Carlo is a responsible sibling who deals with his black-sheep sister Silvia in this situation comedy. When Silvia returns after many years to attend her mother's funeral, Carlo deals with the fallout caused by her many love affairs. Carlo is convinced to kidnap Silvia's child whom she left in a Hungarian children's home, but she soon abandons Carlo and the baby when she takes up with a British rock star. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Stuart B (au) wrote: Honestly one of the best films made in Mexico.The story is very intriguing and remarkably handled, taking the viewer to perceive the true fear of kidnapping. In addition, the script is based on different periods during the Football World Cups (which are simply a reference to the story) which incite moviegoers to understand the acts of individuals and their decisions, either those kidnapped or kidnappers.A story that takes the reflection on whether there will be a way to solve the problem that occurs in Mexico (and many other countries) because many things in life sometimes lead people to take harmful actions, simply by the fact that is all that live around them.
Geoff H (gb) wrote: I was expecting a comedy... but had no idea on the level of drama on show too! Wow! Knocked me for six! Con O'Neil pulls out an AMAZING performance! Yeah i did laugh at points, but i was also moved and shocked and saddened! And it's all bloomin' well true!Packed full of the cream of British Comedy actors, with some great Cameos! Even Kevin Spacey's english accent is superb!The whole feel of London in the 1960's is captured so well! You almost feel this film was made then!Top film, Top Performances, Really well made!
Ryan C (fr) wrote: this one had its fair share of funny parts but just a bad storyline and eveyrthing overall and really it is just for a good laugh now and again but no essential good stuff for movies
Kevin R (mx) wrote: I think she's buried in my basement George has been away for a long time and decides to return to his grandmother's small town where he used to spend his summers. His grandmother passed away five years ago and her house has remained dormant during that entire time. The house is scheduled for destruction but he hopes to renovate the house so that it will no longer be considered condemned. The neighbors across the street, as well as ghosts, seem to be trying to prevent him from accomplishing his goal. Is there really a crazy neighbor and ghosts or is it all in George's head? "Get off the bike path!" Lance Weiler, director of The Last Broadcast, delivers Head Trauma. The storyline for this picture was well thought out and well delivered. The script was solid and the scenes were compelling. The cats delivered wonderful performances and included Vince Mola, Jamil Mangan (the upcoming A Dangerous Place), and Mary Monahan (Windows). "It's going to go down, George." Head Trauma is currently airing on The Movie Channel (TMC). I had never heard of this picture, but was excited to see this film based on its plot. After seeing this picture, I can say the end was clever and well written; but overall, I think it could have been a little better. This reminded me of a better version of Dark Water. This movie is worth seeing but not worth owning. "It's both of us or the water stays." Grade: C+
Sanford R (mx) wrote: I've had enough Land Before Times as a kid. I can't even remember any of them other than the first. Not really interested anymore.
Greg S (br) wrote: A quite satisfying look at the life of one of music's most dysfunctional treasures. Rather than one dimensionally praising his work, this film glaringly exposes many of the flaws of one of America's finest songwriters of all time.
Gareth R (it) wrote: Herbie Goes Bananas takes a lot of ideas from Herbie Goes To Monte Carlo. It's got too many characters, a foreign location to distract the audience from the wobbly plot, and a crime caper subplot. The only problem is, Herbie Goes To Monte Carlo was a total mess. So why copy it? Unsurprisingly, Bananas is even worse. Poor old Herbie has been abandoned again, and has somehow ended up with losers Pete and DJ, somewhere in South America. They're an insufferably boring pair of doofuses, but don't worry, the film doesn't stick with them for long. Herbie soon meets Paco, a young thief, who robs some criminals and then has to run away from them. (Er, what did he expect? He robbed them!) The film then spends much too long on a cruise ship, at which point Herbie is (improbably) thrown overboard, which would be very sad if previous films hadn't taught us that Herbie could swim. Oh, apparently he can't swim any more. Rusty and ruined, Herbie somehow makes it back to Paco, who - determined to call him "Ocho" for a reason too stupid to mention - continues to evade capture from a trio of amazingly boring and serious villains. Scrambling around after them are Pete and DJ, Aunt Louise and Melissa (a pair of ladies they meet on the boat, the younger of whom wears glasses and fulfills the old Frumpy Until Glasses Are Taken Off cliche), and Captain Blythe (Harvey Korman trying, in vain, to inject some energy into this dull mess). The whole thing drags along, the music ably trying to tell us we're watching some screwball comedy when, really, we're watching a car drive around some manky locations for some reason. It's covered in bananas at one point, hence the title. How hilarious. The plot lurches and jumps, as the villains keep finding Paco (who, remember, is homeless) seemingly by telepathy. There aren't any genuinely funny moments, and one scene - which wholeheartedly endorses bullfighting - is awkwardly horrifying. All the while, poor Herbie doesn't get much more to do other than drive the characters around. It simply isn't very important, or interesting that he happens to be a car come to life. By the time this miserable enterprise comes to a close, you'll be glad it's over. It's one of those films that is so yawn-inducingly flat to sit through, it seems inappropriate to put a lot of effort into reviewing it. So, I'll stop here. This, quite simply, is rubbish.
Matthew S (nl) wrote: It is not at all good, but it is truly odd. ...And the site of James Bond in only a bikini bottom you will either be excited -- or, if you're like me, you will be deeply disturbed. Seriously so strange that you might not regret watching it.
Chandler A (us) wrote: Fun movie, great acting by Eastwood.
Trent R (us) wrote: Great Woolrich adaptation with a moody Moreau and a beautiful score mix of Bernard Hermann and Vivaldi. Intended as a Hitchcock homage, it may fall short in some respects. There is little in the way of black humor until the very end, and the tone is more uniformly bleak. The camera movement is closer, with some long takes and nice tracking shots nearer the end. On its own terms, however, this is very involving - with Moreau's convincing performance and fatalistic drive.
a (fr) wrote: 60.000 bucks will really show a housewife's true colours. I like how the tension keeps climbing in this in a steady curve, even if it never really peaks. "So, your not really the police after all?" "Only on my mothers side honey!" Gotta love that dialogue
joe h (jp) wrote: Insane. hysterical, it had me in stitches, essentialy thats what a comedy film should do.
Randy Y (ru) wrote: A decent character movie, with okay pacing. It managed to keep my interest even though it had two qualities that usually lose me: long & an era film. Nice feel and good acting keep the movie going.
Leon B (us) wrote: Review:This movie had a really strange storyline, which I didn't find that funny, and the strange world that, lottery winner, Alice Kleig, (Kristen Wiig) built around herself was completely bonkers. Before Alice wins the $86million jackpot, she spent most of her life watching TV, and regularly sees her psychiatrist, Dr. Daryl Moffet, played by Tim Robbins, who helps her with her borderline personality disorder. She is also addicted to watching the Oprah Winfrey show, which she knows word for word, and she takes medication to control her outbursts and mood swings. When she wins the lottery, she decides to be in the audience of a live talk show, and when she is called on stage to help the presenter, she ends up taking control of the show by telling the audience her life story, which was completely weird. As the show is in debt and the brothers/managers, Gabe Ruskin (Wes Bentley) and Rich (James Marsden) need a lot of cash to keep the show running, April offers them millions to have her own show, all about herself. Rich accepts the proposal, against everyone's wishes, and her show turns out to be a complete disaster but as she keeps on pumping money into the project, she has the right to demand what ever she wants. As the show is only about her and her own little world, a lot of people leave the show because they can't put up with her strange demands. After a while, she comes to her senses and she starts to do good with her money, except for funding the ridiculous show which has no meaning whatsoever. I personally found the movie weird, and the fact that she jumped onto any man's bones, once they gave her attention, just made it go from bad to worse. The only saviour for the film was that she didn't change her expressions, even when she was asking for the weirdest of things, which made it slightly funny but apart from that, I didn't really see the point of the film. It does prove that having loads of money, really isn't for everyone, and she was totally better of when she was in her own little world, taking her medication. Anyway, although it's an original comedy, it basically wasn't for me, and I can understand why it didn't go down well at the box office. Disappointing!Round-Up:Kristen Wiig, 42, has a dry sense of humour, which has worked in movies like Walk Hard, Knocked Up, MacGruber, Date Night, Paul,her biggest hit, Bridesmaids, Girl Most Likely, The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty, Her and Anchorman 2, and she has proved that she can turn her skills to serious roles like the Martian, The Diary of a Teenage Girl and the Skeleton Twins. She recently stars in the new Ghostbusters movie, Zoolander 2 and Masterminds, so she has joined the elite group of comedians, like Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd and Steve Carell, who all bring in hefty profits at the box office. She is much better in her cameo roles than when she is taking the lead, mainly because her dry sense of humour can only last a certain amount of time and it does become a bit tedious after a while. It's the first movie directed by Shira Piven, 54, who has also starred in Bob Roberts, Anchorman and Step Brothers. With her previous movies being with Tim Robins, who also starred in this movie, and Will Ferrell, it's not surprising that Ferrell produced this movie alongside her. I didn't really like the film that much, because I just didn't find it that funny and the storyline was just too crazy. It was good to see Tim Robins back on the big screen and Joan Cusack, Jennifer Jason Leigh and James Marsden were quite funny but that was about it.Budget: N/AWorldwide Gross: $650,000I recommend this movie to people who are into their drama/comedies starring Kristen Wiig, Wes Bentley, Linda Cardellini, Joan Cusack, Tim Robbins, Jennifer Jason Leigh, James Marsden,Thomas Mann and Alan Tudyk. 3/10