Butch "Bullet" Stein is a Jewish junkie from the mean streets of Brooklyn, is paroled after eight years in prison. Butch rips off a runner for local drug dealer, Tank, and is soon right ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A tough, Jewish ex-con just released from prison crosses a powerful drug dealer and former prison rival in his return to a life of crime.
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Sam K (mx) wrote: Funniest movie I've seen this year. All of the actors were hilarious and the dry humor was on point!
Phillip H (es) wrote: Subtle social commentary movie on how we're fucking up the planet & depleting its resources that masquerades as a spooky supernatural horror flick & fails. Decent cast, but overall boring & made no sense. Plus I think Guillermo del Toro vouched for it simply because his bud Perlman was in it.
Hektop Y (au) wrote: ok parody a lot of nudity
Huw G (de) wrote: No major surprises, but very detailed and well put together. Infuriating, of course.
James K (kr) wrote: Not your typical Will Ferrell movie and I think that's why I like it so much. Definitely comedy, but a different type. Not at all like "Old School" or "Talladega Nights". A different kind of humor so don't expect the same old thing. This is actually one of my favorite Will Ferrel movies and great performance by Maggie Gyllenhaal. Very original story.
Shawn R (ru) wrote: Was not as good as I remembered it in 98 but still had a small amount of laughs.
Jeff R (kr) wrote: As bad as this movie almost is, it's still a lot of fun. I remember my first time seeing it on cable, I couldn't turn it off. The premise is just one that you have to accept, because it is a comedy after all. Despite the absurdity of everything, what works is that the characters are a lot of fun. It also helps that the Knables (John Ritter and Pam Dawber) are constantly moving on to new settings. Most of them work, while a couple don't (Duane's underworld), and at least one (the music video) is a crime against humanity. The weakest and most annoying characters in the film are the kids. Almost all of their scene are unbearable. The boy does a decent job with the lines he's given, but you're better off muting it before the daughter opens her mouth. The 90s fashions are equally obnoxious. Fortunately, all of the adult characters brought their A-game. John Ritter is always fun, and he has good chemistry with Pam Dawber. Jeffrey Jones is his usual creepy and quirky self, and you really can't go wrong with Eugene Levy in any role. For all it's horrible, horrible flaws... I dare you to look away! Who am I kidding? I love this stupid movie.
Bill M (es) wrote: A superb example of using the play within a play to heighten the "reality" of the outer frame.
Lee H (de) wrote: Fairly good sequel that was bettered by the 3rd film. It seems to replicate the excellent original and comes off second best each time. Entertaining continuation.
naked c (au) wrote: semi-interesting . Win one for the Gipp
Phillie E (it) wrote: Fails to strike the chords that were intended by the director.
Jesse C (au) wrote: Had Laz been a white man and Rae been a black woman riots, marches, and picketing would have ensued. Hollywood is a hypocrite.
Lolcario (jp) wrote: This is not Mario. It's Mario Mario. That's it! I'm done!