Larry David stars as a marketing executive at a start-up electric car company who gives up his ten percent of the business after a petty argument with his boss. The company subsequently makes billions of dollars, destroying his life and leaving him publicly humiliated. Ten years later, after changing his name and moving to a small island off the Massachusetts coast, all is well – until something from the past threatens his new life. Jon Hamm, Bill Hader, Philip Baker Hall, Kate Hudson, Michael Keaton, Danny McBride, Eva Mendes, Amy Ryan and J.B. Smoove also star. Directed by Greg Mottola; written by Larry David, Alec Berg, David Mandel and Jeff Schaffer; executive producers, Greg Mottola, Bradley Thomas, Alec Berg, David Mandel and Jeff Schaffer. Monica Levinson produces; Laura Streicher is associate producer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Nathan Flomm, in order to avoid the humiliation of having missed out on a hugely successful business, assumes a new identity on Martha's Vineyard. He plots revenge when his former business partner moves to the same town.
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Roland M (nl) wrote: Wasn't exactly entertaining in the way i expected it to be, it turned out to be so much more than that. They've got quite a unique way to tell a story, certainly not for everyone, but most good films are not for everyone. What a compelling story. It's a biography of an interesting character, best part is, they've got most of the things right. (Most)
Gimly M (nl) wrote: Could you stand watching this? Maybe.Is it dumb as Hell? Definitely!
Frank M (jp) wrote: Pacino and De Niro working together is always good. This movie was ok, the twist at the end was cool. I would rather see Heat with Pacino and De Niro. That was an awesome movie.
Rand L (it) wrote: Beautifully written, acted, and directed. Haunting and hilarious. One of my all-time favorite films.
Luc T (fr) wrote: Horrible film. Don't watch it
cate m (ca) wrote: Characters were very memorable, and played beautifully by an amazing cast (Rush, Roxburgh, Neil, Davis), but the style was too distracting. All of the news reels, photographs, and newspapers were wonderful techniques, but it was as though the movie did too much. The concept was pretty funny (and the crazed obsessive revolutionist was relatable), but it just didn't do it for me. I had a short laugh at a few scenes, but not the comedy I expected it to be. In fact, it was probably one of the blackest comedies I've seen in awhile.
Patti H (br) wrote: a funny awesome joyride.
Nick M (ag) wrote: Another in a long line of experimental nonplot flims from director Jean-Luc Godard. This is a longwinded portrait of Communism through the eyes of misguided middle class college kids. I'll admit, this was more boring than fun, but there was some very inspired lunacy along the way.
Greg W (ru) wrote: "An intelligent low-budget sci-fi doomsday pic."
John Y (nl) wrote: Seen better, but it was OK.
Tony K (jp) wrote: Perfectly competent melodrama, with glorious Italian vistas.
Michael T (ca) wrote: Underrated MGM musical has its own quiet charm about it; musical numbers (some directed by Busby Berkeley) include a sweeping behind-the-credits introduction through a park as well as the hit recording of "Abba Daba Honeymoon," sung by Debbie Reynolds and Carleton Carpenter.
Nicolas A (it) wrote: Pretty funny movie :-) ^_^
Wesley W (au) wrote: I absolutely hated this movie, it was really boring and the musical scenes are so cheesy and stupid, it was also one of the worst history movies ever. My teacher made me write notes about this and about the characters and it was extremely hard to pay attention to this because of how boring and stupid this film was. I also don't really like musicals unless they are musicals like Rock of Ages because I love rock music. Their are other history films that have a lot of talking in them too like Lincoln and I actually enjoyed it because it was interesting and had great performances while 1776 had terrible acting, boring dialogue, and crap songs that no one will ever remember in a few days.
Jonathan P (it) wrote: A few chuckles and one laugh out loud moment (the muscle) but Guess Who just never became the comedy it set about trying to be and at times the viewer feels almost as uncomfortable as Kutcher telling his racist jokes at the table.