Three brothers, one spiritual and living at a monastary, one a gambler, and one an intellectual, work out their problems in 19th century Russia.
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Josh A (us) wrote: Warburton is really the only reason to consider watching this (aside from a couple of surprising bit parts and cameos). Although he's able to deliver some laughs, the movie is amateurish, foolish, and not that funny. Then there's the plot... Oh, wait, no there isn't...
Jeffery O (ru) wrote: I needed a good movie to forget about work.
Helena M (ag) wrote: Frank Langella performs well as usual, story about and aging writer and young student - both seeking popularity and success.
Brad S (kr) wrote: The 2nd film in the trilogy isn't as good as the first, but it is elevated by the presence of Zhang Ziyi who is a lot of fun in this one. I also enjoyed Roselyn Sanchez in this one. Worth a watch.
Joey T (fr) wrote: Predictable, ridiculous, but surprisingly watchable. I will not be keeping it in my collection but I don't regret seeing it.
Stefan G (fr) wrote: I was hoping this would be somewhat decent, but it turns out the director is only occasionally good at what he does. Spies Like Us is a case of the director and the cast resting on the laurels of their previous successes and assuming that the same approach will consistently work again and again, but the problem here is that the film seems horribly rushed. It was made in the same time as Rocky IV, during a time where everybody thought Russia was the big bad wolf. Sure enough, much of the clichs of the Cold War are prevalent here, where they're taken into comedic context, except for the fact that the jokes don't work at all, either because they're outdated or because they simply weren't funny. That in itself seems somewhat odd when you consider that many of the people involved have done a good job in previous films. For example, Dan Aykroyd was amazing in Trading Places and Ghostbusters, but somehow he can't make it work in this film. Am I the only one who thinks that's slightly odd? The story is a completely stupid concept. It revolves around sending two incompetent boobs as proxies just because the military didn't want to send talented officers. That should be a funny plot, but it's not very believable, and the film does a very poor job at hiding this. As for the acting, there's quite a lot of overacting, and it's painfully apparent that nobody who was involved had any enthusiasm for the film at all. On the whole, it seems as though the film-makers were cutting corners everywhere, even when it comes to the look of the film. This was made in 1985, and yet it looks as though they used the cameras they used for National Lampoon's Animal House. Perhaps that is rather fitting, considering that this is clearly one of those films that nobody wanted, and yet somebody decided that it still had to be made. Either way, Spies Like Us was simply awful, both as a comedy film and as a star vehicle.
Bill M (us) wrote: One of the great anthology films from the time when horror was FUN, Creepshow is a fucking blast of 80's horror goodness, with it's five different tales of the macabre, brilliantly stylized comic book visuals and sense of blackly humorous, gory playfulness, Creepshow is an absolute joy, a perfect Halloween treat bursting with invention, nasty shocks and weirdness.
Dave N (de) wrote: A good romantic comedy/drama, with a great cast, young and older. And the final scene is on a road I've walked along many a time, which is always nice to see on the screen.
Private U (kr) wrote: For 1936, B&W and no hollywood interference, this is brilliant. A classic british sci-fi but without aliens. Just god, maybe.
Tami S (kr) wrote: Cute, whacky, funny. Billy Crystal and Stanley Tucci steal every scene they are in; they make the movie fun.
Katelyn G (ag) wrote: this movie kind of disappointed me. I thought it would've been more scary
Matt H (de) wrote: Mostly ok, but one of Billy Wilder's lesser comedies.
Randy P (de) wrote: Phenomenal. Hyper intelligence with meaning that will most definitely bring a whole new perspective of what life really means to you.