The Orange Thief
Living on the outer boundaries of society, the eponymous orange thief and some other country-wise ruffians steal fruit for sustenance, sale, and the sheer excitement of courting danger. After the thief ends up in a Sicilian jail, his life takes an unexpected turn when his bunkmate promises him a deal.
- Stars:Andrea Calabrese, Alessio Giottoli, Micaela Helvetica Saxer, Cesare Riatti, Nucio Inocenzi, Jean Marc Burger, Cecilia Genovese Sabbianera, Bernardo Cirulla, Salvo Dazzo, Naomi Schembi,
- Director:Vinnie Angel, Boogie Dean, Arthur Wilinski,
- Writer:Vinnie Angel, Boogie Dean, Arthur Wilinski
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(mx) wrote: I am such a Chastain fan since Zero Dark Thirty. I loved the movie. I loved the denoument, coming quick and powerful, I thought. The shot of her sitting there, with no joy, really, was a great scene.
(it) wrote: Great western comedy.
(de) wrote: 3.5 stars. Some good moments, a lovely tone overall , but nothing really captivating.Binoche did a fine job, Shimell did not.
(jp) wrote: "Okay, we just up the violence for the second installment and..." Nope! Still sucks.This kind of cartoony, ultra-violence within an otherwise mostly "realistic" world just doesn't work for me. Having said that, this horrible sequel somehow manages to pull off a far more consistent tone than its predecessor. Ray Stevenson, for me, has more of a darkness and mystery to him that I feel is lacking in the Thomas Jane version. But he's also more annoyingly one-liner-spouting and unrelatable. Overall, I think Jane comes out on top, but not by much. There has yet to be a truly convincing portrayal of this character on film.Some of the supporting characters are far more likable than Stevenson's Punisher or Dominic West's over-the-top villain, Jigsaw. Dash Mihok, Wayne Knight, and Colin Salmon all turn in the kind of darkly comic yet gritty work that is enjoyable in B-movies like this one. Yes, Marvel has made a couple of B-movies in its time. The only other real compliment would go to the cinematography. It's decidedly over-the-top at times and not always completely motivated by reality, but setups like these really help pump up the scenes of urban gun violence and provide the kind of creativity one rarely sees in a comic book film.
(us) wrote: i loved his brutal honesty about everything and his unibrow annoyed me
(br) wrote: BLITHER BLITHER BLITHER!
(mx) wrote: 'Thief and the Cobbler' has wonderful visuals but it's plot is painfully hard to follow.
(es) wrote: I loved this movie! It was so well acted and suspenseful. I would highly recommend this movie.
(ag) wrote: The only was to enjoy this movie is to decide that you are going to make fun of a bad movie. Re: the best he can do is this silly contraption in the door window that slaps a board at the face of the intruders? At least Kersey gets laid before the awkward romance with the Public Defender is suddenly blown away. I truly felt sorry for Mr. Bronson here. Laughing at a vigilante movie is never a good thing.
(de) wrote: Not as good as it was 35 years ago, but still quite powerful.
(nl) wrote: Amazing movie, I wish they would make more movies.