Michael and Eddie are two broke college graduates who rent an "apartment" from Stan, a cantankerous blind war veteran. As they begin their tumultuous transition into the real world they quickly discover that finding a job will be a lot harder than securing their degrees. Starring Tony nominated actor Louis Zorich, (Mad About You, Young At Heart) along with newcomers Maximilian Osinski and Gene Gallerano, Running Funny is a heartfelt comedy about the transitions we all make, and the lessons we all must learn.
- Stars:Anthony Alviano, Jean-Marc Fontaine, Paul Fowles, Shane Harbinson, Roger King, Kelly McIntosh, Brad Mittelman, Gene Gallerano, Bob Jeurgens, Dave T. Koenig, Maximilian Osinski, Wendy Rolfe Evered, Bjorn Thorstad, Christina Zorich, Louis Zorich,
- Director:Anthony Grippa,
- Writer:Charles Evered, Anthony Grippa
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(it) wrote: This film touches all of the social ills and the hopeless cycle of economic depression and hopelessness and is well told by Sean Ellis. The story is despairing yet poetic in execution; hopeless yet the characters are encouraging; dark but tells a reality we only read about or may never have experienced being in the West. Despite the vastness of the city and the scope of the story it feels microcosmic with the characters- it builds at a good pace, but never reaches over the top!
(jp) wrote: Quelques trucs marrants, mais globalement a fait peur ! J'ai rien compris l'intrt du film...
(kr) wrote: Urok bycia prostytutka...
(de) wrote: May have been really long but I loved it!
(fr) wrote: A movie not to be missed.
(br) wrote: Arguebly the worst movie ever made. The writing is garbage, acting terrible, don't even get me started on the effects and don't tell me about budget constraints there was no excuse for that. The woman driving the car should have her license removed. She swerved when there was absolutely no reason to. People reacted to things that happened seconds later. It one lousy peace of garbage. I think Walmart owes me my five bucks back.
(ag) wrote: Pretty boring, but interestingly weird in a Robert Downey Sr kinda way.
(us) wrote: i would like to see this
(ca) wrote: How can you assess a film which is visually so stunning but dramatically so awful? For every sublime performance there is also a shocker alongside it. A fantastic mess of a film.
(fr) wrote: A visually stunning film with a great plot that suffers from a long runtime.
(ca) wrote: A perfect origin story, and the perfect start to set the definition of the MCU!
(nl) wrote: This was an AWESOME vampire movie. I loved it.
(us) wrote: The regular, generic movie plot. Nothing terribly horrible, yet nothing actually GOOD either.
(jp) wrote: The film has an impressive cast but is weighed down by so many plot holes it's hard for them to overcome the script.
(ag) wrote: My "little guilty pleasure"for when I'm not at my best,or I can't be bothered going out to collect a bill that's odd to me, my MOTIVATIONAL movie is "true romance"First part is with Don Vinchenzo with The ULTIMATE DON Tony Soprano in the background ready with his "lock knife"open, and poor Mr Wurrles eventually knows that his Fate is sealed(but even then he NEVER rats on his son)And my Second part is AGAIN with Big T, and Alabama as he tries to make her tell him where his "coke is at"ESPECIALLY the scene where he pretends to be admiring her "beauty"and he asks her to turn around and then he lands a BIG right hook on her chin BUT immediately he knows that he isn't happy with it, and right at that moment he makes a gesture with his eyes as if to say to himself "you messed that up"NOW if that's not enough to put shivers down your back then you shouldn't be watching "true romance"
(ru) wrote: Excellent. This is a fantastic film...explores a really interesting series of events that hasn't been explored much in popular media.