Paul Reynolds is a Gatsby-like figure: owner of a magnificent house, the host of great parties, and a collector of interesting people. He persuades Lizzie Thomas, a secretary at a local estate agent's, to come and work for him as his assistant, to bring some order to his chaos. He inspires her with his enthusiasm and imagination, and frustrates her with his apparent carelessness and destructiveness, which culminates in her calling the police as one of his parties is attacked by local troublemakers, seemingly with his tacit approval. But their paths are destined to cross again and again as Lizzie, with the help of some of the people that she met at Paul's house, rises through the changing landscape of corporate Britain. This is the tale of a meaningful and powerful relationship that isn't a love story; it's about those rare people who profoundly influence and shape our lives.
"Friends and Crocodiles" traces the changing relationship of maverick entrepreneur Paul Reynolds and his assistant Lizzie Thomas over a period of 20 years from the beginnings of the Thatcher era to the bursting of the dot.com bubble. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Edward B (fr) wrote: One of the movies that has really stayed with me.
Jeremy C (ca) wrote: This was my favorite Halloween Town movie of all of them. Sara Paxton from Shark Night is fantastic in this movie.GRADE:A+
Aaron G (us) wrote: This is as good of a movie we're going to get out of a movie with this title.
Javeria (de) wrote: the best movie ever...but end up crying everytime i watch it... but have seen it like over 60 times :)... so if u haven't watched it then all i can say is, what r u waiting for?
Brendan M (br) wrote: Not sure if I'm crazy for loving this movie or if I'm crazy for being so surprised for the negative reviews. This movie single handedly made me fall in love with Penelope Cruz and think Cameron Diaz is a crazy diabolical murder-suicide stalker. Some corny writing at times, but in a whole I thought it was great. A two-hour whirlwind of emotions, love, hate, jealousy, anger, sad, renewal. Also, you can't say the movie doesn't make sense if you don't watch until the elevator scene. I don't know maybe it does suck but if nothing else you get a great soundtrack.
Kevin M W (jp) wrote: A suspense thriller that dazzles visually but begs one to leave common sense trapped in a steel plated room where no sense can get at it. It's got its moments of tension though.
Vlad M (kr) wrote: This movie belongs in hell. And so does Adam Sandler.
Antoine S (nl) wrote: La qualite est au rendez-vous, mais le film est glacial. Les jolis plans, trop rares, sont les plans d'apres-altercation, quand Rosetta arrete de se debattre, quand elle rejoint sa mere qui veut fuir...
Alaura M (ca) wrote: Kinda old but pretty good.
Rachel J (ca) wrote: I have been trying to find a copy of this movie and have had no luck. Does anyone know where to find it?
Ryan S (kr) wrote: Superbly enjoyable cheesy horror flick that is equal parts ridiculous and fun. Great performances, a cool killer, and b movie special effects make this film as pulpy as the shock thriller novellas Jenny Wright reads throughout
Kerby H (br) wrote: It started out with an interesting storyline and some promise, but gradually morphed into a boring tale of King Henry VIII in an uninteresting setting.
Simon G (br) wrote: Politically incorrect and good fun.
Otto E (mx) wrote: movie felt like an epic blockbuster film.
James B (gb) wrote: Many of you know I am not a fan of big team sports - not sure why, but I think because I just don't see the nobility in them - however, this little movie gives me some insight into the attraction of these big money activities through the story of a young man who simply will not take "No" for an answer (a favorite topic of mine). The movie soundtrack here is especially good - beautiful and thoughtful (also one of my favorites).
Platon M (ag) wrote: Mindless fun in beautiful Santorini !!!
Poi P (gb) wrote: ending is suck.... monster just get away with his one burn fucking tentacle..
JeanPaul F (jp) wrote: You can't beat a Sho Kosugi flick.