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Abby B (de) wrote: Amazing movie! Love the twists
Autumn J (fr) wrote: loved this guy from the movie gooddick! probably unfairly sympathized w his character ... painfully real at times
Corey B (es) wrote: Excellent, truly excellent film! Sadly no one will ever know about it or see it. I was only fortunate enough to see it in the library one day and be curious enough to watch it, and I'm glad I did.
FilmGrinder S (br) wrote: 62% "Dad, tell me about the clouds."-Marshall Stouffer (Jonathan Taylor Thomas) Groannnnn.
Stuart K (br) wrote: Directed by Andrew Bergman (The Freshman (1990) and Honeymoon in Vegas (1992)), this was based on the 1993 book of the same name by Carl Hiaasen. This was a massively hyped film, and for a film which is supposed to be a sex comedy, it's laughs come in all the wrong places and it just comes across as both dull and over the top at the same time, and there are moments that are just embarrassing. In Florida, FBI secretary Erin Grant (Demi Moore) has lost her job, and in an unfair custody battle, has lost her daughter Angela (Rumer Willis) to ex-husband Darryl (Robert Patrick), who is drunken and irresponsible. In order to raise money for a retrial, Erin works at a Miami strip club called The Eager Beaver. One patron at the club is Congressman David Dilbeck (Burt Reynolds), who becomes addicted to Erin, and wants her to perform privately for him. Dilbeck's nearest advisors are worried of the dangers Dilbeck will get into because of this, but Erin has a plan to use Dilbeck to help get custody of her daughter back. However, when a dead body is found, someone who found dirt on Dilbeck, Erin finds herself in deep water. It came out a year after Showgirls, and there were comparisons, but NOTHING can compare to seeing Burt Reynolds in a leather cowboy suit greased up with Vaseline. :O There's nothing in this film you can take seriously, and that people actually went to see it is shocking. It would be a guiltly pleasure if it wasn't so dull.
Spookie M (nl) wrote: Pretty.silly b movie starring rowdy Roddy piper. The leader of the frog people is named Toady. Very dumb but also quite watchable.
Teresa S (fr) wrote: (1987 Director: Melvin Frank) Hmm...late eightie's movie with plot of a child raised by wolves a sole heir to a fortune AND starring a young Howie Mandel! Interesting
Paul D (nl) wrote: Pumping thriller where the pace rarely relents. Matthau is calm and authoritarian throughout, the mark of a true mastermind criminal and always endearing.
Steve W (au) wrote: A precursor to 500 Days of Summer and even Annie Hall, Two for the Road casts the exemplary Albert Finney and Audrey Hepburn as a disgruntled married couple who revisit their twelve year marriage while on a road trip. The movie is able to blend together so many different genres, from cutesy romance, bitter fights, simple comedy, and wonderful dialogue. An experimental film in its time, the jumping back and forth through the marriage is a wonderful technique, and it adds up to a very layered film with great performances.
Matthew L (mx) wrote: Why in the world does the movie have such a bad rating??? Critics sometimes really don't have a clue.
TheRantingAnchor R (mx) wrote: Very bad. Not quite unwatchable thanks to Neil Patrick Harris, but still pretty bad.