One, Two, Many
A modern-day romance that follows one man's quest to find the girl of his dreams: one who wants to do it with him and another girl.
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Eric H (mx) wrote: The movie was OK and not one of Chris Rocks funniest but the movie is about how strongly you do love your wife.
JH K (gb) wrote: En que cojones estaria pensando Fincher para malgastar su limitado y valioso tiempo cinematografico en esta cosa, mero telefilme insustancial y carente de todo tipo de interes y emocion.Viendo el reparto delante y detras de las camaras es salvable, claro, hay toneladas de talento y buen saber hacer... pero para que? Una perdida de tiempo y recursos.
M K (kr) wrote: It's obvious why Oshii didn't direct this himself--the script just isn't up to his usual standard.
Brian B (ag) wrote: This is probably one of the deepest films made in years. Edward Norton made an incredible lead performance that drives the movie well. This film can be hard to watch at times and it may not be for everyone with its intense action and violence but the overall message of the movie is well thought out and is quite moving. Even the most violent of people can change as seen by Derek when he becomes friends with a black man when he was in prison. Behind all the violence lies a great message that is pretty motivational. Its plot details how black and white people despise each other and often get in fights and even kill each other. The movie details how brothers Derek and Danny both try to turn themselves around from their harsh life. All of their friends are racist and both of them fear their friends turning on them if they try to leave their gang. The ending is tragic and it's hard to watch. It gets me every time but it's fitting. This is a really amazing film. It has a great story and a great message. All of this combines to make one of the best movies in the 90's. As long as you can get by the gore and action then this will likely be a film for you. This is a must see film for all fans of drama movies.
Farron K (jp) wrote: Hidden gem of a '90s kids movie. The story is the usual stuff, nothing amazing. It is notable though that it humanizes Tom and Jerry by letting them speak (becoming BFFs, naturally), and also features a female protagonist, which in the '90s was a much bigger deal than it is now. The songs (because there must be songs) are actually pretty decent for a non-Disney movie, and the animation is solid. It's only about 1 1/2 hours, so it feels wanting in terms of content, but for kids it will be about as long as they can stand. Overall, a great movie to watch with kids or simply for nostalgia.
David B (au) wrote: Where am I? I don't seem to be anywhere. If death is like this, I don't think much of it. Everything's gone; people, trees, birds, wine. Well, up yours!
Tommy H (es) wrote: This movie is awesome!
Evan H (gb) wrote: do i hate this movie. I definitly recomend skiping home on the range. except for Jennifer Tilly, who's always funny