Take two ambitious men, one top LA advertising firm, add a competition for the same high ranking job. Tough ex-LAPD cop, Steve Miller quit police to work in the calm environment of a business office. Mark Richfield, the glamorous new kid in the office, soon wins favor with the big boss and co-workers causing Steve to cringe in jealousy. After a crazy night in the Santa Fe desert Steve becomes torn between passionate love and passionate hatred. Steve and Mark endure agonizing decisions that will affect their lives forever.
- Stars:Rebekah Apodaca, Lena Ann Balambao, Cristo Cabrera, Paul Caster, Julian Cordova, Gregor Cosgrove, Kerryanne Devine, Dewitt Duncan, Chuck Erickson, Corinne Fox, Scott Herald, Dion Hindi, Bob Hosko, Patricia Jimenez, Shane Keough,
- Director:Ilo Orleans,
- Writer:G.A. Hauser, Wendell Lu (screenplay)
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(de) wrote: Nothing to extravagant, just plain martial arts. And not to much running on treetops or flying 50 yards when they get hit.
(ru) wrote: While not quite four star material, Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins is genuinely funny film, The plot is Doc Hollywood meets Sweet Home Alabama with a bit of Just Friends in their measure.Martin Lawrence's Roscoe Jenkins leaves his Southern country upbringing behind and becomes too big for his bridges after becoming success, but a long weekend home bring him crashing down to earth and realising what is truly important life.The film while has been done before mainly in a white setting is done to solid effect in an all African American setting. The cast is a joy and are clearly having fun and the cast include James Earl Jones and Michael Clarke Duncan are unfortunately wasted with limited screen time. Jones being the typical disapproving father, while Duncan is solid enough in the role of big brother. Joy Bryant as self-centred fiancee is also solid, while Nicole Ari Parker is just the right side of pretty and fun as the one Lawrence's Jenkins is meant to be with.In fact the best laugh comes from when Cedric the Entertainer comes on screen as he and Lawrence bring the best out of each other whether it's gambling on dice which ensues in a brawl or the final race where they out do each other in the screen mugging to enjoyable effect. The two on screen were clearly having fun.Luckily this film hits enough laugh out loud moments amongst the cringeworthy moments to give it passing marks a hugely enjoyable film.
(au) wrote: for 2007:a decade later and this movie still kicks so much assat least the first film in my opinionthe Grindhouse cinema trope comes back with modern actors but still sticking to vintage materialQuentin Tarentino and Robert Rodriguez collaborate once more to deliver a bloody, violent, funny, and fierce cinema experiencePlanet Terror takes a standard plot of zombie-like creatures eating the human race due to a gas exposureRose McGowan is a stripper that wants to be a comedian and she runs into her old flame Rey amidst all the carnagea lot of gore and a lot of laughs great supporting actors from Marley Shelton, Elizabeth and Electra Avellan, Josh Brolin, Bruce Willis, and Fergiethe movie is also filled with hilarious fake trailers for other Grindhouse flicks; they're filled with the same ridiculousnessthe second feature Deathproof is more of a slow burnerKurt Russell is a professional stunt driver with a car that is supposedly death-proof but every one that ends up in his car never makes it outhis latest target are a group of women traveling the countrysidethis film is more talk-heavy and it's a bit off putting considering how Quentin Tarentino writes most of this dialoguebut the end sequence is very exciting as these girls fight for their lives against this driverLucy Lawless, Rosario Dawson, Vanessa Ferlito, and Mary Elizabeth Winsteadif you have the patience the payoff is so much funthis is a hell of a ride bringing back the classic style of 1970's filmmaking
(gb) wrote: Abbastanza assurdo ma carino
(br) wrote: This is a fighting game, uber masterpiece in the truest most holiest form. Over 1,000,000,000 people worldwide including people like Bill Gates and the Dalhi Lama say, "this movie moved me more than Mel Gibson: Passion of the Christ"... Nah just kidding, but the world would be a better place If it were true... Anyways this is a story about how Terry "freakin hungry wolf" Bogard, kills a God with a huge burning knuckle... Best Anime Movie ever!... Mai Shiranui's Breast performance ever, as well ;)
(de) wrote: A satirical anime which entertains on many levels.
(es) wrote: If you claim the remake to be a superior film, believe me: I won't care if you stop talking to me, since you don't know squat about films.Every time an old masterpiece gets bashed, it is most of the times one of the best ever made. This is not the case for Hitchcock in his diaper years, but The Man Who Knew Too Much is the very first film that introduced his masterful skills to conceive an unparalleled thriller with sexual undertones, a childish humor rarely seen in the era and macabre (almost iconic) characters. Thanks to Peter Lorre, the film works on a superior level; every frame is designed with elegant beauty, noirish visual aspects and even unintentional(?) comedy.Perhaps it is overtly noticeable that moviemaking was barely escaping its silent era, and 1934 was already a year for not forgiving a film if it showed such fact way too much; nevertheless, the master of suspense starts to become such master in the 30s(!): a time when he loved to culminate his projects with exciting shootouts. Who are we to put the blame on him?96/100
(ca) wrote: Great performance by Rob Lowe.
(ru) wrote: This wasn't as good as I was hoping it to be. It wasn't very funny and I didn't like the ending.
(au) wrote: WHAT'S THE WORST THAT COULD HAPPEN? (2001)