The story revolves around 3 best of friends. Kara, the cosplayer and online retailer. George the boyish football wannabe, Enzo, the Mr. Fix-It. With constant bullying from fellow classmates... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tween Academy: Class of 2012
The story revolves around 3 best of friends. Kara, the cosplayer and online retailer. George the boyish football wannabe, Enzo, the Mr. Fix-It
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Khaled M (nl) wrote: Just when you thought the Zombie genre is out of ideas, comes along this film with its uniqueness. Smart and engaging tale of species survival.
Kamal H (fr) wrote: Road to Ninja succeeds as the best Naruto film to date thanks to its warm heart and interesting take on "what if" scenarios. The first three quarters offer a refreshing approach to anime adaptations, while the ending can slip into cliche territory.
Countess N (ag) wrote: 26th April 2011Better than i expected it to be but the characters were very wishy washy...for this kind of thing a 2.5 stars is good from me.
Viktor N (es) wrote: It wasn't that bad.. actually felt some creepyness at times. Worth watching atleast..
JY S (ca) wrote: Takashi Miike goes spirit overload with The Great Yokai War.2 hours of slow to mid pacing and a few segments of choppy storytelling doesn't work in this film's favor; however, the fantasy piece of the story along with a dash of some Miike abstractness is enough to overcome the disappointments.The CG fires away in high abundance and it delivers in decent quality. The violence is a tad harsh, which leaves a darker atmosphere then this film initially looks to showcase; maybe not as much of a kid's picture than it seems.A plethora of overacting matches the wacky characters that show up. Ryuunosuke Kamiki carries the film while Chiaki Kuriyami proves to be a delightful watch. The lovely Mai Takahashi is monotonous, but her outfit makes up for that.The Great Yokai War gets by with its moments of spirit fun. A check out if the chance arises.
Jonny P (gb) wrote: Who knew that somebody could make such an entertaining and energetic film about Scrabble! "Word Wars" tracks four Scrabble experts on their quest to compete in the 2002 National Scrabble Championship. It is interesting to see the type of person that becomes a competitive Scrabble player - and it probably is not what you are expecting! This film goes beyond the board to throw you into the world of people that are so dedicated to their craft that they sacrifice their career aspirations in order to memorize words for hours a day. This documentary is very interesting and I recommend it, but it is a shame that they couldn't have censored some of the language out of this otherwise clean film. One character in particular, Marlon Hill, is constantly dropping the f-bomb and after about 10 swear words (in the first 2 minutes that he was on screen), I realized that the directors have really limited their audience. The quirky characters are what make this film fun to watch but Marlon tends to be a little much. Regardless, this is a fascinating look into the world of competitive Scrabble and if there is a censored version out there, this is definitely worth checking out. One final warning: "Watching this film will not enhance your ability to play Words With Friends or to find anagrams in words."
Franco M (nl) wrote: Ok story line but was missing a lot.
Joel P (ca) wrote: For being a direct to dvd, this is a must see. starring Dennis Quaid
Chris M (gb) wrote: My side still hurts I was laughing so hard. If you go into this movie expecting the worse, you will NOT be disappointed.
Leong C (gb) wrote: Powerful performance by the star-studded cast, although too much gay stuffs included....