Kummelin Jackpot

Kummelin Jackpot

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Kummelin Jackpot, was released in February 2006. It was about a divorced man portrayed by Silvennoinen, who realises a way to trick himself a jackpot in football betting. In 2008, Kummeli: Alivuokralainen, was released. The script was based on a play by the same name and starred Mikko Kivinen, Heikki Silvennoinen and Timo Kahilainen in the starring roles, along with numerous other Finnish comedy actors. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Maymay A (ru) wrote: Documented fearlessly exhibits how even the best people in America cannot legally call themselves Americans. Aside from being a brilliant cinematic piece, Documented is an important testament of how citizenship must be a lot more than mere papers.

Wesley H (jp) wrote: A fun film that explores innocence and the need for independence.

Brian C (gb) wrote: Very badly acted, and a very cliched story, but strangely enough it was mildly entertaining. There is nothing new in this movie at all. Same tired scares and set pieces.

Jason M (it) wrote: I can't wait to see this one. I'll be one of the first in line with my buddy Headgiver.

Evelyn J (gb) wrote: It was pretty weird....I have to say. Cute idea, just....uh....strange. lol

Gail S (ca) wrote: A totally unappreciated movie. I don't agree with all of the bad reviews. Hysterical! I loved it!!

Nasuha R (fr) wrote: not really scary,just gory.

Mohammed A (de) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Hanul C (ca) wrote: As the indie movie that started Christopher Nolan's career it shows most of his signature movie elements such as cleverly written complex story with an unexpected ending. This movie encourages many young film makers to continue their hard work to reach the movie industries.

Denis Y (au) wrote: Less fun than the first and even more suspense of disbelief is required. Fun, but passable

David F (mx) wrote: A Spaghetti Western set in a violent and dreary American West of muddy, impassable roads and rickety, broken-down, wooden buildings, 'Django' is a revisionist Western which remixes traditional elements of the genre like dance hall girls and shootouts into a daringly re-imagined portrait of the Old West. Graphically it's violent, with whippings, dismemberments and a particularly brutal disfigurement of the eponymous hero's hands, while philosophically it's nihilist, portraying a completely hopeless world of cyclical eye-for-an-eye style revenge and retribution. It manages to rise above it's exploitation elements with a love story told through elisions and glances and a hero who can really kick ass.

Matt K (us) wrote: Pretty funny, although it had some slow spots. Keaton gives another brilliant performance as a rich weakling who has to learn how to box. There is much comedy to be mined from this situation and Keaton does not fail us.

Stuart T (de) wrote: this movie as made fairies really real for the children of the world, it's too unreal to Blevin magical creaters.

Tor H (ca) wrote: Stjernespekket og kaotisk videreutvikling av miljet fra "Smoke". Brer preg av vre delvis improvisert, men er tidvis svrt morsom.