To the world Ray Chase is nothing more than a klutzy, overgrown toy seller whose wife passed away a few years ago; and his only son Jeremy doesn't get to see him very often, because he's always away on "business trips." What no one knows-not even Jeremy-is that his dad is a secret agent who flies all around the world, completing highly classified missions for a top-secret peacekeeping agency. Unaware of his dad's dangerous, yet exciting, secret identity, Jeremy's world is utterly normal. But all that changes when Ray returns from a mission, bringing with him a high-powered laser gun he stole from a treacherous female foreign guns dealer. Ray tells his son the gun is only a toy, but his secret comes out when the dealer sends her henchmen to capture Ray and retrieve the gun. The nasty henchmen get Ray, but Jeremy escapes with the wanted firearm. After he learns how to use the laser gun, Jeremy gathers his friends, and together they hatch a clever plan to rescue Ray.
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Tor M (fr) wrote: I've seen a few Swedish movies about kids growing up with alcoholic parents.In this one Mikael Persbrandt really shines. He is the definite center of the film portraying a loving dad, doing everything he can. He does most things right too, but he struggle with liqueur. The kid, Lisa, is followed from the age of five til she is 20. Some things change, some things don't.A solid film that is warm, sad and very naturalistic. It's lovely shot and it feels lika very calm film in a way. Some nice music in the DVD-meny as well, but the film does not have that much of a soundtrack. Funny to see Linn Skber present here, even if she never shines as an actor.This is one of Mikael's best moments, and it's well worth a go.7.5 out of 10 bike luggage racks.
Mandeep S (kr) wrote: A movie with subtle humour and very strong performance by lead man "Vinjay Pathak". Especially the scene in which Amar expresses his love to Neha and gets rid of excess emotional baggage is highlight of the movie.
Veena S (ru) wrote: " must See" for all rajpal yadav fans.
Martins S (nl) wrote: This movie was complete failure with unlogicaly boring speaking and movie was boring to watch.
Brian C (nl) wrote: Reminds me of miself, but that would be Perfect Warrior, ha!
Lady D (nl) wrote: LF WATCH NOW Recommended by James Kendell
Tim S (gb) wrote: Boasting the sort of tight and witty screenplay we have come to expect from the Coen Brothers, Intolerable Cruelty is a sideways look at the institution and dissolution of marriage. The leads both give brilliant performances and it is the interplay between their two characters that forms the central story. As far into the mainstream as the auteurs have ever ventured, you can't help but feel the Coens have held back some of the grotesqueness that made their previous creations so memorable. For a film about smart people, it feels just a little dumbed down, especially when compared to the dynamic duo's normal scathing satire. Don't get me wrong, this is a good film. For any other director it would be a real success. But when you continually set the bar so high, it is difficult to live up to your own reputation.
Tyler P (gb) wrote: Tres bon film avec Ben Stiller en heroinomane plutot flippant. A voir.
Eli N (de) wrote: All the brutality of the original, with none of the art.
Lars P (gb) wrote: OMG, sooo looong & so boring. Lots of screaming, lots of explosions in the background, very few decent battle scenes and NOTHING worth watching it for. The most expensive Yugoslav movie ever made. Well, maybe making movies is not their forte. I'm being nice, very nice: One star.
WS W (ca) wrote: This was one of those festive movies which you dun really care much 'bout good or bad. And here, Vince Vaughn is once again the one & only who drew you in.
Carlos M (nl) wrote: This charming classic may be the very first screwball comedy of Cinema, a funny, amusing and optimistic movie with a deliciously sharp dialogue and wonderful performances from Gable and Colbert, who have a great onscreen chemistry together.
Herschel P (it) wrote: Its OK, not as bad as critics claim.