The Whole Ten Yards

The Whole Ten Yards

Jimmy 'The Tulip' Tudeski now spends his days compulsively cleaning his house and perfecting his culinary skills with his wife, Jill, a purported assassin who has yet to pull off a clean hit. Suddenly, an uninvited and unwelcome connection to their past unexpectedly shows up on Jimmy and Jill's doorstep; it's Oz, and he's begging them to help him rescue his wife, Cynthia.

After faking his death, former killer-for-hire Jimmy "The Tulip" Tudeski retires to Mexico with his new wife, while his ex-wife settles down with Nicholas "Oz" Oseransky, Jimmy's old pal. Jimmy's life is shaken up by Oz when his wife has been kidnapped by a Hungarian mob... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Whole Ten Yards torrent reviews

Tommaso D (it) wrote: Midnight in Paris is a romantic comedy that makes deep reflections about loving and living. Helped from its quite simple premise and from a great Owen Wilson, this movie will give you a good time.

Robyn M (jp) wrote: In short, Chaplin was for anyone anywhere who believes in human dignity above social station and who adopts an attitude of defiance in the face of helplessness against the forces of nature. Above all, he was for anyone who believes in the power of art to rescue man from his own worst tendencies.

Liv S (nl) wrote: Berlin Film Festival 04' Crystal Bear (Children)

Ethan L (br) wrote: The atrocious animation is good for a few laughs. C-

Ed M (fr) wrote: Rodney Dangerfield and Jesse's girlfriend from Full House alongside Casper - sounds good...

Nate T (kr) wrote: Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide said, "Someone should have canceled this movie," when reviewing this film. It is far better than indicated by that review. While the plot is minimal the humor is plentiful if you are open to corny jokes and a few gems. Hope's final starring theatrical film. Note: Johnny Carson, John "Duke" Wayne, Bing Crosby and Flip Wilson all cameo as themselves. A little bonus for those cameos in addition to the already stellar cast.

Tim S (us) wrote: Fun fun fun. Hey Big Spender is the highlight.

Noah B (br) wrote: This movie is outstanding. The Acting is A perfect and the scenes are executed great. Spielberg's vision of the story is very amazing and the terror is worked out geniusly. I strongly recommend this classic.

Kenneth B (au) wrote: Death Bed was made in 1977 but it didn't receive a release until 2004. Creator George Barry tried to get it released at the time but he was, perhaps unsurprisingly, knocked back by various distributors. The reports are that he thought the film was lost until he found a pirated copy of the film many years later and this time managed to get a release. The premise sounds too ludicrous to exist let alone to form a coherent film. In truth the film isn't that coherent, instead it plays almost like a psychedelic stream of conciousness. In the opening scene a young couple are seen sneaking into a house. They then find the bed and promptly end their search there, I needn't elaborate on the reason why. They arrive with a bottle of wine and a bucket of southern fried chicken, also there is an apple on the bed. The bed consumes the apple, as if to demonstrate to us just how awesome its powers are. It then drinks the wine and eats the chicken, I'm not making this up! Then of course it devours the couple, not before they have discovered the remnants of their already consumed picnic though.The narrative, such as it is, is described by a voice-over which speaks of the bed in terms of a living being, perhaps a demon. It transpires quite quickly that the voice is man who has somehow escaped the bed and has been holed up within the wall of the bedroom, behind a painting. A full explanation comes from the man himself about halfway through the film, I wont ruin the plot for all of you out there who are about to rush out to rent this film. He can see out of the painting but no one can see in so he can see the victims. The man verbally taunts the bed at several points, the indication is that he has been within the walls, behind the painting for some time, which explains his rather chippy nature. The explanation behind the bed transpires that the it is inhabited by a demon, a rather unlucky demon which used to be a tree, then turned itself into the breeze and fell in love with a girl. This film still sounds bonkers doesn't it? I wont go into the demons origin any further than that because once again our narrator does so around 40 minutes into the film. This is one of those films that seems as though it's going to be so dreadful from the offset that the audience cant help but enjoy it. In fact I don't think it's actually that bad, I've seen worse films. I recently watched Blood Feast, which was truly terrible and if not for it's pioneering (I use the word loosely) depiction of gore I would have been much less forgiving. It's difficult to pin Death Bed down or make even to comparisons. Perhaps if Dr. Strangely Strange made a horror film it would end up a bit like this. Undeniably odd, surreal and uneven yet compelling and difficult to dislike. Death Bed: The Bed That Eats may well be the weirdest and wackiest film I've ever seen but it certainly entertains and is a film that I'm glad I have seen. NB: I have decided to score this 4 out of 5 but really this transcends any formal rating systems. Perhaps I could give it 4 posters (eek, review shall end there).