4 guys, who reunite at an ex-classmate's funeral, make a risky investment together that puts them in trouble with the mob. Things go from bad to worse: one of them borrowed his share of the money from a mobster. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Alex r (de) wrote: Straight to DVD sequel is a pretty decent film with nothing ever remarkable that happens on-screen. The idea is good, but it lacks the fun and intensity of the first Smokin' Aces, which was not a perfect film, but managed to overcome its flaws with a good cast, effective dialogue and well developed characters. At times, there's still elements of sharp, witty overtones from the first that comes out over in this sequel. As far as I'm concerned, the film would have been much better if the film would have had a few rewrites and it would have been under a different title. As it is, Smokin' Aces didn't need a sequel and it's a low-budget affair that never does take off. The film is a decent on e at best and there are a few effective moments to please action buffs, but overall, this is a forgettable sequel to a good film. This one had potential of being something very good and if the script would never have been rushed, and it feels like it has, this one could have been just as much fun as the original. Decent, but ultimately forgettable in the long run, Smokin' Aces 2 is a film that relied on an interesting undeveloped concept. This is one worth seeing at least once just to kill an hour and a half of your time if you have nothing else better to do. Fans may be disappointed with this one, and with good reason. The material for a great follow-up is here, but it focuses more on the fact that it's a low-budget, straight to DVD film that the filmmakers seem to not give the chance of a good story to be told. Decent, and it could have been much better, but as far as Straight to DVD films are concerned, this is much better than most.
Private U (de) wrote: I think they could have developed this movie better, but I enjoyed the acting, storyline, and the graphics (for the most part). Good for a casual movie.
Smashproplaya (kr) wrote: Probably the weakest of the series
May A (au) wrote: Okay, it was a little corny but the last time I laughed this much at a movie was when I watched Tommy Boy. Seriously this movie was hilarious. This makes me realize that rotten tomatoes needs a more balanced audience to comment. I cannot tell you how many great movies the posters here low ball. Or maybe they're too serious for their own good.
rolo d (mx) wrote: a shot of shotgun inside a vagina! you have to watch it!
Brian S (kr) wrote: Another of Tarantino's epic crime movies, but this one really is the most classic out of all of his great movies. It's a great, well developed and intriguing story, which is enriched with many famous actors, but the best are really Ving Rhames, John Travolta and the great Samuel L. Jackson, who's terrific, and even funny. That's something that I liked, is the dark humor in this flick, along side with good old fashioned Quentin Tarantino gore. One of the best movies ever made. Recommended !!
Nick E (it) wrote: Cadillac Man can be funny at times thanks mostly in part by Robin Williams, but suffers from a unfocused pace.
John H (br) wrote: Don Bluth is one of the unsung masters of animation, and if anything, ALL DOGS GO TO HEAVEN is as strange and gorgeous as anything else in his career. But its a weaker entry; it lacks the emotional resonance of his other '80s work, and Bluth's typically eccentric excesses break jarringly from the film's reality this time. (There's a reason this movie coined the term "Big Lipped Alligator Moment".) But even if the script (and the songs) are subpar, it's still pure Bluth - completely original and unexpectedly haunting.
Simon E (jp) wrote: An odd little film but entertainingly odd, quite clunky in places though. The highlight is definitely Robbie Coltraine in drag and the club scenes are packed full of NewRo nostalgia.
Alex K (gb) wrote: My Favorite Action Film Is 1988's Die Hard.
Debbie P (ag) wrote: TMC recently featured an "Ethel Barrymore" evening. Her film "None But The Lonely Heart" was the first movie shown that night. The film takes place in London, and also stars Cary Grant as Barrymore's drifter son. He returns home to discover that his mother is dying of cancer. He attempts to reform himself in helping his mom with her business and look after her. All goes wrong for Grant's character as he becomes involved in illegal activities. This was a good movie and I loved the chemistry between these two stars.
Justin R (ca) wrote: Nice early Louis Malle flick.