Profesionalac

Profesionalac

A stage play by Dusan Kovacevic which tells the story of a successful manager of a publishing company that gets an unexpected visit in his office from a stranger who claims to be a former secret agent.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:85 minutes
  • Release:1990
  • Language:Serbo-Croatian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on play,  

A stage play by Dusan Kovacevic which tells the story of a successful manager of a publishing company that gets an unexpected visit in his office from a stranger who claims to be a former secret agent. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Charlie D (fr) wrote: My only regret is that the film didn't take it farther which would carry it more fantastical-like but far more pleasing in the conclusion. But since things don't work that way its acceptable how it went. But it's trip that it took you on feels so familiar and makes you longing for something like it, it's my quintessential romantic drama. The actors who played the characters and the writing fused flawlessly and ultimately placed my admiration higher for them. Yet even after all this there is still something i loved about it so much that I just can't seem to explain.

Khalil S (br) wrote: j'ai t du! bidon comme film :/

Alexander Z (nl) wrote: Derivative yet pleasant.

Harry F (mx) wrote: Great brit film with likeable leads, an engaging plot, tearjerking scenes and humourous gags, this definitely comes recommended

Sarah C (br) wrote: I hadn't seen such a violent movie for a long time. All the characters, both gangsters and cops, are insanely crazy and detestable. The reason why it is such a cult movie (at least in France) is the rythm, the action scenes, soundtrack, actors and 2nd-degree tone of the movie.

Chris W (fr) wrote: Billy Crystal writes, directs, and stars in this utterly charming and fun romantic comedy. It's a bit of a mix of When Harry Met Sally with some doses of Woody Allen, but I don't think that's a problem.Crystal is Mickey Gordon- a frazzled NBA referee. After he goes to bury his father n France, Mickey ends up meeting and falling in love with Ellen Andrews- a fellow American making a great living abroad for an airline. They end up spending only a bit of time with one another initially, but this sparks grows into a bright flame of a relationship that, over the course of several years, goes through all the ups and downs that usually accompany something this special, and shows how, if it's meant to be, a relationship can get though pretty much anything.What I liked about this film is the structure. Its a frame story told mostly in flashback by friends of the couple who are waiting for them at a restaurant. One of Mickey's longtime buddies is getting married and his bride to be has yet to meet Mickey or Ellen, so everybody decides to fill her in, and that too is how the audience discovers the story.I'm a bit on the fence when it comes to Crystal. I don't dislike the guy, but Im unsure if I really like his work or not. It can be good, yes, but sometimes I find it hard to get into, or take it on its own terms without making comparisons to others. Here it worked for me. I thought this was a delightful little romp, and I'm not usually into this kind of film. I do think that he personally struggled a bit with the more dramatic stuff, but overall got through it okay. Debra Winger is great as Ellen, and she makes up where Billy falters. She's not quite a good with the comedy, but does okay, and in the end, they balance themselves out fine. As their friends we get the likes of Joe Mantegna, Cynthia Stevenson, Richard Masur, Julie Kavner, and Cathy Moriarty, et al, and they are a fine supporting cast. There's also tons of cameos, almost all of them from NBA players, announcers, and the like, and they too do a good job and seem to have a lot of fun. All in all, I found a lot to like here. It's shot well, funny, touching, and just made me feel good and sappy, and whatnot. Sure it's not the most original thing, but it's done better than it had to be, so yeah, give it a watch.

Akshay A (au) wrote: Enjoyed this movie mostly because of the sheer screen presence of Jim Career and the fast paced storytelling.

Matthew J (au) wrote: 'Theater of Blood' certainly duplicates some of the more competent ideas of the 'Dr. Phibes' series but it is much, much, much, much better. This brilliant film is colorful, wild, hilarious and sometimes creepy romp led by Vincent Price's delightful performance.