“American Pie 2″ Movie Details
American Pie 2 tagline: This Summer It’s All About Sticking Together.
|Directors: J.B. Rogers|
|IMDB Rating: 6.2/10 out of 62,891 votes|
“American Pie 2″ Movie Review
“American Pie 2″ Plot Summary
The continuing bawdy adventures of a group of friends reuniting after their first year of college. add synopsis
American Pie 2
It is almost as good as the first one, with all the teenagers from American Pie reunited after graduating from college. Jim (Jason Biggs) has heard from Nadia (Shannon Elizabeth) that she is coming to see him, so he seeks ’sex’ advice from his prom date Michelle (Alyson Hannigan). Kevin (Thomas Ian Nicholas) is still an idiot and still trying to be friends with Vicki (Tara Reid). Oz (Chris Klein) is speaking to Heather (Mena Suvari) on the phone, they even have short phone sex. Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas) is still obsessed with Stifler’s Mom (Jennifer Coolidge) ever since prom, and Stifler (Seann William Scott) is still the loud and hilarious jock. Anyway, the basic story is they rent a beach house and spend summer there, and eventually do a party that they will never forget. My favourite bit is Jim gluing himself to ‘himself’ (his penis). Filled with more good laughs and more short scenes with Jim’s Dad (Eugene Levy), this is a good sequel. Good!
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“American Wedding” Movie Details
American Wedding tagline: This time they’re going all the way.
“American Wedding” Movie Review
“American Pie: The Wedding” Plot Summary
The third film in the American Pie series deals with the wedding of Jim and Michelle and the gathering of their families and friends, including Jim’s old friends from high school and Michelle’s little sister.
A Grand Finale!!!
American Wedding is the funniest film in the American Pie series. Most of the original gang is back to see Jim and Michelle tie the knot. But, the two characters have to overcome a couple of obstacles. One obstacle is making sure Stifler behaves himself. Does he… not really. Stifler throws a bachelor party when Michelle’s parents are supposed to turn up, eats dog crap while saying it’s chocolate, losing the ring, and having sex with Jim’s grandmother. Stifler is by far the most funniest character in the film, especially when he plays nice boy. Jim and his father are funny, too. I liked the part when Jim shaves his privates and throws the shavings out the window and into people’s mouths and wedding cake. The characters are original and hilarious. The acting was great, so was the directing. As with the first two films, there is a great soundtrack. I recommend seeing this grand finale. I rate this film a 10/10.
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“Match Point” Movie Details
Match Point tagline: Passion Temptation Obsession
|John the Chauffeur|
“Match Point” Movie Review
“Match Point” Plot Summary
At a turning point in his life, a former tennis pro falls for a femme-fatal type who happens to be dating his friend and soon-to-be brother-in-law. add synopsis
The Talented Mr. Allen: Woody’s best film since ‘Crimes & Misdemeanors’
MATCH POINT (2005) ***1/2 Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, Scarlett Johansson, Emily Mortimer, Matthew Goode, Brian Cox, Penelope Wilton, Margaret Tyzack, Ewen Bremner, James Nesbitt. The Talented Mr. Allen: Woody’s best film since ‘Crimes & Misdemeanors’Woody Allen has been a respected filmmaker for over thirty years and in recent memory has been in something of a slump with his trademark New York neurotic comedies of late and it has been well over a decade since he attempted anything resembling a drama (his last was a combination of comedy/ drama for his masterpiece ‘Crimes & Misdemeanors’ in 1989) and in his latest stab at it comes through remarkably with his best film in sometime
Jettisoning his usual choice of his beloved Manhattan The Woodman jaunts across The Big Pond and sets his story in London (not the first European adventure mind you – he did go to Paris for ‘Everyone Says I Love You’) with the plot focusing on a borderline callow young tennis player cum pro, Chris Wilton (Rhys-Meyers giving Jude Law a run for the money as sexiest Brit on screen) whose philosophy for life is being lucky rather than being good or great at something. This proves to be his one flaw as he obtains a job as an instructor for a supremely private resort club where he befriends one of his charges, Tom Hewett (Goode), whose shared love for opera has him inviting the unassuming Chris to a performance where his family has a box seat reserved. Here he meets the rest of Tom’s family: respected businessman Alec (the ubiquitous Cox), tipsy mum Eleanor (Wilton) and engaging sister Chloe (the wonderfully sublime Mortimer) who falls deeply head over heels in love with Chris almost immediately. Chris too finds himself in love with Chloe and before you know it is taken in by the wealthy clan as one of the family
As the story progresses Chris finds this sudden shift in his life moving along nicely and to his agreement accruing a position in one of Alec’s many business ventures as an apprentice seller and weekends at the sprawling estate of the Hewetts. It is there he also meets Tom’s gorgeous American fiancee, Nola Rice (Johansson giving one of her better performances to date), a fledgling actress who beguiles Chris immediately and he is smitten by her, intoxicated by her very presence that the two wind up in a countryside embrace leading to a moment of unbridled passion. While Nola makes light of giving in to their primal desires as a lack of clarity on her behalf, Chris cannot get enough of her; Nola explains this desire is temporary and that she is getting married to Tom; end of story
Chris tries to do what’s right and eventually marries the unsuspecting Chloe and absorbs himself in work until one day while playing a set with Tom he is informed that Tom has dumped Nola and is in love with another unknown woman. The fire is re-ignited in Chris’ soul and the determination heightened as he becomes infatuated in finding Nola again to seduce her once and for all. Allen allows his talented class plenty of room to act up a storm but not overact the seemingly straight-forward melodrama at hand but what makes it rise above the norm is the way his leads make their seemingly unsympathetic characters empathetic. Rhys-Meyers remains cool as a cucumber until the predictable complication ensures his affair with Johansson will lead to an unlikely scenario that borders ridiculous mystery theater affair however maintains a balance of dread in when the couple will come to a head. Johansson mixes the smoky cadence of her Kathleen Turner-like vocals into a come-hither-insouciance not before experienced and has the tricky task of making her Nola’s head case come to fruition with believability; she succeeds succinctly
Allen’s screenplay is literate, clever and crafty and at once familiar with a few of his trademark quips tossed in with elan that his upper crust characters make the most of what they can with a dry bright witticism here and there. The storyline flows evenly amidst its choppy third act that feels a tad rushed yet when the darkness comes it echoes ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’ which it has a lot in common with but never trespasses entirely. This is Allen’s most adult film in sometime and not to besmirch it perhaps his most challenging one to date. Thank God Woody is back in fine form, not unlike an old tennis pro on the senior’s tour with a wicked backhand.
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“Atonement” Movie Details
Atonement tagline: You can only imagine the truth.
|Directors: Joe Wright|
|IMDB Rating: 7.9/10 out of 69,994 votes|
“Atonement” Movie Review
“Atonement” Plot Summary
Fledgling writer Briony Tallis, as a 13-year-old, irrevocably changes the course of several lives when she accuses her older sister’s lover of a crime he did not commit. Based on the British romance novel by Ian McEwan.
Amazing!!! Favourite Romantic Movie.
I was completely stunned when I watched Atonement yesterday. From the funny lines to the sad moments, this movie does not fail to amaze me. James McAvoy is by far the shining star in this movie, endowed with unfailing charisma and absolutely adoring accent. The score was impeccable, especially the sound of the typewriter. I loved the scenes from Dunkirk, the hospital, and ,of course, the mansion. It’s truly an amazing movie that I consider to be the best of 2007’s. The ending was rather sad, but it fits perfectly. Keira Knightley was ineffably wonderful with her charming beauty and brilliant performance. One should really go and watch it because it’s a fulfilling experience. I personally give it 10/10.
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“Superman II” Movie Details
Superman II tagline: Miraculously freed from eternal orbit, the three outlaws from Krypton descend to earth, for the ultimate confrontation.
|Directors: Richard Lester|
|IMDB Rating: 6.7/10 out of 27,962 votes|
“Superman II” Movie Review
“Superman 2″ Plot Summary
Superman agrees to sacrifice his powers to marry Lois, unaware that three Kryptonian criminals he inadvertently released are conquering Earth. add synopsis
Best of the sequels!
After the events of ‘Superman: The Movie’, the man of steel (Christopher Reeves)just saved Lois (Margot Kidder)from terrorists in Paris as he throws out their thermonuclear device that accidentally breaks the three evil Kryptonian criminals named Zod, Ursa and Non (Terrence Stamp, Sarah Douglas and Jack O’Holloren) out of their space prison to enslave the Earth with the help of Lex Luthor (Gene Hackman) as only Superman must stop them. But unfortunately for Clark Kent, he wants to give up his super powers so he can be with Lois for she has found out what Clark’s secret really is and is now mortal with no power. However, the country is in chaos especially the world which is in mortal danger from the fearsome four but can Clark change back to Superman? Excellent second part of the franchise and proves a second part of a franchise can work like ‘The Godfather 2′, ‘Evil Dead 2′, ‘Dawn of the Dead (1978)’, ‘Empire Strikes Back’, ‘Spider-Man 2′, ‘X2′, etc. The acting is top notch, the villains are believable especially the sexy Sarah Douglas as Ursa! Good special effects and E.G Marshall does an appearance as the President
This sequel has everything to please fans of the first movie especially more action then ever! a highly recommended sequel and can’t wait for the Richard Donner director’s cut version coming out this fall.
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“Pretty Woman” Movie Details
Pretty Woman tagline: Who knew it was so much fun to be a hooker?
“Pretty Woman” Movie Review
“Pretty Woman” Plot Summary
A man in a legal but hurtful business needs an escort for some social events, and hires a beautiful prostitute he meets… only to fall in love.
A winning romantic comedy.
Garry Marshall may not be the most interesting director working in Hollywood, but his movies are definitely entertaining, and in that sense he is successful. Perhaps his two greatest films, which also are the ones he’ll most likely be remembered for, are ‘Beaches’ and ‘Pretty Woman’. One of the most commercially successful (almost $500m worldwide!!) romantic comedies of all time,’Pretty Woman’ is a charming modern day fairy tale that works largely in part to the phenomenal on-screen chemistry between its two stars Julia Roberts and Richard Gere. In an Academy Award nominated performance as Vivian Ward, Julia Roberts truly shines. Her screen presence is nothing short of radiating, not to mention she’s a highly skilled comedic actress. The film also owes a lot to its equally strong supporting performances from Jason Alexander, Laura San Giacomo and Hector Elizondo. All cliches aside, it’s highly enjoyable and stands up superbly even after repeated viewings, a definite 10/10.
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“Frida” Movie Details
Frida tagline: Prepare to be seduced
|David Alfaro Siqueiros|
“Frida” Movie Review
“Frida” Plot Summary
A biography of artist Frida Kahlo, who channeled the pain of a crippling injury and her tempestuous marriage into her work. add synopsis
Incredible eyebrow woman
Throughout the entire film I was unable to avert my gaze from the bushy forehead of the amazing ‘woman with one eyebrow’ – and nowhere on the net can I find a photograph of Frida Kahlo with such an impressive hedgerow plastered across her face. Why it was felt necessary to portray her thus, is a mystery to me. It may seem trivial, but it really did detract from what is essentially an immense performance
Hayek excels, and definitely makes the movie more palatable for mainstream audiences who may not be interested in the social and artistic merits of what is an important historical era. She is ably assisted by the talented Molina, and the beautiful sets and photography are a fitting tribute to the story of one quite amazing woman
So even if you think art is bunkum and history is naff, I think you will enjoy this sad but uplifting tale of a beautiful, spirited and unforgettable woman. Surely a must-see for any cinema buff.
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“Notting Hill” Movie Details
Notting Hill tagline: Can the most famous film star in the world fall for just an ordinary guy?
“Notting Hill” Movie Review
“Notting Hill” Plot Summary
The life of a simple bookshop owner changes when he meets the most famous film star in the world. add synopsis
One of the most enjoyable romances ever
You’ll find, that with most British comedies, there’s a lot of wit, that they carry, which will be lost of most people. However, this is one of those unique little gems, that everyone can have the pleasure of enjoying and partaking in
Although it’s not my favorite Julia Roberts movie, it’s my second favorite. ‘Steel Magnolias’ is a film, I will forever carry a special place in my heart, however, this comes as a close second. Hugh Grant gives a typical, gorgeous, and average performance, as an average Joe who falls in love with someone, not within his reach…but somehow is
I would recommend this film to everyone and anyone. If you love light romantic comedies, than this is where you want to be…’Notting Hill’. It’s a fun, flirtatious little movie, that keeps you in store for laughs, tears (depending on how emotional you tend to get with films like these), and plenty of embarrassments. It’s a great film that deserves all the credibility and recognition that it has already received…and then some
Don’t pass this film up. It’s one of the greatest romances of all time, and will stay a favorite of mine for a long time to come. A keeper, and definitely an excellent 10!
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“Legends of the Fall” Movie Details
Legends of the Fall tagline: He was a rock they broke themselves against however much he tried to protect them
“Legends of the Fall” Movie Review
“Legends of the Fall” Plot Summary
Epic tale of three brothers and their father living in the remote wilderness of 1900s USA and how their lives are affected by nature, history, war, and love.
Comedy for the ages
One of the top comedies of the 1990s. Unintentionally, of course. There’s really no other way to take it. Yes, the cinematography is fine. As for the rest … Anthony Hopkins channels Popeye. Brad Pitt channels his hair (I wasn’t aware long, flowing locks were all the rage among officers of the Great War). The sheer heavy-handedness and predictability of the story. … Seriously, when I saw this in the theater, I burst out laughing several times — most notably, the ludicrous scene involving the barbed wire and the machine gun. Hard to believe this is the work of the same director who made ‘Glory’ and ‘Courage Under Fire.’
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“American Pie” Movie Details
American Pie tagline: There’s something about your first piece.
“American Pie” Movie Review
“American Pie” Plot Summary
Four teenage boys enter a pact to lose their virginity by prom night. add synopsis
This is a FUNNY movie!
When I went to the theatre with my boyfriend to see this movie, we both got carded! I couldn’t believe it..her we are 22 & 25 respectively, and we are getting carded for a movie…this one must be really raunchy I thought. I was right! For anyone who liked ‘Something About Mary’, you will definitely like this one. It had me laughing so much, I almost fell off my seat…literally! There is one scene in particular that had me gagging and trying not to throw-up, both from laughing and from the grossness of the scene. There is not much more to say than GO SEE THIS MOVIE with out giving out the details of the movie. You won’t be disappointed!
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