Angelo "Snaps" Provolone made his dying father a promise on his deathbed: he would leave the world of crime and become an honest businessman. Despite having no experience in making money in a legal fashion, Snaps sets about to keep his promise.
- Stars:Sylvester Stallone, Ornella Muti, Don Ameche, Peter Riegert, Tim Curry, Vincent Spano, Marisa Tomei, Eddie Bracken, Linda Gray, Chazz Palminteri, Kurtwood Smith, Yvonne De Carlo, Ken Howard, William Atherton, Martin Ferrero,
- Director:John Landis,
- Writer:Claude Magnier (play), Michael Barrie (screenplay), Jim Mulholland (screenplay)
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(it) wrote: It's well paced, well written, and well directed. It's perfect.
(gb) wrote: Anything Van Jone's is a proponent of must surely be worthless. The appearance of this piece of human garbage in this movie, totally discredits the message Byck is attempting to sell
(ca) wrote: Gave me the basics of what the LHC and CERN is all about. Brilliant doc.
(au) wrote: This was good but could have been so much better. Rather than waste time on all the Naoko flashbacks, more time should have been spent showing the relationships with Midori and Reiko, the latter of which is necessary to give meaning to the final Reiko scenes. The Reiko scenes at the end were unnnecessarily clumsy. It did capture the feel of the book though.
(de) wrote: I wouldn't say this is a good movie at all. For one, I think even though G-Girl was, um... a bit severe in how she treated Matt after they broke up, she did ultimately have a reason to be jealous. Secondly, this just wasn't that entertaining to watch. The guy from The Office was funny though.
(es) wrote: sweet. aww. but the ending left me wondering what the heck happens. hate that.
(mx) wrote: My favorite play. I've seen every version committed to film that I can find and this one surpasses them all. Additionally it's one even my young grand daughter enjoyed and understood. Tennant shines in this production which has been called "the Hamlet of a generation". I loved how he brought out Hamlet's smart-mouth side, yet still delivers even in the darkest scenes.
(ag) wrote: Interesting, if true, but as a movie, it's nothing special. One of those films where, at times, you could think it moved into documentary teritory such is the direction which is good.
(jp) wrote: I saw this in the theater when I was really young, maybe 6 or so, and I loved it. 25 years later, I took my son Owen to see it at the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor, and he got a big kick out of it too. Watching it 25 years later, it's a really strange premise -- even for a kid movie. I mean, the idea that the birds wanted to find Big Bird a home with a bird family makes sense, but when the bird association woman starts trying to hunt him down (after he leave the pretty amusing DoDo family) and becomes a villian is pretty weird. What's also interesting is that this was made in the Pre-Elmo Era of Sesame Street, because I noticed him but really just as a background character. I wondered when they started using him as a featured character ... must have been in the late 80s / early 90s ? Some of the celebrity cameos are pretty amusing too (John Candy, Chevy Chase, Sandra Bernhard). Definitely worth passing on to our next generation.
(jp) wrote: It was enjoyable, 5 short stories with a some dark humor and creepiness. Some stories were better than others, and so, over all it's a 6/10 in my book. It was cool seeing Leslie Nielsen in this one!
(us) wrote: A few laughs; sort of dated; mercifully short.
(gb) wrote: This was pretty good, I'm not generally one for the political thrillers and I found myself frustrated by 'Rachel's' decisions. Excellent cast, good performances all round and definitely thought provoking. The ending is a great twist, totally surprised me and explained why she couldn't give up her source because all along I'd been thinking; you are losing everything, why don't you just give up the damn source? It's not worth all this. 03.18.14"Kate Beckinsale plays a principled investigative journalist in Washington DC where she writes a story that outs a CIA operative and she winds up going to jail for not revealing her source."
(gb) wrote: A really nice inspirational movie. Terrance horward does a great job! Bernie mac also
(de) wrote: Truly awful. Based on a true story about an incident in Zanzibar and the blowing up of a German battleship. Low budget, poor action scenes, and awful editing and it's far too long to sustain any interest.
(it) wrote: This movie seems really interesting. It has the actor that was in The Ten Commandments (Ramses).