Ben, who dreamed of himself as a comic in New York, is back in Paris, his professional and emotional life in complete disarray. He encounters Alex, the star host of the Breakfast Club, a popular morning radio show. With Cyril, a forty-something who'd prefer not to be, and Arnold, the charismatic leader of the gang, they call the shots on Blast FM. In next to no time Ben is hired to write for them. He's barely joined the team when a tidal wave hits the station: Breakfast Club listenership is in free fall. They set out on a bus to travel to every corner of France to meet and win over their public once again. For these arrogant Parisians, a real journey of initiation arises from this radio-phonic road trip, shaking up all their certainties.
Tim M (ag) wrote: Excellent, stylish modern kung fu movie. "there are strains of steampunk, manga and silent film comedy, with video-game touches."
Tristan M (ru) wrote: Interesting film, something that's seen less and less. It does a pretty good job, but still I wasn't sure what to rate it, either 6 or 7 out of 10. It is a pretty violent, gory film, something that really surprised me. It has good effects, good story and looks very real for the most part. The acting and script was pretty good, it had some bad moments, and in fact was a little deprived at times of diologe, because of the main characters vow of silence. He does speak, and is a pretty cool and badass character, until there's women involved. It's supposed to be about the 'magnificent seven' but other than our main guy, nobody seems that magnificent. Their just a few ragtag people who were put into a group and of course are unbeatable. I don't know how historically correct this film is, but it seems a little far fetched to me. Anyway it's entertaining to watch, the story is cool, and it's over the top brutal and gory. Some of the gore looks fake and CGI, but at the same time it dosent, and for the most part it all looks strikingly real. The characters are good and liked, except of course the king their fighting against. The ending was good, with a great heroic and sad last battle, in which I thought might end in a twist but didn't. Anyway pretty good, summed up by the words, awkward, gory, authentic. The only reason this movie really holds up at all is because there is no competition, no movies that are about this topic that take it seriously without the use of witches of magic and crap like that.
Ben S (it) wrote: This was the most entertaining stylized action movie (sharing the same sub-genre as the likes of Sin-City, 300) I've ever seen. I recommend it to anyone even remotely interested in anime or in the mood for action.
Deejay R (it) wrote: Suspense move with a twited ending. Check this movie out if you haven't already.
Lee G (jp) wrote: I had no idea. Well, I did and I didn't. I've enjoyed the Star Trek films and television programs, but never to this level. This documentary is fascinating, bizarre, and completely entertaining. Often times it's laugh-out-loud funny as well as heart-touching. There are some segments that might bring a tear to your eye. Star Trek has changed lives for the better.
Chernor Jaila B (es) wrote: i just love the action
AD V (au) wrote: The good news is this is James Woods at his cynical best delivering some great lines. The bad news is the murder-mystery story is jumbled, confusing and will make you yell out loud (like I did) "That's it?!" when the end of the film comes to an abrupt halt. Still Woods was born for the role and plays it to the hilt.
Senor C (kr) wrote: Next time you take your car to the corner store, spray your aerosol cans or scarf down a Big Mac & throw your non biodegradable wrapper out the window you just think of poor poor Leslie Nielsen being mauled by a bear or Andrew Stevens being attacked by a mountain lion & realize you could have prevented it all dammit!! ..it's enough to make an Indian cry
Jason C (it) wrote: If you are a fan of any of TJ Miller's work or silicon valley you'll probably like this movie. Same typical stuff for a wedding/hangover type movie. Worth a few laughs and has a plausible happy ending. Also fun scene with Garfunkel and Oates
Dinar Sinta Augustina D (jp) wrote: Quest for the broken pieces of a ,agic mirror.. a bit slow