After an unintentional "holiday" in prison, Ali has had enough. He has a plan which can't go wrong. He's gonna be a lawful citizen. All he needs is a race course, a circus and a money transport. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tomme tønner 2 - Det brune gullet
After an unintentional "holiday" in prison, Ali has had enough. He has a plan which can't go wrong. He's gonna be a lawful citizen. All he needs is a race course, a circus and a money transport.
- Stars:Agnes Kittelsen, Joachim Rafaelsen, Maibritt Saerens, Henrik Rafaelsen, Oskar Hernæs Brandsø, Ram Shihab Ebedy, Farrakh Abbas, Zahid Ali, Lars Markus Verpeide Bakke, Leon Bashir, Kim Bodnia, Erik Werge Bøyesen, Kalle Doniselli Gulbrandsen, Thomas Gullestad, Kyrre Hellum, Stig Frode Henriksen, Vegar Hoel, Kristoffer Joner, Jeppe Beck Laursen, Ivar Lykke, Edvin Løfgren,
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Jacob M (kr) wrote: If you like the TV series, it will be hard not to love this movie, even if you were not much of a fan before the movie may change your mind. Taking on a more serious tone than much of the TV series and lasting a marathon 2 and 3/4 hours this film just gets it correct. Although slow to start this movie explores and develops are protagonist and supporting characters far more than we have seen before accompanied by brilliant cinematography and direction this is a must for any Haruhi Fan.
Kimberly S (mx) wrote: My son and I loved it!!
Matthew K (ru) wrote: Rapaport is good in this, but the ending doesn't feel at all satisfying. The film just kind of stops rather than concludes. SPOILERS: Not so much funny as an incredibly disturbing look at a man's mental breakdown as a result of these special meds he's taking. SPOILERS END. It's an interesting movie, and incredible considering the low budget, but not as good as Super or Defendor.
Hans S (br) wrote: So pathetic it's funny! "Hello, my name is Mi-Mi... and these are my sheep"
Matt G (fr) wrote: Pale Rider encapsulate the two biggest genres in Eastwood's legacy: westerns and melodrama. A lone stranger shows up, he's more that he seems to be, he causes a stir, then he saves the town. Other than some super cool action (which we expect from Eastwood in this type of role), this is just a flatly basic western told in a flatly basic manner.
The Critic (jp) wrote: A simplistically written caper that should by no means be taken seriously. Peter Ustinov and Richard Hatch are fine here, but the film belongs to the wonderful Angie Dickinson, Michelle Pfeiffer, Roddy McDowall, and Lee Grant in supporting roles. Brian Keith's foul-mouthed dialogue backfires, though, and is nothing short of annoying.
Alden S (ag) wrote: 10 out of 10:A relatable film that is also well acted and written.
Nick F (ag) wrote: Oculus if one of the better horror movies I've seen in a long while. It goes a good job of telling a truly creepy story while exploring the loss of sanity.
Glen O (de) wrote: This movie is good 90s style action fun but it was never going to win any Academy Awards. I like it more than the recent Russell Crowe version but the dialogue is corny and Robin Hood in a mullet with an American accent doesn't quite work for me (and I am someone who thinks Kevin Costner does have talent). Alan Rickman chews up the scenery in a very over the top hammy performance as the Sheriff of Nottingham. The witchcraft subplot didn't work for me. The unpaid cameo from Sean Connery as Richard III is a nice touch (he donated his fee to charity). It was good to see a positive portrayal of a Muslim character from Morgan Freeman (even though he wrongly portrays Azim praying like a Christian with hands folded together). The extra half a star is for the sets, locations, and costumes which are all first rate with no green screen or CGI utlised at all. A merry enough romp but Michale Curtiz's The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) starring Errol Flynn, Claude Rains and Olivia de Havelland remains the gold standard.