Two low-level American crooks get caught up with the mob and are forced to deliver $50,000 to Australia, where they match wits with a kangaroo (who appears to have an intellectual edge on his pursuers). And the problem? $50.000 is in the jacket they put on the wild kangaroo. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Two childhood friends, a New York hairstylist and a wanna-be musician, get mixed-up with the mob and are forced to deliver $50,000 to Australia, but things go all wrong when the money is lost to a wild kangaroo.
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Liy D (br) wrote: This film was definitely not made for those accustomed to fast paced American films. This movie is slow, but tells a good story about a tortured artist who is struggling with mental illness. Despite that she makes beautiful paintings and connects with those around her in touching ways. That's about the whole movie though.
Rodney E (ag) wrote: Good story, Very well done. Its more of an emotional human story then a Samaria story.
Geoff J (nl) wrote: No more mumblecore please.
Satya P (de) wrote: A tender , smooth , very offbeat romantic movie. Admirable. One thing is proven. You don't really need dialogues to make a great movie..The guy never spoke a word..Nor the girl ever did ..Yet, so mesmerizing and moving..Completely original
Stuart K (mx) wrote: The 6th collaboration between director Bob Rafelson and actor Jack Nicholson, in a relation that goes back to the Monkee's film Head (1968). Here, they teamed up with Oscar winning British producer Jeremy Thomas for this modern day film noir which has double-crossing and family loyalty, and it has a brilliant cast who were game to do a small, independent film like this. Miami, and wine merchant Alex Gates (Nicholson) has a good life, living with wife Suzanne (Judy Davis) and stepson Jason (Stephen Dorff). However, all this is a facade, Alex's business is on the rocks and he's in debt badly, and he's having an affair with his Cuban mistress Gabriela (Jennifer Lopez). Years earlier, Alex used to take part in robberies, before he gave it up for the wine business, but he's lured back into the business by old friend and safe cracker Victor Spansky (Michael Caine), where they plan to steal an expensive diamond necklace from one of Alex's wine clients. The heist goes well, but when Suzanne learns of Alex's double dealings, she tries to kill him, and Jason ends up on the run with the necklace, with Alex and Victor in pursuit to get it back. It's a good thriller with a lot of twists and turns throughout. It's surprising that a film with a cast as big as this hardly did any business, Nicholson is his usual self while Caine turns in a brilliant performance that helped put him back on the map after a few flops. Rafelson is one of the great unsung heroes of American cinema, and his work deserves a lot more recognition.
Grant J (it) wrote: Great action/sci-fi starring Carl Weathers and Arnie.
Scott C (ag) wrote: Not bad romance/spy adventure. Somewhat predictable though.
Natalie L (gb) wrote: It was a really good story-hated the ending but it was like a Bollywood version of Romeo and Juliet kind of. Had great action kept me on my toes and a very good love between the two main characters-dont see that very often. I loved it