The manger of cabaret club "Hanibani" named Shuu, a worker at the club named Koji and one of the patrons named Ken succeed in robbing a bank. They agree to divide the stolen money equally into 3, but they become consumed by greed and try to get more than their share. In addition, a renowned figure is after their money.
- Stars:Tatsuya Fujiwara, Mika Nakashima, Kôki Tanaka, Ryûichi Kosugi, Mitsu Dan, Reizâ Ramon H.G., Yôsuke Kubozuka, Daisuke Matsuda, Pîtâ, Hiroshi Shinagawa, Tomoharu Shôji, Yasuhito Wakita, Yasu-Chin,
- Director:Hiroshi Shinagawa,
- Writer:Hanta Kinoshita (based on the novel by), Hiroshi Shinagawa (screenplay)
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(jp) wrote: Woof! I know this was a made-for-TV movie, but I was expecting it to be a bit better than it was. The acting was subpar and the costuming was atrocious.
(ag) wrote: The stupidest layout for a movie
(br) wrote: Surreal feel-good movie.
(mx) wrote: This remake is better than I expected, and, even though it's Linklater, I really wasn't expecting much.
(gb) wrote: It's Kaufman, alright.
(nl) wrote: Tobey Maguire tries his best to shrink down to the size of a jockey in this story of a legendary horse from the Depression. It's good but could have been a wee bit more compelling.
(us) wrote: Da blijft zo'n schattig en leuk filmke he! En Neve Campbell & Matthew Perry zijn hier gewoon om op te eten.
(ru) wrote: Interesting, but ultimately unsatisfying.
(ca) wrote: Funny -not a great plot but campy and funny to watch heman in new jersey
(fr) wrote: Blier's films always start quickly and this may be his fastest film ever. Depardieu drags depressed couple played by Blanc and Miou-Miou into a world crime and extremely irresponsible sex. Very fun with a top notch score from Serge Gainsbourg.
(jp) wrote: Another overlooked classic from the greatly under appreciated Richard Lester. Connery, Hepburn, and Shaw are terrific. Perhaps my favorite Robin Hood on film, topping even Flynn's swashbuckling hero.
(br) wrote: This movie is completely terrible and, yet, still somehow difficult to dislike. Many films fall into the category "so bad it's good." How many can be described as "so ineptly-made it's hypnotic"? One couldn't ask for a better cast or more interesting source material. Yet, somehow, Sarne manages to make the entire thing feel like an ad-libbed weekend project. Still, the whole thing is rather endearing, largely because the cast has a great deal of fun with it. Welch, Fawcett, Reed and Carradine all seem to love spouting nonsensical lines like, "It's a dangerous thing, ambition. Ruined Mickey Mouse's whole career." Mae West gets in some of her most memorable one-liners, but her frisky lady routine is robbed of its power by her trashy surroundings. As for John Huston, it's just damn depressing to see him slog through this mess. Thank god he had 17 years of filmmaking ahead of him to make up for it.
(br) wrote: Do watch this movie is you are interested in watching some good fight scenes... do NOT watch this movie if you want a story/plot.
(it) wrote: It was a fun explode action packed movie. Won't dissapoint
(br) wrote: Second time watching this. About the same as the first time. Good character development, solid cast, makes football seem like the greatest sport ever. The final showdown for the championship is portrayed just like the Superbowl. One thing I particularly like is how they go through bad times and get screwed over; it's not just another bland feel-good plotline. Definitely a good weekend movie.