An unemployed man trying to steal from a convenience store, and the store clerk catches him in the act... the thief runs away with the store-clerk right after him. All the while, the store clerk is in trouble with a low-rank yakuza. Along the chase for the thief, they catch the eye of the Yakuza who's been looking for the convenience store clerk . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A salaryman, a drug addict and a yakuza go on a breathless three man chase through the streets of Tokyo, each for a different reason and fighting demons.
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Jenni P (it) wrote: Love itHey, you should really see this! Based on the novel, The Last Valentine, by James Michael Pratt. A young and cynical female journalist learns love may transcend trials and time as she discovers a story that will change her life forever. When war separates lovers on their wedding anniversary Feb. 14, 1944 at LA Union Train Station, Navy pilot Neil Thomas makes a promise he isn't sure he can keep - to return to the train station safe by their next anniversary. For sixty years Caroline Thomas keeps her promise by waiting at the train station until her missing in action husband can finally keep his with the "lost valentine." The message and meaning shows romance and love can be real; worth fighting, and maybe even dying for.starring Jennifer Love Hewitt, Betty White, Jennifer Lopez, Billy Magnussen, Meaghann Fahy. Genre: Drama
Greg W (it) wrote: gr8 cast good thriller
Juan C (kr) wrote: If you don't like weekend benders, threesomes or surf towns, this is not your movie. And we probably shouldn't hang out anymore.
David G (ag) wrote: oh did Samuel Jackson and tracy morgan get in this garbage
Ian T (es) wrote: Would have made a good documentary but as it stands, its a B-movie about a B-movie.
Caitlin L (ag) wrote: A lackluster movie with not great acting.
Stanley B (de) wrote: Hugely entertaining horror-comedy from Full Moon (One of their last good ones to date). People who share my same very-weird tastes will love this
David B (it) wrote: A Kevin Costner sports movie never, ever fails. I think this is the closest Costner ever gets to comedy. A Great movie, brilliantly supported by Sarandon & Robbins. It's a must watch.
Michael K (gb) wrote: Awesome movies for the holidays...
John S (ru) wrote: This, without a doubt, will be the toughest watch in recent memory.Terrible stand up comedians have their place, and can offer entertainment value in some form or another. Enter Greg Turkington, who as his alter ego Neil Hamburger has been mastering the craft of truly unremarkable, offensive, deplorable, mundane stand-up comedy, for decades. It is a disconcerning experience, watching an uncomfortable, struggling bomb go off on stage. There is heckling, there is groaning, there is long awkward silences, there is confusion, there is laughter, and sometimes, there is mayhem. Neil Hamburger is not for everyone. The act is a performance art piece, that relies heavily on crowd response, whether it be indifference, warmth or explosive hatred.It is a tough act to pull off on the big screen.Instead of documenting this bizarre phenomena, "Entertainment" uses the Neil Hamburger experience as the centerpiece in a hazy, dreamy, mind and road trip that mixes equal parts Antonioni and Lynch. Filmed super wide, it revels in deserted expanses, adding extra bleak factor to the snail paced non-action. It just feels weird.Shit happens, but seems irrelevant to any story line. John C. Reilly and Michael Cera pop in for oddball cameos, but leave no marks. Hamburger (unnamed for some reason) trudges across wasteland deserted towns to perform before indifferent crowds, with predictable results. Much time is spent on the between gig down times.Is this a joke? Is this art? Is this a movie? Is there anything to "get"?What it is, is a truly unsettling and painful experience for everyone involved, especially you.That may be the point.- hipCRANK
Brian B (ca) wrote: Excellent movie and a beautiful love story!
Randy Y (ag) wrote: Very easy to go into with limited expectations, and if you do that, it is relatively enjoyable. Not a sophisticated plot, but not overly cliched either. They wisely focus more on a character feel to the movie. Without being too complicated, it allows one to be impressed with the seamless CGI and enjoy some action.