One of Mark Rappaport's later narratives (which oddly enough won the Gold Hugo for Best First Feature at the Chicago International Film Festival in 1979), The Imposters is another off kilter comedy/mystery focused on two magicians trying to find these Egyptian jewels, their assistant who is a dirty slut, & the man who loves the slut but is jealous of her slutty nature. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Lee M (ru) wrote: A true love of the south and a desire to portray that region - in all its ugliness and beauty - shines through the film.
Alejandro L (de) wrote: El actor principal da pena, la historia nada novedosa, al final uno se pregunta. Como pude perder mi tiempo con esta pelcula.
michael b (ag) wrote: This is a great concept with a high ceiling of potential that strikes far outside the bullseye. This screenplay needed a couple solid rewrites in which the cast of characters asked the difficult questions that the frustrated audiences was thinking.
Cory W (jp) wrote: Maybe some people are uncomfortable with or just disinterested in the subject matter or style of the movie, but I think this is David O. Russell's best movie. I loved every minute of it, and felt like the movie did a nice job of using a light touch on heavy ideas, while not detracting from the weight of the material. I give it an A+.
Clay B (fr) wrote: THE OUT-OF-TOWNERS (1999)
Samuel S (au) wrote: Even though I had bad expectations going into this re-watch, in the end it was just another film from the early nineties vaults that did not age well. Ted Marcoux was great as "The Address-Book Killer" but they really didn't show enough of him, which would have made this all the more watchable. Gore was blah but there was a great hand dryer kill scene to enjoy. Finally, the soundtrack to the film really dated this piece of coal and made me feel a little uncomfortable too.
Phil H (br) wrote: Wow this film is one of the worst films I've seen yet it has one of the best cast line ups I've seen hahaa real mix of cult and crap in one lolThe acting is in places terrible, really awful, but sometimes this is forgiven for some quite lovely corny lines and over the top cheese acting....all mainly courtesy of Jack Palance :)The other thing that's cool about this is a very young Angelina Jolie in skimpy outfits and kicking the ass of a never ending supply of cheaply dressed henchmen hehe it's a full on turd mobile but it does have afew very small OK little touches.
Scott M (us) wrote: A lesser "Major League," but still enjoyable.
Ian A (ag) wrote: There would be no Kill Bill without Lady Snowblood.
J K (gb) wrote: I saw this on A&E once. This guy was a psychopath.
Chrisanne S (fr) wrote: Somehow people missed Donald O'Connor. One of the worst wastes of talent I have ever seen. He carries it off ok, but here's wishing that someone had realized his true potential and done something about it.
Morris N (br) wrote: Excellent performance by David Niven. The movie kept my interest. I've seen it all before--the ragtag bunch of draftees becomes a top flight fighting unit. It's good, but I doubt I'll watch it again. This was made during WWII so that gives it a slightly different edge.
Wayne K (ru) wrote: The swansong of comedy giant Peter Sellers, Being There would be far more compelling and far less boring if it had about 20 minutes cut out of it, preferably in the middle, where a very leisurely pace almost brings the movie to a halt. It becomes quite repetitive as it nears it's end, saying the same things over and over again, but it's definitely worth watching for the first act. Sellers is restrained and believable, gliding gracefully from scene to scene with his eternal expression of mild fascination. The movie explores what it's like to be an outsider, to be lost in a world one should be familiar in, and the interactions he has with the other characters change him enough that he appears to be coming out of his shell, but not so much that he becomes a different person altogether. I wouldn't watch it again in a hurry, as I believe the pacing would become more and more infuriating each time you watched it, but's its more than worth it for the central performance, it's quirkiness and genuine niceties.
Daniel P (au) wrote: Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest is not as fresh as its predecessor, but it brings the humor and action, and introduces a great new villain.
Andrew L (it) wrote: Brilliantly acted by a promising cast, Abramhamson may have peaked with this exceptionally paced story of youth gone wrong in affluent Ireland. One of the best films produced in the country this century.