P-A-X-497/341, aka “Pax” , a curious young man from the well-ordered but loveless future, travels to present day New Orleans in search of romance novelist Elizabeth Barrett – whose book he has come upon during an archeological dig in the year 3127. Hoping Elizabeth can explain the concept of love to him, which is now nonexistent in his time, Pax embarks on an adventure filled with new discoveries. Elizabeth introduces Pax to life in the year 2011, filled with love, music and of course, destiny. When Pax doesn’t return to the future by the given deadline, Bob, his fellow scientist, travels back in time to find him. Meanwhile, as Elizabeth helps Pax learn about love, she ends up confiding in her colleague, played by Valerie Harper, about her own upcoming “surprise” engagement.
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Richard S (kr) wrote: I'd been looking forward to seeing this and dreading it since it was first announced. I'm a big fan of The Office and it's special brand of painful comedy but something that made The Office extra special was the writing behind it. Gervais and Merchant wrote great comedy but also beautiful heartfelt moments between characters I had grown to love. The final episode of The Office ended in such a perfect way that I couldn't imagine wanting to go back into the character's lives to find out they had all changed or didn't live happily ever after. Plus great TV shows often fail the transfer to the big screen and so I was hoping this wasn't going to taint my memories of a great tv show. Luckily it didn't. A wise choice was to focus solely on David Brent, it would have been an easy option to revisit all of the characters from the show but I think that wouldn't have worked. Here David finds himself working as a sales rep but with dreams of making it big as a rock star. There are a new set of characters, none of which are as memorable as the TV show but they all still provide the laughs and the painfully awkward moments we'd come to expect. Not so much a sequel to The Office, more of a spin off and worth seeing if you're a fan of Ricky Gervais' most famous character.
Keith O (jp) wrote: I thought the movie's a little too "arty" for me, but giving it 3.5 for the brilliant acting and the concept.
Vivian W (mx) wrote: very colourful movie....nice touch to the bollywood...
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Chase F (fr) wrote: Rollin with the Nines is a gritty and realistic gangster film from newcomer Julian Gilbey (a director to watch out for) who later came up with the brilliant Rise of the Foot Soldier. Forget Lock, Stock because this is truly a proper gangster. Violent, brutal and vicious. The shootout easily rival anything that Hollywood has done. With films like this, there's proof that Britain could easily be a force to be reckoned with. The film is savage and contains scenes that have never been done so graphic in england ever. The extreme language adds to the realism as it portrays the violent characters in a perfect light, even the bent copper is portrayal as a nasty C**t. If you ain't seen this one yet then i urge you to see it especially if you are like me from london and proud of it. Vas Blackwood shows a better side of the gangster character in this that is better than the gangster character in Lock, Stock. He rarely show emotion and keeps cool most of the time. Robbie gee proves that he is good at playing it straight as well and his character shows about the same emotion as his partner does. Cool and calm until the shit hits the fan then its a all out war. Rollin with the Nines is a exceptionally filmed movie and yes it does rivals american gangster flicks. After this and Rise of the Foot Soldier, i'm looking forward to what Julian is going to direct next.
Michael M (ag) wrote: Some decent action but overall it's just kind of a generic jungle war movie starring Bruce Willis. Which explains why I really didn't remember it. Monica Bellucci is still sexy in her dirty jungle attire though.
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