Mm...depends on preference. I personally like the 2nd one better because at least he has more of an adventure in being out in the snow-ridden streets of NY, while in the first one he is just confined to that one house. I was more on the edge of my seat in the 2nd one.
Get Rich or Die Tryin'
Hard Target 2
Jackass: The Movie
Jackass Number Two
Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa
The Emoji Movie
It's just a joke.
When children are given candy/sweets, they're often advised not to eat them close to a meal-time or it will ruin their appetite. Obviously in the film, the child was given a tiny number of Tic-Tacs - not enough to make any difference at all!
maybe once or twice a year. if there's a movie i'm interested in, or one for a series collection, i'll just wait and get it on Blu-ray. they're often on sale within the first weeks of release, and cost about the same as a couple of movie tickets anyway, drinks, popcorn, etc. plus, most copies...
can you name a TV series or Movie which really represents true American family values? as a non American I really got fed up with Hollywood s representation which mainly focuses on California , New York and Texas , and it also shows a side that I believe isn t true
Friday The 13th (2009)
I rarely watch Christmas films; Die Hard is the closest thing. The rest of them are basically awful dirge. Either the family comes together against all odds, or the cynic has something happens that makes them fall in love with a willing partner or the concept of Christmas. The other batch is animated films; all...
Because you like quality movies with an artistic vision that make you think or feel and he likes mindless, forgettable entertainment with bright colors and fast movement.