It's just another hazy day for STONE and his brother ED until they unwittingly discover they may not be brothers after all! With the help of their techno-savvy neighbors JEFF and PHILLIP GUY, "The Guys," Stone and Ed set out on a quest to find Stone's mother, JANE DOE. After the first two Jane Does on their list don't turn out to be the one, the two less than genius brothers make their way to Mexico, and to the last Jane on the list. Along the way, this wacky duo encounters a cast of zany characters and one, out of this world adventure. By the time its all over Stone & Ed will have found their way into the middle of a dangerous game of cat and mouse between Mexico's largest drug lord, SENOR GORDO, and the CIA's most incompetent agents to ever leave Langley; THE MAN IN THE YELLOW HAT and his little partner, CURIOUS JORGE. Between mistaken identities of cases, and cases of mistaken identities, Stone & Ed are in for the trip of their lives.
It's just another hazy morning for Stone & Ed until they unwittingly discover that they aren't actually brothers so they set out on a quest for the truth-they encounter a beautiful blonde ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Niklas S (ru) wrote: Three horrible horror shorts. There "Three" and "Three Extreme" if you wanna watch a collection of horror shorts.
DJ T (it) wrote: Nominated for seven Israeli Academy Awards in 2008, this is a sensitive movie bout the relationship between a suicide bomber and his would-be victims when his bomb fails to ignite. Its interesting enough to hold your interest and tense enough for the viewer to wonder what will happen next.
Paul O (gb) wrote: A montage of music and explicit f*cking that is barely interesting...
Jason L (ru) wrote: The movie is pretty funny for the first half but takes a sharp dramatic turn (not in a bad way, but slightly in an unrealistic way). I loved it otherwise.
Vincent T (it) wrote: Harrison Ford joue bien son role mais malheureusement l'histoire est simplette et tres telephonee. Fausse route pour Harrison donc.
Jason S (ca) wrote: I hope it comes out on dvd soon. Its better then the first one.
BF E (ag) wrote: Havana is beautiful to watch and historically interesting regarding Cuba, but it may have been better if it was truly a documentary. As it is, the characters seem unreal to me and inorganic to the film, especially Redford's character, Jack West. At the end, I couldn't help thinking the whole thing was a rather shabbily contrived vehicle designed to deliver a certain political message.
Kimberly E (mx) wrote: This film upset me in the beginning to where I almost didn't watch it. I don't enjoy men being tortured and assaulted. I stuck through until the end though and I have to say I enjoyed it. Not as much as say, The Shawshank Redemption, but it was still a good film. And I finally understand people that say Brad Pitt looks like a young Robert Redford. Watch this movie and take a good look. He does.
Michelle L (gb) wrote: I had one moment of truth in this movie; it broke my heart. El Topo is beautiful, boring, weird, fascinating, it was like deja vu. It seemed like a warning, a blessing, and after I can hear my clock ticking louder than before. I have seen that cave. I am really sad after watching El Topo but it's ok. It's a really good movie.
Sarah F (it) wrote: This film looks alright , i would like to see it!
Alex r (nl) wrote: Bad Lieutenant is an intense drama directed by Abel Ferara and starring Harvey Keitel in an intense performance that is one of his darkest roles of his career. He plays a corrupt cop, and he searches for salvation after years of drug abuse and gambling. Atmospheric and dark, Bad Lieutenant is one of Ferara's finest directorial efforts along with King of New York. What makes this a truly compelling picture is the way that Keitel delivers a powerful performance that is truly disturbing. Ferara's direction here is much more focused than his previous work, and he has matured as a director that truly knows how to create an effective and memorable drama. The story is very good and is an intense portrayal of corruption. Keitel dominates the screen with his presence and he is perfect for the part. Add to that Ferara's raw, gritty direction and you have a stellar picture that resonates with the viewer. Abel Ferara is a master at crafting exploitation films, and with Bad Lieutenant he delivers a film that has genre elements, but added flair to make a somewhat more mainstream picture. The result is a drama that feels real, in your face and above all memorable. Ferara manages to make you feel that you're in the chaos and in turn makes you feel uncomfortable. The film is not perfect, but it is a film that is entertaining, thrilling and is a roller coaster ride in the lead characters life. Brilliantly acted, directed and shot, Bad Lieutenant is a gritty picture that is constantly riveting and thrilling. Abel Ferara has crafted a strong film, and quite possible the strongest film of his career, and he manages to take the elements of his early work, and revamp it to make a much more serious picture, and like King of New York, Bad Lieutenant is Ferara's strongest work.
Joao20 M (mx) wrote: Nota: 7.1/10 - 3.7/5
Daniel H (ag) wrote: Absolutely amazing...??????????????
Nick L (de) wrote: Not enough here for me.
Travis C (au) wrote: I've actually seen this on one of the movie channels a few years ago. So, are they releasing it to theaters again? Or was it one of those straight to DVD movies that has created a large enough fan-base they release it to the theaters to make more money?