Rudy Russo (Kurt Russell) is an unscrupulous car salesman who aspires to become a politician. When his boss is killed, it's up to Rudy to save the property from falling into the hands of the owner's ruthless brother and used-car rival. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Kristina K (br) wrote: Great Movie! It's a must watch.
Antony W (us) wrote: To say 'Bunny and the Bull' is an offbeat comedy is putting it mildly. This is a very strange and bizzare movie from creators who probably smoked too many drugs. Reasonably well acted and some clever cinema shots. Some of the film made me a bit squeamish and not everyone would enjoy it. Best to watch if you are in a silly mood and not wanting something too serious.
Andy G (nl) wrote: Perceptive, but lacking any astounding understanding of the subject.
Marcus B (fr) wrote: It's really unfair to say that this movie was bad, since the bar for it was set so low to begin with. It has no other aspirations that to be 90 minutes time filler with some unrealistic shooting scenes and some even more ubrealistic hand to hand combat. Nevertheless, be warned that unless mindless waste of time is the main purpose of you watching this movie, you will be disapointed by this flick in every possible way.
Laura F (nl) wrote: A story about life's lessons of regret, loss, and love. A powerful, moving drama. The one love she never forgets......We all seem to think that there will be plenty of chances throughout our life, and then we let something get away that haunts us until the end. The what-ifs of memories. We always have a choice.......
Jonathan T (de) wrote: Not the greatest comedy ever committed to film, but it made me laugh a lot!
Sanal R (ca) wrote: A brilliantly made indie-film with a plot so twisted that it might make your stomach churn.
Barnaby E (ru) wrote: The premise seems to be similar to 'Fawlty Towers' - take one stressed and repressed Englishman, with the duty to run a decent organisation as well as he can without anyone else interfering, and then watch him slowly unwind when life's catastrophes are heaped upon him one after the other like raining cowpats. So, who better to cast than John Cleese?! Ahem. The screenwriter, Michael Frayn, is probably best known for his impossibly clever theatrical farce 'Noises Off!' (itself turned into a film with Michael Caine and Christopher Reeve, which is funny but not nearly as funny as seeing the play done 'live'). This treads the same sort of ground, in the sense that it's a farcical plot that gets increasingly more frantic and frenetic, with the inevitable madcap conclusion.What you get here is a masterclass in British '80s movie-making. It's funny, it's idiosyncatic, it's shot through with a peculiar homegrown surrealism and sense of self, whilst taking great delight in pricking all the pomposity of the the institutions and class system and English way of dealing with disaster.The initial plotline is relatively simple, with Brian Stimpson (Cleese) - a Headmaster from a comprehensive school who is obsessed with punctuality and time - being asked to give the keynote speech to a conference of Head Teachers (most of whom are Public School), which is somewhat of a coup. This is all about the torturous journey that he takes to get there, when he misses his train. John Cleese is playing a close blood relation of Basil Fawlty with more responsibility and less anger. There's scene-stealing turns from Penelope Wilton as his ex-girlfriend from years previous (who he bumps into on the way to a conference of Head Teachers) and Stephen Moore (as Mr Jolly - the bumbling teacher of music, who is having an affair with the pupil that Cleese's headmaster brings along for the ride).Alison Steadman gives solid support, essentially playing the same character that she seems to trot out in every role she's been given since 'Abagail's Party'. And there are a few amusing turns from some recognisable faces along the way.Sadly, the other main lead aside from Cleese, is a tad wooden and unlikable. Sharon Maiden as Laura, the pupil who is forced into driving her Headmaster to the conference, doesn't seem to have done anything else since 'Clockwise' and it's easy to see why.This is a fast-paced, well-timed comedy of frustration. The rising fury builds throughout the film and gains genuine laughs along the way. A bit of a British 'classic', though it never gains the dizzying heights of hilarity that it reaches for.
Chris B (ag) wrote: This is the weakest film of the orginal Indiana Jones films. But that doesn't mean it can't be a fun watch. Their are some hard to believe action scenes in the beginning that will take you out of the movie but you get right back in and get the darkest ending of any of the Indiana Jones movies.
Andres G (de) wrote: love it. too bad jack died.