Johnny One Hundred Pesos
A young low-class student gets involved with the wrong people and takes part in a non successful video rental robbery.
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Pam R (mx) wrote: I honestly couldn't wait for this to be over. It had a slow pace, five-second stills of the ground, the woods, and the fields, and long stretches where the characters were walking, running, or driving. Or just sitting there doing nothing. And worst of all, no closed-captioning so I could watch it at a faster pace. I got to the end and couldn't decide what made me more upset--that the ending made no sense, or that I lost two hours and five minutes of my life I'll never get back. The only reason it gets two stars instead of one is that the acting is superb and believable, the setting realistic, and the dialog snappy. But the pace and plot leave much to be desired.
Robert K (gb) wrote: Very sad movie. Perhaps students who are thinking of this as a means to pay for college should view this film first. Maybe some of the so-called "glamour" of that lifestyle will be shown for what it truly is -- exploitation of naive kids, mostly girls. Dborah Franois is quite believable, though the supporting characters are somewhat stereotypical. I don't know how pervasive this is in the US (and other countries), but this movie is still a valid cautionary tale.
(es) wrote: "To be honest I was bored to tears watching this movie. It wasn't cute and it wasn't a film I will remember. Nothing in it stood out for me. The kids didn't even care for it. They kept pointing out all the mistakes in the film. For instance, the dog collar that made them un-invisible would be on the dogs in one scene and then gone in another. Just a poorly made film that could have been better if not for the sloppiness. The film tried to give out a good message but it was missed in all the things that were wrong in the film. If there is too much bad, it's hard to focus on the good. Pass on it or see it if you loved the first enough."
Private U (br) wrote: Not Keaton's best role, but he's better than quite a few others that could have played the part.
Shawn M (gb) wrote: I enjoyed how they fused politics with history with comedy with action with operatic spectacle. One of Tsui Hark's best.
Faris W (ca) wrote: Perhaps a better name for this film would have been ~Bore Assassins(TM) an extremely slow moving film, with lots of talk, and very little action. With the title of the film being Four Assassins? you would have expected plenty of action, copious killings, a plethora of blood splatter crime scenes, and intricate well executed, diabolical, methodical murder sequences; however, the audience is relegated to basically a ~one act(TM) play where 99% of the film takes place in a single hotel room.The film centers on Marcus, played by Will Yun Lee (Red Dawn 2012/ Total Recall 2012). Marcus is a gun for hire, who has been commissioned to kill a husband and his wife. As the film begins, Marcus is awaiting final payment for his services in his hotel room. He is soon joined by his ~assassin(TM) mentor, Eli (played by Miguel Ferrer), his former lover and fellow assassin, Eva (played by Emilie Guillot), and an upcoming ~newbie(TM) assassin, Chase (played by Oliver Williams). There seems to be an issue with the ~hit(TM) that Marcus was hired to do, and the film goes into great, agonizing details of the events which have led these four (4) individuals to arrive at this hotel room, on this night, at this specific time. The three (3) guests have two hours to determine what events have actually transpired during the Marcus ~hit(TM) before an anticipated phone call from the boss takes place.I believe the film would have been a much better film, if the film would have tracked the trials and tribulations of the life Marcus. Mentored by Eli at the age of 15 to become a viable assassin, and united with Eva to become a forcible killing duo; this is the story we the audience wanted to see not ~My Hakata Tonton hot pot dinner with Eli and friends(TM).I cannot recommend this film, not even for home viewing. After all is said and done, the ultimate outcome is far more depressing than having to endure the 88 minutes to finally get to it. I(TM)d stay away from this one, definitely not worth your time or your attention to seek out.
Nathan T (br) wrote: Funnier than I thought, but still not very good. Eddie Murphy has seen his days.