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Leam W (ru) wrote: Promising start, but the film ultimately runs out of ideas and falls back on old ideas. 5.0/10
Durell B (jp) wrote: There's is so much that doesn't work here I have no idea where to begin. 30 Minutes or Less improperly uses every cast member down to the side characters. Let's start with the antagonist Danny McBride and Nick Swardson which are two low lifes who spend their days blowing up watermelons and watching horror movies. McBride lives with his father who won $10 million in the lottery. In clear comedy fashion McBride wants his father to drop dead so he can inherit what is left of the winnings. So what's the next logical step, let a stripper talk you into killing your father so you can get it. Sounds funny right? Here are the problems. Swardson is the partner in crime who is a bomb expert. He displays low level intelligence, yet he is extremely proficient in bomb making. Really!? Bring into the equation lead characters Jesse Eisenberg and Aziz Ansari. Eisenberg plays a pizza delivery driver and Ansari is his best friend who is a substitute teacher. Both make a good match but are never given any material worthy of their talents. Eisenberg is captured by McBride and Swardson and has a bomb strapped to his chest and told to rob a bank to get $100,000, so someone else can kill his father. Ok. Let me get this straight. The plan is to rob a bank for 100k, so you can then give that to someone else to kill your father, so you can end up with your fathers money. Would it not have been easier to A) rob bank yourself B) kill your own father C) have your pawn rob more than $100,000 making the whole killing of your father unnecessary. There were many alternatives that a normal person would explore before threatening a civilian and having them rob a bank for money you're going to use to get more money. It makes no sense and a plot hole that big can't be ignored. The only saving grace was Michael Pena who plays the two bit hustler hired to kill McBride's father. He was hysterical and extremely under utilized. But in a film this painfully awful, its good his presence was more in favor of less face time rather than overuse. At a running time of just under 90 minutes, 30 Minutes or Less title felt more like a factual statement than a witty tagline. Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer's debut film was around the same length but was fully engaging, fleshed out its characters and literally had rules set within the film to abide by at all times. 30 MOL never explored its characters, cashing in instead for a quick rush job with no style, no energy and poorly conceived plot points. Boring throughout and completely unfunny except for Pena.
Penelope T (jp) wrote: Although I find it difficult to believe that any Israeli would accidentally retrieve an etrog in place of a lemon for salad (on Succot especially), I still loved this movie. Heartwarming and special.
bill s (mx) wrote: With the talent on hand you'd think the movie would be something....it is,it's mediocre.
Jean J (au) wrote: very good suspence thriller
Shane J (au) wrote: Hogan does the tutu! this could have prob been a lot of fun but they took it to way to childish level. The villians are dreadfully way to ott its ridiculas. they should have just kept it home alone with hogan getting wipped out by the kids every 5 mins. Guess it ws fun naming the wrestlers that appear in the 1st 2 mins
Carlos G (it) wrote: La re-veo de nuevo cada 2 aos o cosa as, si. Extraordinario y hermoso "ensayo ficticio" de Chris Marker, es una introspeccin humanista sobre la memoria y la percepcin personales, en un mundo a la vez fragmentado y en el que cada pedacito tiene eco o referencia en otros.
Arthur F (nl) wrote: No actors could have saved this meager, sometime downright silly scenario, not even Mitchum and Monroe who tried but failed. This film is a Rotten Tomato.