A middle-aged man is laid off from work but is too proud to tell his family. His children, however, learn of the situation and take jobs of their own to help him save face. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Camille L (mx) wrote: Avec The Art of Rap, Ice-T et Andy Baybutt n'ont aucune ambition narrative ni mme aucun envie de raconter l'histoire du rap. Ce qui les intresse ici, c'est le processus cratif du hip-hop, la manire dont les grands du genre crivent et posent sur un beat. De tmoignages en tmoignages, en passant par des a capella de Nas, Grandmaster Caz, Kanye West (trangement sympathique), Immortal Technique ou encore Doug E. Fresh, The Art of Rap est un film passionnant et trs original. Ice-T et Baybutt ne sont jamais aussi bons que lorsqu'ils laissent la musique et le skill faire leur magie, sur des images d'hlicoptre de coucher de soleil New York, Detroit ou Los Angeles. Il est dommage que la partie Los Angeles soit beaucoup moins russie que celle de New York. Heureusement, elle dure 3 fois moins longtemps.
Bret B (it) wrote: I was looking for a comedy. What was this?
Anesia R (gb) wrote: From the director of Taxi, this is a thrilling, humorous story set against the mesmerising backdrop of Paris. It's peppered with ridiculous action scenes that only make the movie even funnier. The English title is Paris Express, by the way.
Niki N (nl) wrote: Barely made it through 20 minutes of this crap. Nothing like the first two.
Nathan N (ca) wrote: Saw this movie late night on Syfy channel... not much of a plot just an undead skeleton chasing some "Delta Force" commandos and killing them. Not much of a plot and the Army troops aren't very smart. Overall boring movie. Casper Van Dean has a small roll. Michael Rooker is the star so don't be decieved by the movie cover.
Andrew L (ru) wrote: Lacklustre comedy that is easily forgettable.
Zach M (mx) wrote: I actually enjoyed this film better than the Demonic Toys solo effort. It might be because Tim Thomerson was in it.
Jason K (it) wrote: Prob the worst acted movie of the series- thats kinda saying alot.
Patrick W (ag) wrote: Arguably the high point for the original cast's film franchise. Shatner shows true vulnerability as Kirk in this film and Ricardo Montalban cements his place as one of the best portrayed villains in film as Khan. The result of the film is not seen coming and you wonder how the crew will bounce back in the inevitable next film.
Rob N (fr) wrote: A great little comedy pitting 2 acting giants against one another after a hasty marriage. Many surprises are uncovered as the couple learn more about each other!
Lee (ca) wrote: Another if you die in your sleep you die in life movie with a twist. It stars Haylie Duff. Need I say more.
Christopher H (ca) wrote: A cheesy The Thing/Alien knock-off that...actually turned out to be a lot better than it probably had any right to be.Yeah the ending was a load of bull, but this is a surprisingly effective creature feature for the most part. The special effects and set designs are high-quality, plus Peter Weller and Ernie Hudson really shine.
Stuart M (mx) wrote: Christianity is under attack by a government attempting to pass a bill mandating religious equality? Lone televangelist stands up for his faith only to be framed for child molestation? Is this really a thing? This raises a lot of questions. How is it that when Conservative groups try to make propaganda they're so clunky and heavy-handed about it? And since when was not being the sole voice that mattered in the country a sign of persecution?
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