Ass-breaker Dingus Magee is looking for a gold train when he comes upon old acquaintance Hoke Birdsill on stage to San Francisco, and robs him of his money. Hoke goes to the nearby town of Yerkey's Hole, where Belle Knops is both mayor and bordello-mistress. She appoints Hoke Town Sheriff and tries to get him to stir up the Indians so the soldiers at the nearby fort (the main customers) won't go to Little Big Horn. Dingus tries to stir up more trouble and get involved with the pale, baby-talking Indian, Anna. The film is a send-up of the oft-repeated phrase "the Code of the West" and exaggerates it and what it stands for into the ridiculousness that it is.
Writer:David Markson (book), Tom Waldman (screenplay), Frank Waldman (screenplay), Joseph Heller (screenplay)
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Gary B (gb) wrote: a good follow up to the last film
Andrew S (de) wrote: good information surprisingly I learned more than I knew when i started.
Sgt C (ru) wrote: (65%)At fifteen or so minutes in this pushed very few buttons for me, and as I had no idea who Joe Meek actually was, the temptation to give the remaining three quarters a skip and move on passed my mind, but I'm glad that I didn't because this heats up very nicely. Con O'Neill is sublime in the lead role as the hugely hyped-up, at times very angry, yet unquestionably passionate hit music creator during the swinging days of London in the 60's. The backing cast is made up of a host of UK talent, with Kevin Spacey adding even more quality to the production. This may be a bit to clumsily written at times with a script that feels a bit too much like a stageplay rather than a screenplay, but this is still an important piece of well told pop music history.
Pantha R (ru) wrote: Apart from the first 45 boring minutes,some preposterous (and unintetionally hillarious) dialogues,bad music,crappy junior asrtist appearences and lacklusture cinematography,kinda enjoyable film.The second half was quite likable.Hrithik Roshan deserves a star alone for his brilliant performance.Vivek also gives a fine performance as the antagonist,but can't say the same about his costume.VFX was rather uneven-very good in parts,average most of the time,and expectedly bad in parts.But ultimately,it was really sad & infinitely disheartening to see that a film-maker of Rakesh Roshan's calibre has lost his touch;Same thing can be said for his brother Rajesh Roshan's music,after giving brilliant scores in 80s and in 'Koyla','Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai' & 'Kites',he has delivered a BIG dud.Remove the thoughts of the recent Hollywood counterparts,keep your expectations low,and chances are,You might like this indegenous Home-grown Superhero as a gulity pleasure.And of course its Best viewed in a theatre near you.
Morgan S (ag) wrote: Good criminal movie.
Lindsey W (kr) wrote: Incredibly dumb. I was actually rooting against the main character because he was so stupid.
Maia L (ag) wrote: she's the same in every movie
Stephen H (au) wrote: The Aussies have upped their game filmwise the last two years. While this is good and creepy, I couldnt help but think 'why didnt he just bugger off and leave the house or just give the bitch a slap?'...until the ending.
Scott H (fr) wrote: Tom Hanks is a genius for this film. Awesome original songs, great acting. Must see!
Johnny R (nl) wrote: Awesome sequel!! It was drop-dead hilarious, fun, romantic, and entertaining!! The film takes a step further and introduces 2 problem children!! It takes the original movie's concept the same way with some romance addition!! The movie knows exactly what it wants to be and represents its title extremely well, like the original!! The movie is exactly what you would expect from its title!! The cast was terrific, especially Michael Oliver!! He plays the problem child with more emotional than the original!! If you like the original, than give this a try, and if you didn't, than don't bother!! I liked the orginal slighty more because it had better action scenes!! This is a must-see!!
bill s (jp) wrote: The interaction between the two leads plays well.The rest of this movie,not so much.
Joshua L (nl) wrote: Its pretty jokes in its own way. The FX are less impressive and fun as the first doh.
Nick C (gb) wrote: My childhood encapsulated... I know the Mothra song by heart. Just the best, campiest, most fun version of Godzilla.