A thriller that follows two siblings who decide to fend for themselves in the wake of a botched casino heist, and their unlikely reunion during another family's Thanksgiving celebration.

En route to Canada with stolen casino loot, a thief (Olivia Wilde) separates from her brother (Eric Bana) after a car accident leaves their wheel man and a state trooper dead and falls in with a boxer (Charlie Hunnam) who's on his way home for Thanksgiving. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Todd S (kr) wrote: Harry (Brian Petsos) is an alcoholic, a degenerate gambler, and just an overall miserable person, but one thing does make him feel a little better, his chihuahua, Jolly. While Harry is out, a bad man comes looking for him, and when he doesn't find him, he leaves a warning, and hangs Jolly from the ceiling. Upon returning home, Harry finds Jolly and loses it before meeting up with his cousin Cecil (Oscar Issac). Together, they go on an alcohol fueled revenge trip. At first I thought this was supposed to be some kind of farce on Tarentino films, but soon realized it's not sophisticated enough for that. These two guys are drunk the whole film and I suppose their bumbling actions are supposed to be funny, but they are far from it. The Producers must have known this and that's why bigger names have cameos in just about every scene. No one can believe this is all over a dog, what I can't believe is that the two leads weren't re-cast after the first day of filming. I really am at a lose to think of a comedy that was less funny than this. I gave it one star, because of the appearance by Elijah Wood, which was absolutely the only reason anyone should even think about seeing this piece of trash. Other than that, Revenge For Jolly! is just another independent comedy, that falls flat on it's face.

Ryan W (es) wrote: The Expendables Two is pretty good action flick and a major step up from the lacklustre previous instalment considering the characters in this film have much better chemistry and much more well written dialogue and banter along with some awesome action sequences but the story is quite cookie cutter and not that interesting.

Tristan M (fr) wrote: This movie was never gonna be great, I think that can be agreed on, but in all honesty it does succeed in at least being quite entertaining. The story and script are obviously not the centre of the movie nor it's strong suits, having Paul Walker is a good addition and the reason anyone watched this I think however in the first place, not to mention he died before it's released. The only reason to watch this film at all is to have some decent mindless action with a few laughs, and at least the action is entertaining. Is it at all believable : no, and you don't have to watch more than the trailer to know that. It does at least keep you busy watching something while not needing to give all your attention, it can be fun to watch, but also some of the action is just super dumb and you kinda wonder why you bothered watching it at that moment. The end is predictable honestly and not a bad ending in any regard. Overall the movie doesn't actually seem low budget or anything of the sort, some of the bullet sounds and such are pretty fake but not awful, and there isn't a whole lot of gunshots anyways because most is hand to hand. So all in all ok movie to watch for mindless action and to see on of Walkers last films, not much for new story anywhere in it but does have a good uplifting ending.

Daniel L (ag) wrote: Great doc. A moving examination of the power of storytelling and imagination to heal.

Leland B (nl) wrote: The meeting:OK, so we'll have plenty of shots of cg slugs crawling in and out of people's faces. What are we gonna use for 85 minutes of filler?Sy Fy Channel level trash.

Jessica L (nl) wrote: Liked it a lot. Good Sunday-morning-while-making-breakfast, life-affirming movie. NOT a tidy plot, which makes it even better. I need to see more Dennis Quaid movies! And I really liked the depth that Topher Grace brought to his character.

Ben H (it) wrote: This great little thriller is a throwback to such classics as Twelve Angry men. Which packs a rather good amount of suspense despite limited to one setting. Kevin Pollack is very good and Timothy Hutton and Sheryl Lee Ralph both give nice supporting performances

Anthony V (ru) wrote: Another not so funny comedy.

Robert H (jp) wrote: An endearing parody of Westerns.

Mike D (br) wrote: Concentration of everything good about Talking Heads and live concerts while carrying a genuinely engrossing cinematic atmosphere.


Katherine J (mx) wrote: This movie is so funny.

Nicholas L (ru) wrote: Taxi Driver is borderline macabre cinema and the psychological breakdown of Robert de Niro is rather disturbing, but the story is engaging and it provides one fascinating character study.