Luke Wilson plays a good-hearted ex-con who gets a job in a retirement hotel. Three elderly residents help him win back his girlfriend as he lends them a hand in fighting hotel corruption. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Wendell Baker Story
Luke Wilson plays a good-hearted ex-con who gets a job in a retirement hotel. Three elderly residents help him win back his girlfriend as he lends them a hand in fighting hotel corruption.
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Andrew R (fr) wrote: 0/10. Probably the most boring movie I have ever watched in my life.
Navjot D (fr) wrote: " Bollywood is upgrading. A real unexpected acting of Emraan. I watched it on my friends wish and then went again alone to watch it. Magical thriller... Superhit"
Dusty L (ru) wrote: I would also like to call this movie, Smart Dogs and Stupid People. It has some great moments with the dogs surviving, but the scenes with the people ruin this movie for me.
J K (ru) wrote: They could've gotten someone other than James Woods to play Rudy G. Woods is a great actor but he's James Woods. He looks NOTHING like the guy.
Mark D (ca) wrote: Decent and well observed. Typical interpretation of the England team. Has a few laugh out loud moments.
Calvin M (au) wrote: A classic that I hold near to my heart.
John B (nl) wrote: I recall that when this movie was released in North America, it was supposed to be a showcase for Rickman to show that he wasn't the one dimensional villain that most people were familiar with. This is of course, the type of film that he had been doing all along in Britain. This is a fine sample of his work. The chemistry beyond the grave with Juliet Stevenson's character is excellent.
Shawn W (gb) wrote: A new student discovers Baio's hidden drink that gave him telekenetic powers. Unfortunately the lead here comes off as too arrogant to pull for. A student misidentifying the picture of Einstein for Kenny Rogers was funny though.
Aurlie T (ag) wrote: zombies + tondeuse gazon = du sang, du sang, du sang
Jeremy B (au) wrote: Whimsicality is both its strength and weakness. To the extent that it has the spontaneity of improv or even documentary, and a great intimacy of style throughout, its a cute film. But it lacks an ounce of narrative drive, and wears out its welcome in long, static passages.
Jared L (gb) wrote: I know not everyone is a fan, and most people remember it as a joke of a movie, but for me, its pretty entertaining with some pretty good special effects for its day and age to accompany it. All wrapped up in a decent plot. Borders on a 3.5 review.
Lee M (fr) wrote: Spooky but silly, effective in patches but a bust overall.
Bella L (kr) wrote: Wow. What a terrible and totally horrific movie
Jake A (us) wrote: Lean, mean but ultimately satisfying survival horror that has a solid premise that is anchored by a terrific lead performance by Blake Lively. It also looks great, I love the setting, plenty of tense scenes, the gore is well handled and even though it isn't all that deep script or plot wise I am actually glad in this instance it is stripped down as it means it doesn't get bogged down and outstay its welcome.