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JY S (mx) wrote: Tom Dey merges the east and west into Shanghai Noon.There is actually enough of a story to fill the 100 minutes of screen time. The pacing is never too slow nor too fast, although the film tends to drift every now and then to thrown in some comedic antics that do deliver some laughs.The action is highly stylized and highly entertaining. The use of the environment and non-weaponized objects in the choreography does wonders to the martial arts sequences.Despite the story taking place in Owen Wilson's territory, the film belongs to Jackie Chan. His facial expressions and line delivery equate to laughs. His stunt work is also a positive. Xander Berkeley turns out to be a solid cowboy, while Brandon Merrill and Lucy Liu provide the girl power.Shanghai Noon excels as a comedic action western. The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.
Ola G (kr) wrote: Matt Scudder (Jeff Bridges), an alcoholic detective with the sheriffs department, takes part in a drug bust that results in a fatal shooting of a small-time dealer in front of the man's wife and kids. Scudder ends up in a drunk ward, suffering from booze and blackouts, damaging his career and his relationship with his daughter and estranged wife. A prostitute named Sunny comes to him for help to get out of the business. Scudder is then introduced to the wealthy drug dealer Angel Moldonado (Andy Garcia) and his girlfriend, Sarah (Rosanna Arquette), who is a friend of Sunny's and a high-priced hooker herself. Sunny is suddenly killed and Scudder falls off the wagon. When he picks himself up out of the gutter, Scudder realises that Angel killed Sunny and starts a one man vengeance against Angel...Been several years since I saw this thriller. I reckon a young Jeff Bridges was on top of the game for sure, not that he is bad now, but he had a certain presence back then. He is solid in "8 Million Ways To Die", so is Andy Garcia and Rosanna Arquette. The story is however a bit wishy washy and that goes for Hal Ashbys direction as well. Apparently he more or less threw away the script and allowed the actors to improvise the dialogue. But, that is not evident in the movie. Theres sparks between Garcia and Bridges in their one on one scenes. When reseeing 80s thrillers, I find myself really paying attention to the muscial score. That was a different ballgame back then. I love that movie sound that was in these kind of movies back then. And I had forgotten how much I liked Rosanna Arquette. She was a stunner in the 80s. "8 Million Ways To Die" is not too bad. I like it.
ShawnRay M (it) wrote: Although it holds the same nostalgia-inducing factor that the original has (as well as cheese-factor) this one felt little more than a long episode of the series that would soon follow it. It's widely known that The Night Stalker series was perhaps the largest inspiration for X-Files, it's readily apparent in this movie more so than in the first film. Although not bad, it does tend to teeter on the long side (it's longer than the 74 minutes listed in the stats above).
Bryan M (us) wrote: bela lugosi, zombies & some really nice atmosphere make for an enjoyable, yet certainly flawed early horror flick.
Karsh D (us) wrote: Excellent taut thriller as 4 men go on a canoe trip only to have their trip become a matter of survival as they encounter a group of hillbillies.
Allan C (mx) wrote: I'm a huge fan of writer/director Andrew Bergman. He has a very distinct comedy voice in his films ("The In-Laws," "So Fine" or "The Freshman") and no one makes modern screwball comedies like he does. The plot has a situation ripe for comedy and is one I could easily have seen Preston Sturges' stock company of actors putting on. Nick Cage and Sarah Jessica Parker go off to Vegas to get marries, but Cage loses all his money to Jame Caan, who has designed on Parker. Caan will forgive the debt if he can spend the weekend with Parker. This film gets credit for predating "Indecent Proposal" by a year and this film actually handles the same dilemmas much better and with far fewer pretensions. Besides the three main leads, you also get a great supporting cast that includes. Pat Morita, Anne Bancroft, Peter Boyle, Seymour Cassel, Ben Stein, Tony Shalhoub, and a 5-year old Bruno Mars as Little Elvis. The film's composer, David Newman, also deserves credit for a peppy comic filmscore. Rematching this film now, it wasn't quite as funny as I remembered, but it's still a very enjoyable comedy with a very likable cast, who all manage to take a rather skeezy set up and manage to keep it from dipping into sleaze.
Kenneth C (ca) wrote: Great music. Great performances.
Hannah D (br) wrote: A pretty good western a lot better than I thought it would be.
Ian B (es) wrote: A surprisingly enjoyable 80's throwback comedy that's unfortunately failed to find its audience. Director Michael Dowse (Fubar, Goon) brings a lot of energy to the film, helped by a smart script from Jeff and Jackie Filgo (That 70's Show) and a talented cast. I think the main thing people didn't get about this movie is that it wasn't supposed to re-invent the 80's teen comedy, it was simply just supposed to be another one. Therefor it's filled with all the same cliches, but manages to throw some originality into the mix as well. It does have some pacing issues and could've used a little more focus, but overall this is a really funny flick with one of the best 80's soundtracks ever assembled. It's really no better or worse than half of the teen comedies actually made in the 80's. Keep your expectations in check and give it a chance.
Eniko S (ag) wrote: I absolutely loved this thriller and highly recommend it! It's a very good action packed movie. Michael Pare does it again!
Paul H (gb) wrote: well worth the time!