Too Fat Too Furious

Too Fat Too Furious

Bennie, a clumsy criminal who's touchy about his weight, teams up with his adoptive father's biological (serial killer) son, his employees who in his absence turned his snack-bar into a quiche bakery, a suicidal manic-depressive woman and a Yougoslavian who keeps unintendedly blowing things up. They need to get 300000 Euro to get Bennies father a new liver. Complicating matters are that Bennie is

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Alexander C (fr) wrote: Could be worth a viewing, would like to see it sometime in the future.

Arash B (kr) wrote: Cliche & over-the-top but mostly in right ways

Jason Y (nl) wrote: [b]DVD[/b] First Viewing, 4 Maddin films & 4 shorts seen I wasn't as blown away by Guy Maddin's [i]Careful [/i]as I was during any of his other films. It had a great look and feel, but I think it was a little too long. Yet the opening sequence did tickle my fancy like nothing else. I still can't wait to see more of his released features and shorts as well as some upcoming ones too.

Ashley D (it) wrote: for a film which relies on nothing but dialogue this is way better than it has any right to be the cast is perfect taking into account the entire film is spent in pretty much one room with only 4 characters it is so well made that it deserves a lot of credit

Rob W (ca) wrote: Kevin Costner as a psycho....can't picture it!!!

Jayakrishnan R (es) wrote: 77%Saw this on 5/5/15The Gold Rush is a good silent film, but I did not find it as funny as the other Chaplin movies like City Lights. The film has excellent production design and a fast pace.

The V (nl) wrote: One of the most annoying and most stupidly made films of 2014. A group of stereotypical writers become envious of the new blonde who gets her book published. During the course of the film, the characters meander and don't have any likable qualities. I think the screenwriter must have had some beef with people who shouldn't be writers. Because the way these characters were depicted felt harsh and a bit cruel in the way they were written. I almost felt bad for the actors themselves portraying these sad losers. Well, almost. Also the direction is one of the weirdest. It tries to pull off a Modern Family approach of directing, but forgets that in order to make a mockumentary you have to not use the basic two or three shot system because then you're just making a movie where the characters are breaking the fourth wall. You're meant to capture "real life" and it's meant to be somewhat authentic. Here it's never authentic and painfully forced. There is one small bright spot to all of this: Teri Polo. She was funny and sexy in equal measure and the movie should have been more about her character.