My Little Bossings

My Little Bossings

Torky is a bookkeeper working for Baba a millionaire cash management specialist. Because of some conflict in her business that puts her life in danger, Baba entrusts the safety of her son Justin to Torky who takes him home to meet his daughter Ice and Ching the street urchin that the latter took under her wing. Given that Justin is not particularly fond of Torky, how all four of them would get along under one roof becomes the focus of the story.

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Shawn B (it) wrote: Wow! If I could sum this little Italian flick up in one word, it would definitely be wow! Once again, Ross has pointed me in the right direction of an amazing movie that I probably never would have checked out otherwise. That's like 8-10 flicks he's recommended without a bad one in the whole bunch. The cat's got great taste. Anyway, back to the film. It follows an unknown Ukrainian woman as she moves about the streets of an Italian city, seemingly looking for something she has lost. Through out, we the audience, pick up on several little clues that give us some insight in to what she is doing. Courtesy of flashbacks we find out how terrible her past has been. It's been a very long time since I've felt this sorry for a character. In fact I don't know if I've ever felt this bad for one. This poor woman had her entire life altered by one wrong career move. Kseniya Rappoport plays the role in such a perfect way, I believe and hang on every word she says and every action she performs. Even though you eventually figure out what she is doing is against the law, you're kind of rooting for her. Irina, or The Uknown Woman if you will, is looking and searching all over for her daughter. I'm honestly afraid of saying anymore. I would hate to give away anything. You really really need to check this movie out. It moves fast, and the near two hours flies by. You might find yourself asking "what?" Probably several times. But the mystery keeps unraveling and finally all the pieces are put together making for quite a shocking finale. This movie is so good, I assure you the US will soon be remaking it, although it probably won't be half as good. Or even a forth good. Yeah, lets go with a forth good.

Anastasia (it) wrote: Short (13) OWN VHS

Phil H (nl) wrote: Released in the same year as 'Top Gun' and virtually a fantastic unauthorised sequel! nah not really. This really is your typical 80's kiddie fare much like 'Space Camp' 'Flight of the Navigator' or 'Karate Kid'. A pop tune filled collection of montages which take you from one action sequence to another. You could almost include 'The A-Team' and 'Rocky' in here as influences also.To use another example if you will, this could almost be 'The Goonies in the Air Force'. A young teens father (who is a fighter pilot) gets trapped behind enemy lines after being shot down. He is up for a darn good hanging so its up to the plucky cocky good looking young teen to fly in there and bail his own dad outta jail.Sounds ridiculous? well it is, Louis Gossett Jr tags along and assists the young boy as he himself is a grizzled old fighter pilot. With the help of more plucky young kiddies Gossett and Gedrick plan how to fly into a fictional Arab country and nab his dad. They do this with lots of very daft tacky action plans involving the kids stealing highly delicate info, ammo supplies, maps and even two jet fighters into the bargain. The young Gedrick and his friends can do all this quite easily it seems just because they all live on the Air Force base (their folks are in the Air Force of course).As I said before they do all this with constant musical montages! When we do see some dog fights its as expected, pretty terrible looking and with some rather obvious models being blown up...badly, clearly plastic and cardboard.Kids version of 'Top Gun' and completely family friendly apart from the odd curse word hehe. Can't believe this actually made it to the cinema in the same year as that Tony Scott film, what a difference! its more of a TV movie really. Best thing here is probably the soundtrack and the rather cool poster.

Brian B (br) wrote: Not a bad movie adaption of the Munsters. Unfortunately as the movie progresses, the humor dries up a bit. There is still enough charm to bring be back for repeat viewings anyway.

Muffin M (gb) wrote: I own this on:* "Theatrical Cut" DVD* "Director's Cut" DVD* "Theatrical Cut" Blu-Ray.