An aspiring mystery writer becomes accidently embroiled in an international plot during a two-week stay in Malta.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:91 minutes
  • Release:1983
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:writer,   malta,  

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Mukesh V (fr) wrote: Hindi movies are not of such perfect length to begin with. Varun, Ileana and Nargis look perfect and David Dhawan repeats his tried and tested formula as he did with govinda yrs ago. Fun filled slapstick.

Kevin J (au) wrote: Sweet enough to be thoroughly watchable but almost completely forgettable when it's done.

David L (ru) wrote: I managed to get an advanced copy and watched it at home with my little girl, honest it was for my little girl, I did manage to laugh at some of the silly stuff. The plot was pretty silly but followed along the same lines as the previous 3 movies in the series, my little girl was jumping up and down right until the end of the movie so by her account it was a roaring success, The movie was well filmed and it flowed well enough but it is basically a small kids movie, 5/10

Jens L (jp) wrote: This film is really a bloody mess....I like it!

Jayakrishnan R (mx) wrote: 85%Watched this on 10/1/15Yes Man is one of the better comedy films of Jim Carrey. I always disliked it when the actor does comedy, I prefer seeing him in dramas. I have seen a lot of the more predictable Carrie comedies like Liar Liar and a lot more whose name can't even be remembered. This is one of the few films in which I really liked Zooey Deschanel and critics, which comedy film is not predictable?

Miles T (jp) wrote: Greed is Good. Loved the 1st Film!

Michelle B (ag) wrote: This one is a great movie too.

Pedro Matias C (ca) wrote: Del Cine Argentino de bajo presupuesto, sin dudas, de lo mejorcito.

Joe M (de) wrote: A convoluted "biopic" where the nonlinear story structure doesn't help make the story any less shrug-worthy. Still, there are one thing that almost make this worth seeing: Jeremy Renner in an incredibly confident and bold performance. But besides Renner, there is little to recommend.

Jeff G (fr) wrote: I know I have this bad habit of reviewing sequels before originals and I apologize for it. I??m not going to change it anytime soon, but for those of you annoyed by it, I understand and thank you if you keep returning. This is the final one starring Kid & Play. part 4 after this stars the music group immature who play kid??s nephews in this film. That film went straight to home video. This one made it to theaters and seems only to be made not to make a quality project but to squeeze the last drop of originality out of the franchise. This film seems to be Kid n?? Play meet def comedy jam as most of the roles seems to be filled with regular stand-up??s from that show as well as recording artists on def jam such as TLC and immature. None of the additions really add much to the film except for as distractions. It??s really odd then that Martin Lawrence Doesn??t return even for a cameo considering at the time he hosted DEF COMEDY JAM. I guess he was busy with his own Television series MARTIN. But that should have been a clue that things weren??t right. This is a man who starred in BIG MOMMAS HOUSE 2. Now if this had been a straight sequel where time had been spent on story and script the film could have been a good sendoff for the series and it??s character but sadly that is not the case. What is the best part of this movie? The trailer, which has the best jokes and glimpses into what should have been hilarious scenes. Sitting through the film is like being afflicted with tourette??s syndrome. That is how unfocused the film is. It seems like the plot and the story were a afterthought. The film also burst your bubble because all through the original and it??s sequel you thought or were lead to believe that kid and his girlfriend Sydney were a match made in heaven destined to end up with each other. Then in this film she is relegated to a cameo as kid is marrying a woman we have never met or even heard about before. So we know nothing about her or why they belong together. Since she never endears herself to us or him. The main reason for the House Party this time is Kid??s Bachelor Party. Planned by Play. Even though they are running there own record company, From a loan shark who they need to pay back as they are past due. The loan shark has fine lady enforcers (just noted to show how this movie tries to be as exploitive as possible most times) They both also need to sign a all female hip hop group played By TLC named in this film Sex As A Weapon. One of the members has a crush on kid and makes him have second thought about getting married. As usual Hijinks ensue throughout the film. The thing that is sad is that the cast has so many comedians and the film is barely funny. It??s like they are each trying to show off but it leads to awkwardness. The only time the movie comes alive is also the only reason to see this film and his name is The Late Great BERNIE MAC. He is playing Kid??s uncle Robin Harris??s character POP??s From the first movies brother and he takes full charge of being hilarious no matter what he does. He does it like a pro. He literally brings the house down in each scene he is in unfortunately he is only a supporting performer. Trust me you can fast forward to his scenes throughout the film and still not really miss anything. I would say wait until the movie is on tv, Unfortunately the best stuff would be cut out by television. Even Full Force didn??t Return what were they doing that they were too busy to drip by in the film? Skip It

Shawn W (es) wrote: Futuristic film about a US high school whose exterior looks more like a prison camp where three robotic teachers take discipline to a new level. Lester delivers some good moments but can't replicate his battle between Stegman and Mr. Norris in '84.

Dharmesh B (ru) wrote: The lack of information is so enticing.

Kim K (fr) wrote: the origional is much better