An ex-Navy man carrying out the last wish of a dying shipmate renews contact with old friends to break the code of silence around a mysterious, long-buried crime. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
An ex-Navy man carrying out the last wish of a dying shipmate renews contact with old friends to break the code of silence around a mysterious, long-buried crime.
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Steve W (us) wrote: I didn't like this movie at all. Its basically a frenetic game of cat and mouse between a bandit leader and a crime boss, but the movie doesn't live up with either suspense of comedy. Despite being called "Let the Bullets Fly", there is barely any action in this movie at all. The bandit leader is able to derail a train with an axe in the film's opening scene, with bad CGI to boot. The result is a crazy and zany mixed bag mix of period piece comedy and action, but only mildly amusing and overly gory in the next. I wanted it to end a little less than halfway through, and not eve Chow Yun Fat could save this movie. I think this was a just a strange and sloppy film that doesn't satisfy in a lot of areas.
Emily T (nl) wrote: This movie annoys me so much. It's a stupid concept and its ridiculous. The only good part of the movie is Nigel. Mads Mikkelsen does an great job in this role and the fact he beats up Charlie all the time is a great bonus. Shia presents an annoying character which we are meant to sympathize with but his stupidity just makes me hate even more. The whole movie I was cheering on Nigel hoping that he would kill Charlie. The supporting cast is crazy and just all over the place. I was very disappointed with this film.
Chris G (de) wrote: A beautiful complex story, and an intellectual rejection of the power of guilt. BRILLIANT
Kerie C (us) wrote: Meh. It wasn't a bad movie, but it didn't have that special something that would have made it truly good. Having just read Dominique LaPierre's book, I was actually rather disappointed once again in Hollywood's inability to stick to a story without changing it around to suit the tastes of the audience. I find that the conversion from book to movie dumbed down the real meaning of the work. If I hadn't read the book so recently, maybe I'd feel better about having watched this, but as it is, I wasn't all that impressed.
Eric R (mx) wrote: Crown International sure released some real comedy turds throughout the 80s with "Weekend Pass" floating to the near the top. "Weekend Pass" really could be a synonym entry for "boring" and could qualify for cinematic Chinese water torture. Yes... it's that fucking bad.The plot (what plot?) has four teenagers fresh out of Navy basic training hitting the town of L.A. on their weekend pass and through trial and tribulation to get laid, they end up finding love. Really... that's about fucking it.As you can tell from my very brief description paragraph that there is no damn plot to this movie. Get ready for a lot of montages of various signs and locations in L.A. flying by with shit, filler dialogue about our four guys jibber jabbering about pointless topics such as neon signs. Yea... sounds like a wonderful time.Our guys hit a strip club for the first 15 minutes of the film and only director Lawrence Bassoff could make a strip club scene with some nice racks seem so trite. Later they visit the beeeeaaach... sorry... I was dozing off... and end up joining a fitness class in order for one of our blockheads to ask the instructor out. Out of the other three one wants to hits a stand-up comedian club (run by a young Phil Hartman no less!) to test out his comedy skills, one has a blind date with his colonel's daughter and the other wants to hook with an old girlfriend to get a quick lay. Get ready to down some Mountain Dews as you're going to need to be high on caffeine to make it through this cinematic equivalent to watching grass grow.Out cast is made up of no-body's that can't act and the dialogue sounds like their talking with a mouthful of marbles. The bad acting, shit dialogue, dragging "plot", and unenthusiastic directing makes this a very, very trying movie experience. To top it off we get a couple of god awful 80s pop tunes that continuously play throughout the film with the title song making me wish for Lionel Richie's Dancing on the Ceiling you quall my eardrums from bleeding.The Crown International symbol before a comedy picture should be a warning to anyone looking for an actual fun time. Like "Weekend Pass", you enter at your own risk as your boarding a sinking ship. For me Crown International's weekend pass has expired permanently. Speaking of Crown International, a background character in the film is even wearing a damn T-Shirt with their symbol. Nothing like advertising that their proud of the shit that their film factory crapped out at an incredible rate during the 80s.
Greg W (de) wrote: interesting mix of western and comedy
Jesper M (it) wrote: 4 1/2 out of 5 (Arrow BluRay, Italian version)
Nandi C (ca) wrote: A nice sweet film about a nice girl sharing a party line with a man with a whole lot of girlfriends(Rock Hudson), and his scheme to get up with her by playing a strait laced Texan. hilarious.
Christopher B (de) wrote: The narrative is pretty dull, but the production numbers--particularly the art direction--are worthwhile. You can't go wrong with Gene Kelly in Marlon Brando-drag!
Jamie C (ag) wrote: Probably the weakest of the lot but it still gets a 4 star rating from me as 3 and half felt too low, It is easier to follow than the first and there is more action that's pretty good most of the time, It was nice to see more original cast, but it felt weird having the clone army on the good side but it was a good way to introduce them plus having Yoda finally used in the action was pretty good even if it was only for a short time, My main concerns was that just like the first there is too much CGI effects and they looked ok but not great and again it spoiled the feel of the movie and it just never really felt like a Star Wars movie in places but some good action scenes nearly make up for it, Maybe the worst Star Wars movie but it's still a very good movie.
Krista G (kr) wrote: Sheila Keith is superb as ever.