When their friend and mentor Nacho goes missing after trying to bring his daughter, Teresa, to the U.S. from Cuba, rodeo riders Pepper and Sonny leave New Mexico for New York City. Naturally, there are lots of encounters highlighting the two fishes out of water; there are opportunities to lasso bad guys; there's even a chase on horseback through the city streets after Sonny and Pepper steal a pair of NYPD horses. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Cowboy Way
Two championship rodeo partners travel to New York to find their missing friend, Nacho Salazar who went missing there.
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Caesar M (nl) wrote: The Thieves follows hardened robber Macao Park who wants to steal a $20 million diamond from a casino in Macau. In order to pull off the perfect heist, he enlists the services of Korean and Chinese thieves. What looks to be a smooth heist suddenly shatters into a botched job as each thief begins to reveal their true motives and lots of betrayals and grudges surface before any thief can get to the diamond. The Thieves is a mixture between the Oceans and Mission Impossible series. You have a star studded cast like in Oceans with their own dynamic and set pieces that have a similar design to Mission Impossible. With multiple characters and subplots were expected to follow it can be easy to lose track of what's happening. With good pacing the plot never becomes too overwhelming to take in even when things become hectic in the final act. It does however go a bit too far with the many twists and betrayals that become abuse in the second half of the film. It breaks up the momentum whenever characters explain themselves for their certain actions. Some subplots end without being resolved, but the development given to the crew never makes them feel like an afterthought to the story.There's no shaky cam, fancy editing, or heavy uses of CG when it comes to it action set pieces. The practical action sequences are few in numbers, but one elaborate shootout and good stunt work on the side of a high-rise building will make up for it. In a film with this big of a cast it's hard imagine anyone standing out, but actor Yun-soek Kim does just that. The only cast member I knew going into this was Simon Yam, but Yun-soek Kim took my attention given how he has more screen time and a more interesting role. The Thieves is a great heist film that make its two plus hour running time fly by mostly without hitch.
Rob L (it) wrote: fun, dumb car stuff. It doesn't really deserve a full break down. One thing I do think is that if this same movie came out 20 years ago, it would probably get a lot more respect than it does now. There are also some extremely crafty new shots and camera tricks that are unique to this movie. If you listen to most critics and go in expecting inception levels of character, drama and story, you will hate it as well. But if you just want car mayhem and shut off your brain for 90 minutes you really will see something entertaining
Chelsea Erika P (gb) wrote: Super suh-weeeeeeeeeeeeeet flick~!Might as well watch it again - and again? :D
Joshua L (kr) wrote: This was better than most dance movie because of the acting and the drama. it was good enuff
Henrik B (nl) wrote: Black, ugly and charming! My reason for giving it five stars is that I'm a long time Nielsen-fanatic. For the rest of the world, four stars woulda been more fair.
Anthony J (nl) wrote: Excellent comedy. Nicolas Cage at his comedic finest. James Caan and Sarah Jessica-Parker are two perfect actors that support Nicolas Cage. Not for everyone, silly at times but if you want to laugh for 2 hours, see it.
Muddling T (gb) wrote: If you like homemade hilarity, please do see this movie. Notice the ingenious use of dumpsters and beachballs in enhancing the viewer's experience.This movie cracks me up. It may not necessarily crack YOU up but I was in college and this is a college film. Then gain, it STILL cracks me up. Carpenter has only improved over time and I have infinite time for the man's work. Let there be light.
Rachel S (au) wrote: Smokers anonymous is by far my favorite part in the movie.
Siri F (ca) wrote: my new favourite movie!
Scott W (kr) wrote: Parts of this felt like Hard Knocks: Draft Edition. Which is a compliment, because I like Hard Knocks. The inner workings of draft day unfold in an interesting way, even if it takes a while to get to the payoff. What kept me from liking this more is that all of the non-draft stuff is terrible. The relationship scenes with Jennifer Garner didn't fit at all. Same with the Ellen Burstyn scenes. Fortunately the last 30 minutes of the movie is the best part, so it leaves you with a good impression at the end. Side note: it's funny that the first person listed in the cast on IMDB is Chris Berman.
Brett B (fr) wrote: How has this flick fallen through the cracks? As a big fan of this genre, I found it to be an absolute blast, a delightful romp from beginning to end. Caine and MacLaine are perfectly cast, Lom is always a welcome presence, and the story is unique (to say the very least). At all costs, do not allow the plot to be spoiled for you. If classy heist/caper flicks interest you, this is highly recommended.
Tiffany W (jp) wrote: Sure Nicoles cage is pretty bad in this but I still loved it
Paul D (nl) wrote: It's not one of John Carpenter's best films, but it's still pretty good, with a cult value to it, a gentle humour to the alien conspiracy plot, and some excessive gun and fist-fighting scenes that go along way to making the movie's own legend.
Lewis E (ru) wrote: Hardly surprising that some of the jokes in this 1983 movie are dated but the clever social satire and comedic talents of Murphy and Aykroyd prove more effective than most modern comedies.