The Details

The Details

When a family of raccoons discover worms living underneath the sod in Jeff and Nealy's backyard, this pest problem begins a darkly comic and wild chain reaction of domestic tension, infidelity and murder.

Seemingly blind to the actual cracks in his marriage, a doctor (Tobey Maguire) blames a family of destructive raccoons for the problems in his home life. The pest problem then begins a darkly comic and wild chain reaction of domestic tension, infidelity and murder. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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khalid m (it) wrote: Nice filmnice storyawesome music

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Stella D (au) wrote: my least favorite of the trilogy is still great. the various layers, in jokes and reference to the previous films have become staggering by this time so don't approach without preparation (watching the other two films in the series)

Jason D (jp) wrote: I will admit, I own this movie on Blu Ray. I was actually surprised to see it at 67% on the tomatometer. The movie is absolutely a guilty pleasure but, it is a tremendous amount of fun. Where the first movie was horror mixed with comedy this one is comedy mixed with horror. The gremlins in this movie are extremely silly and a lot of pop culture references are made which is what makes this movie guilty. A movie that has Christopher Lee as a mad scientist, Hulk Hogan, and Tony Randall as the voice of the brainy gremlin makes for a very fun time. This movie does make fun of itself and never takes itself too seriously and neither should you. Same director, same producer, and same leading cast, but feels like a completely different movie from the first. If you are looking for just a fun time with a few of your friends at home one night, may I suggest "Gremlins 2: The New Batch"

jwasu r (es) wrote: adorable and true, even if it's predictable. Listening to the commentary by Diane Lane and Laura Dern on the DVD is great if you're a fan of that period in film and music. See this movie if you have even a passing interest in the riot grrl thing. I swear that the Stains sound like they're on K records. Chicken or egg anyone?

Ludovic F (gb) wrote: Un film qui a marqu toute une poque ! Ok, Blier en fait parfois des tonnes pour choquer le bourgeois, mais le film est sympathique et jouissif avec des acteurs (mention spciale au regrett Patrick Dewaere) tous au sommet de leur art.

Donald W (gb) wrote: This movie was made at the peak of Marilyn Monroe and Robert Mitchum's popularity. It's a Western because it is set in the old west but it's really a romance story. The story was set in a fictional gold rush camp on a fictional river that flowed down to a fictional town. They filmed the river shots with stunt doubles on a river in Idaho and the outdoor mountain scenes in Canada with the actors. At least at the end of the movie they acknowledge that it was filmed in Canada. Today they film movies in Canada and take the Canadian government's subsidies without any acknowledgements. Back then there were no government subsidies to make movies. The story is full of clichs. The Marilyn Monroe looks good in the Saloon girl dresses and in the blue jeans while going down the river. I doubt that any woman wore blue jeans in the 1800's. The trip down the river gave them an excuse to get her wet in a white blouse. In order to justify the trip down the rapids they had to have hostile Indians chasing them. They never explained why the Indians were trying to kill them. If he was squatting on the Indian's land he was in danger even if he had a rifle. They didn't have anything the Indians would want once they left the farm and cabin. Then the Indians kept letting themselves get shot. The real Indians in the old west weren't that stupid. They would never have been in range of the rifle. They probably wouldn't have let themselves be seen. And why did she keep dragging that guitar around. If I were shooting the rapids the last thing I would bring would be a guitar. But they needed Marilyn to sing during the movie. At one point in the movie they had Robert Mitchum's character try to force himself on Marilyn's character. I thought he was the good guy. She's supposed to be a Saloon girl. If she is supposed to fall in love with him, let him be a nice guy about it and let her be a little bit more receptive. You never felt like the two main characters really cared about each other during the movie. The ending when he takes her out of the Saloon it seems like a forced ending.

Karsh D (br) wrote: Still enjoyable enough despite that stupid boy character. Tarzan prevents animals being smuggled out of the jungle