In LA, Terri is making a movie called "Space Pirates." For cash and in hopes of finding a sugar daddy, she dances in a cabaret. Nick, her boyfriend, is jealous. When a customer flashes a briefcase full of money, Terri arranges to meet him at a hotel; she's stashed Nick in the closet to steal the money while she keeps the john, Chao, busy. When Nick gets the case open, there's no cash, just snakes. Terri realizes that the snakes must have some value, so she ties up Chao to force him to tell her how to convert the snakes back into cash. She keeps the dim Nick involved and also gets help from other cabaret customers beguiled by her charms. But what about "Space Pirates"?
A writer needs funds to make a film based on her screenplay. She will stop at nothing to get the bucks including dancing at a nude bar, stealing cash and hijacking snakes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Eslam A (au) wrote: Rani Mukerji .. no matter what you did , will always love you .
Ian M (fr) wrote: Well, this movie is definitely original! I'll give it that. Interesting how they instantly break the fourth wall by having fallible spectators watching. They constantly break the wall between spectators & the movie but in really confusing ways. No idea why they wanna kill the viewers... But hey... A tyre that makes heads explode definitely isn't boring to watch. It's just done in a confusing way...
Shane D (ag) wrote: This should be considered one of Michael Caine's best. Gritty, sad and very English. Great film.
Eric L (au) wrote: Dog+point blank shotgun shot= one star
Simon S (au) wrote: This movie is not far from beeing the best movie ever made! "Thanks for listening over and out"
Ross L (jp) wrote: Boring. Story was weak and uninteresting probably because Billy Bob is not a great director (considering the story is from Cormac McCarthy). Not my kind of "Western." 2008 Movies: 74
Karl J (us) wrote: Awful. Like twilight for werewolves. At least twilight had a storyline and some half decent actors. I can't believe they hooped jason into doing this
Dave J (gb) wrote: Friday, July 13, 2012 (1993) Judgement Night ACTION/ THRILLER Group of four guys in a RV heading to a boxing match until one of them decides to take a short cut through the seedy/ dangerous side of either New York or L.A.. They accidently stumble onto an unknown thug with a gunshot wound unknowingly that they've got themselves involved with some dangerous goons who witnessed a killing resulting that the leader didn't want to leave any witnesses becoming a 'cat & mouse' game. Idea may have been inspired by "After Hours", "The Warriors" or "Escape From New York" since it kind of combines the two movies or more to come up the concept with this one and is a very unmemorable experience at that despite some captivating scenes wasn't enough to hold the rest of the film. Movie stars Emileo Estevez, Cuba Gooding JR, Stephen Dorf and Jeremy Piven as the group going to boxing match and Dennis Leary plays the person in charge of his goons who orders them to also shoot off any witnesses. What's stupid about this movie is that if the goons don't want any witnesses, they should've taken him to a undisclosed loaction, perhaps at another alley to kill him but no - they decided to shoot him in the middle of the street where other people can see this too. Very forgettable film despite the recognizable cast. 2 out of 4 stars
Samantha S (nl) wrote: Fast and funny, bunch of stars and Jeff Goldblum looking hot
Mr D (fr) wrote: Steamy and Passionate. A very good watch. It showed how a person can uncover his/her primitive traits in unprecedented situation.
Michael W (nl) wrote: It's the story of two hipsters... before it was cool.
Ashley H (ag) wrote: Taras Bulba is a decent film. It is about Taras who has settled into comfortable farm life after years of adventures and swashbuckling with his cossack companions. Tony Curtis and Yul Brynner give good performances. The screenplay is a little slow in places. J. Lee Thompson did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the adventure and drama.
Kestergillardhotmailcom K (ca) wrote: THE Broadway musical. Sharp, sassy and fun with spectaculkar musical numbers and some great risque dialogue. Ginger Rogers shines as Anytime Annie