When a widower with 10 children marries a widow with 8, can the 20 of them ever come together as one big happy family? From finding a house big enough for all of them and learning to make 18 school lunches, to coping with a son going off to war and an unexpected addition to the family, Yours, Mine and Ours attempts to blend two families into one and hopes to answer the question Is bigger really better? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Donny N (fr) wrote: This movie has everyone...Funny as hell!
Lon T (jp) wrote: Any fan of boxing, or of boxing films, will enjoy this amazing, true story of a legendary fighter, and the real people behind the scenes in the boxing world. A great portrait of a great fighter, the not so distant past history of the "sweet science" world, and of America's not-so-pretty military and political involvement in Panama, as seen through the eyes of the Panamanian people. Edgar Ramirz,(Duran), Robert De Niro (Ray Arcel), John Turturro (Frankie Carbo), Reg E. Cathey (Don King), and Usher (Sugar Ray Leonard), all turn in excellent performances in this inspirational and underrated biopic.
Lewis M (mx) wrote: This was a much better film than I thought it was going to be. Much like Life After Beth, Jeff Baena has an uncanny and original way of showing you something you haven't seen before. He is definitely an original talent and he has made a very funny movie that in the long run is not funny at all- because it is all about the human condition in all its foibles both comic and tragic. There is alot more going on in this film than meet the eye and it will definitely require another viewing. Yet is very gratifying to find out after seeing this fine film that he adapted a Mike Leigh style of rehearsing and letting the actors improvise in character. Especially when the cast is this good. There is an aforementioned 'bachelor party'- following a tragedy that is the entire focus of the film and while not a whole lot gets said and done- everything gets said and done that is both meaningful and real. The film speaks miles about the mysteries between the sexes as well as the emptiness and pain that can be found in relationships...especially in the scene when the lead character is confronted by the parents of his fiance... wow! I do highly recommend this one, as I was lucky to see it on the big screen in Oakland... and incidently if you don't know who Mike Leigh is- do your f'*&king research!
Steve W (jp) wrote: I'm surprised that this movie was this good. Its about a tavern in the middle of nowhere, owned by four beautiful prostitutes. When people come to their tavern to drink and rest, the prostitutes are actually dangerous ass-kicking assassins who kill and rob from the corrupt politicians. Their latest score uncovers a wimpy noblewoman, who was kidnapped, her family slaughtered by the vicious General Quan Du. After proving her skills in kick volleyball, the newest recruit trains to become an assassin to kill her enemy. With plenty of twists, character development, and competent swordplay, The Lady Assassin is a sexy, violent, ass-kicking movie with beautiful settings and even more beautiful women.
Lee A (nl) wrote: Very poor - can't believe the average rating. Are the people rating this scary real horror fans?!
Jenn T (us) wrote: Thank goodness this movie was only an hour. Junk horror movie.
Sam R (jp) wrote: A life between the exit signsVery dark and moving story. Worth watching at least once.
Tracy F (fr) wrote: Perhaps one of the worst movies ever.
Andrew M (nl) wrote: Hollywoodland is a fascinating story lost in a bland cinematic retelling. The ambiguity around the mysterious death of the first actor to ever play Superman, George Reeves, makes for an interesting detective mystery; paired with two simultaneously running storylines, one featuring the investigation and media circus and one focusing on Reeves' life leading up to his death, it has all the makings of a stunning piece of filmmaking.It's a shame that this story is being told through such a bland script. It's a slow-burn that takes its time in revealing details and building upon itself, but maybe it takes too long in doing so. By the time the credits roll, there's no lasting sense of impact that should accompany this story. It's sad to see the talent of Adrien Brody being wasted in such an unfulfilling script: Brody is clearly giving it his all, and acting-wise, he's certainly not bad, but a stronger writer could've elevated his performance, and the film overall, into something much stronger.The other side of the story, the George Reeves half of the film, is more solid. Ben Affleck's portrayal of Reeves is quite powerful: not only does he bring a sense of warmth to the few scenes in which he actually plays Superman, he shows the more tragic, troubled side of the struggling actor. Diane Lane, who has many powerful scenes of her own, and Bob Hoskins also feature prominently in this half, and are both excellent.The contrast in quality between the two halves is detrimental to the overall experience, which is a shame because there's a lot of good hidden within Hollywoodland. For a directorial debut from Allen Coulter, it's quite a competently filmed and produced movie, and with a stronger writer behind it, it could've become something truly special. As it stands, it's a mostly unimpressive look at the Golden Age of Hollywood and what comes with becoming a star that'll likely hold your attention for two hours, if nothing else.
Terri J (fr) wrote: I was disappointed with this. It had it's funny moments but after a while i had to switch off.
Gmd E (gb) wrote: A movie that's shows how to create a good parody.Funny clever and inventive.Sadly,from the third movie,downfall started.
Private U (au) wrote: Distinctly average but there are a few funny moments.
Jamileh M (ru) wrote: Very nice movie, Now I know Sophia Loren was not only stunning but a great actress too.
Thomas H (kr) wrote: Interesting characters and themes of class and social status make for an engaging film noir.
AD V (nl) wrote: Stupid & campy BUT gory and fun at the same time. A quasi-sequel to Blood Feast.
Tim R (jp) wrote: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is on of the best action adventure films in recent years! It was great seeing Harrison Ford in the role of Indiana Jones again!
Darren P (kr) wrote: An interesting, intricate western - that doesn't always come together.
Jay S (kr) wrote: Started off showing much more potential than the last two Mars movies I saw... but then quickly degraded into an improbably 'zombies on Mars' movie... where they zombies are controlled by a seemingly sentient bacteria that makes the host go psychotic, not to feed, but perhaps to spread... In any case, they are smart, use tools and even explosives, and can strategize. Plain ridiculous. Some decent acting though, until of course people become zombies. And some really improbably reactions. And one thing I always notice and never like is when an actor reacts according to what was clearly scripted and written, rather than what is clearly being seen and experienced. Nobody faced with a person that was dead for hours with a breached space suit on Mars with no source of oxygen all that time, and whose face is now blackened, decayed flesh is going to say things like, "Hey, we're gonna to get you some help." But obviously that's what the script asked for. Why wouldn't a director intervene?
Spencer K (gb) wrote: a cult classic in many ways, but not near as funny as I wanted it to be. the cast is killer and a truly great ensemble. it's very entertaining and I had fun with it, I just wished it would have been funnier than it was.