Russ Richards is a TV weatherman and local celebrity on the verge of losing his shirt. Desperate to escape financial ruin, he schemes with Crystal the TV station's lotto ball girl to rig the state lottery drawing. The numbers come up right, but everything else goes wrong as the plan starts to unravel and the game turns rough.
- Category:Crime, Comedy
- Stars:John Travolta, Lisa Kudrow, Tim Roth, Ed O'Neill, Michael Rapaport, Daryl Mitchell, Bill Pullman, Richard Schiff, Michael Moore, Sam McMurray, Michael Weston, Maria Bamford, Caroline Aaron, John F. O'Donohue, Colin Mochrie,
- Country:France, USA
- Director:Nora Ephron,
- Writer:Adam Resnick
The story happens in winter 1988: Harrisburg PA's celebrity weatherman, Russ Richards, is broke: he's borrowed heavily to open a snowmobile dealership, and it's still unseasonably warm. Gig, his seedy pal, advises him to run an insurance scam. Will he do this? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: Corporate greed vz real law suits. Talk about buying laws to support corporste greed. This doco was much better than i thought it would be
(nl) wrote: James Wolk me surpreendeu nesse filme, sabia que ele era um bom ator, graas a Political Animals, mas interpretar algum com Tourette como interpretar um gago, a chances de cair no caricaturesco muito grande, mas James se saiu muito bem no papel. O resto do elenco tambm fantstico, inclusive as crianas, mas principalmente Patricia Heaton como a me do protagonista.
(jp) wrote: I don't know where to begin. that is an hour of my life gone that I will never get back. bad acting. no technical advising. uh....... horrible. even for a b movie
(de) wrote: Goofy fun, worth a look if you like low-budget diaster movies. As dumb and as far-fetched as this one is, it is very entertaining, never too slow or boring.
(es) wrote: watched for school. wouldn't have watched it on my own, but I'm glad I did.
(gb) wrote: I LOVE THIS MOVE my fav movie ily vivek
(kr) wrote: Tthis a good true story of the night stalker!
(gb) wrote: Fine performances from Peter Dinklage, Patricia A. & Gary Oldman. Weak performances from McConaughey & Beckinsale. Dull story with few real moments. Even the main conflict isn't scientific accurate. Someone didn't do their research.
(br) wrote: Theres not a lot of love out there for this movie yet strangely I quite enjoyed legionnaire, don't get me wrong van Damme films are usually designed to be cheesy with an admirable amount of martial arts chucked in for good measure, so are they supposed to be visual masterpieces? not a blockbuster yet one of Claude's better flicks
(ca) wrote: from wim wenders, stories about love, lost love,and passion,some interesting moments,and acting from the cast, some stories are better than others, so its worth the watch,
(fr) wrote: The story is basically about a young gay couple, one of whom is played by a young Hugh Grant, trying in vain to sound like an American, even though his mother is played by Julie Andrews. Grant's lover is dying of AIDS and wants to reconcile with his estranged mother (played by a slightly over-the-top Ann Margaret in a blond wig) before he dies. So Grant sends his mother (Andrews) to Arkansas to try and convince his lover's mother, who hasn't seen her son in years to come and see her son. Naturally, being an ignorant woman, she refuses. (There's a high camp moment when Andrews slaps Ann Margaret and calls her a stupid b****.) And so the bulk of the film is about her coming to terms with what she has tried to ignore for years and make peace with her son.
(fr) wrote: This is entertainingly great. I kinda disagree with the ratings seems too childish as script goes but the dialogue is pretty good. Overall it is still good to see those breathtaking scenes with those well made CGI giants. It will blow 8 year old minds as well as me also. Definitely a must have for Blu-Ray. 4 out of 5
(br) wrote: What's not to like about a film were a martian Santa Claus has to battle a spawn of the devil with the help of children around the world and Merlin the Wizard? More than you think.