Harry Valentini and Moe Dickstein are both errand boys for the Mob. When they lose $250,000, they are set up to kill each other. But they run off to Atlantic City and comedy follows. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Harry Valentini and Moe Dickstein are both errand boys for the Mob. When they lose $250,000, they are set up to kill each other. But they run off to Atlantic City and comedy follows.
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Harry S (fr) wrote: I Mean You Can Kind Of Guess Who It Actually Is Half Way Through You Know Who It Is. And The Ending Was So Predicatble. I Was Bored.
Paolo R (ca) wrote: If you have a problem, and nobody else can help, and if you can find them... maybe you could hire the Alps team. The director of Dogtooth follows up with an equally bizarre take on modern life, with this proto family who fill the voids in people's lives by pretending to be the recently deceased. Just remember your lines, and be clear about who your favourite actor is.... not one for those that like a good rom-com.
Isaac C (ca) wrote: Terrible, absolutely terrible
Emily B (de) wrote: Noah's wife wants to have a baby but he is having a hard time with the thought of becoming a father. When his hysterical mother moves in because she is having midlife crisis, along with his wife's eccentric screenwriting cousin that is sleeping on the couch, Noah begins to feel smothered. I was very surprised how witty and entertaining this film was. Never been a big Diane Keaton fan but Dax Shepard really shined. I didn't intend on watching the whole movie but once I turned it on I didn't want to turn it off.
Amit G G (de) wrote: do nt see that they sit away from each otherjust think that why they sit just like this
irie l (us) wrote: I thought you can watch the movie
Lindsay E (br) wrote: slow, long, nothing much to it
Allan C (de) wrote: I love this period of early Hollywood history and there still hasn't been a great film about it yet. Peter Bogdanovich's "Nickelodeon" came to closest to being a great film, and although not great, was an absolute love letter and a passion project form someone who also dearly loves this period of film history and interviewed many Hollwyood legends before they earned mainstream respect of American critics. Blake Edwards also had a great set up for a film with "Sunset" about the real life Wyatt Earp solving a mystery with Hollywood star Tom Mix, playing off of the fact that Earp did live to sit on the sets of early Hollywood films reenacting his life and the Gunfight at the O.K. Coral. This film is a pretty lightweight though affable enough of comedy about wannabe wester writer Jeff Bridges going out west to get flavor but ends up starting in low budget silent westerns. I think my problem with these film is that I have a film in mind that I want to see made; kind of a Larry McMurtry type of story about the passing of the west and the birth of Hollywood, offering a last grasp at glory, kind of like Buffalo Bills Wild West Show in McMurtry's "Buffalo Girls." But all that aside, this is an entertaining enough of film with a great cast that includes Alan Arkin, Andy Griffith, Donald Pleasence, Blythe Danner, Dub Taylor and Alex Rocco. Not a classic, but worth watching if you're a film history buff.
Kyle B (it) wrote: great, scary at times there is some blowing up of stuff
Aj V (de) wrote: Although it follows the formulaic fifties plot for a sci-fi movie, this movie is pretty spectacular when it comes to its special effects. Overall, pretty good, but it could be better.
William W (us) wrote: Highly enjoyable, and shows Laurel and Hardy's strengths as actors, as you see the infinitesimal differences the two put into each of their 'good' and 'bad' twin-brother performances. Recommended, especially to fans of the duo or of older comedic films in general.
Arslan M (ca) wrote: 8/10, great piece of work and action
Xavier G (gb) wrote: Funny and silly(the good silly)