Chronicles the rise, fall and attempted rise again of a stand up comedian plagued by his own demons (IMDb.com).
You may also like
C'mon Man torrent reviews
Diana V (ca) wrote: I don't understand what happened. What did Mila Kunis do to her son? Is Olivia Wilde having an affair with her dad?!? More of that would have been interesting... The gypsy woman does not really have a daughter is all I know for sure. Blah.
Cory C (de) wrote: I had a blast watching this film. If you watch this film and expect anything but bad fun then go watch something else. It is so bad it is fun. Perfect for drinking games.
Jeannie J (ca) wrote: Actually made me laugh in a few spots.
Sarah H (mx) wrote: It's different, but if you like Simon Pegg's humor you will enjoy this movie. Time Traveling with Murphy's Law mixed in.
Barnaby G (kr) wrote: Not a bad film at all, albeit a bit slow and not much drama. Good performances. I've got a soft spot for Cambodians.
Baurushan J (ca) wrote: This movie is inspired on the ancient Korean folktale "Janghwa and Hongryeon" which are the name of two sisters. After their mother dies, their father Bae re-marries a cruel woman. She kept her hatred to herself and they never told the truth to their dad. She had three sons and the eldest son murdered both sisters in a lake by drowning them both. Since then, every new mayor tried to rule the govern but none remained alive until one new brave mayor faced the ghost sisters himself and demanded the sisters who they were and what their problem was. They said that they wanted their stepmother and her eldest son to be dead which is why they killed every previous mayor because none of them believed their life story. As demanded, the brave mayor sentenced both the stepmother and the eldest son to death and the two sisters finally rested in peace. In this modernised film version however, the story is about two sisters named Su-mi and Su-yeon whose mother dies. Therefore, their father Mu-Hyun remarries a cruel woman named Eun-joo whom the girls obviously despise. Strange, violent visions begin to disturb Su-mi and she becomes convinced that Eun-joo is keeping a dark secret from the family. The twist ending is whilst doesn't stay true to the folktale, it's still perfect. As you know, this was remade in 2009 known as The Uninvited and that movie sucked because it doesn't know the legendary history behind this movie and it was only made to get a cheap scare and a quick buck. True Story. There are many films that show us which horror is supernatural and which horror is psychological and this is the movie that perfected that art: A Korean horror movie titled A Tale Of Two Sisters that gets a weak 10/10.
Joyce J (es) wrote: lorenz tate showed a side of frankie lymon that we never got to see. vivica a. fox was again a treat to watchthe musical numbers were good. halle barry did a good job also. its worth seeing
Joseph S (mx) wrote: I didn't care much for this at first, but it's stuck out in my mind over the last few weeks. Miguel Sandoval and Alex Cox meet in a London hotel, and discover that as chance would have it they are both art dealers. They decide to go out to get a drink, but in "Discreet Charm Of The Bourgeoisie" style they can never seem to sit down because of a series of absurdities that plague them every time they get close to eating. "I'm terrified of abundance!" Along the way they have "My Dinner With Andre" type conversations about life, death, the universe and everything. "If you want to get computers to work better, to have human like artificial intelligence, you have to teach them to suffer. As soon as they learn to suffer, they will feel guilty and want to work harder." The further they walk the less recognizable the neighborhood seems, and it becomes clear to the viewer though the characters continuously deny it, that they have impossibly wandered into different countries. By the end of the night they have traveled around the world, but instead of seeing China, they concede "Okay well we must be in China Town now". I sense a subtle critique of globalization, the way a single city could possibly represent every place on earth, an idea explored more thouroughly in the melancholic and more than ocassionally dull "Shijie(The World)". Its pleasant and amusing throughout, and the variety of cities at night recall a modern update of "Night On Earth". My favorite scene is of Sandoval, whose character is at turns, annoying, charming, and inexplicable, has a montage of reading books on his bed, titles like "The Multi-Orgasmic Man", which become increasingly complicated as the montage goes on. A minor example of man's search for meaning if ever there was one. There is also a twist at the end, that I wont give away, which may seem tacked on to some, but so much of the movie is stitched together, it doesn't seem too far out of place. After "Death And The Compass" I assumed Alex Cox just got lucky with his stroke of brilliance in "Repo Man", but "Three Businessman" proves he can still pull out a fresh trick or two. A unique and odd comedy, that allows a fine actor Miguel Sandoval to showcase his skills. Here is a man who is terribly typecast and minimized in his other roles. Also his business is actually based out of San Pedro, my home town, (which wins browny points from me). Especially since a film about the entire planet and coincidences, managed to zero in on my particular small corner of it, if only for a second. This is the best moving about traveling businessmen, uprooted from their homes and slowly but surely reality itself(or perhaps into the hands of a fate greater than themselves), since "The Big Kahunna". Sadly Robert Wisdom (who was awesome in "Storytelling") doesn't turn up until the end of the film. I guess you can't always get what you want, but sometimes a brisk walk and some fine coversation is just enough.
Alberto M (us) wrote: Never fully develops the premise.
Dillon L (de) wrote: the worst superman movie super cheesy
Ethan P (mx) wrote: A lot of sharp, masculine, bloody and often ridiculous fun. Although the acting and script are often a little weak, the magnitude of the fighting sequences and explosions outweigh the skimpy dialogue, making this guy's movie thoroughly entertaining.