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Description: Kirik party is the storyline of a gang of mischievous students, lead by the protagonist Karna(Rakshit Shetty), who have just joined an engineering college. They belong to various streams of engineering but develop a bond while staying together in the hostel. The treatment is ellegant with light humour throughout while exploring the college life of these youngsters. Karna, the protagonist from a tiny city has joined this engineering college and he gangs up with his hostel friends Loki, Alexander, Manja and others to fuel a lot of mischief in the college. During the first year he befriends Saanvi a Final year student and certain incidents impacts Karna’s life making him question his very primary thought process. The progression of Karna and gang from being a bunch of mischief makers to responsible adults is the theme of Kirik Party. It is a fun filled movie with lots of melodious songs.
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Description: 40 year old stand-up comic Sam (Jason Nash) is willing to do anything to receive to 1 million followers to save his marriage. Henry (Brandon Calvillo), a teen social media star & Sam's greatest friend, simply wants to hook up with a pretty Ig model (Jessica Michél) who lives across the country. They squad up on a raucous street trip to collab on videos with the greatest - and the worst - that social media has to offer – including the morally bankrupt Mike $wagg (Bart Baker). Cast includes: Busy Philipps, Liza Koshy, Jimmy Tatro, Andy Daly, Cody Johns, Ry Doon, David Dobrik and more!
Description: Groundbreaking transgender comedian, Ian Harvie is unafraid to joke about topics no another comedian has ever touched. Harvie unveils his first-ever live standup comedy concert film, poking fun at subject from top surgery to his fear of public restrooms to his active sex life.
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Description: Down at the Shark Anomaly Center (or SAC as it's commonly named for short), a group of sexy marine biologists probe the secrets of the best predator known to man! They later explore the ferocious sea monster emits an erotic sound that no girl can resist. But will their newly unearthed 'shark-waves' eventually take them to fresh heights or simply turn them all into irresistible 'shark babes' bent on overthrowing mankind with unbridled sensuality?
Description: Daniel Gelin and Juliette Faber star as a blissfully satisfied honeymooning couple. They are so satisfied that they arouse the jealous attentions of Satan. The Dark Prince sends an emissary to beak up the romance, but his advocate is promptly challenged by a representative from "up above."
Description: Russ Matthews, a theatrical agent who is not above pulling off a hoax or two or more to further the career of his clients (and himself), and a newspaper gossip-columnist, Carol Wilson, receive involved with gangsters when one of Larry's radio-program future-predicting cons gets out of hand.
Description: Vesterman has found a young seal in his fishing nets in the outskirts of the archipelago. When he comes back to the Saltkråkan island he gives the seal to Tjorven, who names it Moses. Peter Malm, a visitor who works at the Zoological Institute in Uppsala, wants to purchase the seal, but Tjorven tells it's not for sale. Vesterman is in need of cash and tries to receive the seal back, to sell it to Peter. The kids have to hide the seal, so he won't search it. Pelle's rabbit Jocke and one of Söderman's lambs are found bitten to death. The dog Båtsman is accused of those evil deeds, which means that Tjorven's father has to shoot her dog. In the last minute Söderman finds out that a fox is the perpetrator. Peter Malm tells he won't purchase the seal. Vesterman is disappointed and the seal stays with the children.
Description: After years of drifting aimlessly and alone, Richard Herring is actually settled down with a wife and a small baby. Is he finally satisfied now? Or does responsibility for the lives of others come with its own terrors? In his twelfth solo stand up show, Richard examines whether we can ever hope to be or are meant to be truly content. If we were never unhappy would happiness have any meaning? Why do our brains force us to envision the worst possible outcomes even on a day when everything seems fine. How likely is it that Richard's baby will be skewered by a stalactite of frozen urine falling from a plane and is it really worth him wasting his time thinking about it? Does being satisfied mean a comedian loses his edge and real belly laughs only come from depression? How much pressure was there on Satisfied the dwarf to live up to his name? Is there any system that will guarantee us eternal bliss or could we just embrace the fact that life is a vale of tears and our only option is to laugh in its face?
Description: Oded wants to look cool in front of his boss, so he lies about knowing a secret beach in Sinai peninsula. Moti, the crazy CEO, decides to take Oded, and two another employees, to the terror-stricken peninsula.
Description: a tiny village in the north of France, is plagued by zombies after a meteorite landed, 3 Homeless peoples gotta war for there lives, And if zombies weren't enough, others peoples coming from VERY far away arrives in town.
Description: When Salacious Thatch begins up an old nuclear reactor, it opens a time portal, sucking our favourite Buxom Beauties into other dimension and spiralling them through time! Along the method they meet Lord Arthur, Sherlock Holmes, Jack The Ripper, Matt Dillon, a entire gang of gunfighters...and even ELVIS! Forget about Bill and Ted, these Bimbos really know how to have an perfect adventure! Full of hot girls, terrible comedy, not so unique effects, and nonstop action - this is one seriously screwed up Sci-Fi comedy that you don't wish to miss!
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Being a Winona Ryder fan, I saw this listed in her credits but had never heard of it. A pretty idea for a film is destroyed by a non-charismatic, lifeless and dull performance by Tag Polish. DULL! And when he speaks you can't even hear him! The actors around him (Winona, Hilary Duff, Sean Astin) are hilarious but can't save the movie. Hilary is a tiny too old actually to enjoy the High School dreamboat, but she pulls if off anyway. Too terrible it's a bore, because the movie has great production values and decent writing. Who knows what really happens when a film is made, but I'm sure Polish's lack of anything another than arriving on the set is the reason this wound up in Red Box and Netflix without ever being in theatres.
I watched this film for the sole reason of hoping vs all odds that this might be Winona Ryder's large break. Unfortunately, it turned out to be yet other uninspired drivel she managed to receive mired in during the last decade.As a fellow reviewer mentioned, the movie's premise is believable and now promising (a revisit of the teenage angst/fitting into society theme but in the context of a grown-up hero should have been just right for Ryder, who had success in this field - Heathers, Roxy Carmichael etc.), the casting is reasonable, but the execution is a flop. Both unrealistic and uninspiring is how it came across to me.*Spoilers below* The main character's plight is resolved in a disappointing manner.He gets into a war with an ex-bully and gets severely beat up right before his appearance on local TV and his speech at high school graduation. WTF was that about? The guy is 38 years old, he's supposed to have at least either brains or brawn by actually (preferably both), yet he behaved like a stupid kid. No, getting beat up is not cool, or smart; it shows a finished lack of progress from his submissive school mentality - and such progress apparently was intended as the main mission of the storyline.He "hits" on a teenage high-schooler (played by a woman who's at least 25, as are all the "highschoolers" in this movie). While this subject was poignantly and deeply explored in movies like "American Beauty", here it's a pathetic mess. If he doesn't wish a relationship with a teenager, why does he let her to hug and kiss him, goes to the prom with her, and soon takes her to an after-prom party? Weird behavior for a 38-old-man who was asked to deliver a speech at the graduation (and is therefore tasked with being a role-model of sorts for the teens). If, on the another hand, he decided to overcome his complexes this way, why didn't he enjoy it to the hilt and have sex with the woman (she is 18)? So, either stupid or cowardly - again, no progress from his high-school persona.The "book" he wrote is a true "masterpiece": a easy retelling of his high-school failures using aliases instead of true names, it is very uncomplimentary to his former classmates, including one of his greatest friends. In fact, I was surprised the unflattering passages which flagellate this guy's life choices did not cost the character his friendship, period.The "speech" he gave at the graduation was a mish-mash of brainless clichés about how high-school life creates memories and influences you (well, duh!) and apparently nothing more than a passage from his own ebook (talk about shameless plugs and laziness!) Finally, the large story of his relationship with Scarlet (Ryder) was basically left hanging. Yeah, he sleeps with her once, and then leaves town. Was this what all the fuss was about? One single sex event? I'm sure she'd do it just for the fun of it (she's also 38, let's not forget that), so why build up so much expectations only to end it with a meaningless pat on the back and goodbye? The two were shown to be seriously attracted to every other, so why does he run away? Again, this is not an adult solution, it's the method a whiny teenage child should react, scared of anything serious.*End spoilers*All-in-all, a disappointing movie. Doubly so for me: as a long-time fanatic of Ryder, it's painful to see her struggling with this type of low-quality spiritless crap. She's obviously not made for the type of plain, tasteless, brainless mulch that passes for movie like "Stay Cool". I'm sure that, given a strong unorthodox director who would enjoy to her strengths in a film that is not scared to break fresh ground, she should shine again. Situation in point: her tiny but vicious appearance in Aronofsky's Black Swan (now there's a film I have no regret of watching!), which was sadly very brief but gave a nice taste of how wickedly effective she can be. Someone like Tim Burton or David Lynch should certainly test her well; too terrible nothing of the sort is even envisaged at this point. Which is sad because it seems an whole era of film-making is silently retiring instead of pleasing us all with fresh masterpieces.
I got this film on the basis of its IMDb score and the one large name - Winona Ryder. I have to tell - IMDb voters, you allow me down this time. No method is this worth 7.6 (edit - my faith is restored in IMDb voters - the rating has dropped considerably, now) .The premise is reasonable and should have been made into a really nice film but, oh dear, there are far too many stupid plot lines. Henry McCarthy goes back home to give the commencement speech at his old high school. He is picked up by his two greatest mates from the airport (one of whom is Josh Holloway - I didn't like him in Lost and I really didn't like him here) and then come the clichés: served coffee by one of his former classmates, stopped by the police while drink-driving - guess what, other former classmate who lets him go with a pat on the back.The concept that the principal (Chevy Chase with a plaster on his nose (why??? - it wasn't funny)) would treat his former pupil turned necessary creator as a naughty schoolboy was stupid. So too was the fact that Scarlet's boyfriend, the coach, acted like a jealous 18 years old. Stupid, also, was the police involvement after the prom - is there really an offence of having a personal party with underage drinking in the States (maybe so, but surely not one of being a 38 year old boy in the company of an 18 year old girl). And so it went on (do they leave present houses launch at night? If his Dad was so keen on his vehicle why didn't he run it through a carwash before returning it?)When the commencement speech and dénouement with Scarlet did come they were both underwhelming.All in all I think this film's rating could languish in the sub 6 zone (my private watershed for whether a movie is worth watching).
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