Whatever It Takes
A nerdy teen, Ryan Woodman is smitten with the popular and gorgeous Ashley Grant, who apparently has no interest in him. Meanwhile, dim star athlete Chris Campbell has his eye on Ryan's brainy and beautiful friend, Maggie Carter. The two agree to help each other in their romantic quests, but, as they come closer to their goals, both Ryan and Chris suspect that they might be pursuing the wrong girls.
- Category:Romance, Comedy, Drama
- Stars:Jodi Lyn O'Keefe, Shane West, Marla Sokoloff, Manu Intiraymi, Aaron Paul, Julia Sweeney, James Franco, Kip Pardue, Scott Vickaryous, Colin Hanks, Richard Schiff, Kevin Ruf, Erin Champaign, Rachel Zerko, Eric Kushnick, Jodi Lyn O'Keefe,
- Director:David Raynr,
- Writer:Mark Schwahn
High-school senior Ryan has a crush on sexy, popular Ashley. Meanwhile, dim star athlete Chris Campbell has his eye on Ryan's brainy and beautiful friend, Maggie Carter. The two agree to help each other but later they wonder they might be pursuing the wrong girls. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Whatever It Takes torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: no where near as good as it looks
(ag) wrote: A great film from the Romanian new wave, and possibly one of the best ever made about the failure of a health care system. Its about a nurse who takes an old man through the complex maze of hospitals, ERs, and various health care professionals, trying to get him the urgent care he needs. The difficulties she encounters are bleak, unsparing and brutal. And also hilarious. Director Cristi Puiu is a major talent. He keeps his camera firmly focused on the situation at hand, keeping a slow and steady pace throughout, as Mr. Larazescu passes away in increments. His handling of the comedy is exemplary. It can best be described as realistically absurd. Everything that happens in the movie is clearly well-researched and authentic, so the humour rises organically from the material. Puiu is fiercely observant, and crams the picture with details, which only makes it that much more difficult to take. Compulsory viewing for healthcare professionals, and essential viewing for just about anyone else, its a one-of-a-kind ride through medical hell.
(jp) wrote: A sweet romantic comedy about an ingenue in the big city. No deep messages, but explosive with fun.
(au) wrote: Aptly named, this film depicts several activities labeled perverse by society at large, yet through those revelations we come to understand the demons that Evelyn (Tilda Swinton) is facing down. Strong performances by Swinton and Amy Madigan, as her (younger? older?) sister, Madelyn propel the film. Both women are successful, Evelyn as an attorney being considered for a judgeship, and Madelyn as a doctoral candidate about to make her oral defense of her thesis, and both women get a less than enthusiastic response from their emotionally distant father when they try to share their news. Excellent use of dreams, fantasy, and flashback to help the viewer understand Evelyn's fragility and somewhat self-destructive behaviors. Good supporting cast, with only a couple of weak links, and an interesting side-story concerning a young girl struggling with identity issues helped to keep it from veering off into pure psycho-drama. Good to see Karen Sillas, a personal favorite in a small role here.
(us) wrote: I grew up on this! Never gets old! Frank Dux is a machine. So many classic scenes. So many classic lines ("Okay, USA!"). And Chong Li is about the Baddest Mofo that ever lived. Kumite!
(fr) wrote: I found adorable the little Chuyia. Water is synonymous of woman, destiny, tragedy, tears, purity and renovation. And hope, of course.
(mx) wrote: It's not exactly Sidney Lumet's very best work, but it is rather memorable to say the least.
(ca) wrote: I don't say this much but this movie calls for it I HATED it. All in all I found myself thinking it was dum more than anything. Yes chuck Norris star but that can't really make up for the lack of prior knowledge going into the movie so it starts off with a man sick in bed, he says to the doctor that he wont be able to make it then he starts killing people REALLY that's the prior info that we get I mean come on. The movie sucked also but the zombie 7 foot man really annoyed me! SKIP THIS MOVIE PLEASE!! I'm looking out 4 U,
(it) wrote: Casino Royale is the best James Bond film I have ever seen. Danial Craig is a very handsome men, and his performance is great. The silly James films in the past is not in comparison to this. Excellent thrilling action.
(es) wrote: One flew over the cuckoos nest manages to size up its scope and cultural themes using the confinement of a mental institution. It's allegory and metaphor is extremely complex, but it's pay off is a continual film study, conformity being its central issue.