A Gun in Each Hand
A comedy centered on eight men in their 40s, all with identity crises.
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Amie S (jp) wrote: It was alright. Didn't really like the guy in the movie so it was hard to car if they got together.
Robyn H (ca) wrote: I wish they would have done Mort but this one is excellent as well
Eric D (nl) wrote: I liked it. Tough and true.
FilmGrinder S (br) wrote: The best of the "serious" LDS flicks. How can you not like Kirby?
Joseph H (es) wrote: I dont want to watch.
Graham M (us) wrote: Even if the motives of the protagonist are hard to understand, it never ceases to be at least interesting
Diane L (ag) wrote: This film is ridiculous, with the exception of the scene recalling the tale of the Prince whom Basquiat in some ways resembles. Schnabel seems less impelled to recall Basquiat the artist as much as he seems to want to use Basquiat as his canvas, turning a brilliant artist and an interesting mind into a caricature for Schnabel's own self-glorification. This movie is not about Jean-Michel, it's about Schnabel.
WW2 Buff W (jp) wrote: I am writing this in 2014 never having even heard of this film until watching it just now on TV. It's awful with a capital AI had to check several times that it really was made in 1989 as Gerry Anderson did better special effects backs in the 1960's on his puppet shows, let alone many of the other sci fi films made before it in the 1980's. Ok so the budget was very obviously tiny, but even so that is no excuse for the rubbish camera work and using sets which make the models look like models being filmed on a set which is itself a model set. Sense of scale is vastly lacking !The script is dire and the acting is beyond wooden. No attempt is made to react "normally" to the various plot lines. My comrade has just died, the ship to get me home has vanished, I know I'll erect a blow up tent I just so happen to have with me and have sex (not shown of course!!!!) with the token female cast member because that is exactly what you do when you have just met someone from an extra terrestrial civilisation for the first time. At least Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind realised they didn't have the budget to try to answer "what happened next" and so left you wanting more. Moontrap doesn't even try, it just jumps from silly set piece to set piece and finishes with a ludicrous dinner date discussing "falling stars". I ask you!.One I'll never watch again and on my death bed will be able to confirm: when did I waste 90 minutes of my life!I can understand some people regarding it as a cult film but to me it has not stood the test of time and Chekov fails abysmally to show any acting ability.
Private U (fr) wrote: Early Colin Firth? You've got to be kidding me!!!
Steve W (kr) wrote: There are some moments of pure brilliance in this mockumentary, but it falls flat due to Woody Allen not getting to do much in the film at all. He is seen in photographs here and there, with minimal scenes of dialogue. Due to the documentary nature, the laughs are fewer. There are moments here and there that are simply amazing, but as a whole I think this is one of Allen's lesser films.
Brooke M (au) wrote: only cause alyssa milano is in it
James C (mx) wrote: There's so much to say about this movie I could probably write a whole book just deconstructing it, instead I'll just leave you with this quote "I will be dying and so will you, and so will everyone here. That's what I want to explore. We're all hurtling towards death, yet here we are for the moment, alive. Each of us knowing we're going to die, each of us secretly believing we won't " Watch it, it's genius.