The movie follows three graduates vacationing in Paris as they find themselves whisked away to Monte Carlo where they live like royalty and experience romance after one of the girls is mistaken for a British heiress. But at the end of their journey, they discover the true magic of friendship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Thomas L (es) wrote: Fascinating...Sorry to find out about the copyright problem and that Romero got screwed out of millions!
M H (ru) wrote: This film is twisted when you really think about it. I rarely like giving away plot points or endings so if you don't want spoilers at all, do not continue beyond this point. So, in the end, it turns out that the three kids committed a number of property crimes (trespassing etc) but that was rendered all justifiable because the animal they saved was an endangered one. First, this implies that any means, at all, that somebody takes to prevent the destruction of an animal's habitat, is justified because they are endangered. Further, that they are justified in doing this on their own, and not, for instance, contacting the EPA or their foreign equivalents. This puts animal rights above legal consequences. Second, this implies that such justifications would not have been applicable, had the animal not been endangered. This puts one set of animals, and their habitats above and beyond another set of animals, and their habitats. This is in spite of the fact that the kids did not realize the animal was endangered until the end. Thus, their entire effort was for naught, until the animal was discovered on the EPA's protection list. As is standard, if I sat through the whole thing it gets at least 10%.
Thomas K (es) wrote: A mildly diverting rip off of Heathers and Scream. There are some pretty good ideas here and the cast has talent but, in the long run, there just isn't anything of real interest here.
Andrew G (es) wrote: One of those sci-fi movies that's more enjoyable the less you analyze it. It's silly and it knows it, and thankfully doesn't try to over-explain anything. There are some great fight scenes, an interesting story, a good villain, and hilarious one-liners. If you're a fan of over-the-top action movies, look no further than Timecop.
Stephan K (kr) wrote: This movie is a typical product of the 80ties and a lot of coke. King officially said that he doesn't remember directing this movie because he was high all the time. It is pretty fun to watch but don't expect any plot or that the characters behave in any realistic way. They don't, even remotely. The gore effects are few but fun. That's all I can say.
Christopher B (br) wrote: Even recycled pastiche is funny. Bringing so many actors together to remember Inspector JC makes for a fitting tribute to Sellers. Oh, and Denise Crosby does have a great ass.
David D (ag) wrote: This film's two stars both give excellent performances. De Niro plays his role in a bravura manner that is exactly what the character requires. Paul Dano, on the other hand, gives a subtle and underplayed performance in his role. You might expect this to result in De Niro overwhelming the more subtle performance of Dano but it seemed to me that both held their ground equally well. The story is not a simple one with a standard plotline. The characters and the performances conveying those characters are all solid and believable. A truly fine drama drawn from the real life of author Nick Flynn.