Four friends - John, Ben, Tim and Michael - turned first-time robbers, get stranded in Eastern Europe through a series of misadventures and have to find their way back home. To do so, they will have to overcome hit men, whores, corrupt cops, smugglers and more, all while rediscovering each other as friends. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Dorianator F (ca) wrote: Very eye-opening and saddening. It opened up the door for change. The movie definitely showed people something that was heavily ignored up until now.
John W (fr) wrote: Meh. I rented some stinkers tonight! Still fun, though.
Hesham A (es) wrote: The Documentary nature is prominent in our film.......the issues are modern , real & impressive to a stranger who doesn't know Istanbul specifically or Turkey in general.......the tempo is slow but still tight.....shooting the real characters & not actors was a brave step.......the screenplay is very urban & elegant at the same time even at those time of disagreeing & arguing between illiterate boys which give the Society in Istanbul an idealism in communicating......It could have been better but still something good to watch.
Marisa R (ca) wrote: Very interesting depiction of Bollywood's reality in the background of Indian society, cinema and relationships around it. I found this to be a great work of art! I love bold Indian films that dare to expose, in such a well-executed and high quality way, the reality behind the glory and flash of Bollywood. As usual, Konkona Sen Sharma joins a great adventure, I greatly appreciated the good work of actors. Awesome film!
Ro I (us) wrote: Great music, great cast!
Yury D (jp) wrote: I can't really sit through the whole thing, but the hot naked chicks make the parts I can stomach watchable. And, of course, Kim Poirier, well, it'd be totally pointless without *you*.
Paul R (es) wrote: Even though David Cross and Bob Odenkirk hate the movie, it's still funny and enjoyable.
Tyler A (jp) wrote: steady r ya ready for what it is its pretty dope it's really a glorified look at the G life with sum ups and downs filmed liked a music video probably cuz the director is mostly known for directing videos
Jisoo W (us) wrote: First part of movie is pedestrian but bearable. Second half is just one weepy "I don't want to lose you!" death scene after another. I was thinking "die already!!!"
Ann D (ru) wrote: Pretty thought-provoking and creepy. perhaps because the film exploits the terrifying aspects of ventriloquism. i enjoyed the psychosexual analysis, and thought the film was overall quite thoughtful. though not exactly exciting as a piece of horror cinema.
Roger R (jp) wrote: Few mainstream movies are about the complexity of human interactions and the subtleties of family life. This classic love story of the golden age of hollywood tackles head on the problems family relationships can have in terms of a persons self esteem and how some people take out their own life disappointments and petty prejudices on their spouses or children. A magnificent case all round and an especially hopeful film, without that saccharine the a modern hollywood film might bring to the same theme which shows how one person's concern, affection and respect can turn another's life around. It also explores the two way nature of such interaction, in that the person apparently doing the 'giving" can by the very act of giving get much in return. Especially hopefully is the Claude Rain's character as a common sense psychiatrist who realises that a little sensible advice, a supportive environment and TLC can turn a person's life around/.
Dillon L (nl) wrote: Very few laughs, not good at all kinda boring