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Luis A H (es) wrote: Warm, Colorful, Pure and Honest, Once is a fresh musical flick that, without having to dwell on Cliched Hollywood Standards manages to grow on naturally, Well Driven, Musically Beautiful Charm.
Walnerd N (it) wrote: A modern horror classic!!
Clarissa T (br) wrote: I love this movie Omg
Patrick K (br) wrote: This is an entertaining heist film. Max "The King of Alibis" Burdett (Pierce Brosnan) and his beautiful accomplice Lola (Salma Hayek) have come to Paradise Island in the Bahamas, fresh off their final big score in which they lifted the second of the three famous Napoleon diamonds. With their financial future set, the couple is ready to relax and enjoy their hard-earned riches. But Stan (Woody Harrelson), the FBI agent who has spent years in dogged but failed pursuit of Max, refuses to believe that his nemesis is actually calling it quits. He thinks that Max and Lola are actually plotting to steal the third Napoleon diamond--one of the three largest non-flawed diamonds in the world--, which is coincidentally scheduled to arrive on Paradise Island as part of a touring cruise ship exhibition. Since he has no jurisdiction in the Caribbean country, Stan teams with a local cop and sets out to catch the sly Max and Lola in the act, while at the same time a local gangster has his own plans for the diamond. When the longtime adversaries meet up in paradise, Max quickly turns the tables and befriends the frustrated detective, showing him that Paradise Island has no shortage of pleasures to offer. But in order for Stan to figure out exactly what Max and Lola are up to, he will have to navigate all the twists and double-crosses of an action-packed story of friendship, suspicion and thievery. Highly underrated film as I had fun watching this and makes me happy I scroll through sky's movie list every now and again
April M (kr) wrote: I love this movie it's like the best well to me anyways. It's my most favorite movie
Paul J (ca) wrote: A brilliant character study that evokes Cassavetes. Gallo's debut is brave, original and hilarious. It also happens to have an extraordinary cast. The single shot that sums up the entire film, is the poster image - the photos taken while they're in the photo box. It's a portrait of two young lovers. But instead of the romantic cliche, we get a screwed up relationship. How can these two possibly work it out? That is true love.
Sunshine s (ag) wrote: Before he was The Nutty Professor, before he was Dr. Dolittle, and even before he was the Beverly Hills Cop, Eddie Murphy was an SNL comic! From 1981-1984 he entertained us with sketches as Gumby, Mister Robinson, Buckwheat, Velvet Jones and many mor...
Adam C (ag) wrote: This movie just sucked. What was supposed to be Richard Williams' masterpiece got butched to hell. It's edited poorly, the characters are bland, and the songs are forgettable. It is a horrible release. If you check out the "Recobbled Cut", you'll see the story that Williams always wanted to tell and I tell ya, it's a lot better. There's no crappy songs or anything like that. The Miramax verison just doesn't leave a good taste in my mouth and it doesn't appeal to anyone. As you watch the Miramax verison, you will notice that it rips off "Aladdin" and also notice that there are certain things that just got cutted out and left in the dust like they weren't meant to be in the movie.If you see the "Recobbled Cut", you'll see the story that Williams always wanted to see and as you watch it, you actually feel like you're seeing the actual movie that Williams wanted to tell. This guy spent twenty-nine trying to get this perfected and it got butched so badly that it just makes you feel sorry for Richard. The inner monalog is consult and it gets old fast. You would just wish that the characters would just shut up. I give it a one out of five. The "Recobbled Cut" is WAAAAAAAAYYYY better. It uses unfinished storyboards and animation but it's worth checking out if you want to see some real great animation.
Zac M (br) wrote: If you have the chance to see this on stage: DO IT! It is one of the funniest shows I have ever seen and to see the comedy of errors pulled off in real time is that much more admirable. That element is lost in a film version, but it is still highly entertaining.
TH3SUM JIGGALATE IT (de) wrote: THIS IS ONE OF MIS. T'S FAVORITE MOVIES GROWING UP!!
Alejandro B (de) wrote: Una muy buena continuacin de la exelente pelcula inicail, la recomiendo a los que disfrutan de ver un hermoso caballo