Alex arrives in a small town to audit the largest employer, Turnbull Chemicals. All the hotel rooms are full with a convention, so he stays at the run-down Michelle Apartments, in the room ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Michelle Apts.
Alex arrives in a small town to audit the largest employer, Turnbull Chemicals. All the hotel rooms are full with a convention, so he stays at the run-down Michelle Apartments, in the room ...
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Jim F (ru) wrote: Managed to watch this movie on a very late flight with a screen that came out of armrest, so it was about 2 inches from my head. It appears that the script writers are feeling obliged with keeping both the old cast in employment. Be done with the old farts and give us a non time travel X-men movie. Fassbender flexing his muscles as Magneto was magnificent
KIT G (ru) wrote: Great chemistry of lead actors, great sound track. Loved the movie. want to see it again.
Sherry M (de) wrote: Somewhat funny. Rock and Chan are appealing actors. Set in Hong Kong this time. Certainly nothing new in the cop-buddy genre.
David L (br) wrote: Completely butchers the book and manages to take the context of the book almost completely out of tone.
MarieAndre G (gb) wrote: Great premise and good actors but the development just didn't do it for me... too much non-sense going on.
Jordan K (ag) wrote: Lethal Weapon 3 is the precise part of the franchise where it realizes it is a successful franchise. A part of the problem with this installment is its typical sequel tropes - catchphrases, returning characters, recreated sequences from the previous films - it's a tiring reminder that this is the third out of what the producers hope to be many Lethal Weapons.Riggs and Martaugh return for a third installment alongside their new partner, Lt. Cole, as they stop a former cop who has turned to running an armory with thousands of cop killer guns to sell to LA gangs.Lethal Weapon 3 is the franchise in itself. The first two are great films and are some of the best action films ever - even the second one proved it was almost as good as the first, holding many of the same elements. Elements in the third is where it goes wrong. Like I said, the film really knows it is alongside Die Hard or Rambo in being successful 1980s action films, and making a sequel to a sequel is inevitable. Some elements that grow very tiring that go side by side with the franchise atmosphere is the return of Joe Pesci. Pesci was brilliant in the first but his character is useless here. He's simply there to draw in crowds - his name is even fit onto the poster just to remind you of the 15 minutes total he is in. His role is not that of an annoying comedic aspect this time - he is there for the presence of Pesci alone, his jokes not working this time, his character lazily put in the last minute. But it does make sense in a filmmaking point of view - Pesci was a huge name between the second and third films, with both Goodfellas and Home Alone in his filmography since. The film also has an annoying habit of tracing back to the previous films. They recreate the bathtub birthday scene from the first film's opening minutes just to remind you "remember that?" Or Pesci's speech about drive thrus in the sequel - he brings it back up, this time about hospitals, like an annoying one trick pony joke. We've heard this stuff before. Lethal Weapon 3 loses the grittiness and badassery of the first two films but it's hard to deny how much Glover and Gibson still work so well together and how their characters never shift towards something incredibly stupid to keep up with fads or something - like Pesci's character. Anyways, Lethal Weapon 3 is forgettable and somewhat regrettable. It loses its substance from the first two.
Brian P (jp) wrote: Angela !! Or should I say the angel of death! This is an 80's classic! Don't piss your life away and watch this camper classic! From power drills to battery acid! It's very creative! You'll camp until u die!! Oh!! I'm a happy camper!!
Jordan T (br) wrote: Not one of my favorite Abbott & Costello films, but still funny as usual.
PY C (ru) wrote: Absolutely not interesting.
Paul D (kr) wrote: Dull and unexciting.
Amanda H (es) wrote: This is a unique twist on the traditional zombie movie, but the acting falls pretty flat and that kind of ruined the movie for me. With a bigger budget and better actors, this could have been a fantastic film.