John Smith has been happily involved in a bigamous marriage for five years. He lives with Stephanie in Finsbury and Michelle in Stockwell. Fortunately, for John, he's a taxi driver which involves varying shift work! Simple? Well, when John unwittingly becomes a have-a-go hero and the Finsbury and Stockwell police forces discover something suspicious in their paperwork, John's happy bubble is about to be burst. The action of the movie takes place during the next hectic 24 hours as John, with the assistance of his gullible neighbor Gary, rush between North and South London attempting to thwart the police and prevent the two loving wives coming face to face!
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Steven K (au) wrote: it feels like a true story but it is not it has funny parts and sad parts but at the of the day it is a enjoyable movie
Brian G (kr) wrote: Some gags are surprisingly effective, and maybe Sandler is not too bad this time around, but still Blended is far from a smart and witty comedy or in this case, romantic comedy.
Billy J (br) wrote: Bah! Don't waste my time!!
Luis Rubn M (mx) wrote: Este documental es asombroso. Fidel es una mente privilegiada
Kim L (au) wrote: I must say that I was pleasantly surprised by this movie. The only actors name that I recognized was Leslie Neilsen and I recognized the debt collector but didn't know his name, however this movie was really enjoyable! It ends up dragging you into it and also taught me things about curling that I didn't know. Overall, I would and will recommend to others that this movie is worth watching and one that I would watch again.
Becky B (br) wrote: loved this when I saw it a few years ago. Thought it was really funny
Rodolfo A (ru) wrote: Terry Crews should be sho nuff !!!
Jeremiah L (de) wrote: I feel kind of dumb but I was lost as to who was on screen a lot of the time. I should watch it again now that i can distinguish them a little better.
Glenn L (gb) wrote: It really is fascinating and quite adventurous.
Harry W (br) wrote: Domino is clearly a passionate piece for director Tony Scott as he was real-life friends with the late Domino Harvey and really wants to make her shine as a character on screen. Despite Domino being clunky, I found it to be enjoyable overall. The main reason was the charismatic actress in the titular role. Keira Knightly aspires with confidence in the role as Domino Harvey, packing a violent punch and rocking the sex appeal at the same time, though only to a certain extent so that she is no lesser as a strong character. She really plays herself off as a badass to fit the profile of Domino Harvey in Domino, and it proves to be the greatest attribute of Domino that surely must pay tribute to such an interesting figure. One reason it's great is because Keira Knightly understands Domino Harvey in the sense that she uses her body as a tool to get what she wants, careless to how people will look at her or judge her for it. If she didn't rock the sex appeal so awesomely she would barely be recognisable as a woman as opposed to simply a person, and a bounty hunter. It's really against type for her to be in the role, but she kicks a some major ass to do it.And Tony Scott's direction is energetic. The fast paced and jumpy style of Domino may throw some viewers off, but others should enjoy it. It can be interpreted as being symbolic of the lifestyle of a model turned bounty hunter like Domino Harvey, and although it may be too swift for certain viewers, I personally found it stylish and enjoyable. It was kind of trippy too, which was cool. And the action is good. Although not the main focus, it's stylish and well timed with great sound effects and it packs a good punch.Lastly, Domino does feature a good cast to back Keira Knightly up.Although its mainly her that rides the strongest performance of the film, Mickey Rourke provides a good supporting performance in a routine good role for him to work with.Edgar Ramirez and Lucy Liu were also good, as were Jacqueline Bisset, Mena Suvari and Christopher Walken. Of course, Domino isn't amazing.It has an interesting story about a model turned bounty hunter but doesn't tell it that well, although admittedly it was only loosely based on Domino Harvey's life. Still, the focus is never really on the story or on her. The focus is essentially scattered and attempt to capture all of the characters, including its various supporting characters without attempting to find any source of real focus. That, combined with the fast jumping pace of the film causes Domino to emanate a sense of directionless movement in the story, when the appropriate direction to follow would be the story of a model turned bounty hunter as a primary source of focus. Domino fails to achieve this.Also, amidst all the jumping and lack of focus is some poor lighting, rendering many of the brief scenes to be memorable for only consisting of vague flashes of light on people's faces and the walls of buildings, boasting now real physical qualities worth focusing on. And all this results in an inability for Domino to hold any thrills or intensity whatsoever, resulting in the dramatics of Domino Harvey's life being dumbed down to a simple comic strip, which really isn't beneficial.Overall, Domino doesn't equate to Tony Scott's best work, but his direction and Keira Knightly's performance make a good duo which helps move through the scattered and directionless story.
Christie Y (ag) wrote: Refreshingly funny. Can't believe it took me years to see this movie. Endearing, honest (as a fabricated story can be), and through simple means, the funniest.
Panda K (br) wrote: I am sorry but the end just erased every trace of good thought I had made watching this movie. Totally regret it. Really stupid, there could have been a lot more interesting things done with the plot. I guess it was a straightforward american movie for the american public... and what is the conclusion supposed to be?!?!? Deprive your child of a mother so you can "protect" a stranger's one + get his mommy killed for a thanks.. wtf... the main character is not hard to hate when you see this. She comes off as a hypocrate and only oriented toward her carrier no matter the cost is ruining a bunch of lives for it.. pffff... no comment!
Lynne N (jp) wrote: The subject matter of this movie is extremely edgy and ahead of its time - although some of the more daring subtext is only hinted at and underplayed. Hudson is his usual beautiful and awesome self and is given excellent support from Stack, Malone and Carson. The special effects are also brilliantly delivered - in particular the moment early on in the movie when a young air race pilot dies. It's a real pity that these effects left no budget for filming in colour - as the excellent use of colour photography is usually one of Douglas Sirk's strengths - but this is probably a movie that can get away with the black and white due to it's fairly dark storyline.