History -- make that high school -- may repeat itself when Marni learns that Joanna, the mean girl from her past, is set to be her sister-in-law. Before the wedding bells toll, Marni must show her brother that a tiger doesn't change its stripes. On Marni's side is her mother, while Joanna's backed by her wealthy aunt.
- Category:Romance, Comedy
- Stars:Kristen Bell, Jamie Lee Curtis, Sigourney Weaver, Odette Annable, Victor Garber, Betty White, James Wolk, Kristin Chenoweth, Sean Wing, Kyle Bornheimer, Billy Unger, Christine Lakin, Meagan Holder, Patrick Duffy, Anna A. White,
- Director:Andy Fickman,
- Writer:Moe Jelline
When successful PR pro Marni realizes her brother is about to marry her high school arch nemesis, who's conveniently forgotten their problematic past, she sets out to expose the fiancée's true colors. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: "You Are the Apple of My Eye" - Inconsistent but still a decent familiar teen romance story with surprising production, and charming cast.
(nl) wrote: Sarah Waters' eerie, erotic tale is brought to the screen in this film, about a medium accused of murder in the 1800's. As dark and brooding as I expected, the actors did a good job of capturing Waters' characterizations, but the plot twists of this story are best left to the printed page.
(au) wrote: Probably takes a back seat to some of Fords action-based films. I do think when Ford plays a dramatic role he does so very well. Ford protrays two characters in this film, funny in this movie how a tragic event in ones life transforms them into a better person. Good movie and probably overlooked by many.
(ru) wrote: It's a decent sequel that gives Ashley Laurence the lead spotlight. There's a ton of really great for its time special effects. My only problem with this is making Pinhead more sympathetic and human, it made him less of a ominous horror icon to a random dude with a past.
(fr) wrote: The third of the Harry Palmer films, Harry Salzman's other 60s spy movies, which conforms to the law of diminishing returns. Whereas the previous movies were resolutely anti-Bond, Palmer now faces a Texan oil billionaire-villain with a huge 'secret' hideout, hundreds of henchmen, and a plan to invade Latvia! Even the title sequence apes the Bond franchise. Nevertheless, it's still hugely entertaining, and the Alexander Nevsky-inspired finale on a frozen lake is great fun. This is probably director Ken Russell's most restrained effort. Ed Begley is also superb as the villain. Seemingly an over-the-top caricature, he now seems a little less funny given the rise of the Tea Party.
(jp) wrote: Trazendo um perfeito mistrio central numa trama muito bem escrita e dirigida,timas atuaes e personagens bem densenvolvidos,Donnie Darko um timo filme de fico e suspense envolvidos numa trama perfeitamente exploradas.
(fr) wrote: haha! this one is good!
(nl) wrote: Highly dramatized account of Robert Stroud, a murderer and a psychopath by most accounts who used much of his time behind bars rather well and advanced the field of ornithology well beyond anyone's expectations. Burt Lancaster, a notoriously difficult actor to work with, ironically softens Stroud's image although he begins as a quite bitter, remorseless, violent and fiercely independent and non-conforming prisoner. As a biopic, it's sort of a bad joke with some truth mixed in. For instance, the whole Alcatraz riot at the end is highly fictionalized and Stroud did nothing to end the standoff such as the movie portrays. Anyway, even with all the things wrong with this film, it's still pretty engrossing.