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Aim for the Roses

Aim for the Roses

    

Released

IMDB: /10 votes

In the movie Aim for the Roses ,A "musical docudrama" by John Bolton, inspired by the utterly amazing and completely ridiculous album by Mark Haney, inspired by the daredevil stunt to end all daredevil stunts by Ken Carter. This movie was released in the year 2017. You may enjoy streaming it as it features Documentary, Biography, Drama genres. It runs for 102 min. watch Aim for the Roses movie online free,watch Aim for the Roses online for free,free Aim for the Roses movie online,watch free ...

Firewall 2006

Firewall 2006

    

Released

IMDB: /10 votes

There is now practically a subgenre of films in which the protagonist's family is kidnapped and the bad guys use that leverage to get him or her to perform some misdeed. Nick of Time, Hostage, and Red Eye all fit the bill. Firewall borrows not so much from these as it does from a television version of this scenario: The first season of 24. In addition to the premise, it borrows the technology (video and audio surveillance of our hero), ...

Scary Movie 4 2006

Scary Movie 4 2006

     14 April 2006 (USA)

1h 23min Released

5.1
IMDB: 5.1/10 97,742 votes

In our current sequel-centric, brand-name-repurposing movie climate, Scary Movie 4 represents a triumph of commerce, but—let's face it—a bankruptcy of art. It's all upside for Dimension Films, a subsidiary of Disney. Shot quickly and deceptively cheaply by industry stalwarts led by director David Zucker, Scary Movie 4 pokes gentle fun at a bunch of game cameo players and hit movies (mostly of the horror and science-fiction genres) that audiences can smugly recognize. Only one this time—The Village—is a Disney movie ...

Diary of a Wimpy Kid

Diary of a Wimpy Kid

Diary of a Wimpy Kid    19 Mar 2010

PG 94 minReleased

6.2
IMDB: 6.2/10 33,787 votes

Few moviegoers are as demanding as young readers confronted with a film adaptation of a book they love. The makers of the “Harry Potter” and “Twilight” franchises live in terror of the judgment of such audiences, who often demand literal fidelity to the text in question. The minor liberties and omissions of the recent movie version of “The Lightning Thief” provoked withering scorn, at least from a certain fifth grader I know. As for “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” — ...