Jim, the cheapest Chinese American dude in LA, has recently been left by his fiancé, Katherine two weeks before their wedding on Valentine's Day. In order to ease his pain, he asks his long-time best friend and ex-con, Alex, to kill him. Alex reluctantly agrees to give Jim his wish, but he doesn't think its a good idea to do the job down in LA. So Jim and Alex begin their journey with a trip up to Jim's Aunt's cabin in the mountains, under the strict condition that all business is to be taken care of before Valentine's Day.
- Stars:James Kyson, Kathy Uyen, Kirt Kishita, Allen Achterberg, Greg Bishop, Matt Braunger, C. William Chappell IV, Michelle Conry, Mike Dalager, Chris Dinh, Luis Fernandez-Gil, Michelle Guest, Kira Gurnée, Eric Hailey, Susie Heckendorn,
- Director:Ron Oda, Kris Chin,
- Writer:Ron Oda
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(au) wrote: This movie excels because it is so "normal" and realistic; hilarious and heartbreaking at the same time. Amy Adams is of course the stand out and her character's fate adds the dramatic edge to this film. The entire cast is wonderful and special mention to Ben McKenzie (of TV's OC fame) who was a definite surprise in this understated role. If all you have seen of him is crappy teen TV drama then check him out in this film; the scene where he is watching the Meerkat documentary cracked me up. An honest film with realistic and lovable despite their flaws characters this is truly a gem of a movie.
(gb) wrote: The critics hated this film, audiences were torn (it's one of those love it or hate it types), and me? I was on the love it side, all the way. In fact, I loved it so much that I named one of my cats Frankie! hehe There isn't anything I didn't like about the film. The actors were great (not Daniel Day-Lewis or Meryl Streep great, but still very good), the story was interesting, the visuals were beautiful, and, to top it all off, it's got a bitchin' soundtrack, featuring Chumbawamba (no, not *that* song), Massive Attack, Bjrk and David Bowie, and with a score written in part by The Smashing Pumpkins' Billy Corgan. It's a great movie with a great message. Plus, it's got Gabriel Byrne playing a disturbingly sexy priest. He alone would have made the movie, so the fact that it's awesome is just plain gravy, hehe. So, obviously, it gets a big ol' 10/10 from me.
(br) wrote: Spirited comedy which is easy to watch.
(gb) wrote: David Fincher once again provides a clever an intriguing film, filled with engaging mystery and great performances. Gone Girl is a must watch.
(jp) wrote: Monster House brings the kid-friendly horror and humor that will be familiar to fans of Goosebumps.
(fr) wrote: This sequel was the best of the three-part remake series. It's gritty, not cheesy, realistic and very uncomfortable. If you thought the remake was violent and you didn't like it because of the brutality, don't even bother with one. It's very very very brutal and gory but its good.