Homicide detective Sean Nault, a cop on a parallel Earth whose technology is powered exclusively by magic. Sean investigates a baffling series of murders committed by a means he's never seen before: science. With the aid of Lenoir, a member of the ridiculed subculture of "pragmatists" who believe science is more than the stuff of myths & children's stories, and the 130-year-old sorcerer Winston Churchill, Sean uncovers an ominous plot that will lead him to another dimension and the realization that, unless he prevents it, both earths could well be destroyed.
Writer:Christos N. Gage (based on the comic book trilogy "Paradox" created by), Christos N. Gage, Ruth Fletcher
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Justin B (ru) wrote: After the meta reboot there really isn't anywhere else to go in continuing the franchise and it definitely shows here. Despite the fact that it's missing a solid purpose, it's fun, clever and energetic.
Gene B (fr) wrote: Saw this cause hes doing an Xmas show here in December (yikes). Strange, yet very funny man. Laughed out loud a couple of times.
Aaron G (it) wrote: Though there is little to relate to, the fact that there is no other movie remotely close to this one makes it worth your time.
Ky K (br) wrote: The atmosphere is good, but it's a plane horror film with poor performances.
Jake W (us) wrote: Slow moving and depressing but still good enough for a watch.
Alex K (es) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.
Jed D (it) wrote: Phil Hartman (R.I.P) uses his dry comedic demeanor and clever wit to make this family-fun film, a success.
Paul D (us) wrote: A fair kids adventure, but the film is completely spoiled by the worst type of cinema cliche possible.
Jordan K (jp) wrote: Couldn't even watch a half hour of this trash. SNL's great, but this was so stupid and dumb, I couldn't stand it. Basically the plot's centering on an alien family with cone shaped heads based on an old SNL sketch who pose as an all-American family, despite their odd cravings and behavior.This may or may not be an unfair review, I got as far as the daughter, Connie, doing teen stuff and hanging around with Chris Farley, but the characters' annoying alien monotone voices are incredibly unbearable and it's odd and completely unfunny to watch. I can't name one part I laughed at. Awful movie.
Mathias S (us) wrote: Good movie. Not much a comedy, good script.
Tio B (ag) wrote: Makavejev's forays into more traditional storytelling carry less appeal for me than his earlier works, but MONTENEGRO still retains plenty of the weirdness of SWEET MOVIE et al., especially in its anarchic comedy and tonal disconnect.
Sean F (br) wrote: Probably one of the funniest films I have ever seen. Tony Curtis' performance was energizing and he will keep you smiling throughout the entire duration of the film. The script was ingenious. John Rich does a tremendous job directing the cast. The cinematography and editing really worked for me too. I Highly recommend it.
Konrad A (de) wrote: A good movie but more creepy every time. I thoughts the ghosts where creepy and what a intense movie! The fighting was good!! I like how Serious black says get a way for my god son and then punched Lucius. I thought that was a funny line. Kids should not see this. But hay what a great movie!!!
Amy D (au) wrote: Paul Newman is just so sexy... :D
Farah R (es) wrote: It's difficult finding a comedy worthy of praise as most have been disappointing of late. And saying the same for This Is Where I Leave You is quite fair. With its long list of great actors, one would expect more.