Crazy in the Noodle
Pierre Cousin, a depressive compositor, wants to die. After five vain attempts at committing suicide, he decides to hire professional hit men to do the job on him. But as he's waiting for death, he accidentally saves a suicidal young woman's life... and falls in love. Having suddenly found a reason to live, he now fears the killers he himself hired. Is there still time to call off his contract?
- Stars:Louis de Funès, Nadine Tallier, Christian Duvaleix, Christian Méry, Louis Massis, Léo Campion, Pierre Stéphen, Sabine André, Simone Berthier, Billy Beck, Max Dalban, Hubert Deschamps, Pierre Doris, Max Dejean, Géo Dorlys,
- Director:Maurice Régamey, Maurice Régamey,
- Writer:Jean Redon (screenplay), Yvan Audouard (screenplay), Maurice Régamey (screenplay), Yvan Audouard (dialogue), Jean Redon (dialogue)
Pierre Cousin, a depressive compositor, wants to die. After five vain attempts at committing suicide, he decides to hire professional hit men to do the job on him. But as he's waiting for death, he accidentally saves a suicidal young woman's life... and falls in love. Having suddenly found a reason to live, he now fears the killers he himself hired. Is there still time to call off his contract? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: "I'm sorry, Elvis had a twin brother? What kind of Christian movie is this?"DVD Movie Review: The IdenticalDate Viewed: January 21 2015Directed By Dustin MarcellinoWritten By Howard KlausnerStarring: Blake Rayne, Ray Liotta, Brian Geraghty, Ashley Judd, Seth Green, Erin Cottrell, Joe Pantoliano, Chris Mulkey, Amanda Crew and Danny Woodburn.How on earth did "The Identical" get made?It is laughably bad. I heard critics say that this is the "Showgirls" of evangelical Christian movies but I don't think so, the "Left Behind" remake starring Nicolas Cage took the cake.Just how good actors like Ray Liotta, Ashley Judd and Seth Green agreed to this wacky mess is beyond me. Get ready to laugh your head off because you cannot believe what this movie is about. It is about two identical twin boys who get separated at birth during the Great Depression, the first twin became an iconic 50's rock and roll named Elvis Presley (actually his real name is Drexel Hemsley), the second twin was raised by a music-hating reverend named Wade (who is laughably played by Ray Liotta, giving the worst performance of his entire career).The other twin is Ryan Wade (Blake Rayne), he has passion for music just like his twin brother but his father wants him to stay out of the business. When they adopted him, Wade and his wife, Louise (Ashley Judd) think that he had been gifted and called by God to be a preacher. Ryan doesn't want to go on God's path so he launches his own music career just like his brother did with the help of his friend, Dino (Seth Green) and his wife, Jenny (Erin Cottrell). When Ryan finally discovers that Drexel Hemsley (also played by Rayne) was his twin brother, he truly questions everything he ever believed in God.There are a lot of crazy choices in "The Identical" for example, there's a subplot about "Jews for Jesus" and when we get to the 1960s, the Vietnam war and the civil rights movement are not mentioned at all. In a year full of terrible faith-based movies including "Son of God", "Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas", "Persecuted", "God's Not Dead" and of course "Left Behind", "The Identical" is the craziest of them all. Blake Rayne's two performances as Ryan and Drexel are very stiff and his movie career doesn't look too bright, look for him to possibly star in "Sharknado 3". As for Liotta and Judd, they are capable of doing better movies than this. What were they thinking of? Sure, Elvis Presley made a lot of bad movies but those movies were a work of genius compared to "The Identical".I've seen a lot of dreadful movies in my time but I don't think "The Identical" was an epic folly compared to "The Oogieloves". Seriously everybody needs to see it, it is fascinatingly bad. This is my nasty review for "The Identical", Thank You Very Much.
(it) wrote: A look into the lives of these present day monsters. I think the movie is tipped in Kai Green's favor. Either way I'm a fan of his after watching.
(it) wrote: It was wasted potential especially with all the fuckin dancers in this movie who did zero fucking dancing. It could've been hilarious too but it was just blaah.
(br) wrote: While the concept of the film's main attention may be satirical that was well-pointed out about the reality, it has thrilling elements behind it that was put together in order to keep the film going to the part that made this a smart, well-acted 4-star film (also including a "Safety Last!" tribute), despite creating obviousness in some important points. (B+)(Full review coming soon)
(au) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch.............its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie.........i think that sebastian roberts, sarah allen, rebecca windheim, robert englund, jayne heitmeyer, michael perron, sheena larkin play good roles/parts thoruhgout this movie................i think that robert englund, jayne heitmeyer, sarah allen, sebastain roberts were great throughout this movie.............i think that the director of this made for tv/straight to video/straight to dvd/horror/comedy movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie...i think that this is an ok movie 2 watch its got a good cast thorughout this movie n its enjoyable b movie 2 watch
(ru) wrote: just enjoyingggggggggggg! and have a comgrat's,too!!!!
(it) wrote: good and fairly creepy at times i really liked the story and this movie kinda reminded me of "shutter" and "ringu" with some of the things going on but i didnt see it as being a bad thing it was entertaining and well done
(nl) wrote: I love Czech movies & this particluar one was just hilarious! Definitely my kind of movie :)
(gb) wrote: Chrispian Glover might actually be a decent actor, if he wasn't so hell bent on taking his weirdo charisma to the extreme. ''Simon Says'' even fails at being your typical slasher flick, because of it.
(es) wrote: BEST MOVIE EVER KNOWN TO MAN (OR CAR)
(de) wrote: This movie will touch everyones heart in some way or another. This movies offers a great genuine pure look at the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict and how it affects the children. I was so shocked at how smart and knowledgeable these kids are. Seriously, try asking our kids in America about political issues, they really wont give a damn or find it extremely boring. You will realize how dumb down our media is... and how little we know about the world around us... and yet how much these children know. They don't choose politics, politics chooses them.
(ag) wrote: The Looney Tunes and Bill Murray were slightly funny.
(jp) wrote: Saw this back in 82 or 83 as a teen at an all night horror-thon at our local drive-in and I never forgot it.The final show down between the psycho and the heroine- oh man!
(au) wrote: I've sorta gone @ this series ass backwards watching all the sequels but still not watching the original yet. I don't know why. It has the best cast & on it's own is supposed to be a western classic. Yul Brynner can hardly make up for the absence of Eli Wallach, Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson, Robert Vaughn & James Coburn even if it does add Warren Oates to the mix. I love Oates in many movies I've seen him in but here he is just so underutilized. If you really don't care as long as the basic formula is used & the 7 theme song plays then you probably will enjoy but there are hell of a lot better westerns out there; even some of sequels are better. Im sure if I'd seen the original I would be even more unimpressed
(kr) wrote: Welcome. Time to catch up (as far back as my Netflix can remember).
(es) wrote: without doubt the best road film ever made.I have been in love it since the age of about 7