Alpha Male Smith and his Beta, Keith, move to take over a local community. They hook up with restless Female, Denise, igniting a deadly feud in which emotions run high and deep-seated grudges resurface amongst the tribe. Are we not men? Or are we simply beasts? Steve Oram, the actor/writer from SIGHTSEERS and KILL LIST stars in his long-awaited debut feature with a host of his friends. Get ready for the most unusual celluloid primal scream - an anarchic, hilarious, disturbing and touching look at the human condition. THEMROC meets PINK FLAMINGOS in the Cult Movie of the Year.
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(kr) wrote: like bette davis says in 'dark victory' "thats the business of time-it goes tick tickl tick" in this rom-com about time
(gb) wrote: Had to watch the original ahead of seeing T2....never seen it before!
(kr) wrote: I was really struck by how weird Presley was in this movie. Have to rewatch it to see if it has aged well.
(fr) wrote: Kirk Cameron's bosom
(ag) wrote: An absurd romantic comedy movie that, at the end, may be enjoyable for some.
(es) wrote: :rotten: [b][i]Man Trouble [/i][/b]contains the worst and the most unfortunate performance I've ever seen by Jack Nicholson, he was insipid, overacted and his character seemed more promising after reading the plot, his chemistry with Barkin was inexistant... after watching the film the only thing I was sure is that the deserved that 1992 razzie award nomination for the worst actor of the year. the rest of the cast deserved more recognition at the Razzies aswell.[b][i]Man Trouble[/i][/b]'s main trouble is that it's divided in 2 parts: the first half of the film was mediocre; there wasn't any chemistry between Nicholson and Barkin the only funny actor of the movie was Duke the dog. The second half of the film tried to be a comedy mixed with suspense / action and who the hell knows what else but I honestly think it was awful and boring. The only case I can recommend this film is if you are experimenting insomnia... believe me, after 1 hour of torment you will take out the DVD and sleep like a little boy. haha
(it) wrote: Solid conclusion to a pretty great trilogy.
(br) wrote: One of the first horror movies that I ever saw at the theatre. I remembered it as being really good - but now that I've finally seen it again, it's not that great.
(kr) wrote: as good as the first
(de) wrote: This is an excellent and enjoyable children's movie. As a medical student, I love seeing such an important issue, access to medical care in rural communities, come up in this inspiring movie. What better way to initiate a conversation with your kids. Highly recommend. Plus, the animals are cute.
(ag) wrote: This is a hard film to like, as it's so unremittingly grim in its depiction of the feral youth who control Harry Brown's London housing estate. There is truly nothing to redeem them (kind of like Eden Lake), which makes the final third of the film, when it ramps up the violence, much less interesting than the first half.The set up is great - Michael Caine is genuinely frail and vulnerable as Harry Brown. The death of his wife in the opening sequences is heart-breaking. His friendship with Len feels authentic, two old guys making the best of what they have left. But the kids, blimey... the opening police interrogation scene rings the alarm bells for what is to follow. Emily Mortimer seems so out-of-her-depth it's impossible to believe she's the pick of the crop in the Met, that she could have chosen any job. And her male colleagues are universally incompetent or corrupt or both. And the kids... we're given what feels like an eternity of them f-ing, blinding, and generally improvising everything they can to the camera, with the only direction to be as offensive as possible.All of which means that by the time Harry Brown takes matters into his own hands, you're willing him to get on with it, and right quickly. Sadly, it's all a bit strung out and hyper-violent, with an ending that clearly wants us to think this is a modern-day Taxi Driver. Well, Michael Caine is great in this, but this definitely is NOT up there with Scorsese....
(kr) wrote: Innovative for its time This movie is a social commentary about television and its effect on society. James Woods plays the lead in this twisted and surreal film. The ending left me scratching my head.