Chronicles the rise and fall of 1970s New York City nightclub Plato's Retreat.
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Arseniy V (kr) wrote: Intersting, but too much of a kid-gloves approach investigatively IMO. I.e. Some bullshit calling is done here, but not nearly as much as is warranted.
Pavan R (mx) wrote: Quite powerfull and disturbing...leaves a bad taste in the endWell made and must watch though
Bronson W (us) wrote: Norbit is hilarious and heartwarming from start to finish. In this movie, Eddie Murphy plays three different characters with three different voices. Eddie Murphy plays Norbit who is a married milquetoast and former orphan who only stays and puts up with his mean, self-centered, and extremely obese wife Rasputia and her mean ways since she's the only family that he has. Once Kate returns into his life, however, he hopes to make his feelings for her known. He briefly uses some profanity and he is also the main protagonist of the movie. Eddie Murphy also plays Rasputia who is Norbit's mean, self-centered, and extremely obese wife who constantly belittles him and she occasionally gets violent with him. She has an affair with her local aerobics instructor Buster who is played by Marlon Wayans. She uses some profanity and she is also the main antagonist of the movie. Eddie Murphy also plays Mr. Wong who is the racist Asian restaurant owner who also runs an orphanage where he raised Norbit and Kate among others.
EWC o (mx) wrote: Well shot, smarter than your average zombie flick, and very creative
Worley G (ru) wrote: Outstanding film, poor movie. As a work of art, it was beautiful to watch. However, it had no entertainment value whatsoever. Unfortunately for me, I require both to truly enjoy a movie.
Noname (jp) wrote: I saw this movie last week and i had never seen it before but heard about it. It was like a mix of mad max / running man kinda but felt a bit old to watch these days.. I thought it should be better and i guess it was back then. Still watchable tho..
Jose Miguel G (mx) wrote: Cheesy but entertaining. The original Django remarks as a classic spagetti western with almost all the elements in it.
Marcus H (ag) wrote: Why they didn't continue making films we may never know