A vicious serial sex killer is on the loose, and landscape gardener and shop-window outfitter Loris is the prime suspect, thanks to his unfortunate habit of getting caught in compromising situations (for which there is always a totally innocent explanation that the police fail to spot). Undercover policewoman Jessica is assigned by eccentric police psychologist Taccone to follow Loris and ...
- Stars:Roberto Benigni, Michel Blanc, Nicoletta Braschi, Dominique Lavanant, Jean-Claude Brialy, Laurent Spielvogel, Ivano Marescotti, Franco Mescolini, Massimo Girotti, Luciana Pieri Palombi, Vittorio Amandola, Rita Di Lernia, Gennaro Morrone, Vincenzo Vitagliano, Giulio Turli,
- Director:Roberto Benigni,
- Writer:Vincenzo Cerami (story & screenplay), Roberto Benigni (story), Michel Blanc (french adaptation), Roberto Benigni (screenplay)
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(jp) wrote: Half a star for directing , Matthew McCongahey is terrible like in every movies he is in. I don't even understand how he won an Oscar for Dallas Buyers Club. If he get nominated for this film, Academy you guys are races. I give credit to Gary Ross for it directing but not for acting. It's a waste of 2 hours and 19 minutes to even see this horrible terrible film that Stars the worst actor in the history of Hollywood.
(de) wrote: This kind of tripe makes me embarrassed to be a liberal. David VonKleist and William Lewis are crackpots of the highest magnitude, and their theories are so entirely skewed, and so without any basis in common sense, that I start to wonder how people can be sucked in by their overt yellow journalism. No, I don't see any suspicious canisters on the bottom of the Trade Center planes. No, I don't think United 93 actually flew back and landed at Newark International Airport instead of crashing in Pennsylvania, like your "news reporter" claims. I do suggest, however, that if you want me to believe this far-fetched claim, that you actually ask your reporter whether or not he had his facts straight. I also ask that you contact the families of United 93 and ask them if any of their relatives, any of their friends, ever returned home from United flight 93. You know, it's actually pretty easy to dig up dirt on the Bush administration. There's absolutely no need to fabricate stories about their deplorable behavior. This film's existence is a disservice to the truth.
(it) wrote: Just watched this again, and from most of what I read this a tragically misunderstood film. This is classic Albert Brooks humor. I almost get the impression that many viewers expected the film would actually explore the culture of "comedy in the Muslim world." That's not the point here anymore than expecting Brooks' Real Life to provide fullfill the promise of the experiment with the Yeagers. Now, just as then, it's all about Brooks, at least the narcissistic performer version of himself that is self deprecated by the writer/director Brooks. This is the same guy who rode in to save the day in Real Life by donning a clown suit, and starting a fire to add drama. There is some political satire here, but not much. Albert Brooks has never made overtly political films, and while it might seem a missed opportunity, if you like what Brooks does in films like Real Life and Modern Romance, this is one of his best films since Defending Your Life, in my opinion.
(jp) wrote: Yes some moments are very low budget. Thats why its not a 5/5. But if you look past that this films is very underrated and is a very good film in the end. Led by his best acting yet Dwayne Johnson carries the film as we see the darker parts of the valley in LA about a true story of a teenagers jail who take part in high school football. There is heart, there is football and in the end there is a good movie.
(jp) wrote: It will surprise you if you take the time to be slowly pulled into the action. Don't expect bloody action scenes, for you wont get them. Expect great photography in a slow pace rhythm that will astound you in the last 10 minutes.
(br) wrote: Lame. Just super incredibly amazingly lame. A burial ground that brings people back from the dead is a pretty silly idea, but nobody's better than Stephen King at showing how close silliness is to horror. And yet at every step the film spectacularly fails to even try and hide the stupid. The entire dead coming back to life plot point is revealed by their next door neighbor who insists on burying their dead cat there so vehemently and with such absence of motivation that I was 100% certain he had an ulterior motive. But apparently he was genuinely trying to help despite the fact that he knew the dead came back evil. Jeez. What follows from there is a series of spectacularly bad decisions where the lead guy decides to resurrect his dead son despite having seen and heard what a bad idea that is. And then when that leads to his wife's death he does the same for her. It's dark and stupid, a bad combination. And the payoff from all this are the worst monsters of all time: a cat and a baby. Hardly believable threats. It doesn't help that the lead guy is the worst actor I've ever seen. Or that Tasha Yar herself is just playing a grouchy shrew. A film as bleak as this with no real hope needs something at its core to lift it out of the muck. This one has nothing.
(fr) wrote: widely known as one of the great kung fu films, five deadly venoms has a solid story that holds the payoff of a subtle mystery until the end for an epic fighting scene. although the fight choreography is a bit weak through the first part of the film, the payoff is worth it by the end. solid martial arts classic.
(gb) wrote: BOWERY AT MIDNIGHT (1942); a typical low-budget "B" horror film from the 1940's with two things an imaginative plot for its time and the presence of the great Bela Lugosi. But sadly it also is logged down by the horrible type casting done by these sorts of studios, Lugosi is once again cast as the evil foreign sounding villain with a minor twist he appears to be a good hearted man running a soup kitchen in the Bowery (the poor area of whatever city it takes place in). But in actual fact he is a master criminal who is also a university professor as well who uses any known criminals in soup kitchen to exploit in his fiendish plans, BUT a typical red blooded American man becomes the hero of the film to save his gal from the evil hands of Lugosi. Overall thoughts on BOWERY AT MIDNIGHT: it's just another Lugosi "B" horror film form the middle part of his American acting career before it all came to an end 13 years later with the beloved Cult hero Edward. D. Wood. JR (AKA Ed Wood). This film had a somewhat interesting plot but was ruined by wooden acting by the supporting cast and the typecasting of Lugosi. The only saving grace of this film, Lugosi commanding performance; The Rating: 50%.
(nl) wrote: Fun well paced fast 5 takes new direction making this film not just about fast cars but about effective team work family and in effect a heist film with plenty of stunts and action along for the ride
(ag) wrote: Bland, seems desperate and has no magic - a pale, amateurish cheap imitation of the phenomenal first movie.Sad really. Everyone here is so earnest, but without the magic, it's simply an unfocused mess. It seems they knew it at some point bc the last third of the movie is rushed, and for good reason - just finish fast.They learned some lessons from this to make the third movie better than this one, but nothing can touch the electric vibe of the first film, a classic that bares many repeat views.On a side note, while watching the awful RIPD in the theatre, I couldn't help but wonder if maybe just ten minutes of MiB might be better than that whole movie.It was. Even just a few of the opening minutes before the main story begins was full of humor, quick wit, magic, wonderment.