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Brad S (au) wrote: Not agree at film, but I did somewhat enjoy it. I got more out of it from recently having watched a whole volume of the original "shorts" so I was able to get more from the "Looney Tunes" movie, I caught more of the small in-jokes. I also usually like Fraser. This on is for fans only.
Zach W (gb) wrote: Potluck is the best marijuana themed movie I have seen. This flick is actualy a good movie. Jason Mewes is always fun for me to see in a film. Having the Pizano Mob involved in the doja deeling is enjoyable to watch as well.
Paul B (au) wrote: I actually remember enjoying this film and I can't remember why.
ZeldaGiygasLord 6 (fr) wrote: Yeah, Ed Harris does a good job. But Jackson Pollock was both a horrible, boring painter and a horrible, boring person. So I can't really say I enjoyed any of this.
Carlos I (de) wrote: Hilarious. It's to bad Mel Brooks stopped making movies, but i guess this was a good one to go out on. I forgot Dave Chapelle was in this. I love all the Brooks references in this too.
Nicholas A (ru) wrote: That last wave slayed me
Niek S (ru) wrote: Shot in gritty black and white, this is an unconventional biopic about an unconventional comedian. To be honest, I haven't seen much of Bruce's original material, but Hoffman seems very convincing, as are most actors. The best part about the whole film is its straightforwardness; it's mainly about Lenny Bruce and his comedy and Fosse has -rightly - included many Lenny Bruce sketches. It may not be perfect, but it's very, very appealing.
Eric R (ag) wrote: Harry Dean, a cat burglar, comes up with a simple, brilliant plan to the world's richest man in the world. This man is a borderline hermit since the death of his wife so Harry seeks out the assistance of a showgirl Nicole, who happens to share a striking resemblance to the rich man's late wife. This is a fun crime caper. You see, Harry believes he has come up with an ingenious plan that will be simple, but once they begin, everything is a lot more complicated than he anticipated. Its a clash of ideal vs. reality. It even spends almost the first 20 minutes of film going through the heist in which we are shown Harry's vision of how the heist will go before snapping back to reality before he has even asked Nicole for his help. Early into the actual heist, the billionaire becomes suspicious of the two protagonists creating this really fun cat and mouse game, which is one of Gambit's strong suits. Michael Caine and Shirley MacLaine really do play off each other well. They constantly bicker but it's clear they do share an attraction to one and other.
Denise K (us) wrote: This is one of Doris's first ever movies
Cynthia S (mx) wrote: Oh my goodness the low ratings! I honestly wasn't expecting to enjoy this movie as much as I did. It was adorable. Funny. Charming. Sweet. Witty dialog. The entire gambit required for a nice relaxing afternoon chick flick!
Tricia C (ca) wrote: HILARIOUS!!! in a weird, dysfunctional sort of way...
Slothbear T (br) wrote: Bruce Lee's awesome project. David Carradine is amazing in this