Looking for Leonard

Looking for Leonard

Ted, his girlfriend Jo, and his brother Johnny are small-time robbers in Montreal. The brothers spend their time watching TV, while Jo rereads Leonard Cohen's novel "Beautiful Losers" and attends writing classes. Luka, a Czech immigrant, picks up Jo when he sees her shoplifting. When Johnny surprises Luka kissing Jo, he attacks him. In the ensuing fight Jo accidentally kills Johnny, and Luka leaves the scene, but drops his wallet. The police assume that Luka attacked Johnny after a break-in and Jo goes along with that, but feels guilty about it.

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Dan H (jp) wrote: Part teen social drama and part crime thriller. The film is well acted (Mark Pelegrino is particularly fun as the dumb but dangerous redneck Giff), and the script is pretty good. With an interesting plot, Bad Turn Worse is good fun that moves at a fairly nice pace to it's conclusion.

Paul G (jp) wrote: What??? Why??? Really??? Stupid!!!

Roxanne R (ag) wrote: Good effort by the cast and crew of this indy film that was financially supported by many individuals (per the credits I saw). Sharlto Copley plays Jonah, a man that wakes up and finds himself in a pit surrounded by dead bodies. He is trying to figure out how he got there and most important, who is he. Once he is able to exit the pit he finds a home with several strangers that suffer from memory loss. As the film continues some painful truths will be revealed but time is not on their side. The critics did not like this one and I think it was average but nothing to rave about. I surmise that soon it will be available on Netflix instant streaming.

David L (de) wrote: First time i have ever been inspired to write movie review in my life. I wouldn't want anyone to waste the 1hr30min of their limited time on this planet watching this film. One of the worst films I have ever seen.

Nurul I (fr) wrote: she (norah jones) as elizabeth in this movie, at first of all, she didn't know where she must go. then she decided to walked away in that night, wanna forget the most painful relationship she has been through. she's looking for something great to be the different girl not like at that night which is reminding her of broken heart.NICE!

Giovanny T (jp) wrote: A good prequel to Mou gaan dou.

Melissa A (de) wrote: Love time pieces. Oh to have been there in that time...Great music...

Prasoon G (kr) wrote: Sick movie. Drew Barrymore looks hot nevertheless and acted pretty fine wrt to her age back then - just that script never held the plot..

Hannu M (ru) wrote: A bad Rambo knock-off with an unintimitating and a practically unknown lead who tries to look like an action star but ends up with loads of unthreatening hair-styles and facial expressions. The somewhat entertaining action-scenes come too late for anyone to have any interest in the movie's plot or characters. In better hands it could have been an okay action-flick, now it's just a cheap mess.

Jeff B (kr) wrote: Groucho's fastest one-liners. Harpo's best gags and faces. It's just a shame that Chico didn't have much to do and Zeppo, of course, had even less. The plot is simple and well-executed so that it does really get in the way of most of the jokes.

Ryan M (nl) wrote: Critics are retarded. How do you get the title of critic anyway ? This movie made me puke in my mouth

Lucas Y (es) wrote: Frequency is a movie you can relax, turn your brain off and enjoy multiple times. Loved it when it first came out and when it was on tv this weekend I made sure to revisit and enjoyed just as much. Quaid and Caveziel are awesome.

Rafael M (kr) wrote: Interesante... si no tienes nada mas que hacer...

max h (ag) wrote: As a lover of games, it was thrilling to see chess given the same treatment as any sporting movie. The acting on the other hand seemed slightly ham-fisted in the light of the movie's true story, the mental deterioration of Bobby Fischer.