A jazz musician and a stunt man are the spitting image of two millionaire brothers. They take the job to replace them in Rio de Janeiro when someone plans to assassinate them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Non c'è due senza quattro
A jazz musician and a stunt man are the spitting image of two millionaire brothers. They take the job to replace them in Rio de Janeiro when someone plans to assassinate them.
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Charlie M (au) wrote: A small Island village in Ireland is under attack as sea monsters begin picking off local fisherman one by one. Soon the Garda's discover The bloodsucking sea creatures are allergic to alcohol and the villagers happily gets piss drunk. But does this small Irish town have enough booze to stop the tentacled leviathan?This is a wonderfully cheeky movie that knows what it is and plays up the campiness of the concept with great characters. Like Slither before it, this fun creature invasion is a horror-comedy of the best kind. The title & marketing makes it look cheap and stupid, however don't let the crappy poster fool you, this is an enjoyable watch. The celtic vistas are beautiful, and there are a handful of great actors involved delivering some great bits including an ode to the classic Sigorney Weaver line "Get away from her you bitch!"Accents are a little 'tick' so you may have to turn on the subtitles to get the colourful feckin' jokes.
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Tom A (jp) wrote: a 50% Secretary a 50% lost in translation!
Cassandra M (es) wrote: Home Room deals with a Columbine-like high-school shooting but rather than hashing over the occurrence itself the film portrays the aftermath and what happened to the survivors, their trauma, guilt and denial.*Spoilers* The shooting itself is treated as a foregone conclusion, with no action footage other than the reaction of an almost teenage SWAT commando after shooting the high school killer. The film has three protagonists; the detective investigating the crime of which no guilty parties are left to convict and two teenage girls surviving the incident, played by a very young Erika Christensen and Busy Philipps.The two girls having nothing in common besides the shooting are put together because of it and the drama ensues.Erika Christensen, though only 24 has been around the block so much that film viewers are pretty much acquainted with her solid and reliable style of acting. Busy Philipps, three years older than Christensen and altogether unknown to me, blew me away with her overwhelming dramatic strength and screen presence. This girl was the part.It's a great movie and it connects to you with its intimate focus on the fragile yet growing relationship between the two traumatized girls. Gus van Sant's Elephant (2003) though good, seems almost superficial and paltry compared to Home Room when it comes to dramatic flair and acting. What I can see this film got very little screen time and exposure - so much more a loss for an equally traumatized America.
TingTing W (es) wrote: Abrupt ending. Girl friend said its sucky.
Jenna S (nl) wrote: If you haven't see this movie, you should. if you are down to watch just a mindless funny movie this is your best bet. so many good one liners and the barbarian brothers are simply the best.
Kimono J (es) wrote: awesome special effect for an 80s movie!
Tom D (gb) wrote: This is a wonderful companion piece to Bunuel's Las Hurdes. While this seems to be more chaotic, it is obviously scripted, and both are savage in questioning the ethics and aesthetics of documentary film-making. It makes a fitting end to Nicholas Ray's career.
Andy F (us) wrote: Slow moving, atmospheric Italian zombie horror. Has its gory moments but on the whole surprisingly subtle, before its influential climax.
Joseph S (de) wrote: Legitimately awful in the most watchable way.
Tiberio S (it) wrote: The most well-crafted film of the trilogy, with sweeping camera moves and intricately staged long single takes. The idea of this world is terribly sad, a society facing it's karma, living in shambles, leeching off each other. Edmund is first seen attempting to get a job as a 13 year-old undertaker, desperate to work to feed his family - he's kicked out. What does it say about a society when the most seemingly available job is to bury masses of dead humans?It also deals with the exploitation of children, prostitution; everyone is desperate to feed themselves, and will do so by any means. There are no standards, it's survival. We always think we have to look to the future for a post-apocalyptic world, but this society already faced it.The score is sinister and well composed music, but distracting with sloppy transitions at times.
Keith S (ag) wrote: Being a huge baseball fan, thought I would've liked it better.
Stanley C (fr) wrote: The Expendables is a boring, cliched action movie that fails to live up to Die Hard or Lethal Weapon.
Dany L (ru) wrote: not a bad small female revenge thriller...ending was exceptional
Robert M (ca) wrote: This movie is rotten to the core. It starts out with some hope of being tolerable then proceeds to deteriorate into a total piece of trash, torture to watch, unrealistic, insane violence and gore instead of a story or acting...the lowest caliber of movie making. Only could be made in this day and age where real stories and real cinema have been forgotten and trahs is accepted as normal....pathetic on all counts! Avoid at all costs!