A man with a "doormat" personality tries standing up for himself for a change in this comedy. Mild mannered tax accountant Elliot Sherman (Michael Showalter) is what he calls a "Baxter": the kind of calm, unexciting fellow who "wears sock garters" and "enjoys raking leaves." Loved by bosses and parents, Elliot is a perfectly nice guy. And that's his problem.
Jose P (it) wrote: Lo repito tanto va el cantaro a la fuente hasta que se rompe y ya putiaron demasiado la franquicia, de verdad tenia esperanzas que al ser dirigida por un director japones har,a un proyecto digno del magnifico cine de terror oriental (joyas como El Fot,grafo o El Aro) pero la pel,cula no tiene nada. dejenla para lunes popular o quemaita.
ToyahKate M (br) wrote: Really enjoyed this film, must see the second one!
MEC r (it) wrote: I did not really like this movie.
Lucas Augusto C (es) wrote: Another fascinating Woody Allen's masterpiece! Bullets over Broadway scenes the follies of a theatrical production and the artistic genre of theater. Magical, romantic and true, Woody Allen surprises us with a lively script and a wonderful cast!
Hikaru I (mx) wrote: Better than the previous installment even if I'm pissed Stefan was gotten rid of. The actress who played Michelle did a fabulous job, better than first actress. The only fault I find in this movie is the stupid Mummy character, she needs to fucking die already.
Mikhail B (ca) wrote: Kurosawa's film about a teacher, slightly sentimental, slightly foolish, slightly childish, and with lots of delicate humour, who survives through the history's storms and is supported by his former admiring student.
Michael H (gb) wrote: This is a classic young adult film. It is not a film for young metropolitan Western children, who think that chicken nuggets grow on trees, by any means. The story is powerful and haunting, the animation appalling in sections, which prevents it from being perfect.
Jeremy K (jp) wrote: Prescient, poetical and much-maligned - a minor masterpiece. Get past the 1970's kitsch and Connery's red mankini and focus instead on the ideas. What is the purpose or meaning of life without mortality? How far can we go with science before we realise that it can't answer the really important questions? What will our rulers do with us all once the planet is too messed-up to support the teeming hordes any longer. This is a thought-fest. I loved it when I saw it as a teenager and I think it's aged well. So sod-off to all those people who can't get beyond the rather risible styling of the movie; anyone who says they 'don't get this' is just dull-witted.
Tyaa T (it) wrote: oh tickle me elvis!!
Alex K (kr) wrote: Fantastic revenge film
Sandy K (gb) wrote: Unusual heist thriller with a great cast and intriguing twists.
Nalicia f (kr) wrote: Love Australian movies, they have such a real feel to them, Mr Pegg youve done it again
Erik W (jp) wrote: This movie is good entertainment, but no classic. It contains a cast of many great actors but many of them only have a small role in it. The main stars of the film are British Actor Trevor Howard and lesser known American actor E.G. Marshall that portray two narcotics agents trailing a shipment of opium. The movie was written by famed James Bond creator Ian Fleming and was directed by James Bond veteran director Terence Young. The studded cast includes stars such as Rita Hayworth, Omar Sheriff, Stephen Boyd, and Yul Brynner.I can't say this is a classic but it makes nice entertainment. See it at least once if you can find a copy of it.