A down-on-his-luck actor is frustrated with Hollywood and makes a plan to write, direct, and distribute his own project. When the money goes missing, it proves to just be the beginning of an adventure to get it back. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Laughing to the Bank
A down-on-his-luck actor is frustrated with Hollywood and makes a plan to write, direct, and distribute his own project. When the money goes missing, it proves to just be the beginning of an adventure to get it back.
- Stars:Donnie Yen, Yun-Fat Chow, Aaron Kwok, Yitian Hai, Peter Ho, Joe Chen, Xia Zitong, Kelly Chen, Siu-Fai Cheung, Calvin Cheng Ka-Sing, Chung Him Law, Gigi Leung, Steve Turner, Devyn Ashley, Tabitha Brown, Darrel Cherney, Rafael Christian, Brian Hooks, John J. Joseph, Iris Karina, Aaron Liebman, Karl W. Lohninger, Rahul Nath, Laila Odom, Allison Oliver, Irene Park, Curtis Pickett,
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Wendy K (mx) wrote: Toronto International Film Festival 2012. A rebellious teenager forced to repeat her last year of high school is caught between adolescence and adulthood - and between two very different male admirers. " Oh man, I am so glad I ended TIFF 2012 with this movie. The two movies I watched previously were so unengaging and unrelatable, but this film, not only was it completely filmed in Toronto and features an all-Canadian cast, but it is also the directorial debut for the Torontoian director. Plus, plus, plus. The cast has wonderful chemistry between each other (probably helped with the fact that they had 5 days of rehearsal beforehand!), and the film is so charming and hits the mark perfectly on awkward teens in high school and the cool badass kids. I love how Toronto-ish it was, with the multicultural students and the city buildings in the background. Anyway, Tatiana Maslany does a fantastic job in lead. She's apparently 27-years-old but you don't notice her age. She does all the mannerisms of a "don't give a fuck" high school teenager, dabbling in things she shouldn't. I am really impressed with the entire cast really. There is a real improv-like naturalness to their acting that helped make the film so relatable. A couple of us asked the filmmakers at the end of the screening if there were any distribution rumours/info, but unfortunately all they have right now is the a TMN deal. Hopefully this will get some distribution. It's vibrant, realistic and charming.
Samir S (ag) wrote: A Beautiful Letter indeed...
Cathey V (fr) wrote: Oogieloves looks like it will be a fantastic night out for all involved!
Pete S (fr) wrote: A little overbearing, though not entirely unwatchable. Good, but not great performances.
Josh M (it) wrote: Incredibly underrated movie. The storyline is fantastic. Acting is great. The tone is slightly weird and slightly offsetting which fits perfect. The only critique would be some of the scenes are a bit too fake, the acting is almost overdone. Otherwise very enjoyable film. From start to finish there is not one dull moment.
Derek D (es) wrote: Both fucked up and boring. Unlike Kids, there's not much of a narrative, just some messed up kids without adult supervision biking around doing messed up stuff.
Elise C (es) wrote: Just a fun movie all around. I never expected a pairing between Jeff Goldblum and Cyndi Lauper, but they're really funny together.
Guillaume H (fr) wrote: stylish and atmospheric but the lead actress who, to make matters worse , plays a dual role, is truly appalling. So its beautifully gloomy but pretty funny by mishaps.
Addie A (us) wrote: Funny and progressive for its time! :)
Mourad S (it) wrote: This film is very good, but he needs to intervene more deeply in the main character so be aware of where you came all this courage and the Secretariat in this work next to the neglect of some of the roles of assistance is received and used to appear sporadically could benefit from dramatically .., Overall directed by Sidney Lumet it was distinctive and Pacino's performance was fantastic where he was able embodiment role was superbly deserve the Oscar nomination
Cody M (br) wrote: A little padded out, but the magic and two lead performances makes it all pretty watchable.
Skyler B (gb) wrote: This movie is just non-stop. And Catherine Zeta-Jones is pretty hot in it. Also... I don't know, thats it.
Harold S (de) wrote: Was expecting a lot more from this it turned out to be quite the snoozefest.
David S (kr) wrote: The first Saw movie is very near and dear to me. It is a big time personal favorite and have been a fan through the entire franchise. In my opinion, the first Saw is a modern classic. A game changer of the horror genre that spawned off a bunch of sequels. Director James Wan struck gold.
Andy S (nl) wrote: One of my fave films of all time.. The first ever Ealing film.Beautifully written, acted and shot. An excellent 'feel good' film :-)