Mangin, a police inspector in Paris, leans hard on informants to get evidence on three Tunisian brothers who traffic in drugs. He arrests one, Simon, and his girl-friend Noria. Simon's brothers go to their lawyer. He springs Noria, who promptly steals 2 million francs that belong to the Tunisians. They suspect her of the theft; her life as well as the lawyer's is in danger. Meanwhile, Noria is playing with both the lawyer and Mangin's affections. Mangin is mercurial anyway: intimidating and bloodying suspects, falling for a police commission trainee before flipping for Noria, wearing his emotions on his sleeve. Can he save the lawyer and Noria, and can he convince her to love?
Art L (br) wrote: Hilarious movie. Outrageous characters.
Grail S (nl) wrote: Celine Dion walks into a bar and the bartender says, "Why the long face?"
Jackie S (nl) wrote: I liked Down in the Valley. I have Down in the Valley on DVD. Tobe and Harlan were in my favorites in Down in the Valley
Jonathan B (de) wrote: Worst piece of shit ever. R-rated after-school special.
Richard L (ca) wrote: A great comedy with great acting. It is the type of movie that you can watch over and over again and still laugh and find new things.
Kenneth K (ag) wrote: Tobe Hooper ?????????????Alien?Space Vampire ?Zombie?The Thing?????????????????????????
Carlos D (ru) wrote: That music! Take me back to my teens years... oh! What en este...
Mark N (ca) wrote: Chronically slow and devoid of strong characters or plot to carry story, despite some decent actors. The slow pace highlights every failing and the script tends to repeat the obvious action and kills the pace without heightening anything.Ultimately a dull story that hints at magic and mystery but instead delivers passionless farming accidents.
Samantha G (nl) wrote: Very strange most of the time and only a few memorable moments. Definitely not one of Mel Brooks' better movies.
Suraj S (us) wrote: It's not a movie you're going to remember. It is one of those throwaway bland family movies that you can watch just to pass the time.
Carlos I (ru) wrote: A truly bizarre and psychedelic trip that should at least keep Lewis fans entertained. There's no gore, or anything like that. Rather it's an experimental piece dealing with psychics and witchcraft, so keep your expectations in check.
Jens T (ag) wrote: As L.Q. Jones said:"The perfect saturday movie" which is absolutly true. Two old cowboy recalling the good old days and have theres last adventure together. can it be anything better?
Anna B (au) wrote: All of Jordan's shortcomings stuffed into one irritating, unfunny, painfully stupid package; the broad, juvenile comedy; the yelling and screaming in place of drama; the hysterically fluctuating tone. And none of his good qualities are there to balance it out. The romance between Hannah and Guttenberg is one of the worst things I've ever seen in a movie.
Anthony G (br) wrote: This prequel to the #1 family classic of all time does have its unfortunate points, especially having a completely different studio release it.
Solomon E (mx) wrote: Not the "worst" horror movies I've seen, that's something...right?