Set in the 1970's, MIGHTY FINE is the story of Joe Fine (Chazz Palminteri) a charismatic, high-spirited man, who relocates his family--wife Stella (Andie MacDowell), a Holocaust survivor, daughters Nathalie (Jodelle Ferland) and Maddie (Rainey Qualley)--from Brooklyn to New Orleans, in search of a better life. Unfortunately, Joe's spending spree is wildly out of touch with reality, as his apparel business is teetering on the brink of collapse, a fact he refuses to accept. Written and directed by Debbie Goodstein, MIGHTY FINE is told from the perspective of an adult Nathalie remembering the events of her youth, and is inspired by Goodstein's memories of her own father. MIGHTY FINE ultimately shows how coming to terms with the past without judgment is the most fruitful way to move toward the future.
Martin O (ag) wrote: Not terrible action flick. Some silly bits but on the whole, watchable.
James H (kr) wrote: Intelligent but unintelligent. Brainy by brainless. Parts of this film are very clever in a strange unconventional kind of way but there are so many outlandish, offbeat scenes that don't make sense. Like the beginning where she rides a shark and then gets taken out of the sea by a submarine. Most action scenes are very unrealistic and many of the lines are corny but there is no denying how fun and entertaining this film is just like the first one, and I did like Gerard Butler accompanying Angelina Jolie, who was kicking more ass.
joey b (ru) wrote: Classic jail house boxing match ving plays the role very good
Olly H (au) wrote: not my kind of movie
Kyle B (ag) wrote: This is one chilling film. Robin Williams is amazing in this giving one of his very best performances. The cinematography, art direction, and direction are truly magnificent to make this film even more creepier adding on to Williams' chilling performance
Ibraheem M (ru) wrote: Neither funny nor original and just a waste of time.
Nilufer R (mx) wrote: It wasn't quite like its friends in this gruesome genre, this one has a purpose, a sick one of course but hey it's European. It gave me head-aches and depression to some degree. I'm not watching it again for sure.