Jack, Steve and Goat are East-End Spivs. They spend their time wheeling and dealing wherever and whenever they can. It's not until Jack and the others get involved with a guy called Villa, and they are landed with a big payday they have been waiting for, when they realise what a mess they are into. At the back of the lorry they have smuggled goods in, they find illigal immegrants. Most of them escape but they are left with 2 kids; a boy and a girl, and have to decide what to do with them...Are they going to look after them and feed them, clothe them, love them, etc. or are they going to leave them on the streets of East-End London.
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TTT C (fr) wrote: (***): Thumbs Up I wanted more from this documentary (it is too short in my opinion), but I was kept intrigued enough during it that I will slightly recommend it.
Conrad T (us) wrote: Funny scenes too artificial in the movie.The outback landscape in this continent picked in the movie is good but not as gorgeous as those in the movie Dances with Wolves in my opinion.
bill s (de) wrote: One of the better Grant lightweight comedy offerings.
Adam R (de) wrote: Hilarious! I've never understood why this movie doesn't get more love, because its a great comedy. This is the funniest and best that I've ever seen Martin Lawrence. (First viewing - Late 2001 in theaters)
Kelley H (au) wrote: More like, "Kelley Fool." I don't know how it got in our queue or why we proceeded to watch it. It moved terribly slowly. Despite its artsy appeal it just... was bogged down.
Aaron Y (gb) wrote: The second greatest comedy western of all time.
Carlos M (it) wrote: A stupid teen flick that may be mildly amusing at times but is mostly really silly and forgettable, with awful dialogue and clichs everywhere, being only worth it for its nice '80s songs and not much else.
Raja N (kr) wrote: Maybe when someone has watched over 500 thrillers in his life, he just doesn't appreciate them anymore. I really think it's happening with me, because I know this is a fine flick, but I just couldn't appreciate it enough. It's perfect, it has no flows, and Tilda Swinton is just fantastic in surely one of her best performances ever (omitting Michael Clayton). Like most thrillers, the deep end is highly predictable and plain, and lacks the extra adrenaline dose to have you thrilled, something that should be essential to this genre.
Mark K (us) wrote: An old fashioned western, but a very good film still. John Wayne is excellent in his role.
ginger c (au) wrote: love any thing about horse
Ola G (us) wrote: Johanna Parry (Kristen Wiig) moves to a new town to work as a housekeeper for Mr. McCauley (Nick Nolte), an elderly man who needs help keeping house, and to be a caretaker for McCauley's granddaughter, Sabitha (Hailee Steinfeld). She meets Sabitha's father and McCauley's son-in-law, Ken (Guy Pearce), who does not live with Sabitha or McCauley, but instead resides in Chicago. Sabitha's best friend, Edith (Sami Gayle), tells Johanna that Ken's wife died several years ago. After inviting Johanna and Sabitha to dinner, Ken writes a friendly note to Johanna, which his daughter delivers. Johanna writes a response letter and Sabitha's friend Edith offers to take it to the post office and mail it. Instead, she intercepts the letter and as a cruel joke, the two teenagers forge a love note from Ken, addressed to Johanna. Then they set up a fake email account for Ken. They impersonate him, responding to love emails from Johanna. "Ken" calls her "my only friend". But trust must be evaluated when "Ken" asks Johanna to visit him in Chicago, and she finds out the truth about the man she has fallen in love with..."Hateship Loveship" is a slowpaced film and somewhat focused on more or less unlikable characters. We are used to see Kristen Wiig in comic shapes and characters while in "Hateship Loveship" she is low key, domesticated, quiet and frustratingly "meaningless" as Johanna, even if she carries a strong will. She tries to show her versatility as an actress here, but she is simply better at comedy than drama in my point of view as she ends up just "staring" at herself in an attempt to be dramatic. Guy Pierce plays an unlikable character, but is solid in his performance and so is veteran actor Nick Nolte. Hailee Steinfeld and the cute Sami Gayle delivers solid performances as Sabitha and Edith. The red thread is that love can attract very different people to each other. Forgiveness is another topic in the film and always try to expect the best in other people without judging them for their actions. "Hateship Loveship" is ok, but doesnt reach any indie heights in my book.
Lorie M (mx) wrote: I really wanted to like this movie, as a fan of heigl and a previous fan of the book in my teens. I didn't hate it,but it wasn't particularly thrilling. it didn't really feel like any of the actors were trying to make it believable. The character of Joe Morelli was especially bad casting. It felt like they settled for the first guy with a six pack and a good squinty /cynical cop impression . Overall it was too slow paced!