The movie tells the story of three not-so-bright men who come up with a series of crazy schemes in order to bail their friend out of jail for $100,000 after he accidentally kills a diabetic police horse, by feeding it junk food. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Three lovable party buds try to bail their friend out of jail. But just when the guys have mastered a plan, everything comes dangerously close to going up in smoke.
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Andrew C (ru) wrote: BUNNY AND THE BULL takes the melancholy feel and stunningly bizzarre visuals of a Michel Gondry film (with THE SCIENCE OF SLEEP being the best example) and mixes it with the humour of one of THE MIGHTY BOOSH's ruder episodes. The result isn't as poignant as the former or as funny as the latter, but it's very satisfying anyway.
Brian B (es) wrote: The film is an interesting one, though it takes several historical megaleaps. Still there are thoughtful moments, especially Hypatia's response that the priest does not question his beliefs, whereas she must. I also felt connected to the human love felt by Davis for Hypatia in spite of their belief differences.
Natasa R (ag) wrote: my kind a movie. This is probably best role Paul Rudd was ever in.
Stacey O (de) wrote: It tries but fails. Very hard to take it seriously. Looks too much like people playing dress up, no matter how hard the cast try.
Chris M (ca) wrote: I really enjoy seening it on the big screen and now that I got it on dvd. it alsome. I really give thanks to all the fighter pilot in the military who keep our freedom safe in the skys.
Anson H (br) wrote: Ok but not my favourite
Matt S (mx) wrote: Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country is the last adventure for the Original Enterprise crew. This is a much better film than Star Trek V. Bringing back Star Trek II director Nicholas Myer, this film is a bit of a political thriller in space. This adds yet another layer to Star Trek. The crew are supposed to oversee peace talks with Klingons. All the while there is a conspiracy at hand that is blaming Kirk for killing one of the delegates. This all unravels in a natural way. The cast turns in great performances as expected. One of the best.
Terri H (br) wrote: No thanks - Not interested
Rob R (it) wrote: The American title of this film--*Hercules and the Captive Women*--reminds me of the joke from *Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead*: "A private, uncensored performance of *The Rape of the Sabine Women.* Or rather, woman. Or rather, Alfred." This film is pretty bad, even by Italian sword-and-sandals film standards. But I've seen worse...
Christopher S (de) wrote: Tense film noir directed by Anthony Mann and shot on location in New York scores with a dense, inky atmosphere and a plot full of sharp twists. Farley Granger is a bit over the top in the lead, but there's also a great supporting performance by the very underrated Cathy O'Donnell. Film noir fans really need to seek this one out.
Anne C (es) wrote: Love those patriotic WWII movies. This one has a great cast, starring one of my favorites, Claudette Colbert.
Rebecca S (ru) wrote: The TV show is way better that this because he can be spontaneous and he doesn't need a script
James C (kr) wrote: A well acted yet disappointingly tepid production of a much more compelling story.
jason a (gb) wrote: Definitly the third best but its still really good
Brett H (es) wrote: Sixteen Candles is one of the benchmark Molly Ringwald/John Hughes collaborations from the 80s about a young teen who goes on a string of rebellious misadventures after her family are too distracted to remember her 16th birthday. The film also stars Anthony Michael Hall as a supreme geek who has a bizarre bond with Ringwald's, Samantha and their chemistry together carries the movie. There isn't a "plot" per se, which was a little disappointing to me; the film is basically just an assortment of scenarios that our characters find themselves in, but it never stops being enjoyable thanks to the great writing from Hughes. There are some notable pop culture elements to this film such as the infamous pantie-lending scene, the characters sitting on the counter at the end having cake, and the partially racist portrayal of the Asian exchange student named, Long Duk Dong, which isn't as bad as Mickey Rooney in Breakfast at Tiffany's but it's borderline! In all honesty, this film is just passable, not too much happens, and the only thing that keeps you invested is the characters and some very funny dialogue, but compared to some of Hughes' other classics, it barely resonates. There are surprise appearances by John and Joan Cusack from before they were famous that I truly didn't know about, so that was something!