It starts off seriously enough, with three thugs robbing an innocent young woman at night in the city, but then switches to Vin Saxon and Carolyn Brandt doing a goofy Elvis-like rock 'n roll number (very charming though). The next day the thugs are bored. Picking a name at random out of the phone book, they decide to terrorize Carolyn Brandt. After some campy dramatic scenes, she is kidnapped by the goons. They decide to ransom her. After receiving the ransom call, Vin Saxon and the good-natured, but not- to-bright gardener sit around despondent, wondering what to do. "There's only one thing to do!" exclaims Vin. The two rush off into the next room and become the costumed heroes Rat Pfink and Boo Boo...
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Adam R (mx) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)
Frederic K (au) wrote: I remember really liking this. I might have to see it again to see if it holds up
Tony Z (ca) wrote: When I was a kid, merely 10 when this movie came out, Crowe's performance set a standard in my book as one of the most evil, menacing, vile, and enjoyable figures in cinematic history. Sure, the movie isn't much in itself, but every Time Crowe was on screen, I knew that ANYTHING could happen. Cheers to this movie, aned who knows, maybe without this movie, we never would have seen American Gangster.
Jeff B (ca) wrote: The love story was cute, but the rest of it was just plain silly.
Do you even Jay C (ru) wrote: After a massive Fallout, many people have resorted to either cannibalism or are vegetarians. Delicatessen is a very strange, but fun experience. It is wild fun that just can't be contained. The film is about a butcher who opens a Delicatessen. However, instead of meat, he cooks the people that check in. This is a very unique premise, and the film uses it to it's potential. This is one of the weirdest films I've ever graced my eyes on. Diego said that the film felt like a rip off a Terry Gilliam films.....well it is a homage, so I guess it does feel like one. However, if you love a mundane fun film, this is your film. I'm going high....8.5/10. Anyways, did you see Delicatessen? Did you like it?
Bradley K (kr) wrote: Foley's sense of pastoral texture and space make this lurid story both compelling and palatable by allowing the audience to focus on the riveting performances all around.
alex f (ru) wrote: had some funny bits and a couple of comedy cameos, but essentially you just compare it to Depp's role and think "i'd rather watch that".