Young Ones

Young Ones

In a future where water is scarce, a farmer defends his land and hopes to rejuvenate his parched soil. However, his daughter's boyfriend schemes to steal the land for himself.

Set in the future, when a major drought has turned Earth into a wasteland giant. The dust was thick coated on the barren and lonely planet. Ernest Holm live in this harsh land with the children, Jerome (Kodi Smit-McPhee) and Mary. He defended his farm against the bandits, doing the plumbing. But Mary';s boyfriend FLEM Lever had other thoughts. He wants to take the Ernest for himself and finds ways to get it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Carole T (es) wrote: Ok sequel but not great.

Patrick K (nl) wrote: This initially came out within a week of the other apocalyptic comedy Craig Robinson was in "This Is The End" but it is quite inferior to that film. Was it funny?? Yes it was but not as funny as it could have been with a hilarious cast including Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry and the witty Anna Kendrick. Ken Jeong as god was unexpected and brilliant but the whole premise of the film was the main 2 trying to rid the world of the anti christ (Robinson) whilst he was trying to mate with Lindsey (Kendrick) as you do. Despite the fact the comedy lacked something it was still good enough to gain quite a few laughs but just wont be a classic

David M (au) wrote: C'mon folks, obviously this movie wasn't meant to be taken seriously. For what it is, it's funny enough. (A comedically bad horror movie.)

Jon N (jp) wrote: A nice take on the 1% of voluntary drug testing that goes wrong. A resident evil esc. direction. The flaw in this is the end is so dull it ruins the film.

Matthew B (gb) wrote: The deleted or Alternate ending was much better

Emma L (ca) wrote: Nothing but boring...

Arman M (ru) wrote: Came across the movie on a fluke, stars Nick Stahl (T3)... its not amazing... but i found it enjoyable, and smart movie. I wished the ending was a bit better, seemed a bit abrupt... Sick cameo by the late david carradine..

Alexander C (gb) wrote: Makes a fine addition to my collection.

Norman F (au) wrote: Just as splendid as the other two movies in the series.

Terri H (jp) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.

Vanessa N (ru) wrote: Nice twist at the end.

Jim L (ag) wrote: This is an amazing movie that chronicles the heavyweight championship matchup (Rumble in the Jungle) between reigning title holder George Foreman and challenger Muhammad Ali in 1974. On September 25, 1974, in the wake of one of the greatest political scandals in its history, Watergate, America was poised to watch a knockout punch that would redefine it as a nation of champions. This film goes beyond the boxing and covers the socio-political impact this fight had on our history books. A great critic quote on this film: 'No comedian was ever funnier, no fighter ever faster than Muhammad Ali, who is caught at the top of his game in Leon Gast's valentine, When We Were Kings'

Amruta G (kr) wrote: Classic romance with he works: bad boy, good girl, splendid scenery, angry father, fighting and of course, a happy ending.

Tatsuhito K (gb) wrote: The trickiest part about this movie is the portrayal of Nell. It's one of those characters that could've easily been over the top, but Jodi Foster's nuanced and thoughtful performance saved the movie from going over the line. It is slow and the story can be boring at times, but Nell is full of thought-provoking ideas. You care about the characters and what happens to them. It may not be entertaining in a general sense, but there's a lot more beneath its skin.

Kevin M W (ag) wrote: With a heartfelt admiration for the Marx Bros. and vaudevillian drawing room pieces, Neil Simon's writing takes center stage in this afternoon comedy about an ex-husband's abrupt reappearance in the life of his ex-wife's happy, successful, and remarried, life. This only lacks a cymbal crash after every line. Cornball fans will be happy.

Will L (jp) wrote: A goofy, gory and inspired parody of both old fashioned creature features and 80's slasher movies; 'Zombeavers' is exactly what it promises to be. It winks at familiar genre tropes while letting its own unique brand of strangeness shine.