Two down on their luck childhood friends struggle to figure out their lives. Ray a drummer in a rock and roll band, and Owen an aspiring film maker spend most of their time working menial jobs and drinking. When Owen's fiancé Lynn breaks off their engagement he finds himself spiraling, and allows Ray to come along with him to a two bit film festival he has been invited to in Kansas. There Owen makes several attempts to patch up his relationship, while Ray scams them into a deluxe suite at the local Four Seasons hotel by posing as Wally Shawn's son (who happens to be receiving a lifetime achievement award) and generally causes a major ruckus. By the end, Owen decides to make some changes in their relationship and in his life.
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Kimbo S (es) wrote: Highly entertaining doco about the evils of the Abrahamic faiths, the damage it causes in modern society.
Mohammed A (au) wrote: This movie is trying to say something very important in funny way
David D (kr) wrote: Fabulous film with an excellent plotline and great twist. I can't believe this wasn't written by Philip K Dick!!!!!!!!!
Vincent V (fr) wrote: Hilarious movie staring Nick Scotti as a straight boy looking for a flat and thinks that "gwm" means guy with money.
Edward C (mx) wrote: The only redeeming quality is the gorgeous manner in which Paris is photographed.
Michael W (us) wrote: The heart of this film is the interplay between Joe Pesci and Marisa Tomei which is FANTASTIC! They really elevate this film to wonderfully enjoyable.
Danny R (gb) wrote: College graduate goes to work for shady business in this boring unsuccessful attempt at satire.
Fernando C (ru) wrote: Not as good as the first one, but keeps the mad max esense and has great chase sequences
Simon T (gb) wrote: Gloriously funny and affectionate send up of a typical 1930s double-bill. Larry Gelbart and Sheldon Keller's screenplay is stuffed with every clich going, and several new ones: they also shoe-horn a bunch of laugh-out-loud doubles entendres for those viewers who really listen. Stanley Donen elicits marvellous deadpan performances from the whole cast, and clearly has a ball revisiting his MGM years. An overlooked gem.
Alex r (ag) wrote: Pumping Iron is the classic documentary about the sport of body building and follows Arnold Schwarzenegger as he competes for the title of Mr. Olympia. Aside from Schwarzenegger, Lou Ferrigno is competing against him, and is one of the biggest body builders in the 1975 competition. Pumping Iron is a compelling film, one that documents an interesting sport. Nowadays, Mr. Olympia is different, but back in the 1970's, you can clearly see the sport for what it was, a pure expression of trying to craft a muscular physique. Now, bodybuilders seem to push boundaries that are absolutely insane, almost abnormal. With Pumping Iron, which follows the 1975 Mr. Olympia competition, you see bodybuilders with a more natural looking muscle build. I really enjoyed the film, and thought it was a fine documentary that chronicled this interesting sport. For fans of the sport, this is a must see, and it definitely gives you an insight behind the scenes as to how body builders prepare for the event. The star of the film is of course Arnold Schwarzenegger and he really steals the show here. I really enjoyed the film, and thought it was a fine documentary on this interesting sport. If you hold an interest in the sport, or are interested in the subject, Pumping Iron is an engaging film that follows song of Bodybuilding most important contenders of the 1975 season. This is a well thought out film, one that definitely shows us an aspect of the sport that we rarely see. Fans will enjoy this one, and it also might be a worthwhile viewing for non body building fans as well simply for the fact that Arnold Schwarzenegger is in it.
Matthew D (ru) wrote: Shakespearean actor, Edward Lionheart (Price) had supposedly committed suicide after his performance is harshly ridiculed by snobbish critics. Later, the critics begin to die in a variety of gory ways, strangely reminiscent of Shakespeare's work. A fun-filled horror/comedy that is not to be missed.Rated: R
David B (br) wrote: This can only really be described as a western detective film, good characters and an interesting plot plus some good action makes this a nice entertaining film
Dorianator F (ag) wrote: Okay movie. Billy Bob Thornton is great as usual. But the movie is pretty dumb. It's funny at times, but annoying at others.
Isadore H (gb) wrote: A whimsical story about a young boy coming of age, and a stellar cast is a what drew me in. I was more than satisfied with the product, though predicable, manages to be charming and funny mainly through Sam Rockwell. I absolutely loved this film, and I would say it's good for almost anyone to go see
Ronald D (de) wrote: They did a great job using practical EFX. Have no clue how they many of the shots. Though i have an idea on some. Lance has not lost his touch. Great chemistry with the actors. A must see for Horror/Sci-Fi fans who hate CGI in films.