Cheech and Chong are hired to drive a limo from Chicago to Las Vegas by two shady Arabs - Mr. Slyman (Cheech) and Prince Habib (Chong). Unbeknownst to them, five million dollars of dirty money has been stuffed throughout the car. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Things Are Tough All Over
Cheech and Chong are hired to drive a limo from Chicago to Las Vegas by two shady Arabs - Mr. Slyman and Prince Habib. Unbeknownst to them, five million dollars of dirty money has been stuffed throught the car.
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Jillian Moore J (gb) wrote: It is rare that you find a film with such a good cast. Eddie Marsan, Tom Sturridge, Romala Garai and Shaun Dooley are already established names and are as brilliant as expected if not better in Junkhearts. But what really impressed me was that there were no weak links. Candies Reid, in her first film exploded on screen making me laugh and cry, her performance was amazing and I expect to see her gracing us with her presence on screen very soon. Junkhearts is a film of pure class and I could(TM)t be more complimentary of it. So great to see a team of british professionals in front and behind the camera pull together such a brilliant piece of film.
Satvabodh D (au) wrote: mast !! Dimaag mat lagana.. just laugh !!
Dane T (br) wrote: Lifeless, boring and lame; not to mention the animal cruelty.
Heather M (kr) wrote: Probably not going to watch this one.
Faith B (de) wrote: I'd like to support a British film but it was shite! Such a rip off from other filmes i.e. inside man and didn't quite have the charm of the italian job to carry it through. The only possibly redeeming feature would be hottie Paul Nicholls but they even bulked him up with a dodgy fake tummy so no eye candy at all. Stick clear. If you do love your brit gangster movie watch the much more superior Jason Statham "The Bank Job"
angela c (ca) wrote: Pretty good movie. It held my interest.
Chris H (fr) wrote: Great movie, remember watching this one a loooong time ago!
Patrick E (au) wrote: Nuns on the Run was a very funny comedy when I was a child, sadly it has lost nearly all of its' humour and excitement now that I am older. Eric Idle is a legend of the comedy world having been part of the Monty Python gang and Robbie Coltrane is another funny actor, both do their best with what they are given but really doesn't work at all.The plot revolves around two small time bank robbers who want to get out of the game but they know they will be killed by their mob boss if they tell him they want out. They decide to pull one last job but it goes wrong when a girl Eric is seeing turns up on the scene. To avoid capture from the mob boss and his goons as well as the police, the enter a convent and dress up as nuns. It's an interesting enough premise but poor writing, a very low budget and dodgy direction mean it's largely a wasted opportunity.It's incredibly hard to believe that none of the nuns notice they are two men simply because they throw on some concealer but this can be overlooked. Most of the jokes stem from Eric's character not knowing anything about the Catholic religion and from a Priest who takes a fancy to the two lads but they are few and far between. The "action" is very poorly shot and the female lead is very annoying and is part of an awful love story with Eric's character.A mediocre British comedy that is so much better when you are ten years old.
Raji K (us) wrote: Tevye played by Chaim Topol, is a simple peasant in a small Russian village who works hard, loves his god and adheres to tradition. The small and pious town lives this way oblivious to the ways of the changing world. Tevye has 5 daughters, and it is his job to be sure they are married through either a matchmaker or his own accord. When they begin to challenge this tradition, and as the world changes, he finds his faith and tradition questioned and looks for god to help. While the Russian revolution looms, each daughter presents a different challenge to his faith and tradition. Chaim Topol carries this film as I would not have enjoyed or finished this 3 hour saga without him. The songs are solid, and the film has some great moments, but overall I was hoping for more of an epic film.
Craig A (es) wrote: A guilty pleasure for me.
Nik B (kr) wrote: An odd Oscar nomination choice, but through its flaws is a compelling character study, which- if tweaked a little bit, could have been far more outstanding. For starters, its probably the most overtly sexual movie the Academy had acknowledge up until this time. It's the earliest movie in which I've ever heard the word "slut". Also, great scene where mom basically tells daughter, "You're young and pretty, but that won't last. So you'd better put out tonight for this rich boy so that you can live a comfortable life." And then, of course, there's the sensual jazz dance on the dock where everything that could be said with clothes on was communicated. The story is- the drifter comes into the small Kansas town to look for a job with an old college buddy whose daddy is loaded. College boy is dating a girl, the aforementioned pretty one. She's frustrated because she's "only pretty" and doesn't feel comfortable in the rich-guys scene. She has a mother, bitter in her own husband's abandonment. She has a little sister, not pretty, but very smart and ambition beyond her years. They also live with a school teacher. A very interesting character who has been strong, single and independent her whole life; but is now turning older and insecure about being alone. Meanwhile the drifter is alright, a braggadocio- but simple-minded doofus beefcake. A big flaw here was hiring William Holden, who at 37, was 10+ years too old to play this post-college nomad. Sure, Holden is built. And with his shirt off, he fit the teen romance poster image. But his face shows too much maturity for a character so naive and lost. Acting was kinda clunky all around, save the teacher and her boyfriend. Direction was very non-Hollywood; almost independent, but in a good way. The script probably includes too many '50s colloquialisms that sound ridiculous now. But on the whole, you'll find that each character has something to be learned from. A that's certainly worth it.
simon S (kr) wrote: I love this movie flat out plus this is how I meet Norman reedus
Charles P (br) wrote: The lazy action sequences, shot and edited too quickly, take up most of the movie and rid the film of the narrative coherence and pacing of the first two films.