What's Your Number?

What's Your Number?

Ally Darling (Anna Faris) is realizing she's a little lost in life. Her latest romance has just fizzled out, and she's just been fired from her marketing job. Then she reads an eye-opening magazine article that warns that 96 percent of women who've been with 20 or more lovers are unlikely to find a husband. Determined to turn her life around and prove the article wrong, Ally embarks on a mission to find the perfect mate from among her numerous ex-boyfriends.

Ally is a woman who has many ex-boyfriends who turned out to be losers. Now she believes that she can't find a good guy. But when she runs into one of her exes who is now a 'Prince Charming', she decides to look up all of her exes to see if any of them have changed for the better. When she has trouble locating them, she asks her neighbor Colin, who sleeps with a different women every night and sneaks out the morning after to avoid talking to them, to help her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ja V (gb) wrote: a homage to Blade Runner. If you're a fan of Blade Runner...you'll enjoy this.

Dan T (br) wrote: I think the movie info got it wrong. The democratically elected government of Brazil was toppled on April 1st, 1964.

Travis F (ag) wrote: Quality cinematography, but excessive use of childish and silly music. Slightly boring.

Colin K (kr) wrote: Merrick! Great villian!

Senor C (kr) wrote: You don't fuck w/ Chuck..or his hat. Norris @ some of his all time ass kicking best & if he's not knocking the shit out of you he's putting a bullet or a blade in your belly. That's pain my friend. I would put this as a top 6 of his flix & that is just because he's really on his kung fu cowboy game here. Although this has it's poor points like why the hell is he voice over narrating his life & one liners it does clips right along w/ very little lag. It's not balls out but it is bad ass for fans or his or 80s action w/out a lot of gun play. I'd rather see them kicked until they bleed anyways

James H (fr) wrote: Popular classic tearjerker, beautifully acted by Gladys George. Interesting story, quite melodramatic but handled very well, strong direction.

Chris B (ru) wrote: I never really got the sense with this film where the villains fit in. It did not feel like s standalone story and felt very linked to Dr. No. It was interesting to see where many of the James Bond tropes began but with the passage of time a lot of these felt like clichs.

Daniel K (br) wrote: 2.5: They sure don't have narrators or voiceovers like this anymore. There is something very old fashioned about Warrender's voice and delivery. Mason is excellent as always of course. There's something about him that is never quite right, which is usually what the characters require. There aren't many stars out there with the beauty, charisma, and command of the camera and the audiences attention that Ava Gardner has either. Interestingly, every film I see of hers only makes me think Kate Beckinsale hit the nail on the head with her performance in The Aviator. This is an interesting tale, but it doesn't keep its focus throughout like other fairy tales of the time, such as Brigadoon. It is quite well done though. They certainly could churn them out back in the day. I think this is the kind of film one could love if one had seen it a number of times at a young age.

Private U (mx) wrote: Great boys own type tale

Keith R (au) wrote: A fun screwball comedy for the whole family starring Bing and Bob.

Reece L (it) wrote: While the animation is undeniably excellent, it still contains that uncomfortable quality that renders the human figures awkward and plastic-looking, and the overuse of showy, swooping aerial shots coupled with a dull script do little to compensate for these visual shortcomings.

Stefan G (au) wrote: And so the hero marches forward to find a mystical treasure and defeat a great evil save the most beautiful woman in the land. That's essentially the heroic fantasy narrative that is so common that it's become part of the public's perception on fantasy in general. One could make the argument that this sort of thing is redundant, but this film is sort of a guilty pleasure for me. Sure, I usually prefer more original and more high-brow fantasy fare, but I can't really object to this film, and there's a part of me that wants to take it for what it is, if mainly because this was the last film featuring old-fashioned animation from the legendary Ray Harryhausen. The premise of the film is based loosely on Greek mythology, specifically on the myth of Perseus slaying Medusa, one of the more popularly remembered of all Greek myths. In terms of narrative, it's quite predictable. The hero is always this strapping young lad selected by the gods above, and his primary motivation seems to be a typical damsel in distress. Of course, what more can I expect? Back in the time this film was made, producers didn't know how to interpret mythology as any other kind of film. That being said, it's not entirely bad. In fact, I could make the argument that when you watch the film, you pretty much know what you're expecting. Then again, I've always been a sucker for fantasy of all kinds, and there are particularly memorable moments from the film that I still enjoy. I also suppose that the acting isn't too bad, though there aren't a lot of likeable or memorable characters to speak of. Fittingly enough, only the gods of Olympus give particularly good performances in the whole film, while the main protagonist comes across as an unrelatable knight in shining armour at best, and a privileged jerk at worst. The acting often comes across as a little hammy, but it's not too heavy-handed. If I thought it was, I wouldn't even consider watching it again. Even if the film is a little wooden in terms of plot and characters, it definitely succeeds in terms of presentation, despite the somewhat outdated swords-and-sandals approach the film seems to be recalling. The film's exotic set pieces definitely convey the setting, and who could forget the creature effects, courtesy of the inimitable Ray Harryhausen. Of course, by the time the film was released, contemporary advances in special effects would have rendered Harryhausen's techniques obsolete, but had the creatures been designed with computer effects, this film might have been completely boring because it would have just been another CGI film. There's always a kind of charm that stop motion animation has which the computers can't recreate no matter how hard we try today. If anything, this film is an example of how old-fashioned techniques can still be effective. The film itself is a bit silly and occasionally veers towards camp, but it's the little things that give this film its merits as decent entertainment.

lewis g (ru) wrote: Deliver Us From Evil is a powerful and necessary documentary which, in some places, is hard to watch. A story of horrific demoralisation. (@Lewis_MrG)

Rebekkah S (us) wrote: I know a lot of people have trouble with this movie because it didn't stay light enough and it didn't end dark enough but I think thats really the best part. It goes down the path that is real likely. *Spoiler* This is a good example of what would happen if you had total control over someone you loved. Calvin made her and could change her at will and he demonstrates this to her at first out of frustration to prove a point. However Calvin isn't a bad person and as he stated earlier in the movie he never intended to write her again and so finally he sets her free. Most people wish it ended there but I'm happy it doesn't. We see her again free with no memory of him. He set her free but she found her way back because ultimately they did love each other.