Kettle of Fish

Kettle of Fish

A lifelong bachelor confronts his intimacy issues when he sublets his apartment to a fetching biologist. His heartsick fish and his wise best buddy are on hand to provide perspective.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:97 minutes
  • Release:2006
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   umbrella,   pianist,  

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Kettle of Fish torrent reviews

Andrew R (au) wrote: A sweet and quirky film that is rooted in some nice acting and chemistry between Krasinski and Rudolph. There are a few moments that drag and it can be a little uneven as the crazies they encounter on their road trip are contrasted with deeper, serious people - it puts you a little off balance and makes it hard to take the heartfelt parts serious. Overall however, you want to see where the journey takes them and are happy to follow them hom.

QT C (us) wrote: The first part of the movie was a bit strange, but then it showed what his past 5 girlfriends were like. It was interesting because you could see how he tried to accommodate these girls in his lives, and also which girls were definitely not meant to be with him. Guys and girls can maybe learn from this movie

Inta K (jp) wrote: weird movie with no actual purpose...

Heather W (de) wrote: So terrible. Bad as a movie, let alone when compared to the book.

Shamus G (br) wrote: This highly underrated horror jaunt succeeds at three things - for one, it does a solid job setting up major plot devices, allowing for seamless transitions into the second and third acts without leaving the viewer's interest behind along the way. Secondly, the script is surprisingly well down, almost always opting to go beyond the traditional temptations of the format. Rather than relying solely on the jump scares and supernatural elements, the film utilizes the themes of divorce and familial discourse as a bedrock for plot elements. Third - the characters are easy to root for. Morgan's character is a lone wolf for the majority of the picture, making him the easiest to root for. Unlike other exorcist subjects, Calis' character seems to relish in the possession she's under and her family is cold towards Morgan, which does make it easier to be more apathetic towards them when they feel the pinch of their stupidity. They do however, come to their senses and are easier to root for from there. In short, a solid and underrated thriller I didn't expect to like, but now I'll be eager to watch again.

Jonathan R (mx) wrote: Classic b action flick. Loved it.

Susan B (br) wrote: This is one of those great documentaries I watch when I iron. Every child of the cold war, and their children, too, should see this.

Codie E (gb) wrote: A simple, minimalist film that slowly impresses its ideas and passions on the audience. Despite showing little characteristics I really endeared to the characters and was drawn in by their plight and situation.

Chris H (nl) wrote: The former MST crew was in good form for this one. The movie itself was obviously terrible, but not unwatchable-terrible like a few they've done in the past. It was perfect for their commentary.

Greg W (ca) wrote: good WWII pic made during WWII

April V (kr) wrote: What? This movie is sick! Top 10 zombie movies. Hilariousness.

Jeffrey M (br) wrote: Inexplicable money, an accidental shooting, ruthless nefarious ne'er do wells looking to regain their ill-gotten gains and a love story to boot, A Single Shot is a sort of backwoods noir piece. Centered on a hunter, John Moon, fresh off a separation from his wife, the film explores the unfolding series of events following an accidental shooting, caused by him. As any good noir film, A Single Shot has an appropriately atmospheric tone, combined with methodic pacing, eerie characters, and an impending sense of dread. Overall, director David Rosenthal's direction was able to capture the right mood, and rendered generally effective world-building of a hillbilly town. This is the best part of the film, which combines this effective world building with excellent cinematography.The problems come down to the script. It's never quite as clever as it thinks it is, seeming to out-think itself in the last act. How Sam Rockwell's character is blackmailed never seems quite believable, something more apt for a horror film, and the machinations of those that oppose him are too thinly sketched. So, too, are the characters. The cast itself is quite capable, headlined by a strong showing form Sam Rockwell, yet we never fully understand the dynamics between them. Opportunities are had for some rich character studies and fully distinctive takes on the narrative, Cohen brothers style, yet these are never really developed in A Single Shot, which relies too much on the style of menace than the actual narrative building of it. This leaves otherwise promising performances, William H. Macy's to be left rather adrift. Overall, it's certainly an enjoyable film with a lot of impressive elements, yet never fully meets its potential with its delivery.3.5/5 Stars

bill s (nl) wrote: Murphy's last big hit and rightfully so.

Ingela A (mx) wrote: One of my old favorites-I saw it over and over...

Mike T (us) wrote: Pretty decent little movie. Excellent 3D, an excellent tone, roller coaster of thrills, dark underwater coolness and a lot of fun for a relaxing evening. Some really dumb dialogue if you're into stupidity and lack of brilliance in movies, like if you are the kind of person that likes big dumb escapism and spectacle over challenging dramatic tension and lengthy challenging long movies.

Spartacus E (au) wrote: Way more fun than it was given credit for