Mr. Nice Guy

Mr. Nice Guy

A Chinese chef accidentally gets involved with a news reporter who filmed a drug bust that went awry and is now being chased by gangs who are trying to get the video tape.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:94 minutes
  • Release:1997
  • Language:English,Cantonese,Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:acrobatics,   explosion,   murder,  

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Laurie S (nl) wrote: Wow. This movie hit a little too close to home, I identified with the mom so much. My husband didn't die - he left me, with a 2 year old and a baby and the hell I went through, especially during those long nights when all I wanted to do was sleep, can definitely bring out the dark demons. I am further impressed that the film took it even further, suggesting that even when we recognize the destruction and its cause, we can't always rid ourselves of the monster, but instead we choose to make peace with it, in whatever way we can. Excellent movie. The Aussies really know how to do twisted, eerie and bleak! (Oh, and the whole sub-plot about how the mom struggles to love her son, even though in some twisted way she blames him for the loss of her husband. That was well done. Someone really "went there" and dug deep. Oh, and if you're just looking for a good horror flick, it's still good. I am a huge horror junkie and hardly anything scares me anymore, but this was pretty scary and well done. Despite the silly name, the Babadook is heck-o-creepy! Still don't understand where he book came from. But it's a necessary piece of the story. Anyone?

Jason S (fr) wrote: It's a fun film and all their performances are enjoyable but it's just missing some kind of impact.

Wes S (us) wrote: Barely thrilling, but enough to keep you interested. Harrison Ford is probably the only outstanding part of this movie, but the drama and suspense carries the cloudy story and lackluster characters.

Wildaly M (au) wrote: Two Weeks Notice is basically saved by the really good actors in it, especially Grant and Bullock. There are some laughs here and there, but there's nothing remarkable about the film so this is standard rom-com entry.

Dave N (es) wrote: It was so bad that hilarity ensued.

Vincius C (de) wrote: An audience score of 66% shows how dumb people are.

Well A (au) wrote: Veio na esteira de "Pnico", mas tinha certo apelo. Guilty pleasure do fim da dcada de 90 que funcionava muito bem com amigos + tarde chuvosa + pipoca.

Jason C (ca) wrote: Yikes! This is definitely a rough start to my exploration of Kilmer's straight to DVD work. This is really bad, as if the title of the film wasn't bad enough. This is a film with so many cliches it's almost impossible to keep track. Kilmer plays an aging thief who has just pulled of his 'final hiest,' but he needs to sell the thing before he can get away. The thing in this case is a briefcase who's content we never see (think Kiss Me Deadly or Pulp Fiction). His attempt to sell this whateveritis takes place in a city park where he also meets a child who latches onto, attempts to reconcile both his relationship with his ex-wife and his estranged daughter. No lie, I'd say at least 80% of this film consists of shots of people on the phone. Nothing happens in this movie, which is fine if that's the type of film your making but, I think, this is supposed to be somekind of thriller. There's nothing thrilling about any of this; even the moment when he sells the case to the gangster (the same gangster he stole it from) is completely devoid of tension. This film (spoiler warning for the crazy fuckers who care) doesn't even have the balls to kill off Kilmer's character but rather gives us the happy ending where Kilmer's John Cologne (seriously) talks his ex-wife into trying again and they ride off to see their daughter in Florida, WITH most of the money that John got from the gangster. Ugh. As for Kilmer, he actually survives without completely embarressing himself. His calmness and ability to use facial expression makes up for some of what the script misses, but only some. Make no mistake, this is a really bad film.