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Game Day is a movie starring Lisa Zane, Romeo Miller, and Elizabeth Alderfer. A basketball-savvy teen reluctantly agrees to coach a brilliant but self-centered tech whiz who has lost everything when her startup goes bust and...

Genres
Comedy, Drama
Director
John Susman
Starring
Romeo Miller, Elizabeth Alderfer, Lisa Zane, Chris Johnson

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Product details

Genres Comedy, Drama
Director John Susman
Writer John Susman
Stars Romeo Miller, Elizabeth Alderfer, Lisa Zane, Chris Johnson
Country USA, Canada
Runtime 1 h 41 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A basketball-savvy teen reluctantly agrees to coach a brilliant but self-centered tech whiz who has lost everything when her startup goes bust and personal life is left in ruins. Discovering that success at her new job depends on becoming a team player in the office and on the company's, up till now, all-male basketball team, she enlists his help in a desperate attempt to save her job and her future-an experience that ultimately changes both of their lives forever.

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Thursday, 28 May 2020 00:03

How do you tackle the big-budget blockbuster that is Christmas? Well, the answer is not to create a similar movie to the one that came out before, but to create one that is more focused on the special-effects. And here it is. With just a few minor changes to the storyline and some more realistic visuals, "Christmas at the Gable", directed by Pete Docter, is a sure winner. The plot is actually quite simple. A group of friends in a rundown house in a dead-end neighborhood discover that they have been chosen to present to Santa Claus the year's greatest wishes for a fun-filled Christmas. They wish to be able to travel to an alternate universe that is far more like reality, and in which Santa is no longer Santa. This would allow them to experience the joys of Christmas and to finally be where they belong. And if they wish to be transported to a magical world where Santa is actually Santa, they will need to travel through time. The group goes to the nearest time machine to do just that. It is up to them to go back to where they came from, and to use their own special powers to get there. It is a premise that could have easily become a dull, boring and long-winded movie, but Docter has managed to create a brilliant story that is enjoyable from beginning to end. This is a film that does not take itself too seriously, and the story is at least the focus of the film. The acting is very good, with everyone delivering a good performance. The three main characters all have good chemistry together and really have the personalities to make the film work. The only person who doesn't fit in the film is the actor who plays the father of the group. This is an easy mistake to make, and it is one that I feel is due to the fact that he is simply not that funny. And I am not sure if it is because he is a bit older or because he is just not that funny, but either way, this is a huge flaw in the film. "Christmas at the Gable" is an enjoyable film, that is more about the characters than the story. It is a film that is enjoyable to watch for the entertainment value alone, but it is also a film that is good for the fans of the genre. It is not for everyone, but it is certainly one that is worth checking out for the movie fans in your life.
Thursday, 23 Apr 2020 14:39

For a while, "The Simpsons Movie" was a massive flop. It wasn't exactly a household name, but it wasn't exactly a failure either. It became a kind of classic, which is an understandable thing to do, but it was also a strange phenomenon. "The Simpsons Movie" is like that, and it's also one of the most brilliant, hilarious, and eccentric comedies of all time. It's the kind of movie that, if you have the time to sit through it, you will either love it or hate it. The acting, like "The Simpsons" itself, is the most important thing. The voices are almost universally good, and it helps that the film has the kind of characters that, when it comes to acting, you're really only concerned with the quality of the performance, rather than the quality of the voice itself. But even with that, the film is still great. The story is about Homer, who lives in the town of Springfield. When he sees that the town is planning to destroy it and replace it with a theme park, he tries to stop them, but he ends up being mistaken for a genius. When he shows up at the theme park, he's immediately taken under the wing of a young woman, Marge Simpson, who introduces him to the weird world of the Simpsons. In the process, Homer becomes a respected member of the town, and becomes the kind of icon that it was meant to be. And in the process, he ends up having sex with a bus, which he was trying to stop. The plot is simple, but it's still smart, funny, and sometimes even touching. But the best part of the film is that it doesn't feel like a simple story. It feels like a movie that isn't going to end up being anything. The movie is not a conventional comedy. It's not a romantic comedy. It's not a drama. It's not a romantic comedy with a strong, emotional story. It's a movie about a town and its strange inhabitants. It's not a dramatic, even though it has a lot of emotion. It's a comedy with a strong, cynical plot. It's a drama with a great story. It's a movie that should be watched, but also one that should be watched and loved. The film is funny, and the characters are funny, and the acting is great. It's also a very strange movie, even if it's never predictable. The movie ends with a huge surprise, and if you've seen it, you probably haven't figured out what it was. So it's a really interesting and different film. I've been thinking a lot about this film. I'm not sure what to make of it. It's a movie that is great, and it's also a movie that I don't like. And I don't like it because it's just one of the best films of all time, but I think it's because I can't understand what the point of the movie is. It's not a movie that has a clear, defining message, or one that is even really good. But I think that, if it were a really good movie, that would be a really bad thing. So maybe the point of the movie is to be funny, but I think the point is that it is, as well. But I think that's the main thing, the main reason I think it's a good movie. It's really funny, but it's also really strange, and it's also really good.


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