Two wealthy businessmen are about to get away with $5 million in ill-gotten money until their plans are revealed by an uninvited house guest.

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Mike S (kr) wrote: Somewhat different than the norm. I liked it.

Thomas W (jp) wrote: Before reality television allowed just about anybody to say just about anything in front of an audience and before polarizing radio and television personalities such as Howard Stern, Rush Limbaugh, Glen Beck, Bill Maher and Sean Hannity proved there is an audience that craves shock-talk when it involves putting-down and insulting others, the world had one person who did this on a regular basis and who was actually different than all that followed as this man was an honest, equal-opportunity offender who spoke his mind and wasn't earning tens of millions of dollars from corporate sponsors manipulating those dumber than him to believe everything he said. Yes, sorry, but if the shoe fits ... Morton Downey Jr. was a foul-mouthed, chain-smoking hothead who had hoped to follow in his father's footsteps as a crooner; but his talent wasn't in music and so he found his calling as a television host on a short-lived yet notorious talk show that bore his name and was called "3-D television" because of the numerous quasi-violent outbursts that occurred on the show amongst verbally volatile guests (such as Rev. Al Sharpton, Gloria Allred, Pat Buchanan, Allen Dershowitz, Curtis Sliwa and various [ignorant] klansmen). It was also described as "rock and roll without the music" because of its attitude, pacing and aggressive format. Downey Jr. was "in your face" and rarely apologized and always had an opinion which turned off plenty of viewers although it revolutionized the television format/genre. Downey Jr. had a very quick rise to his infamous fame but he also had a very quick fall as a stunt of his backfired and he lost much support. Evocateur showcases the man's rise and fall and also provides a bit of touching, human reality by including the man's late health scare and battle with lung cancer (he openly claimed to have smoked upwards of 3 packs a day at the height of his career). His show aired in the late 80's and I remember it being on and hearing some of his more shocking claims ... that probably are not as shocking anymore as they used to be. Evocatuer is an adequate tribute to a man who did revolutionize television even if the man never knew to what extent. Without doubt, he did take things too far but he did speak his mind openly and honestly which is more than can be said about so many that have followed him and are doing so for larger paychecks (as it has become ALL about the $).

Jess L (gb) wrote: Something about this movie made me fall in love with it. The use of the split screen intensified the feelings of the two characters, allowing the audience to feel the space that now exists between them even though they may be in the same room. This technique also allowed the film to delve into flashbacks of the younger couple whilst also staying with them in the present time. I thought both leads were amazing. Eckhart plays the guy you hate to love - but somehow you find yourself liking him, and by the end of the film I even felt somewhat sorry for him as he admits his loneliness. The dialogue in this film is exceptional. It is witty, sharp, at times funny and full of emotion and history. The two characters have deep histories and a great chemistry despite how the relationship ended. Despite being a film of two people talking the entire time I was glued to the screen and both intrigued and interested in these characters. It may be easy to amuse the brain with flashy CGI and lots of action, but it takes true talent to create a film like this that doesn't lose momentum or drown itself in boring, self aware dialogue. Well worth the watch.

Anthony T (es) wrote: I'll admit, I laughed a few times at this very cheesy C-list celeb filled movie. Very predictable, not recommend unless you like cheesey teen rom coms.

Marissa L (es) wrote: I know this movie's writer/producer he is awesome and this movie rocks!

michelle (ru) wrote: she keeps her husbands head in a tuperware container & she starts hearing it talk to her. so yeah it's funny:)

Sally Z (jp) wrote: My family tried to watch this movie once when we all had the stomach flu. There's a scene near the beginning where they throw raw meat on protestors. So we turned it off. It looks pretty terrible anyway, so that's fine with me.

Chad A (fr) wrote: An entertaining film with great performances and an outstanding score. One of those great films that allows the viewer to reflect both on themselves and on humanity.

Max S (ag) wrote: I hadn't seen this in ages. I used to love it when I was a kid...I still do.

Tamsin P (jp) wrote: Crude, inconsistent and not very memorable.

Arturo R (ag) wrote: One of Jim Carrey's best performace.

Jackson M (de) wrote: A great start for the Moore era of Bond

Des S (ag) wrote: I wasn't too thrilled about watching this movie, but I'm glad I gave it a chance because it was a nice story about love and moving on.

Adam L (it) wrote: This film is literally so terrible I cannot be bothered to write about it. About time this franchise was rebooted into something worth seeing...

Thierry H (de) wrote: Stupid and pretentious.