Two untalented singers are mistaken for a pair of major league safe crackers in Providence, Rhode Island. The two are pressed into service by the local hoodlums and quickly find themselves in conflict with their professional colleagues. Romantic interest is added by the daughter of the underworld leader who won't date the men she knows are gangsters.
- Category:Crime, Comedy
- Stars:Sam Rockwell, Steve Zahn, Michael Lerner, Paul Giamatti, Michael Schmidt, Christina Kirk, Mark Ruffalo, Josh Pais, Harvey Fierstein, Michael Showalter, John Hamburg, Raymond Serra, Ray Iannicelli, Ali Marsh, Jacob Reynolds,
- Director:John Hamburg,
- Writer:John Hamburg
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Safe Men torrent reviews
(us) wrote: An interesting mix of personalities, acted quite well but underrated actors. They get roles quite often, but it's roles like these that show their skill. The story itself is a pretty straight shot all the way through (albeit with a couple of intimate twists), but it's still a great story. And the scenery shots used here and there are beautiful.
(de) wrote: Simple, yet awesome. Too underrated. Short and sweet.
(de) wrote: Creative, witty, and good humored fun about high school politics. You have many clichs here but the story is somewhat original. Bruce Willis is hilarious as a president of a high school.
(us) wrote: Primarily for nostalgia's sake...
(mx) wrote: WAY,WAY,WAY FAR FROM THE BEST MOVIE IN THE WORLD!!!...But A Good Watch None the less!!!.
(mx) wrote: omg were the guys gay or somthin'?Anyway tehy were hot it was dumb but good i guess
(fr) wrote: Wizards is another one of my all-time favorite movies. What makes this movie great, to me, is the fact it remains the only openly, creative, free, family-oriented animated movie in the market today. Everything I have seen since 1977 is artificial and commercialized. My son and I have seen nearly every single Disney, DreamWorks, and Pixar movie made since 2000. Some of them are great movies. But all of them are "reined in" by the artificial, morality-tales, CGI-drive designs, and predictable sarcastic narrative Disney has cultivated in animation the last 20 years. Ralph Bakshi's Wizards is so different; the last of its kind.....an truly original fantasy animation that is born of the creator's imagination and free from the lies and deception of children's animation today.Born in the 1970's, when the last of the great creative movies were being made, this film seems to preface a Blade Runner, Star Wars, or Alien in its depth and imaginary world. I love Ian Millers fantastic, dark, dystopian castles and worlds, the wide variety of animation types by so many young artists, and the overall fantastic and imaginative story Bakshi tells in Wizards. You can feel the depth of his world in Wizards and as goofy as parts of the film can be, still get a sense of depth. I saw this as a kid at the theater in 1977. And I remember going back again and again to see it as I was fascinated by the expanse of the imaginary world in this movie and the fantastic imagery of the monsters, stormy backdrops, and rototyped imagery. My only disappointment was the Nazi propaganda motif and the tech vs magic idea, which I understand now but as a child did not connect to. I would have liked for Bakshi to have explored his own fantasy world a bit more. This film had the freedom to do that, which LOTR did not.We need more kids to get free of the computer and free from Disney, so that we can unlock the same level of imagination in them that is found in Wizards. This movie reminds us of how narrow and closed are minds are and how slick commercialized kids films are today. It makes you depressed, if you think about it. Wizards reminds us that allowing artists and creative, imaginative, writers and illustrators to make their own works, free of the influence of Anime and Disney's commercialism, is the single most important thing we can do for the future of kids films.
(us) wrote: All the hammer horror elements are there but the result is a lot less than the sum of its parts. An interesting take on the werewolf myth that does not involve getting bitten by a werewolf but to be born on Christmas. Oh, and you have to be the fruit of a rape. This absurdity aside, the film actually shows us a kid-werewolf which is quite unique if you don't count the shameful teen-wolf films. Anyway, when the werewolf grows up the story becomes formulaic and boring. The end is exactly what you'd expect. Years have not been kind to this film.
(mx) wrote: Good movie. I own it.
(kr) wrote: There is definately an element of comedy in this one which I have never seen before in an L&H film, one that plays with your emotions and ultimately delivers class comedy. This is a typical L&H film with an added bonus.
(br) wrote: One of the better remakes. The kills are inventive and so is the choice of weapon. Evigan as good girl Cassidy and Pipes as the bitch make it all the better.