Three time loser Duke Berne risks life in prison with one more armored car robbery. His attorney's wife Lorna, Berne's old sweetheart, keeps him from it but he goes to jail anyway. Duke and... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Cade H (jp) wrote: Not Cool is your run of the mill teen comedy. It is filled with raunchy comedy and also involves a budding love story between 2 unlikely characters. Their were plenty of laughs, especially during the first half of the film, but the 2nd half focused more on relationships and strayed away from the comedy. The main characters were enjoyable at times but otherwise they were pretty forgettable. This is no American Pie but it tries to be so hard that breaks down and can only be recommended to die hard HighSchool/Teen comedy lovers.
Gerry R (gb) wrote: Pretty great doc on one of the greatest albums ever. Bruce comes across as a very intense but very thoughtful and soulful guy. The ins and outs of making a great record have rarely been as well documented.
Mitsy L (au) wrote: Underrated. Tight action scenes. Great acting. Directing is even better. I really like this.
w k (de) wrote: kinda campy but ok for a late night tv fest
Brock M (ru) wrote: Probably my favourite thriller.
Dan C (it) wrote: The lamest of the three Fulci flicks I sampled this weekend. Like the other two, it has insane gore and great music, while the plot and characters and pedestrian.
Gavin P (mx) wrote: An almost-good futuristic thriller, with an interesting concept - time as currency. However, the plot's all over the shop, and you barely get to know Timberlake or Seyfried's characters, and they spend more time running than 'Mission:Impossible'! Not horrible, but nothing special
Rasheed T (jp) wrote: Once again, underdeveloped plot and uninteresting fight scenes but Shao Kahn's actor at the least had character.
Federico F (au) wrote: precision and accuracy in the storyline, trying to stay in line with the history of the game, making it a good fit