Thick as Thieves

Thick as Thieves

Two master thieves go at odds with one another as one sets the other up for a crime. The first, a suave pro who does his job and then hides in his own privacy, listening to old jazz records and caring for his ailing dog, Wally. The other is a local gangster with a taste for the finer life, who decides to eliminate the competition. This ignites a war between the two men and their aides. An angry mob boss and a female police officer try to sort the mess before things get too out of hand.

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Thomas T (br) wrote: Son of Batman feels a bit different and unusual, but it is bloody great.

Asif H (ca) wrote: How did this film not get as much recognition, very entertaining.

Natalie C (jp) wrote: Very good movie... :) super cute.

Luke B (au) wrote: I've never seen an Air Bud movie. I know right? Insanity. But it's Christmas and so I just have to watch a ridiculous amount of Christmas movies, no matter how bad they are. This film just lays it out straight away. Santa and his dog (???) are walking (probably on the spot) in a painfully obvious CGI North Pole. Suddenly the dog talks, with a CGI mouth but a face as blank as a plank of wood. It turns out this is Santa Paws, the dog that delivers presents to all teh good puppies in the world. Anyway, the Christmas spirit is dying, and this causes the North Pole to lose power. Puppy Paws, a little ragamuffin that just wants to be a normal puppy, sets off to learn from the Air Buddies. This film will be painful to anybody over the age of 6. Sometimes the animals, such as the reindeer, are completely CGI, but don't fit their surroundings at all. Christopher Lloyd plays a dog catcher named Crooge (I can't believe I'm typing this either). He stalks around like some kind of serial killer, but goes completely slapstick when he needs to catch a dog. The movie also contains a sick and possibly dying little boy, a vomit inducing song, and characters such as B-Dawg. He's a puppy. He break dances. Once again, something that seems to be a staple of kids movies, we have a protagonist that ruins everything. He breaks stuff, gets puppies in trouble, and so on. WHy do kids films always have the message that it's OK to be an idiot? How about a character that uses common sense and has some social skills. He doesn't even learn a valuable lesson, those around him just have to accept him for who he is. The less said about the annoying voices the better, but one performance that simply can't be ignored is that of Santa. A supercut needs to be made of his reactions to terrible news. He's a lifeless soul in a film that aims for cute, but smashes through annoying.

Jared F (ca) wrote: I struggled to pay attention during this. the storyline was good by pacing and scene by scene execution was not so good. if yoyr looking to kill some time go for it but I wouldn't call it a good movie necessarily.

Rick J (it) wrote: Stay away from me a 8 legged freaks

Snehil W (au) wrote: HEROINE is watchable and predicatable but not as good as FASHION.It's typical Bhadarkar movie as expected.. realism showcase of bollywood actress life.It quite predictable movie but Kareena's acting gives life to it. She delivered nomination worthy performance.In weak sequences movie bores you but kareena's acting can hold you till the end. It's plus point.80% of movie is predictable but good and last 20% of movie is unexpected but dull and ending could have been better.Apart from Kareena.. Divya Dutta's performance is superb.. really impressed.Rampal, Hooda, Shahana Goswami have done good job. Rest others are okay.Must watch it for KAREENA KAPOOR!!!!!

Spencer S (jp) wrote: This movie was so bad it was funny.

Jonathan B (kr) wrote: Despite having strong central performances from both Jessica Lange and Halle Berry this is an overly sentimental and schmaltzy movie that plays every trick to play at the heart strings and doesn't really succeed. What should be a difficult and interesting and powerful conflict about whether it is better that an abandoned child is better raised with a family from a different ethnic background or returned to his birth mother is dealt with in only the most simplistic terms and is not really explored as fully as such a topic should be. Maybe this is an argument that has had its day since the movie was made but it all feels somewhat glib, a feeling not helped by the rather unsatisfying way in which the movie ends. These days, I would hope that in such situations, none of the professional and legal bodies depicted in this movie would behave in the manner depicted and the fact that there is little exploration by the court as to what is best for the child nor does there seem to be any involvement of the child in the decision. Maybe we've just moved on? I would hope so.

MJS M (nl) wrote: A brain-dead Italian comedy from the famous Roberto Benigni, I watched it as part of my Italian class. I thought Life is beautiful was all right, so I was interested to see what Benigni would be like in a more traditional comedy. Sure enough, Benigni remains a pretty fun and energetic performer, the problem is that the rest of this movie is amazingly dumb. The jokes are completely lowbrow and the ?plot? is a barebones story that is completely reliant upon Benigni?s character being REALLY stupid. There are a couple chuckles here but as a whole it?s really not worth seeing, it hasn?t been released on DVD in region 1, and I suspect it will stay that way.

Madison N (es) wrote: Although this film was not very even (Iron and Silver's stories seemed to belong to discrete films), I still thought it was very interesting. A viewer might find it fascinating to see how rich people live. But if a viewer wants to see this film for legal education, see "My Cousin Vinny" or "Find Me Guilty" instead.

Anthony L (jp) wrote: Au Revoir Les Enfants by Louis Malle is 99% autobiographical and is regarded by Malle himself as the most important film he made. It's an entertaining enough film until the astonishing climax. Powerful and subtle at the same time with many interesting characters. Most of the characters aren't explored in great detail, this adds to the story, and without spoiling the ending, is kind of the point and how Malle remembers it. The most striking character of all is actually the Kitchen boy Joseph, again I won't tell you why as it will spoil the film and you really should see it for yourself!

Babalu Y (fr) wrote: First class guy to be cut into small pieces

Robert B (mx) wrote: The MASH movie was different, as one would expect from an Altman film. The acting was fine. The content was not much more than a string of jokes and pranks, some were amusing and some were a bit evil. I can't compare it to the series since that was before my time. I didn't dislike it but I would not recommend it either.

Private U (jp) wrote: It's your standard women's-prison-exploitation film, but Stanwyck ups the quality a bit overall. The women's prison in San Quentin seems more like a camp than anything else, but the inmates are interesting, to say the least. Stanwyck's romance with Foster feels about as believable. It's fun but silly and superfluous.