Wide Open Spaces

Wide Open Spaces

Have you ever had a best friend you couldn't stand? Myles (Ardal O'Hanlon) has one - Austin (Ewen Bremner) - only he's too much of a slacker to do anything about it. In fact, each one of these layabouts is as useless as the other: a pair of thirty-somethings who laze around watching their lives flutter past. Fate, however, has plans to remedy their lack of motivation. Up to their necks in debt, they decide to help a dodgy entrepreneur, Gerard (Owen Roe), to create a new landmark in Irish tourism: a Famine Theme Park.

Have you ever had a best friend you couldn't stand? Myles (Ardal O'Hanlon) has one - Austin (Ewen Bremner) - only he's too much of a slacker to do anything about it. In fact, each one of these layabouts is as useless as the other: a pair of thirty-somethings who laze around watching their lives flutter past. Fate, however, has plans to remedy their lack of motivation. Up to their necks in debt, they decide to help a dodgy entrepreneur, Gerard (Owen Roe), to create a new landmark in Irish tourism: a Famine Theme Park. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mohammad K (de) wrote: USA ... I Love your President ... Obama

Khalid M (mx) wrote: very funny! yet serious at the same time! hahax...

Rea Y (br) wrote: Reda "terpaksa" menemani & mengantar ayahnya yg ingin naik haji. jalan darat naik mobil dari perancis ke mekah. film roadtrip yang bagus tentang "father&son relationship" dengan bumbu religi. menarik, lucu, mengharukan.

Thomas T (mx) wrote: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban proves the more mature the Harry Potter franchise continues to be, the more surprises awaits that you are willing to be sucked into.

sean n (br) wrote: it is really good watched it everynight I would reconmend it for teens and some young one

Aleena K (it) wrote: Such an emotional movie. For ages 14+

EWC o (de) wrote: Mindless action with style over substance, still quite some fun

Matthew D (mx) wrote: Out from under the Burton shadow, this soft reboot succeeds where previous entries didn't by embracing a single tone, which allows for not just a cohesive style but a coherent plot too. That style may often be headache-inducingly garish and the tone goofy; it's hard not to cringe at an embarrassing mad-scientist Riddler and a complete misunderstanding of Two-Face (both competively overacting), but it makes for a more consistent, if more generic, movie. Even with it's light touch the exploration of who the Batman is and how he came to be is deeper than any previous live action outings, and we are also presented with a fairly convincing origin of Robin, once you get over his increased age which is an understandable alteration. At the time this was the most emotionally involving and heroic Batman film produced.

Ryan E (jp) wrote: Feb 22, 2015Orchard Hill Scott Burden

Chris B (ag) wrote: Love, Rosie is a film that can be described in one word: awful. From the opening sequence, nothing in the film works. From the writing, to the direction, even the soundtrack, nothing meshes together and leaves you feeling unsatisfied. This is a typical romance at its most basic, and it is predictable, cliche and lacking any chemistry. I usually try and find one redeeming quality to recommend a movie to those who might be interested in the genre, but this movie left me drawing blanks. If you want to sit through two hours of gross out situations, painful attempts to elicit emotion and genuinely boring material, this may be a movie for you. Otherwise, steer clear of this one. 1.5 out of 5 stars.

Chris H (ru) wrote: A run of the mill drama that I only watched because it had Clint Eastwood and was about baseball. If you like Eastwood or you like baseball then its worth a watch. All others may want to stay away.