwell family: Daddy pays to have sex with his daughter, who's a prostitute; mommy is addicted to heroin and, like her little girl, sells her body to support the drug habit; and their son, a high school kid, enjoys whipping his mom and beating her up with his bare hands. Bring the whole family!
William Z (kr) wrote: The singing is generally very good, and some of the music is extremely catchy. The whole thing is very over-the-top which is both fun, but sometimes a little obnoxious. The narrator has a decent voice, yet I feel like she tries to be way too sexual with the male characters, which is perplexing because the story is being told in front of a bunch of children.Overall, it's okay, but there are many more great musicals to see, both in film and on the stage.
Grant S (au) wrote: Surprisingly good. Plus, the more it went on, the better it became - very rare. One of the few movies I have felt ended too soon, it got that good towards the end.Started slowly and clumsily, to the point that I was about to give up on it. Then, Vince Vaughn arrived. I am not a fan of the guy, but here he acted out of his skin. He embues his character with such charisma, charm and menace that you want him to be in every scene.With Vince Vaughn's arrival, the whole tone changes. Pacing picks up, humour increases, vibe picks up, and the quality of the movie lifts several notches.Joaquin Phoenix is mostly responsible for the early clumsiness, but he also lifts his game as the movie goes on. Good, understated movie. Just requires a little patience initially.
Robert C (ca) wrote: A classic comedy with legendary comedian, Walter Matthau.
Takee A (nl) wrote: By far, this is one of my favourite animated films...EVER! Never in my life have I seen such a movie that goes into such depth, and yet is bound to make you cry. (Partly because I'm only 14 and a half years old).It consisted of some great messages, nice musical themes and some brilliant performances! This was TRULY a beautiful movie that is definately a worthwhile watch.
Bill W (it) wrote: This has excellent trapeze action in it. Lancaster had a background as a circus acrobat and as far as I know he did all the high stuff himself. The story is simple. Tony Curtis' character wants to do a 'triple.' I don't remember if he makes it or not. You'll have to watch it.
Greg W (fr) wrote: good 'road pic' year s/b 1943 not 2000.
Miroslav G (mx) wrote: When talking about what's the worst Bond film in the series, most people will bring up such films like Moonraker, A View To A Kill, and Die Another Day but strangely enough, it doesn't seem like many people bring up Diamonds Are Forever as it is easily one of the worst, if not the worst film in the entire series. Despite Sean Connery's welcome return as Bond, Diamonds Are Forever is a ridiculous and rather lackluster entry into the series as well as a poor final outing for Connery. It opens quite nicely, showing us how Bond tracks down and then "kills" Blofeld but after that, it all starts to go downhill with a plot that borders on self-parody (even more so than an Austin Powers film, believe it or not) and a lazily driven pace. Diamonds Are Forever was really just a desperate attempt in recapturing the magic of Goldfinger and its success by bringing back Connery as Bond, Guy Hamilton as director, and Shirley Bassey to perform the opening title song. And that all seemed like a formula for greatness, but the end result is anything but; I guess it just goes to show you that no matter how hard you try to, you just can't relive the past. The villains are all so cartoonish and absolutely ridiculous, especially Blofeld, and thus is the worst Blofeld portrayal of the three actors that have portrayed him by far. Mr. Kidd and Mr. Wint are some of the strangest and most over-the-top henchmen in the whole series and take me out of the film whenever they're onscreen; why they are given so much screen time for their insignificant roles is beyond me. The return of Connery's swagger and coolness was a much needed boost after Lazenby's poor, wooden portrayal (even if I was growing rather tired of Connery in the first five consecutive films). Unfortunately however, Connery often shows his obvious discontent about playing the character with his rather uninspired and phoned-in performance just like in You Only Live Twice, except even more so. I guess the big, fat paycheck wasn't enough motivation for him to give a decent performance. Ultimately, Diamonds Are Forever is a poor excuse for a Bond film, easily ranking as the worst of the Connery era of Bond films and is the first to really show how tired and decadent this series can be; quite simply, it's an absolute trainwreck.
Scott C (mx) wrote: Interesting prequel idea. It just wasn't very scary or compelling.
Ryan W (kr) wrote: One of those movies you can watch over again and never gets old. Whoopi is wonderful in it!