Income Tax Sappy
Tax cheats Moe, Larry and Shemp decide they're so good at cheating the government, that they start a business as crooked tax advisors. They become rich, but an undercover agent from the IRS gets the goods on them, and its off to jail for the stooges.
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(ca) wrote: F*ckin' awesome movie! Can't wait for 3!
(gb) wrote: very encouraging to a young christian girl who wants to make it big in music
(br) wrote: This movie is kinda hard to understand and keep up with. Don Cheadle is good in this movie, but he plays a very religous muslim and in this movie we don'tnow why we are forced to root for the guy killing and blowin' up stuff with make-shift bombs. I feel that this movie also had some slow parts that could lose you. altogether, pretty good, but I wouldn't reccomend it.
(ru) wrote: Oh. My. GOD.This movie...seriously, WTF?The first half of the movie is just boring and uninteresting. The second half, they spend trying to find some complicated and elaborate means to escape..when they could have just walked out the front door the whole time.Seriously, what the hell.Had some really good laughs, though. So...if you're looking for a horror movie, don't bother. If you're looking for something that'll make you laugh your ass off, and you don't mind gore, go for it. But make sure you watch it with friends..or while drunk. Otherwise you'll end up wanting to stab your eyes out.
(de) wrote: really good very enjoyable
(au) wrote: Didn't like the ending. Seemed not to fit the plot.
(ag) wrote: Dark, disturbing and fascinating good 3,5/5
(br) wrote: Seagal's debut. Good, solid action film.
(ag) wrote: Good satire of the 80's US school system. Nick Nolte leads a great cast, which includes a young Laura Dern, and the Karate Kid, Ralph Macchio. Being a teacher I could sympathise with the characters lack of motivation, and the points the writers tried to stress, are as relevant today as they were 20 years ago.
(gb) wrote: I found this film enjoyable. Unlike most modern exorcism films the phenomena wasn't too over the top. I've read a few books on the subject and can say this was pretty close to stuff that happens. I enjoyed Hopkins as father Trevant most of all
(ru) wrote: a 30 minute comedy packed into 2 hours
(kr) wrote: If you think the present day is bad enough, then try 2024 when Roger is a drone in call center hell, Northern European Division. That's even before he goes home to his small apartment and his loveless marriage. And then there is the voice which keeps him up all hours. To make matters even worse, his bicycle is wrecked the following morning, forcing him to take the subway. On the way to work, to his great surprise, he spots a woman who looks like the spokesmodel for a popular brand of shampoo. Figuring he still has enough time to get to work, he gives into his inner stalker and follows her to Stalingrad(!?!). First, "Metropia" has an intriguing visual style for an animated film, not only in mostly shades of grey with brief flashes of color, but also characters whose features are photorealistic while moving awkwardly. And like any self-respecting geek, I love a good dystopia. The problems arise out of a muddled plot and a need to make statements which go off in all directions at once.(For example, the game show is too openly cruel to be taken seriously.) Oddly enough, the story seems to have been written by people who have never ridden a subway in their lives, just observed it from a great distance and took pity on the poor souls who rely on it. For example, if one wanted to realistically critique the subway, then one would start with a definite sardine aesthetic and then move onto delays. For the majority of us who do ride mass transit every day, it is not so bad when we have something to distract us from the tedium which this movie was not so terribly helpful with yesterday.