Surprised that their contract victim didn't try to run away from them, two professional hit men try to find out who hired them and why.
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D M (it) wrote: Larry David playing a very Larry David-ish character living on Martha's Vineyard Massachusetts. He has altered his appearance and changed his name to hide the fact he made an embarrassing business decision years before which cost him a billion dollars. His hidden identity comes close to being discovered when, 10 years later, his former boss starts to build a house on the small island. A lot of very funny dialogue and great comedic actors (including Danny McBride having some Kenny Powers-ish moments). The ending is great, exactly what you'd expect by something written by Larry David.
Brad D (it) wrote: I saw This at a Reenactment Movie Premier.. I have not seen the first one but after watching this i really want to !! This was a great film
Squall C (nl) wrote: This film is made up of basically 5-7 scenes. Maybe that's why it feels like it went by so quickly. I'm still not sure what I feel about this film, but Shinken Pink was good to see again!
Daniel D (br) wrote: Uma menina sofre um acidente de carro com sua familia e entra em coma, enquanto isso sua alma fica vagando pelo hospital e vendo o que est ocorrendo, quando descobre que sua familia morreu e que restaram apenas seus avs e seu namorado xarope...
Richard B (mx) wrote: A brutal thriller done with little dialogue and two ferocious leads refusing to give up. The violence is frequently extreme yet always with the message that it can only lead to more violence.
Sylvester K (ag) wrote: Made more sense than Ghost Ship, better than average made for TV film from Sci-fi channel. Once again, Sci-fi really needs to get the special effect up a notch.
Tahj C (au) wrote: I loved the Thomas and Friends series when I was a kid. I liked it and it will always feel like a classic to me.
TonyPolito (mx) wrote: This film's 30-year absence, like that of a died-young Hollywood or rock star, has accumulated the film a nearly legendary status inside the industry - which may or may not be fully deserved. A set of fictional, slice-of-life, plotless vignettes portraying slaughterhouse worker Sanders' day-to-day struggle to survive and hold values while living in the 1970s Watts ghetto. Sanders' depressed state falls from his realization that he and those around him, unable to ethically escape their social/financial plight, are not so not unlike the placid, milling livestock awaiting their turn down the chute of death, his knowing that there is a much larger killer of sheep about. Shot on a B&W shoe-string budget toward a UCLA film school thesis project, it drips with rough editing and continuity - that increment the aura of gritty realism. Total reliance on Watts locations and neophyte Watts actors evidences clear influence of Italian neorealism. Prohibitive soundtrack costs left the master rotting in the can. The film was lavished with solid reviews at debut, due to its stark contrast with black-exploitation films of the day, and ended up on the Library of Congress' National Film Registry. A UCLA-restored version re-debuted in 2000. Opinions as to whether this film is worthy of its kudos will vary wildly. The slaughterhouse analogy is insightful, honest and difficult to deny. There are many subtle, poignant moments that touch and persuade. However, lack of plot will cause many a viewer to pan it. And while this black director's cultural effort may have been singular and persuasive in its day, it just does not stand so tall against the talented work of current black directors (eg, Spike Lee's persuasive "When the Levees Broke.") RECOMMENDATION: Worthy viewing, but lack of plot and pace demands extraordinary patience of the viewer.
Katie H (mx) wrote: O looks interesting...
Ryan W (jp) wrote: Timeless classic that made me cave in and buy the complete series
Les E (fr) wrote: Great characters make this OK film noir worth watching.
Rikard B (au) wrote: ?nd ganska hyfsad version av Dracula men nja.
Barry T (de) wrote: A so so prequel all about how Hannibal became a cannibal. It looks smart but lacks bite but its an ok watch.
Spencer H (it) wrote: This was one of my favorite movies as a kid.
Joel V (jp) wrote: Me enamor de Carla.