Two ladykillers living in Rio de Janeiro know no limits when courting a beautiful woman. A problem arises when one of them starts coming on to a girl, not knowing she's his buddy's daughter. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Girl Watchers
Two ladykillers living in Rio de Janeiro know no limits when courting a beautiful woman. A problem arises when one of them starts coming on to a girl, not knowing she's his buddy's daughter.
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Bill R (br) wrote: so, after the credits went and I saw Harlin was directing I knew I wasn't gonna care for this. I don't like his so called directing but all his movies are full of cliches, the action is used with cut aways and you can tell they don't even make contact with alot of the punches. idk, maybe it's just me but this is a movie that probably would of done well in the late 80s but is just a money grab for Chan and Knoxville.
Colibri L (gb) wrote: un autre film d'ambiance la sensibilit trs asiatique, touchant,... un peu melancolique et sans montrer la violance
Matty S (fr) wrote: Transgressive, perverse and disturbing slice of the French Extreme. Far too long and poorly paced, there is something effective and haunting about this odd take on a vampire story. Not for the faint of heart.
Andy P (ru) wrote: It's hard to describe this one other than that there was absolutely no originality or skill used to make this film. It was as if they knew that all they had was Madonna (and I don't mean her skill as an actress) and were fine with it.
Logan M (it) wrote: While the real John Lydon has criticized the film, "Sid and Nancy" is one of the most well-acted and brashest biopics ever made, and that suits the late Sid Vicious perfectly.
Ben H (ca) wrote: A rather silly and slapdash blaxploitation vampire film.
Seth B (us) wrote: Great Movie, my dad got this since it was one of his favorites and it was a great movie too watch.Everyone must see this.
Damien B (gb) wrote: TRANSIBERIAN (2008): This Director caught my attention with SESSION 9 back in 2001, and though it felt somewhat tepid to me at the time, I knew he showed a lot of promise for the future and I was right as his productivity has yielded some truly enjoyable films since ditching the quasi-romantic-lite films he did prior to SESSION 9, such as NEXT STOP WONDERLAND etc etc. This is easily my 2nd favourite Brad Anderson flick as this movie is perhaps his most adventurous yet in the sense that it combines travel adventure with a murder mystery story on a train and entwines the lives of 4 unlikely travellers for one hell of a ride. Some terrific performances by Ben Kingsley and a rather goofy, demurely well played part by Woody Harrelson, but I think it's safe to say the REAL star is actually the movie itself, which is precisely what I love most about this film. Not only is it a tightly wound Suspense/Thriller but it also inspires you to want to go on the real Trans-Siberian Express journey at some point in the future! This is a film I will always remember fondly and return to for future viewing, highly recommended for all fans of high-adventure, travel, murder-mysteries and suspense thrillers that satisfy! [SCORE: 10/10]
Bedford C (au) wrote: I don't get the hate for this movie. It is 1860s Steampunk, so it is supposed to be a little hokey. Two engaging heroes, a comely heroine, and a fun villain make for an engaging popcorn movie.