A business man buys a house, but he has a hard time trying to get rid of its previous tenant, a dirty bum.
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Shawn C (jp) wrote: This was the best movie I saw last year, and I did not expect to like it. It is funny, contemporary, and beautifully written and acted. Most of the action takes place in New York City and New Jersey, so despite its characterization as a foreign film it seems very American. The story is surprising, not trite, and makes you want to cheer for the main character for all the right reasons. Really good movie. Fun.
Derek M (ru) wrote: I thought this movie was a fun romantic comedy with some good laughs and a great performance by Michael Rappaport, who I didn't expect an over-the-top comedic performance, but it happened. Definitely worth seeing with the girlfriend or wife.
Rodney L (mx) wrote: If there is something that upsets me is when someone referring to a film asks "what does it mean?" In this new piece by Lanthimos i am emphatically fascinated by the world he creates and am praying to one day be able to enter his mind. There is nothing more mediocre than calling a film empty, this film is full of things not everyone is able comprehend, and that is completely fine. Why are people so adamant to be challenged with different forms of storytelling? .....PURE GENIUS, BRAVO!
Gilbert M (kr) wrote: I don't know what the hell is wrong with those critics. This movie kept me up, and I mean that in a very good way.
Lee M (ca) wrote: Not a great movie, simply functional, but Cusack gives a great performance. The film somehow doesn't live up to his work.
Peter L (es) wrote: My Rating: 3.5/5 stars; Grade: B; Gesture: One Thumb Up; Status: Somewhat Good (Fresh); Emoticon: :-}.
Nolan M (fr) wrote: A straight-to-video sequel that is complete crap. Why did they do this?
Tonya V (us) wrote: Not a bad little mystery.
martino d (gb) wrote: Saving Private Ryan is by far in my opinion the best war movie ever made. The opening battle scene on Omaha beach during D-Day is the best war action scene I've seen. The plot of the movie is that Private Ryan's brothers are killed. One in New Guinea, another on Omaha beach, and the other on a different beach during D-Day. Because of this, Captain Miller (Tom Hanks) is sent out to find Private James Francis Ryan so that he can go home. Now of course the plot of the movie may sound a little far fetch, but it in no way deters from the horrors of World War 2 in the European theater. I like how the movie doesn't try to villify the german soldiers. At least in the beginning of the movie, when the American soldiers are able to take the beach, two soldiers come across what appears to be a couple of nazis trying to surrender. They're saying it in their native tongue and the Americans are unable to understand them. Because of that they were shot and one of the soldiers replies to his buddy saying, "Look, I washed for supper." What the soldiers were actually saying was, "Please don't shoot me, I am not German, I am Czech, I didn't kill anyone." This cements that there's no real good side in war. Each side is in it for their own reasons whether that's for "fighting for freedom," or being forced to fight as the case here. What I like about this movie is that all of the characters are likable and memorable. From the tough, hard-hitting Brooklyn Native Reiben, to the soft hearted Upham. My favorite being Jackson, the resilient sniper played by the awesome Barry Pepper. I think this is the best performance by Matt Damon I've seen. At first he's unwilling to leave as he believes it's his duty to fight alongside his "new" family, the Airborne troops. And because of this, Captain Miller and his squad help the Airborne troops defend a town from the German army. From the action sequences, to the small character moments, this movie has great performances, and what I feel is the best War movie ever made.
Jasper C (gb) wrote: hot! I never thought that it wouldn't contain * but that's a good thing really! kinda...
John E (ag) wrote: An interesting character study with vague motivations and some entertainingly realistic character interactions. I enjoyed this vignette of a drifter and her travels and travails.
Lief T (ru) wrote: Introduced this old goodie to the kiddos... they probably missed the Mister Ed reference. :)
Clint M (au) wrote: Great feel good movie!