Crook: It's Good to Be Bad
Corrupt police and racially motivated attacks against Indian students complicate a re-located crook's life and romance in Australia.
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Junaid A (mx) wrote: nice comedy but typical indian story
Matthew S (gb) wrote: Professor Layton and The Eternal Diva marks the first truly great film to come out of a video game property. Blending charming characters, well scripted and voiced dialogue in both the subbed and dubbed versions, a rip-roaring sense of adventure, and just enough nods to the fanbase that will fly right over the uninitiated, The Eternal Diva is a fantastic little film that's great for the whole family. Featuring swordfights, chases, and mind-testing puzzles, Layton and his apprentice Luke find themselves wrapped up in a dangerous game where the winner will earn eternal life. Somehow, everything is connected to an ancient myth surrounding a long-forgotten civilization. Needless to say, it's a hoot watching our archaeologist and puzzle solver match wits and solve the enigmatic game master's puzzles along the way to the finish. The only issue is that the CG effects are overused and don't look particularly good. Highly recommended. 8.0/10
Nathan C (ag) wrote: Worth a watch just to clear your mind on something mind-blowing like this Ultimatum. Hot Fuzz is an enjoyable film with a lot of hilarious moments and is less boring like the worlds end.There's Gore, Brilliant Explosions, A Good Story, A Markable Dialog that fits every element when coming to a comedy like this, Maybe English People are funnier than Americans, Oh My God!Best Comedy, Had A lot of laughs, I really wanna get this film on DVD or Blu Ray. (If It is Possible).Score: 10/10
Richard C (mx) wrote: An appalling mess of a movie, but unintentionally very funny in places. Vince Vaughan is terribly miscast as the villain, delivering every line like a somewhat miffed Peter La Fleur (his character in Dodgeball); and the kiss between Dwight Yoakam and an utterly bemused Bridget Fonda is hilarious - he sort of wipes the inside of his lips all over her face, and I swear she's trying not to laugh. Best avoided, though I think it could actually be fun to watch with a few friends and copious quantities of weed.
Laura A (gb) wrote: sooooo funny. absolutely no equal!
Eric H (us) wrote: Two great horror masters Dario Argento and George Romero unite their creative juices to create a homage to the stories of Edgar Allan Poe.
Betsy B (au) wrote: In a rural area of France in the early 1900s, there is a piece of property that two men (Daniel Auteuil and Yves Montand) want to buy for growing a flower crop because it's near their home and has a stream for water. The owner comes to a tragic end, so the two men think it's available. Unfortunately for them there is an heir, Jean de Florette (Gerard Depardieu), who has decided to bring his wife and small daughter from the city to start a new life surrounded by nature and living off the land. He was a tax collector and his wife a concert opera singer. They are quite sophisticated and have pretty furnishings and clothes. They also have some money, plus there was a bit of money in the inheritance in addition to the house and property. They are a happy, sweet family, charmed by the beautiful acreage and home and very hopeful for their future plans. Central to the story is some trickery that is done unknown to Jean de Florette. Also involved are the struggle over the property, the family's efforts to succeed in their new undertaking, and a shortage of water. It's a great story and you have no idea what's going to happen. This movie ends in a cliffhanger and must be followed by the sequel Manon of the Spring. I give them each a 10.
Pat H (ag) wrote: Amazing. A real one of a kind movie and one of the most gut-bustingly funny things ever. Totally insane.
Santiago B (gb) wrote: no se s es ms triste la trama de la pelcula o que Pacino se haya prestado a esto
Scott M (gb) wrote: Entertaining to a point, but not great. Steve Carell has done better movies than this.
Panayiota K (it) wrote: Loved the Elvis theme and Cage's singing. Too surreal for me though, i mean wtf did i watch??
Joseph C (de) wrote: Lynch's movies remind me of Mahler's symphonies in that every moment is an intensity. Wild At Heart is Lynch's ode to love, and it is one hell of a ride. Fires burn, the colors scorch the eyes, the sexuality is stentorian and sweaty, the violence is near orgasmically epic (replete with one of Lynch's favorite tropes: severe head trauma), the music intoxicates -- whatever Lynch touches, he finds some kind of monstrous, inner energy and visualizes it. The film is a visual ecstasy: when Lula and Sailor make love, the screen becomes drenched in primary colors, as if the film itself climaxes in Technicolor. Dafoe's Bobby Peru takes his place among unforgettable Lynchian villains, unstoppable, nearly undead, and his death scene is spectacular. All in all, I love David Lynch, and the universe he creates is highly entertaining and very satisfying, as it seems to push visual and auditory boundaries just enough to make one catch one's breath, but not enough to drown. Lynch's intense imaginary landscape, even when it is horrific, is always engrossing.