A young boy comes of age in the most peculiar of circumstances. Tonight is the very first time his Papa and Grandpa are taking him to work. In an old wooden boat they row far out to sea, and with no land in sight, they stop and wait. A big surprise awaits the boy as he discovers his family's most unusual line of work. Should he follow the example of his Papa, or his Grandpa? Will he be able to find his own way in the midst of their conflicting opinions and timeworn traditions?
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(kr) wrote: If I were the guy who shot this film, I'd find where the editor lives and have a serious discussion with him about how he completely ruined the movie. It's edited like a trailer: constant freeze-frames, slow motion and accelerated speed. This was never going to be a great movie, but it could have been a lot better had it been cut like a real movie (it certainly was photographed like one).
(it) wrote: It's forgettable and ok.
(mx) wrote: It's hard to believe that this generic film was directed by Wong Kar-Wai.
(ca) wrote: So, I enjoy AJ Cook's work, but not enough to watch aliens rip her stomach open. *Shudder!* Plus, too much foul language (I don't mean clever Taratino-style cussin'... I mean a crass lack of creative dialogue).
(ru) wrote: it was amazing experience for me.. Unbelievable puppet performance..
(kr) wrote: Zombie defiantly can make a horror film that is funny but at times very disturbing to watch. THIS MOVIE IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART....
(kr) wrote: I saw a few of these, but cannot remember for the love of me how good they were. I'd like to re-watch them.
(au) wrote: Since this was one of my childhood favorites,I could never rag this movie!
(br) wrote: i love this movie....a really funny movie
(ag) wrote: For a mystery psycho thriller the body count is low and there's too much character time between deaths, at least the setting is good.
(de) wrote: A good spin-off.I have high hopes that she appears in the second proyect of Christopher & Zack.
(fr) wrote: Just another redo of MOnty Pythons most popular skits, funny as hell but we've seen it all several times already at this point.
(br) wrote: Bing and Bob are so great together. Everything flows so naturally. It seems like so much ad lib, but the pull it off. Two of the greatest entertainers of all time.
(es) wrote: I know it was made in 1952 but its still just so bad, so Aliens, no bad special effects and no mars at all its all a bunch of talk. It was worth watching to see them bag the shit out of it on film sack, but it was just a bad movie made when movies were pretty bad.
(au) wrote: Starts of good but gets boring fast.
(gb) wrote: I didn't have high expectations for Meet Dave, but as an Eddie Murphy film I decided to give it a chance.Like many of Eddie Murphy's other big budget family films from the 2000's, Meet Dave is an example of a film that contributed to the temporary death of his career until his 2011 comeback. Ironically though, it was made the same year of Eddie Murphy's latest film to date titled A Thousand Words, also directed by Brian Robbins and released in 2012 only to ruin Eddie Murphy's reputation once again. It's safe to say that Eddie Murphy should stop working with Brian Robbins because critics agree that they do not make a good duo.Meet Dave is another example of a high budget film which does not have enough virtues to justify spending all the money. I mean, the last time that Eddie Murphy played an extraterrestrial themed character in The Adventures of Pluto Nash, his film turned out to be one of the biggest box office bombs of all time and one of the most critically derided comedies of the 2000's. So why in his post Academy-Award nominated comeback he returned to the idea for a large budget family comedy. It's clear that Eddie Murphy has reached his limit with family comedy films because Meet Dave is really the end of the line. I mean while his natural comedic persona may have some cheap laughs along the way, it is still poor form on behalf of him. Meet Dave is an example of Eddie Murphy's gags wearing thin and ridiculous plotting attempting but failing to overshadow it. It does not have a script funny enough to justify spending $58 million on the film, nor does it have a director who really knos what he is doing. I mean, he gives good visual effects, set design and scenery to the film which is captured with nice cinematography, but when it comes to a comedy film these aspects are not as important as the actual humour, of which Meet Dave does not carry.Meet Dave is a poorly scripted film and is directed as such, and despite the fact that it has a talented cast they all play second fiddly to Eddie Murphy who has now worn thin of what made him funny and just goes on a routine performance for a laugh free and over-commercialised film.Eddie Murphy's lead performance in Meet Dave is not the worst of his career, but during the phase in the 2000's when he was entirely dedicated to family comedies it is clearly one of his lowest points. He has almost zero comic charisma, and while he is a little funny at the start, it shrinks by the second until the film begins to take itself way too seriously to h2ave any humour whatsoever. Eddie Murphy goes into a routine of repetitive and cheap line delivery fused with cheap physical gags which go in the same basic circle again and again from start to finish of Meet Dave. He does not make the characters he plays to be the slightest bit funny or compelling, so the entire point of everything is seriously ambiguous to me. Meet Dave put all of its promotion behind the fact that Eddie Murphy plays a robot and a man inside him, and this idea could have been a little funny if the right actor was cast in the role. While it seems like an appropriate part for him, he does not justify that presumption with his performance because he is so lacking in comic charisma or any other appealing qualities. Eddie Murphy reaches a new low with Meet Dave and wastes the time and money of the viewers as well as $58 million in financing. The problem is that he is too aware that the film is a comedy and fails to give it much surprises, instead of trying to create laughs in every scene without a second thought to the fact that he is not doing it right. Meet Dave is just an overbudget and unfunny star vehicle for Eddie Murphy which may appeal to some young viewers due to the juvenile humour but will not get the more thoughtful audiences entertained.The rest of the cast does ok though.Elizabeth Banks is stuck with pretty lacklustre material for a woman as funny as she is, but she manages to deliver her lines with some organic charm. She creates a sweet presence for the film and a charming chemistry with the other actors which manages to make the experience less dull and reveal her easy charisma as an actress. So Elizabeth Banks is clearly one of the better assets at Meet Dave's arsenal.Ed Helms' over the top persona has some funny moments to it. While surrounded by a lot of weak material, Ed Helms plays out his over the top persona fairly well. His antagonistic neuroticism has some decent humourous moments. It is good to see him transitioning to mainstream cinema well after a successful career playing Andy Bernard on the US version of The Office. He plays out his part well and shows just how good he is at working with other actors by creating firm comedic chemistry, and so he is essentially the best cast member in the film to receive a large role.And lastly, Kevin Hart's small role in Meet Dave from before he would go on to become internationally famous is actually pretty funny simply because he projects the over the top comedic persona that made Eddie Murphy funny in his golden age. It is as if Meet Dave is the end for Eddie Murphy and the start for Kevin Hart, so the one good thing the film does his showcase his comedic skills in a few brief but funny moments.But despite a few funny moments, Meet Dave is nothing but an excessively commercialised family comedy which is big on budget but short on comedy and lacking in enough positive virtues to make it even one of Eddie Murphy's better bad films.
(jp) wrote: Great movie. Shows there are other black stars than Will Smith