Josh and Sam hit the road for one wild trip in this action-packed comedy. On the way from Washington, D.C., to New Orleans for the annual Mardi Gras celebration, the friends accidentally ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Josh and Sam hit the road for one wild trip in this action-packed comedy. On the way from Washington, D.C., to New Orleans for the annual Mardi Gras celebration, the friends accidentally ...
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Jeremy G (us) wrote: Good RomCom for guys. Great ensemble for the movie, the 3 guys really sell the friendship between the characters.
Zed L (es) wrote: The end is poignant, but as such the movie is really overrated.
Leslie A (au) wrote: A very unconventional and endearing story.
Logan M (it) wrote: Juicy and blunt, and gets an A+ for style.
Mark W (br) wrote: Shane Meadows is without doubt, one of the best British directors around at present. He knows his way around the working class lifestyle of Britain with a welcome and refreshing outlook that has, until his arrival, been commandeered by the likes of Ken Loach and Mike Leigh. Waking up in a drunken haze Glaswegian crook Jimmy (Robert Carlyle) sees his ex, Shirley (Shirley Henderson), being proposed to on a daytime TV chat show. She spurns the proposal of Dek (Rhys Ifans) live on air, leading Jimmy to head back to his old town to claim back Shirley and his young daughter (Finn Atkins), that he left behind years ago. After "TwentyFourSeven" and "A Room for Romeo Brass", this completes Shane Meadows' so called 'midlands trilogy' and with the actors involved, this has an abundance of quality. Despite this though, it's the weakest of the trilogy. That's not to say that there's nothing to enjoy, there is, and its plentiful. It just seems a bit too lighthearted in comparison with Meadows' other films. The excellent actors involved put in fine performances. Ifans and particularly Carlyle are two of the best in the business; Henderson is one of the most underated of actresses, deserving of far more attention and adding Kathy Burke and Ricky Tomlinson for some mild comic relief is always welcome. However, with this undoubted talent onscreen, it only makes it more frustrating that they aren't pushed to the extent that they're capable of. I suppose this is down to Meadows prefering a more humourous approach and if you're aware of this beforehand then you might not feel as disappointed with the lack of danger that he normally applies to certain characters. His use of a spaghetti western theme throughout a 'kitchen-sink' family drama is a wonderful touch though. A good little comedy/drama that certainly entertains but it lacks any real emotional punch and should have made more of the fine ensemble of actors. Meadows' most impressive cast, yet strangely, one of his least impressive films.
Alex G (kr) wrote: Critics are always idiots. I guess it had to have sub-titles then maybe they give it a good review. IDIOTS!!!
Joel H (mx) wrote: I am not a Star Trek fan, but you don't have to be a fan to enjoy Trekkies. This documentary about the Trekkie subculture is both comical and heartfelt. The filmmakers have an obvious love for Star Trek, but they're also able to laugh at themselves. I hope that Star Trek fandom continues to live long and prosper.
Blake R (fr) wrote: Pretty sweet little anthology flick. How can you beat a movie with such a blatant Goonies reference, a kid in an Iron Maiden Shirt, and Lardarse from Stand by Me?
Casey M (it) wrote: Pretty weird, but marvelous performances especially Fletcher's, in fact she did so well playing a psycho Grandma that she actually gave me the nerve to want to beat the guts out of her. But for a classic thriller it lacks a lot of tension especially when you find out about the truth its too late for it. More recommended for watching on a lazy Sunday afternoon.
Philip P (mx) wrote: Extremely Russian Russian horror which starts out like Carry On Ecclesiastical and ends with a bunch of demons, who wouldn't look out of place in an episode of Blake's 7, shambling about in a church. Fairytale weirdness.
p b (ru) wrote: I never did like Elvis' movies much, to lame. But this is amusing.
Mau R (de) wrote: I think the movie teaches that priests are people like us all: do not reject them, do not idolize them. But I definitely agree with the Critics consensus on this one
Eduardo B (de) wrote: Well-trod it is. Well-written script, well-acted, but the theme proved very shallow, there was so much to explore but there were a lot of loose ends.
Max M (ag) wrote: Interesting but overlong bit of propaganda from director Fritz Lang and co-writer Bertolt Brecht, about the events following the 1942 assassination by the Czech underground of Reinhard Heydrich, the Nazi Reich Protector of German-occupied Prague.The film starts out well enough and is beautifully shot by the great James Wong Howe, but the rather buffoonish villains (only Lang would have a senior member of the Gestapo squeezing a giant pimple in a mirror while he interrogates a suspect), a plot that doesn't really get going until late and a bloated running time of 134 minutes causes the film to drag. The last act however is vintage Lang, complete with ratcheted-up suspense thanks to the cross-cutting between three different locations of action - a style somewhat reminiscent of his earlier film (and much more effective indictment of fascism) The Testament of Dr. Mabuse.The final shot though is a bit too silly, but it was 1943 and morale had to be kept up, so I'll let it slide.
Brad S (br) wrote: Don't judge this book by its cover. While McFarland follows the typical underdog high school sports narrative, with a new Coach looking for redemption, it just really works. Or at least it did for me. I think McFarland rises above many films like it by staying focused on authentic characters. It doesn't get lost in forced teenage-conflict drama, or other plot machinations. It just tells the simple story of pursuing greatness and what that journey can be like. Of wanting to rise above one's circumstances. Really great, subtle performances from a broad cast. Solid filmmaking with strong production design, cinematography and music. All around a film better than it might appear to be from its Disney-branded poster.
James L (jp) wrote: Always a risk that this may have been a statistical bore, instead it's fast paced, well focussed, and insightful.
Armando P (nl) wrote: This flicks are over-the-top and pretty underrated.
Chris A (mx) wrote: Despite the seemingly flawed science that never does get explained - this movie is a success. It does what a sci-fi movie should do and make you think, while delivering a well paced and emotionally impactful story.
Johann M (ca) wrote: Nothing new - feels like a movie you have already seen - but it was charming anyway.