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Kc L (ru) wrote: Not bloody and poor storyline. The prequel is even better than this.
Lauri D (ca) wrote: The script just thuds along.
Yash B (gb) wrote: What shines in this film, are the actual story sequences that while very silly, are also very imaginative. This movie is very underrated in my opinion, it's a lot better than most of Adam Sandler's recent efforts. It's clever and funny and I was invested in the unique premise. It does rely on a lot of immature humor but overall it's a sweet movie that I personally had a good time with.
Brian F (au) wrote: Any movie that has the audacity to devote 5:21 of its run time to include a montage set to the full-length version of Phil Collins' "In the Air Tonight" deserves to be the second-best movie of 2009. Power is the greatest air-drummer the world has ever known...he just has to prove it. My friends, this is a prime example of 'Crazy Movie Night,' it is 2009's Hot Rod.
Angela D (br) wrote: I have seen some pretty cheesy zombie movies in my life, and this movie has to be up there in the top five.
Scott C (it) wrote: It was interesting, but I was a bit disappointed, because it lacked a bit of the Richard Linklater magic touch.
Pedro G (es) wrote: Pretty solid for a french cop flick!
Toni H (us) wrote: This movie is suprisingly good! Lou Diamond Phillips does a good job in it and it is kind of touching at the end!
Chris H (kr) wrote: While the film has a fantastic premise and a fairly strong first act, it quickly loses focus. This prevents it from being a great horror film and leaving it as just a decent one.
Robert B (au) wrote: Suicide Kings (Peter O'Fallon, 1997)[originally posted 22Oct2000]Oddly, almost everything I said above about Grosse Pointe Blank can be applied to Suicide Kings, though O'Fallon (probably best known as one of the stable of directors behind Northern Exposure) paid a little more attention to detail, and thus came up with a better film. Six twentysomethings (think a 1997 version of the cast of Boiler Room) are in need of a large amount of cash very quickly, for reasons that aren't clear at the beginning of the film, and they decide the best way to get it is to kidnap a crime figure (Christopher Walken, in perhaps the most normal role I've ever seen from him) and hold him for ransom in an out-of-the-way place. Murphy's Law, of course, goes into play almost immediately, as they pick a crime boss who's no longer involved in the crime business. And things get dumber from there.Sound vaguely familiar? It should. This reminds me in many ways of O'Fallon's homage to Quentin Tarantino's masterpiece, Reservoir Dogs, except that the object of this heist is capable of delivering one-liners and using his crime-boss prowess to work the kidnappers off one another. The kidnappers themselves, almost all of whom have gone on to bigger and better things, have the same kind of fragile repertoire as Tarantino's color-coded jewel thieves, while Walken's character's connections, the Slimy Lawyer (Cliff DeYoung) and the Enforcer (Denis Leary), might as well just be out of thirties pulp detective novels. (In this situation, that's a good thing.) The atmosphere and lighting is sufficiently murky. The only thing that's missing is Jay Mohr reprising Michael Madsen's memorable dance to "Stuck in the Middle with You."Where O'Fallon breaks the mold, though, and makes this into something more than an homage, is with Johnny Galecki, who plays the son of the owner of the house where the kidnappers are hiding their prey. As an innocent who gets caught up in the espionage a la Patty Hearst, Galecki truly shines in a way he never has before and stamps himself as one of Hollywood's Great Underrated. Even if the rest of the movie were mediocre, Galecki's performance alone would be worth the cost of a video rental. Thankfully, O'Fallon gives you a whole lot more. *** 1/2
meghan k (it) wrote: This film makes a complete joke out of Shakespeare's classic tale. It is fair to say that is has it's entertaining moments, but those moments are due solely to the amount of outlandish events that drive the plot of this film. Sprinkled with nudity, sexuality, and violence, this film is sure to entertain but is not intended for a classic Shakespearean audience.
Lee M (br) wrote: A deeply religious movie about the tricky ways our lives are graced by God.