Shortkut - The Con Is On
A talented, hardworking scriptwriter finds his Bollywood dreams shattered when a buffoon steals his screenplay and rides it to superstardom.
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Isaac D (nl) wrote: If you like the show, you'd prolly be more enthused. There's some good self-referential humor, but the whole cartoon future dystopia has been DONE.
Jamie C (jp) wrote: Different in its own ways, Kind of creepy first half then turned into every other horror film put together but worth a watch.
Steve K (ca) wrote: Oh hey, a movie about stupid people getting eaten by sharks, cool... hey where did that giant saltwater crocodile come from? What the heck is this film about anyway? Does it even matter?Not really.
Luke M (ru) wrote: A beautiful anomaly in the filmography of a famous horror director, Meryl Streep's inspired performance about bringing music into young people's lives is a great feelgood movie.
Ryan C (it) wrote: "The Spy Who Shagged Me" is funny and outrageous, yes, but it's just recycled gags from the first Austin Powers film.
Garrett T (br) wrote: Another Verhoeven film I'm just dying to see!
Ashley H (ca) wrote: Cause for Alarm is an amazing film. It is about Mr. Jones who is a invalid husband that wrongly thinks his wife and doctor are conspiring to kill him and outlines that suspicion in letter. Loretta Young and Barry Sullivan give amazing performances. The screenplay is well written. Tay Garnett did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the mystery and drama. Cause for Alarm is a must see.
Sgt C (de) wrote: (49%)More or less a filmed stage play using one take camera trickery with joins you could park a bus between. At less than 90 minutes long this still struggles to fill what little it has to say, much of which is centred around two friends who commit "the perfect murder". The glaring problem here is that the perfect murder is one that involves both the killing and disposal of the victim without any incriminating evidence upon the killers at all, so the very idea of strangling someone (not a spoiler as it happens within the first five minutes) then putting the corpse inside chest could only be considered perfect by a couple of idiots. There is some interest involving the ethics of the state power over the lives of the masses, but overall I found it hard to care about anyone or indeed anything. For cinema fans this is of course worth a look, but for me I'd stick with some of Hitchcock's less monotonous offerings.
Adam R (br) wrote: It has some charm and humor, but it is uneven. It also wasn't what I was expecting as I thought it was going to be more like the television series. I was surprised and delighted to hear a Louis Armstrong rendition of the classic Disney song "'Bout Time" at the end credits though. (First viewing - Late teen years)
Sam M (us) wrote: Having different looks at morality with great action and great acting makes for an exceptionally fantastic and unique look at the superhero genre when most of the superhero movies we get are all the same