Fat Pizza the Film is yet another slice of life at a dodgy suburban Sydney take away. Bobo Gigliotti the psychotic pizzeria owner/pizza chef is awaiting the arrival of his mail-order refugee bride Lin Chow Bang, and a new pizza deliverer is on the block. Channel V's Jabba almost steals the show as token skip delivery boy Davo Dinkum, a stoner with a bong strapped to his face like a feedbag.
- Stars:Paul Fenech, Tahir Bilgic, Rob Shehadie, Bill Bentley, Angus Sampson, Sam Ford, Joel Heddrick, Renzo Bellato, Arthur Serevetas, Paul Nakad, Katrina Spadone, Paul Bates, Harry Hudson, Jamieson Hunt, John Boxer,
- Director:Paul Fenech,
- Writer:Paul Fenech (screenplay), Tahir Bilgic (screenplay), Paul Fenech (concept)
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(jp) wrote: I was actually thinking of watching this movie in the cinema back when it was first released. Now, I'm glad that I didn't go see it. I'd probably suffer from a sever head trauma if I did, because this movie is chaotic. But, more about that later... Resident Evil: The Final Chapter is, allegedly, the final chapter of the 15 year old series that only got worse as time went on. The first three movies I actually enjoy and I can watch them without any problems. Afterlife is awful and Retribution is better than Afterlife, but that doesn't make it good. Sure, they added Leon and whatnot, but the overcomplicated plot and idiotic twists really ruined the movie. But, we're here to talk about The Final Chapter. Is it good? It's alright. It has a lot more action than any other Resident Evil movie and that makes this movie a bit more fun to watch, but the chaotic direction ruins everything. The way action scenes are edited in this movie is terrible. There's about 30 cuts in 10 seconds of an action scene. I tried to keep count, but it was way too fast for me. Some scenes are under one second long! It's very headache inducing and I pity everyone who watched this at the cinema. But, even so, there's something I find appealing in this style. Yes, it's extremely hard to figure out what's going on, but it sort of makes me feel more intense and works like adrenaline. Trying to keep up with everything that's happening really heightens your senses. The chaotic direction aside, the movie actually looks good! I loved the colours and the look of the post-apocalyptic world. The zombies and other monsters looked fairly good. Some of them were way too animated, but some actually looked like they weren't animated. Particularly the water monster from the beginning of the movie. That was great. The story is absolutely non-sensical and I do not intend to explain it because even I had a hard time understanding everything. I'm just going to say that there's a few twists at the ending that were absolutely hilarious and the ending itself was ridiculously funny! The soundtrack is alright, it's very generic action movie music, but it's to be expected. I miss the early Resident Evil movies when they used SlipKnot, Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson and similar music, those were good music choices for this sort of movies. There's a lot more I could say about this movie, but it's honestly a movie that has to be seen to be believed. I had a lot of fun with Resident Evil: The Final Chapter. It's not even close to being good, but damn, this movie was ridiculous fun! If you ever feel like watching a movie where nothing but nonsense happens, this is a good choice. It's bad in the best possible way!
(jp) wrote: Alright western that feels more like a John Wick rip off but this is watchable.
(nl) wrote: For anyone who loves martial arts and dynamic fight scenes!
(ru) wrote: OH, i LvE DOgs.. hahaha!!
(au) wrote: This biopic focuses on the point in Oscar WIlde's life where he was composing The Picture Of Dorian Gray, Salome, The Importance Of Being Earnest, and all the other works that he is best known for. Unfortunately, his (poorly) closeted homosexuality gets him into legal trouble from the class-conscious prudes of Victorian England. Stephen Fry leads a distinguished cast that includes Jude Law, Vanessa Redgrave, and Tom WIlkinson. Insights into Wilde's literature are sparse, but overall this film is an affecting effort that should strike a chord with literary mavens, fans of period dramas, and activists within the LGBT community.
(es) wrote: Un petit chef-d'oeuvre.
(nl) wrote: One of Steve Martin's best roles, as well as one of his best films... great performances by all involved.
(jp) wrote: I wonder if this would actually work.
(br) wrote: a brilliant comedy, right up to the standard
(ag) wrote: Nicolas Cage is great in this film. He had me cracking up in several scenes.