Whole New Thing

Whole New Thing

Socially isolated by his parents (Rebecca Jenkins, Robert Joy), an androgynous teen (Aaron Webber) enrolls in high school and develops a crush on his male teacher (Daniel MacIvor).

After years of being home schooled by hippie parents, Emerson is enrolled at his local high school. The intelligent and androgynous youth confounds his classmates and captures the attention of his English teacher. The teacher-student relationship leads to problems for everyone involved. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Whole New Thing torrent reviews

Daniel W (de) wrote: I came away from this movie stunned that it had even been released. When i realized it was a Coppola movie, I was flabbergasted. I twisted knot of loose ends, dropped threads, and sheer stupidity. I literally thought the movie must have been some vehicle for all the actors involved to get out of a contract. The acting is, in a word, wretched. If this was the only Bruce Dern movie you'd ever seen, you would never believe for a minute that he could ever put out a performance that could be conceived as Oscar worthy....it was bizarre, whacky, and nonsensical. Kilmer mailed it in, too. Some creepy cinematography and interesting images, but that's it. The movie made no sense and went nowhere. Do not waste your time.

Jonathan A (br) wrote: Silly Japanese actioneer about a martial-arts street hoodlum who is recruited by the police to go undercover as a student in uncovering a cyber-terrorism conspiracy, and her secret weapon happens to be...a metal yo-yo. Only brilliant in short spurts and by that I mean action, there were a lot more moments of drawn-out dialogue and character development than I was expecting for a film that promised such B-movie caliber on the cover. But I can't say I was disappointed neither by watching a diminutive, foul-mouthed Japanese girl wipe the floor with a bunch of pretty boys. "Yo-Yo Girl Cop" delivers, although it's nothing too outstanding, yet it's sufficient for a slow evening.

Chris a (es) wrote: Didn't like episode 1 or 2 but people say this one is better.

Dimitris S (ag) wrote: The prolific novel of Venezis is presented in its explicit,chaotic form.Koundouros is a destructive filmmaker,the manifestation of haughty realms,woe to the fallen he exclaims to us.Smyrna,Turkish,Greeks,a sack of potatoes crammed in the universal field of terror,precisely what war is: a discriminatory illusion.

Lee M (es) wrote: Tries a bit too hard to become monumental in the manner of a John Ford metaphorical Western.

Chip R (ru) wrote: Hilarious, zany comedy!

Jacob B (fr) wrote: It has a questionable premise but a couple of funny moments, some enjoyable scenes and a talented cast including Andy Garcia help Let's Be Cops be a better-than-average R-rated comedy. And it's all thanks to, as the critics consensus states, the comedic chemistry that Damon Wayans Jr, and Jake Johnson have. It may not be the best comedy out there but it's far from the worst.

Konrad A (kr) wrote: This is a too confusing science fiction movie I had a hard time understanding it. It was not that great

Daniel H (ca) wrote: :fresh: [CENTER]Even after Walt Disney's death the company still makes funny movies.[/CENTER]