A reboot of the 1979 movie that was directed by Martin Brest and featured George Burns, Art Carney, and Lee Strasberg. Three seniors, who are living social security check to check and even reduced to eating dog food at times, decide they have had enough. So, they plan to rob a bank...problem is, they don't even know how to handle a gun! A social commentary on growing old in America and what we are sometimes driven to, due to circumstances. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Dee D (ru) wrote: Just saw this on cable..this is a hard movie to watch but it is so fascinating and also touches on what war turns men into..how it can ruin lives, about making peace with it and it's toll on the human soul to haunt even the oppressor ..very thought provoking movie and the actor who played young Lomax was amazing in his likeness to the looks of Colin Firth young..amazing. I love movies that make u think..and i love something of a message and a moral and this gave me one interpretation that was of horror but of love and touching in finding humanity in the most inhumane places and seemingly people!! awesome movie..tough subject..but imagine living it. i say to those in a bubble to want to not view such things...
Gregory W (us) wrote: Great action Hark brings his epic here and borrows from ford,leone,& lean
Damien D (it) wrote: Dai Sijie is a very good director. this movie is very beautyful
Jay B (gb) wrote: A mostly stale attempt at a sexy college romp. The nudity is fine, but this picture is rarely funny.
Alexander Z (mx) wrote: Bad, bad, bad. I'm amazed they got Tim Robbins to be in this.
Sotiris K (jp) wrote: Like every film by Kusturica I've seen, Time of the Gypsies gives me a warm feeling I can't explain. Of course, the music of Goran Bregovic is also responsible for that. The plot may not be innovative but it still is a beautiful story with vivid characters.
Miss P (br) wrote: Nothing like a man playing with your furniture to make you horny like hell :D
Paulina A (jp) wrote: Good action film. You can tell he is old and the end is a lil bit expected, but good scenes. Accompany it with popcorn, on a sunday afternoon
Jacob M (mx) wrote: This film starts out with an interesting premise, but soon descends into some pretty weird stuff. Decidedly darker than the previous three films, (which is saying a lot) this movie feels more like a standard horror movie, and less like the epic space films from Scott and Cameron. In addition, the final 15 minutes are so incredibly weird and disturbing that one has to wonder what the writers were thinking when they wrote the script. The best part about this film is the improved special effects since Alien 3, but they are still not as good as the effects from Stan Winston in Aliens. Between this and its predecessor, I'd take the slightly dry Alien 3 for sure.
Robert R (ag) wrote: Sensitive subject matter is handled with care in "Casualties Of War," Brian DePalma's fittingly frustrating and intense account of moral decline and dehumanization in the battlefield.
Parmesh D (gb) wrote: A unique addition to the action-animation genre, a must watch
Alex W (it) wrote: Saw VI not only follows the 'saw' formula perfectly, it has a twist ending that will no doubt satisfy. Saw VI is one of the best Saw movies in the franchise, it's also one of the coolest horror sequels ever made.
Jc S (nl) wrote: Oh! My gosh I was so traumatized with that movie! Off course I was like 12 when I saw it..
Hector S (jp) wrote: it was ok. not very exciting. but yea its not bad either.
Juan David C (mx) wrote: Slowly paced but gracefully accomplished, Bone Tomahawk is a rare example of a horror movie that does not rely on demonic possessions or alien abductions to deliver the thrills.
Christina S (de) wrote: Such a delightful surprise. I loved it and have sent it along to all my friends!