They All Laughed
A mad cap private-eye caper about a team of detectives who are following, and are being followed by, a group of beautiful women.
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Bearded M (nl) wrote: Van Damme is a environmentally concerned drug runner with weird hair who has lost his latest shipment and needs a park rangers help to get it back. Picture the movie Cliffhanger with out the talent, budget and John Lithgow being super creepy. It has some mediocre action, and mentions canoes more then other movie since Deliverance, which is not something to really brag about, but there is very little else to say about this very boring movie.2 Beards Out Of 5
Matthew H (ag) wrote: Good revenge flick with some great action scenes.
Samir S (es) wrote: Two Brilliant Actors, An Apartment, A Debate... The films rolls and keeps you engrossed in the discussion that ensues... What more could one ask for?
Jill K (ag) wrote: Lots of stuff I was unprepared for in this flick. I have no idea how factually accurate it was but RPatz was actually impressive.
li b (ca) wrote: I thought it was basically cute...nice to see Eddie Marsan in a good-guy role, for a change.
Panta O (nl) wrote: Ghajini (Hindi: ) is a little bit different from the typical Bollywood movies. This psychological thriller very well written and directed in a "CIS style" by A. R. Murugadoss has its share of singing and dancing (they could fit anything in over 3 hours)... but this remake of Murugadoss's own Tamil film Ghajini (which was inspired by Christopher Nolan's Memento) is something different - from the style of directing to the details and, I'll say, HUGE budget. The star Aamir Khan spent a year at the gym, training for the role but sometimes the results were visible only because he was dressed as little as possible! I've never seen a businessman dressed like him in my life - with sleeves rolled up to expose the muscles... but somehow the director wanted us to make us believe that in India that is OK?! Not sure about it. It is nicely explored story of a rich businessman who develops anterograde amnesia following a violent encounter in which his love and wife to be, sweet girl Kalpana, was killed. He tries to avenge the killing and that is not easy with only few aids like Polaroid Instant camera photographs and permanent tattoos on his body... Most of the characters were very well developed and there is no surprise that Ghajini is currently the seventh highest grossing Bollywood film according to worldwide gross collections. On release it became the highest grossing movie of all time until it was beaten by another Aamir Khan movie - "3 idiots" in the following year. It is a movie which delivers entertainment by bucketful - there is few flaws in the screenplay, but the acting was in most cases exceptional. Maybe the movie is made for audience which has a memory loss after 15 minutes, like the main character... but at least they can have lots of fun in between enjoying in all the action, romance and drama! Of course, if your memory serves you well - 183 minutes could be a little bit too much...
Albany P (de) wrote: Loved it! A five star movie that had me on the edge of my seat during the last 5 minutes. My only criticism: Where did all the heavy duty construction equipment come from?
Brian W (kr) wrote: Some funny moments, reminds me a little of the Trailer Park Boys without the Headbanger theme and not as funny.
Fagatron P (it) wrote: Disturbing, heartbreaking... It left me wondering why we are called human.
Mitch D (us) wrote: This was a fantastic suspenseful movie. Terrific performances and excellent directing.
Robyn M (ca) wrote: Despite having died a year and a half before shooting began, Peter Sellers appears in this film via outtakes and alternate takes from the previous films in the series.Other characters appear in new footage (Visibly aged since the first film 17 years prior) to link the Sellers material together...was a mess.
Marilee A (ag) wrote: Another Auntie Mame type Film for this Quirky,childless Auntie!!! I loved this, I still haven seen the 1st half hour,nor have I ever experienced Maggie Smith young before
Justin R (jp) wrote: I dug it. LQ Jones was great in a small part, and Randolph Scott does his thing.
Leena L (br) wrote: Salma Hayek, steaming hot yet very disturbed and possessive. John Travolta, distressed and moping. What can I say? Salma's film. Definitely.