Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead
A mafia film in Tarantino style with a star-studded cast. Jimmy’s “The Saint” gangster career has finally ended. Yet now he finds him self doing favors for a wise godfather known as “The Man with the Plan.”
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Bruno V (fr) wrote: French movie with Adele searching for her identity , sexual preferences ...beginning a relation with Emma with soft porno included ! Beautifull !
Luke B (mx) wrote: Tired of chewing down overweight, heroin filled Scotsmen, the Loch Ness Monster decides to take a little vacation in America. After a fantastic and incredibly moving back story we are shoved into generic situation after generic situation. However I would be mightily pissed if it did try anything new. These creature features are like those old painting books where you just used water. You really have no control creatively and they take no talent. But I used to enjoy them. So the CGI is pretty nice for something that should be so poor, but what really destroys the illusion is the constant swapping back and forth between CGI monster and puppets. They're a completely different colour and shape for crying out loud. One must also praise the cinematic symmetry between the "monster" and "hero". The latter's only satisfaction can come from becoming the monster himself and committing the exact sin that the monster committed all those years ago. However since he plans on wiping out the entire family he is sparing the monster from the pain he has suffered. Not only is it gratifying but also he shows mercy. It all ends with a classic monster movie ending of "Well everybody we cared about is dead, but that doesn't mean we can't end on a joke".
Jacqueline S (mx) wrote: mc dreamy, enough said
Chris J (kr) wrote: They eat ALL OF IT!?
John R (ag) wrote: 131220: Big western stars of old. Good story. For some reason I thought I could predict the ending. I couldn't.
Ben L (mx) wrote: What Austin Powers does is take the James Bond formula and make everything and everyone in it wacky. That can be effective and kind of funny, but I get more enjoyment out of Johnny English. What this film does is take the James Bond formula and only make the main character wacky. I've always had a fondness for movies like this because everyone around the main character is playing it straight, which makes his goofiness stand out more. But I think people's enjoyment of this film will be directly proportional to their appreciation of Rowan Atkinson's brand of slapstick. I found the bumbling to be quite funny, and the whole idea of Secret Agent Mr. Bean makes me chuckle. Also this film features the lovely Rosamund Pike who I wish would get more roles, because she is delightful and has a solid range. The most impressive thing for me about Johnny English Reborn is that, if you stripped away all the comedy, this would still be a legitimate Bond film. It has the kind of mystery, twists-and-turns, and insane villainous plots that you'd expect from Bond. And then, in the middle of it, it has Johnny English beating up an old woman because he mistook her for an assassin. I certainly didn't laugh uncontrollably with Johnny English Reborn, and it wasn't the greatest comedy of all time, but it was an entertaining 100 minutes and I'd be happy to watch it again some time.
Nao H (mx) wrote: One of my all time favorite movies. Bend and snap!