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Ashleigh D (fr) wrote: A learning experience. Be sure to watch with subtitles. It is in other languages.
Frit B (gb) wrote: Despite abysmal (and perhaps deserved) reviews - Lisa Kudrow can do no wrong in my eyes. As silly as it is, the movie made me laugh out loud and the great supporting cast of NY actors (especially Jane Krakowski, Sherrie Renee Scott and Veanne Cox) - work it. Also Matt Morrison as a member of a gay boys band is hilarious!
Nolan M (gb) wrote: A sequel thats just as good as the first.
Bianca J (au) wrote: really good movie :)
Sara P (mx) wrote: Beautiful remake of Rashamon....See it
Seraphic W (it) wrote: My love for Pacino knows no fucking bounds, a'right? This... Straight-up more painful to sit through than Jack and Jill.Jack and Jill, people!Jack. And. Jill.
Allan C (es) wrote: MGMHD is mining their library of 80s cheese again and I, of course, can't help but watch. I also have to say I have a new respect for Josh Brolin as a result of his skateboarding skills in this film. "No Country for Old Men" would definitely been helped if the Coen Brothers let Brolin skate a little. But to the film at hand, it's essentially "West Side Story" on skateboards, which was really just "Romeo & Juliet" with show tunes. There are also subplots about rival skate gang leaders wanting to go pro and also a climactic skate competition. It's a pretty weak movie, but the novelty of Brolin, now a well established actor, in a super cheesy 80s teen movie goes a long way. You also have a pre-Twin Peaks Sherilyn Fenn as a tough skater girl named Velvet, sporting some huge hair and wildly over-the-top make-up. The Red Hot Chili Peppers also show up to play in one club scene and you also get a few famous skateboards of the day, including Tony Hawk. Don't watch this if you're wanting an quality movie. Just watch this if you want some nostalgia or ironic entertainment. One interesting bit of trivia, Catherine Hardwicke did the production design on this film, who would years later later go on to direct "The Lords of Dogtown."