People I Know
A New York press agent must scramble when his major client becomes embroiled in a huge scandal.
- Stars:Hannah Cresswell, David Barrass, Malcolm McDowell, Keira Knightley, Del Synnott, Stuart Wilson, Crispin Letts, Roger Ashton-Griffiths, Jonathan Hyde, Adam Ryan, Brendon Gregory, Al Pacino, Kim Basinger, Ryan O'Neal, Téa Leoni, Richard Schiff, Bill Nunn, Robert Klein, Mark Webber, Eldon Bullock, Juliet Papa, Ramsey Faragallah, Brian McConnachie, Frank Wood, Rex Reed, Lewis Dodley,
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Matthew M (kr) wrote: Pros: the dvd includes a few trailers to Asylums movies such as AVH and a cloverfield knock off, its delievery system insures me it must end, the special effects are very See FEEt quality,
Max L (es) wrote: Its a fun heist movie who cares if its bad or not
Ryan H (ca) wrote: One of the worst trailers I've ever watched.
Weul S (ru) wrote: Amnesiacs aplenty in this absurdly boring ode to silent cinema, warts and all. Guy Maddin has been compared to David Lynch but this load of crap, his second feature is no Elephant Man.
Russell G (es) wrote: This movie attempts to bring back some sense of emotion to the Rambo series, but it is very slight. This is just another round of mindless go, go, go action. I suppose that there is nothing wrong with that so long as it is. The dialogue is weaker this time; it often verges on unintentionally funny. Rambo is out to save his mentor, who is a prisoner of war in the Afghanistan conflict. It seems strange that Col. Trautman cannot hold his own better than he does, considering he helped train Rambo. It takes a bit of time for the story to set in but when it does, the exaggerated action entertains, for the most part. The final battle of the movie pushes it too far and persists for too long, and it starts to get ridiculous. Stallone is giving the people what they want, and is now just playing a parody of his original character. The Rambo sequels are fine as disposable popcorn movies, but they feel like they are another series of their own. It is hard to believe how great the first movie is when you watch the goofy sequels. Regrettably, these sequels are now the lasting image of the series.