Barry Egan (Adam Sandler), the owner of a struggling vanity plungers company, is nudged towards a romance with an English woman, all the while being extorted by a phone-sex line run by a crooked mattress salesman, and purchasing stunning amounts of pudding. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Kevin L (ag) wrote: Solid entertainment.
Nuno C (ca) wrote: Horrible sound, horrible editing, and very one sided in it's views. It's incredible to believe that all these facts can be true in such a huge nation. I don't doubt that there are problems in the US but this film will have you believing that we are all doomed... NOW!
David A (jp) wrote: This was kind of disappointing; I just couldn't get into it. I'll give it 2.5 stars since I'm a fan of the originals, but I've seen middle school plays with more convincing acting.
Berneta H (de) wrote: A balloon full of potential that just deflates quite quickly into some sort of gyrating thong fiesta. This film touched upon some very serious issues, and promptly glossed over them. I think one could say that it accurately depicts life in inner city Kingston. But its mishandling of certain extremely serious issues (pedophilia, police brutality, sexual exploitation, etc.), choosing instead to bombard us with images of near naked gyrating women in dancehalls does a serious disservice to this film. Yes, this is a film about Jamaican dancehall life, but at some point it seems to look like your average rap video. Ultimately, we have this potentially amazing story about the female protagonist that never gets fully developed. I was left rather disappointed though simultaneously enlightened.
Jarett B (nl) wrote: It is too bad Van Cleef never became a great action star because his charisma is through the roof. Whether he plays a villian or hero he is tough as nails and cold, with his rat-like glare. This film is an above average spaghetti; it is basically a vehicle for Van Cleef, but it does feature one of the better spaghetti scores (the title theme was used in Kill Bill).
Matija S (kr) wrote: .....This movie is absolutely terrible. The concept of the film is good but everything else is terrible, especially the acting.