The French Kissers
A coming-of-age tale about an adolescent boy and his efforts to fit in amongst a varied cast of characters.
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Richard L (ag) wrote: An intentionally bad film that turns out to be surprisingly watchable and hilarious you just cannot believe what your seeing at times!!But I've seen some really bad films which I cannot watch through to the end.One similar genre film I watched recently called nazi dawn was one such case!!Compared to that this is good!!There are some scenes you need a strong stomach for so be warned.But for a z movie I imagine this will grow into a cult classic in years to come,we'll maybe!
EWC o (de) wrote: Story is written by a 2nd grader, but it's got really great action sequences and satisfyingly brutal robot on robot violence
Derrick M (au) wrote: Great performances from Jeff Bridges and Maggie Gyllenhaal. Beautifully made!
Asif H (jp) wrote: Weird, boring and rubbish.
Tyler S (jp) wrote: I actually liked this unique comedy that offers something kind of different to the genre. I always thought Bosworth was one of the more underrated actresses out and here her turn is really good. She plays a young country small town girl who wins a date with a famous movie star. What ensues is a jealous small town friend who is in love with her. A unique script but cliche cheesy ending. Still something different and fresh is always welcome.
Marco M (au) wrote: Great Shelly winters! this is one of inspiration of Tarantino's film....great idea people who make picnic in front of house during the fight police- Mama!:)
Jessica H (ca) wrote: It's a little too silly for me to enjoy.
Sterlin R (it) wrote: A solid reboot that isn't as good as Spider-Man 1 & 2, but it has good acting and very good action.
Tom P (ag) wrote: One of the worst movies I've ever seen.
Kevin M (nl) wrote: True story, but very vague film. The interrogation scene at the end was good.
Adrian B (ca) wrote: This is an absolutely stunning film! The city of Atlantic City, New Jersey is going through a transition in time. Within the transition, the film shows that one of the most gambling cities of America isn't all that its made to be (and I and probably many others already knew that). In one apartment, a woman (Susan Sarandon) currently working at seafood bar in a casino, and wants to be a dealer (I believe Blackjack). However, in two days, her life of living in the gambling city turns upside town when her pregnant sister and her creepy husband (Sarandon's that is), come to stay with her. Back to the apartment, an older man (Burt Lancaster) to whom does not communicate with Sarandon until the next day, is also a dealer (drugs, cocaine to be specific). His life is already upside down, especially when he helping a love interest in apartment below (Kate Reid), who is the widow of his former crime boss. The pacing, bizarre visuals, and acting is all so very well done, that this makes it one of best films of the early 1980's. Another fine role for Burt Lancaster. Atlantic City is shown at its grittiest, of which this movie captures it merely perfectly.