A dark and strange comedy about a bank robber with bad luck. Bungling a bank robbery turns out to be a profitable mistake for Yamazaki (Shin'ichi Tsutsumi), an amateur crook who ends up with 80 million yen after a string of improbable accidents. But having so much cash doesn't make his life is any easier. In fact, it gets much more complicated when Yamazaki stabs a hairdresser by mistake and instantly becomes a hunted fugitive. He's just one unlucky monkey -- but can he turn his luck around?
- Stars:Shin'ichi Tsutsumi, Hiroshi Shimizu, Akira Yamamoto, Ikko Suzuki, Kimika Yoshino, Naomasa Musaka, Ren Ohsugi, Tomorowo Taguchi, Yôji Tanaka, Susumu Terajima, Kanji Tsuda, Daiamondo Yukai,
A dark and strange comedy about a bank robber with bad luck. Bungling a bank robbery turns out to be a profitable mistake for Yamazaki (Shin'ichi Tsutsumi), an amateur crook who ends up with 80 million yen after a string of improbable accidents. But having so much cash doesn't make his life is any easier. In fact, it gets much more complicated when Yamazaki stabs a hairdresser by mistake and instantly becomes a hunted fugitive. He's just one unlucky monkey -- but can he turn his luck around? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: While some parts get a little slow, there is no denying how inspirational this man's life is. This does have a sense of humor to it, and George Takei is entertaining. He has lived a tougher life than I realized, but I love that he is enjoying success way beyond Star Trek.
(br) wrote: "Once upon a time" is a popularly used phrase for opening any story and Milan Luthria has aptly lifted this phrase to title his film which presents a love triangle that's as clichd as the aforementioned phrase. Populated by characters who abuse their Urdu to the fullest, Once Upon a Time in Mumbai Dobaara has neither the substance nor the style to engage you for its tedious two and a half hours runtime.Akshay Kumar plays Shoaib Khan, a feared gangster who has the potency to halt cricket matches and fix award ceremonies. He sneers behind his shades as he declares himself as the ultimate kingpin of Mumbai. Aslam (Imran Khan) works for Shoaib. He was picked up by Shoaib due to his street-smarts, and in his formative years, Aslam has grown up to be a faithful disciple. But their admiration for each other is put at risk, when both of them fall for the same girl, Jasmine (Sonakshi Sinha). Thus, the infamous love triangle strikes back in the narrative.The story is set in the 80s and Luthria tosses his Mumbai tale carrying the same semblance of the Bollywood films, typical to that time period: raunchy, light-hearted and melodramatic. However, the 80s backdrop has no significance in the actual story and the movie's look doesn't make any effort to recreate the Mumbai of that time. You may find some historical references now and then but this whole affair is a big turn-off to audiences who expect it to be a tribute to the movies of that period.Perhaps the eventual culprit is the weak structure of the film, which wastes ample time in introducing characters and wanders away until it's too late to engage. The main leads, especially Akshay Kumar, are confined to hamming cheesy dialogues which make no sense at all. It's just impossible to be fearful of a shady character who passes ridiculous lines like "Doodh me jo nimbu nicode, paneer uski". Akshay is anything but menacing. Also, the character of Sonakshi has no real depth, her actions are confusing and her importance in the screenplay is constructed as a plot device. The supporting cast are fillers and they lie around just like furniture; their main job is to make themselves look miserable in front of the leads.This is really an unnecessary sequel. To quote Luthria's leading lady in The Dirty Picture, "Films become successful only for three reasons, entertainment...entertainment...and entertainment." And what lacks here is entertainment.
(ca) wrote: Year of the Fish is the chineese version of the story Cinderella. I really enjoyed this movie. The story was different, but also familiar. The animation was also very well done. A great movie.
(us) wrote: ambiguous, which helps and hurts this film... I guess I like it, but it really wasn't anything to get excited over...
(ca) wrote: The dragons in this movie are done SO WELL! The sense of dread and power is fantastic, and framed perfectly from the perspective of the terrified humans.
(kr) wrote: A serviceable police drama, but it's hardly a masterpiece. The ending is weak, the plot's a bit of a mess, and the soundtrack jarring -- but it's well shot and well acted.
(it) wrote: Just watched this movie again. It was much much better in 94.
(nl) wrote: I know this is a classic of world cinema, and adored by many, but I found it slow and sentimental. Your granny may love it. But those used to contemporary European Cinema may prefer something a bit edgier.
(it) wrote: Madonna's breakout movie. i heard Rosanna Arquette bitched like a baby cus the material girl hogged all the attention on set. sounds true to me...
(mx) wrote: No brained Top 10 all-time for me. So many lines and it hasn't aged a day in 20+ years.