Yoga Hosers

Yoga Hosers

DVD - 2016
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Fifteen-year-olds Colleen Collette and Colleen McKenzie are on their smartphones constantly, sing in a small band, and take yoga classes. The girls will do just about anything to receive an invitation to a senior party. But when they discover the leader of a Nazi splinter group has been raising an army of monsters beneath the store where they work, the teens team up with a legendary man-hunter to stop the world-threatening uprising.
Publisher: [United States] : Invincible Pictures, [2016]
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (88 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
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colony13
Mar 05, 2020

Quite offbeat in concept and humor. Johnny Depp steals every scene he’s in (watch for the moving moles on his face). Uneven, but there are some good moments and crazy cameos.

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Tdruid
Nov 22, 2019

So awful. Only made it through a few minutes. Don’t bother.

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amanoletters99
Oct 14, 2019

This film starts off strong and then sadly descends into something that is...just lame. Kevin Smith should have stayed awake while writing the last 60 pages of the script, it could have been soooo much better.

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inaiz
Dec 19, 2018

I really loved the monsters in this. It was not what i was expecting. I appreciated all the bit parts by Haley Joel Osment, Tyler Garcia Posey, Adam Brody, Justin Long... And if he weren't in the credits, i would not recognise Johnny Depp at all! I found it very entertaining but my complaint is that the yoga is NOT yoga! I don't don't think anyone in this film had ever done a real yoga pose because they're not done with breaths, with sequences, or even proper technique! Alternate yoga that incorporates other elements and mantras would include proper breath work and an instructor who has one focus on the mind linking to the body, not chattering away and pretending those poses were yoga! (This movie came up in my yoga search here so it is a big deal to me when they put it in the title and they're not doing one pose correctly!)

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Sep 18, 2018

This fantasy/thriller film is about two fifteen-year-old girls who seek the help and guidance of a man-hunter so that they can defeat Canadian Nazis. The very premise of this movie is so absolutely ridiculous that it makes you wonder why Johnny Depp would agree to it. Obviously a comedic spoof of some kind, the movie was too cheesy and not at all witty, making it difficult to appreciate this intentional disaster of a film. The one thing that I did enjoy about this movie is how it definitely delivered entertainment. I would rate this movie 2/5 stars and recommend it to those who enjoy absurd humor and really bad movies.
@The_Reviewer of the Hamilton Public Library Teen Review Board

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Ferrous1
Jun 10, 2017

Can't say that I was disappointed, as it was pretty much what i expected, but it wasn't particularly good either. A self-indulgent movie that possibly could have been mused about and seemed a good idea while someone was drunk, and they actually had the money and contacts to make it. Vaguely amusing, crude, and gratuitous use of 'aboot' and 'eh'.

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booksmile
Jun 04, 2017

Quite dumb! But not as horrifying and disgusting as "Tusk" that preceded it. I could at least sit through all of this one. Some good humor and then some terrible jokes and generally quite insulting to Canadians and others.
I like some of Kevin Smith's other films (like "Dogma"), but not this series...

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intangibleobserver
Apr 22, 2017

brilliant...refreshing.

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BeausPerson
Mar 04, 2017

Pretty strange "plot", but the background signs and posters, and the Canadianisms kept me watching and grinning, if not laughing.

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MaxBliss
Feb 27, 2017

Lost one star because no CC.

What if Johnny Depp and Kevin Smith made a home movie starring their daughters who have been BFF since age 5 and are now 15? We get Yoga Hosers.

Kevin loves buddy movies and now he is making a buddy movie with his daughter and Depp's daughter. Very Girrrl Power.

Depp gets to portray a crazy man in his daughter's coming out film. "Toilet Paper Man? That is crazy stupid thing."

Come for the daughters. Stay for the Bratzies.

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