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Andy S (es) wrote: very touching and funny
A N (ru) wrote: ok movie, was great to rest your eyes on, although it is a movie that keeps you on your toes..good acting and I've said it before and I say it again: if you like brutal fighting scenes and prison surroundings, this is the movie for you..and I have to admit that this one makes me wanna see the first one..
anthony a (nl) wrote: Sparing the 10 cent words, I liked this flick. It had a different look compared to other gay films and the limited dialogue I thought worked well with the film. I thought it had an emotional punch to it. I like strand releases. If you're looking for something dfferent in the world of gay movies, check it out.
Brandon S (it) wrote: A different Bond film; an art house Bond film, which, as a fan of both the silliness of past Bond outings and the character depth of this film's predecessor, I didn't think I wanted. Turns out, I did.
Mark N (us) wrote: Should have been a slick con-flick and indeed it had the B supporting cast but Burns as the lead is staggering boring. His attempts to be cool in person and in noir narration is pitifully weak. He just isn't cool or believably suave. The supporting cast equally coast through generic roles and nothing is inspiring including sets, direction, story and obvious twist ending. The movie suffers most since this format has translated into better TV series such as Hustle and Leverage. Weisz & Giamatti stand out in roles previous to their major successes and Hoffman is effective well as a qwerky gangster whose antics always threaten to spill into violence.
Patric C (ca) wrote: This strange blend of a disturbing, realistic view of the criminal underworld and portrayal of domestic abuse, injected with a healthy dose of humour and one of Jovovich's best performances leads to a great watch.
Sunil J (nl) wrote: Not really very original and pretty dull in parts.
Andy P (ag) wrote: Abel Ferrara's seedy, pulpy parable is a decidedly odd and disturbing film thanks to Keitel's visceral and hard to stomach performance as a sinful, drug addicted police man. It's a sordid portrait of addiction and sin with a powerful, redemptive ending.
Paul D (kr) wrote: This movie is entertaining for the most part. I enjoyed Kevin Costner's performance in this movie. Susan Sarandon also does very well in the movie. There is good chemistry among the entire cast and the ending was satisfying to me.
Tiffany C (ru) wrote: crazy good! all the sound effects throughout are pretty funny though. esp the female ones. HAAAAAAI!
Trent R (au) wrote: Lots of dry wit and smart direction, making best use of Scott's upright persona in contrast to a town of crooked authorities. L.Q. Jones is hysterical as Pecos, sincerely eulogizing the acquaintance he just shot: "Well. So long, Lafe. You died real good."