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17 Again [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Zac Efron
17 Again [DVD] DVD ~ Zac Efron
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Appeals to all ages, 9 Aug 2009
This film gave much more than i had anticipated. Thinking of more high school cheese and all that, well the film is more deep. Zac efron did some good and convincing acting in a difficult role. You will really notice this when compared old Matt's acting(chandler from friends)-dont worry its short! Ned (thomas lennon)was particularly hilarious also.

the story tells of Matt, a middleaged man with a troublesome relationship with his wife and 2 teen kids, on the verge of losing everything. His life, job and family is heading down a bad track as he wonders what "could have been" if his life had taken a different path. Reminded me somewhat of the whole "i could have been a professional… Read more
Confessions of  a Shopaholic [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Isla Fisher
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars ermmm WHAT WAS THAT?, 3 July 2009
2 hours of why did that happen? who is that? why is she doing this?
i expect chick flicks to be jumpy and cheesy but this is so far from the book (which i liked btw) that it doesnt make any sense. it seems the time that should have been taken to add some depth to the characters was used in random scenes (the emphasis on the whole shopaholic meeting discussion thing was rubbish - they could have found another way to get there).
therefore you could not connect with rebecca or any of the characters and therefore didnt care if she landed in it or not.

If you want a film showcasing love and labels in the city look no further than the sex in the city movie
Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Ben Stiller
all i can is this film is brilliant. it was like the first one, only with more of king julian and and the penguins and some great scenes. the only downside is that damn woman with her handbag is in it again ughhhh!
im 18 and i loved it, but it's for all ages. My brothers hate to think they would be entertained by children's animation but did manage to burst out laughing at various scenes. I recommend watching the first film before, however the start of this one it explains where they are and how they got there so it's not essiential.

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