Travis and Wendell are two down-on-their-luck New Yorkers who think they're relocating to a small town in Nebraska to open a nightclub. What they don't know is they have actually been abducted by a KGB operative and flown to the Soviet Union, where they'll unwittingly serve as "experts" on all things cool in America. The town, created expressly for KGB spies-in-training is meant to serve as a training ground for Soviet agents. What can these two hapless Americans possibly teach the Soviet spies and will they ever learn they are not actually in Nebraska?
- Stars:John Travolta, Arye Gross, Kelly Preston, Deborah Foreman, James Keach, Jan Rubes, Brian Doyle-Murray, Charles Martin Smith, Mimi Maynard, Eve Brent, Rick Ducommun, Steve Levitt, Tony Edwards, Jack Ammon, Marc Reid,
- Country:Canada, USA
- Director:Dave Thomas,
- Writer:Steven Greene (story), Eric Alter (story), Nick Thiel (screenplay), Steven Greene (screenplay), Eric Alter (screenplay)
When Travis and Wendell are kidnapped while on their way to opening a nightclub in rural Nebraska. The KGB spy Cameron Smith takes them to the U.S.S.R. instead with the intention of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(au) wrote: another vehicle for Luc Besson, action packed but lacking much plausability
(jp) wrote: What a lovely film. Margaret obviously has no idea what she is talking about.
(br) wrote: This movie is just awful. I laughed once, maybe twice. It's one of those movies that you end up feeling bad for the director who obviously needed a project to get some money to do something he/she really wanted to do. How unoriginal can a movie be? How lazy can the acting be? Who knows. This movie just sucks to the point that it might be one of the most forgettable movies I've ever seen. I'm just glad Kevin Smith didn't keep going down this road.
(kr) wrote: Great Movie, Great Action and special effects. Christian bale is too good.
(ca) wrote: Watching with my Baba.. I <3 Barbie Movies, they are cool ??
(jp) wrote: amazing film. absolutely hilarious, perfectly made. one of the greatest films of the millennium.
(au) wrote: I actually cried out loud in this film, it was my first year in a boarding school!
(nl) wrote: ?? Jason Statham ??
(us) wrote: OMG! Hilariously awkward. The beginning is a little slow, but it really is good. We laughed out loud throughout the performance at the end.
(mx) wrote: The Abyss should just be called The Abyssmal. As it was just that bad. Admittedly it's taken me twenty or so more years to watch it but atleast now I know the reason for that. From the way the world has been since that film, we've showed we've not learnt one damn thing.
(nl) wrote: This didn't really feel like Pee-Wee.
(us) wrote: Turns out to be kind of exhausting, unfortunately, but you have to respect them for really going all-in on the juvenile slapstick and escalating weirdness. This is a movie that not only features a pie fight, but also a spray paint/manure/brown sauce/soap fight, not to mention Rita Tushingham dressed as a cat while lacing some liquor with laxatives. And the songs are a hoot, especially since they're mostly in voiceover and frequently both tone-deaf and screamed at high volume.
(us) wrote: A&C aren't really in this movie a lot. But when they are they shine.
(nl) wrote: You got to go old school, and James Cagney takes you there with your mouth open.. The real meaning of Gangsta
(br) wrote: Often unfairly seen as the weakest of the series, it is actually the most fun. Sure, the action doesn't start until very late (but really delivers then), but the quirky ideas, outrageous production design and world building make this a highlight of the series. It also helps that two great Tina Turner songs frame the film, making it an 80s lovechild in post-apocalyptic clothes.