Where the Boys Are

Where the Boys Are

Good girls Merritt, Melanie, Tuggle and Angie - all students at mid-western Penmore University - are planning on going to Fort Lauderdale, Florida for spring break to get away from the mid-western snow despite not having much money to spend once there. On the drive down, they admit their real purpose is to go where the boys are.

Four very different college girls drive to Fort Lauderdale, Florida for spring break and seek out various adventures and romance for themselves. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Andre T (br) wrote: This is a very funny short-film.The film's run time is approximately 18 minutes. It was written and directed by Luke Matheny, and produced by Gigi Dement, Ryan Silbert, and Stefanie Walmsley. The film was shot in black and white on the Red One camera by director of photography Bobby Webster.In the film, a lounge singer and championship dart player named Raymond Goodfellow is desperately in love with a fellow band-mate, but she only has love for his best friend. The crooner prays daily to God for a way for his beloved to fall in love with him. One evening, his prayers are answered when he's given a box of magical darts with Cupid-like powers. Raymond decides to use the darts to make his own love connection.The film is included as a special feature in the blu-ray release of 127 Hours.Highly recommended!

(nl) wrote: I love, Charlie Hunnam. I am a big fan of his acting and looks. ;} But this movie just didn't do it for me. The story wasn't twisted or mysterious enough for me. Plus the ending sucked. I was hoping for a different outcome. The characters weren't that interesting and lacked depth. I couldn't bring myself to care for them and for what happened to them. Terrence Howard's acting is something I still find hard to like. I don't know what it is about the guy, but he just doesn't do it for me. It was a decent film, but if not for Charlie I wouldn't have rated it what I did or even given the movie a chance considering the plot of the film. If you choose to pass you wouldn't be missing anything.

Kyle V (jp) wrote: A refreshing romantic comedy that's thoughtful and distinct from the generic feel good sensation of the genre, and that's because of it's honest dramatization and narrative, which is ultimately satisfying. It is subtly thoughtful and moving because of how Tom portrays qualities of all people who undergo breakups; stubborn, lazy, and mopey. And how his non-linear narrative arranges his memories of his relationship from worst to best. The choice of using a non-linear style of jumping back and forth between scenes and memories is creative and realistic in this film because it is timely for it's character Tom, though confusing at first. The screenplay is creative and artistic in it's approach in portraying how Tom views his relationship. On a certain scene, he's got a musical sequence to the groove of "You Make My Dreams Come True." And then another scene, a black-and-white-silent-film-type of scene that' emulates a confessional.Whether you're about to watch this for the first time, just finished watching, or hitting the replay button, know that this movie is anchored on Tom, and how he champions his convictions about love and destiny. The screenplay and the non-linear fashion, that everyone talks about, is solely and mutely told from Tom's frame of reference-His expectations that stem from pop culture, how his expectations have been inscribed to his character, and how his expectations fail him. It's ending scene is memorable because the movie presents it's message in an inspired, thoughtful, and abrupt fashion.

Pivi L (ag) wrote: One of the worst horror movies I've ever seen. Was about to quit watching but wanted to see whether it can get any worse - and it did! Stay drunk and you are saved.

Kris C (nl) wrote: it show all what Dir . Lau wanna to say wanna to do in Chinese Odyssey~!! Maybe not the great ~ but it is the good movie of Jeffrey Lau~!

Camille L (au) wrote: Comandante est le premier long-metrage documentaire d'un Oliver Stone qui y trouve l'occasion d'interviewer Fidel Castro, qu'il admire publiquement, pendant 30 heures. Reduit a 90 minutes, cette longue interview entre un dirigeant politique au charisme impressionnant et a la repartie facile et un realisateur opiniatre et provocateur n'est pas forcement passionnante de bout en bout mais est dotee de passages tres interessants et informatifs. De plus, Oliver Stone met ceci en scene avec son style habituel, a la Salvador. Interessant, mais loin d'etre indispensable.

Adam Q (gb) wrote: My introduction to the Qatsi trilogy and my favorite of the three, mostly because the message that it deals with feels the closest to home for me. The soundtrack really anchored what could have otherwise been a cold, stark film and gave it the warmth it needed to follow through.

Shawn W (au) wrote: I thought this was a Police Academy rip-off at first but it was actually made by the same people who brought us Police Academy. I guess not all of Bill Murray's siblings are particularly funny.

Art S (gb) wrote: Yes, weird but not weird enough!