Johnnie Cooper served time for an armed robbery that also his father and brother participated in. When he's released from jail he's determined to live a normal life and gets work at a gas ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
If... Dog... Rabbit
Johnnie Cooper served time for an armed robbery that also his father and brother participated in. When he's released from jail he's determined to live a normal life and gets work at a gas station. But soon his brother pays a visit.
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Rawballs B (it) wrote: Just for the meantime, this movie is worth the laugh... ;-)
Mark M (kr) wrote: Excellent film Stratham, Franco, Ryder all excellent.
Nicole M (es) wrote: Four stars for bringing, and keeping, the weird. Epic, in its own right. Sarah Lassez is a truly magical character.
LORENZO A (it) wrote: hell yeah dis movie is funny as hell trust when i tell you that!
Tim S (es) wrote: Let's get one thing straight here: don't let the title fool you. Cyborg Cop II doesn't feature a single cyborg cop anywhere, so the cover art for this movie is flat out lying to you. It's just a way to get you to see it because it's not a good movie. It has a lot of those cheesy action movie elements to it: lots of fights scenes, explosions, and gun fire, some of which aren't bad. It just feels silly most of the time though, with a very stale plot that tends to forget about characters. It's not that the characters are all that memorable to begin with either. But the movie is slightly enjoyable in the context of a movie that's so bad that it's good. It comes from director Sam Firstenberg, who also directed American Ninja, the infamous Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo, and my favorite of his work, Ninja III: The Domination. Rifftrax also recently did a riffing on the movie, which is worth a watch, as well.
Rory P (br) wrote: An interesting one. Between 3 and 3 1/2 stars.
Gavin P (fr) wrote: A nice tale of nostalgia, set in Italy in the 40s & 50s, it follows Salvatore/'Toto' (Cascio as a child/Leonardi as a teenager/Perrin as a adult) as he falls in love with the local cinema, and how the projectionist, Alfredo (Noiret) guides him in the absence of his father. It's great to see some of the old black & white footage, especially of Chaplin & Keaton and is funny that they had to cut out kissing scenes - shows how much times have changed. Toto the kid is cute and mischievous, but means well and is far more likable than when he becomes a teenager/adult. Great ending, but once we leave behind kid Toto, the film becomes less fun. Follow your dreams!
Jeff Z (ru) wrote: One of the best of the Charlie Chan series despite William Demarest's portrayl of a racist policeman. Supposedly Oscar Levant wrote the opera especially for this film.