The Brass Teapot
When a couple discovers that a brass teapot makes them money whenever they hurt themselves, they must come to terms with how far they are willing to go.
- Stars:Laurence Fishburne, Bradley Whitford, Anika Noni Rose, Mykelti Williamson, Deanna Dunagan, Melinda McGraw, Martin Landau, Juno Temple, Michael Angarano, Alexis Bledel, Billy Magnussen, Alia Shawkat, Bobby Moynihan, Steve Park, Ben Rappaport, Lucy Walters, Jack McBrayer, Debra Monk, Michael Delaney, Tara Copeland, Thomas Middleditch, Bob McClure,
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Jason L (us) wrote: Great movie. Scarlett Johansson kills it in her role as a "Jersey" girl...
Kenneth B (ag) wrote: Incredibly boring. Nothing happens. And then a little more nothing happens. People die off in fairly mundane ways that have been done better with more dramatic effect in much better movies. The entire time you're expecting some kind of awesome twist that almost every good sc-fi movie gives you, and it just doesn't come.
Miguel R (nl) wrote: A dreadful combination of animation and live action, Osmosis Jones holds an interesting idea, but doesn't know what to do with it
DC F (es) wrote: Plays like a Lifetime movie with less than great acting and way worse dialog except for Dee Snider's Captain Howdy character. Watch this once for Captain Howdy. He had potential if Snider worked on this maybe longer.
Charlie M (fr) wrote: Silly Pamela Lee action vehicle that is terribly directed and acted.
Ken S (es) wrote: Eric Roberts gives a surprisingly fantastic and disturbing performance as Paul Snider, a Canadian Pimp and Hustler who meets a beautiful young girl (portrayed by Mariel Hemingway) and takes her away off to Los Angeles to be in Playboy, and when even Hef smells a creep, and when things stop going the controlling and psychopathic Snider's way...things turn deadly. It's all based on the true to life tale of 1980 Playmate of the Year Dorothy Stratten's murder. Roberts is really great in the role, which is surprising to me as I've never really been all that impressed with his work before I saw this. Fosse was really a quite talented director, even if his output of films was fairly short, he made some kind of an impact on cinema.
BERNARD W (gb) wrote: a magnificent movie. lost count of number of times I have watched it. A timeless film.5+++++
Jamie D (nl) wrote: It is made exceptionally well, with a beautifully cinematic opening shot, plenty of well filmed sequences and finished with a pretty epic ending. Joe Cornish does a good job of directing considering it is his debut feature, just not so sure about the script. For a horror/action comedy, the laughs are quite few. This is mainly down to the fact that the characters are not likeable at all, with the exception of Nick Frost and Luke Treadaway's characters. The horror in the film is actually quite shocking. In a good way because it is so unexpected. There is alot here for gorehounds to sink their teeth into and there are some scares to be had. There are various action sequences that are impressive and visually exciting.Overall, worth a watch because of all the hype. If the characters were likeable, this could have been much better. Not a bad debut for Joe Cornish though. :)
Justin R (ru) wrote: A descent war movie about the turning point in the pacific in WWII featuring an ensemble cast which also includes Robert Mitchum, Robert Wagner, Cliff Robertson, Tishiro Mifune, Hal Hoolbrook, Tom Selleck and Pat Morita