White Men Can't Jump
Billy Hoyle (Woody Harrelson) and Sidney Deane (Wesley Snipes) are an unlikely pair of basketball hustlers. They team up to con their way across the courts of Los Angeles, playing a game that's fast dangerous - and funny.
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ScubaSteve Walter M (ca) wrote: This movie didn't gone far from the series or has made anything new to look forward to. It would be more awesome if they took some from the manga storyline. Nonetheless, with CG and all, it was amazing to see those brutal fights of Gutz come to life. A well-deserved adrenaline rush for any action junkie.
Al M (nl) wrote: Stupid. Why would these 2 actors stoop to crap like this.
Luke W (nl) wrote: A really clever doc that highlights what Big Brother Britain is actually up to, scary too see how many people have your data.
Jenna L (it) wrote: theres hardly any movies about the pastconfunsing but amusing
Kelly K (ag) wrote: This movie was insane. It was so funny at times I had to pause it and laugh. I do think it could have been just as funny without the nudity and cursing but that's just me. Still hilarious and even a little touching at times.
Jonah W (es) wrote: It was stupid, but funny.
Nelly J (it) wrote: not that good compared to the other american tail movies. but not that bad
Mahesh P (ru) wrote: Shah Rukh Khan is a timeless figure in bollywood. His talent was incredible at such a young age, and his acting quality is still the same, if not better, today. Him and Juhi have amazing chemistry, as displayed before in Duplicate. Aditya Pancholi, cast as SRK's boss, was a great fit as well. Music was sensational, especially Main Aisa Geet Gaoon, sung perfectly by Abhijeet. What a great song with great lyrics as well. Overall, a phenomonal and entertaining movie, as are all of SRK's other movies.
Mel T (gb) wrote: I'm not exactly sure what rating this film deserves, but I don't think it is as poor as it makes out. Obviously it portrays the spread of an Ebola type virus very unrealistically and may not have a very positive effect on those who view the film in terms of their beliefs about such viruses. The ridiculousness of the film does perhaps hinder the enjoyment factor, however the film was very tense throughout and there were several twists in the plot, which increased the enjoyability of the film. The all star cast also makes the film very appealing and Hoffman and Freeman are as good as ever.
Alexander C (ca) wrote: Could be worth a viewing, would like to see it sometime in the future.
Aaron P (gb) wrote: I could feel my brain cells die while watching this movie.
Chrisanne S (br) wrote: Not an intelligent comedy, but a funny one. It's nice to hear it from the different points of view. And it will be hard to eat Ravioli after this . . .
Frances H (kr) wrote: Somewhat dull, despite the beautiful views of the sea and surf, hunky Gerard Butler, and an attempt at a biopic of a guy who dies tragically while very young.
Seraphic W (es) wrote: The movie as a whole lacks in places and is trying to be rather profound in its bleakness, sometimes perhaps unnecessarily so. To many the pure angst emanating from every character might be perceived as a demerit, however, I think the human aspect was handled as it was supposed to - with a certain level of raw detachment. There is anger trembling in the margins of the storytelling, desolation, pain. You needn't always gloss over abuse, abandonment, hate, anguish out of fear of overtaking the viewer's emotions with despair. Life is hard, harder for others. Bad things happen. Here they are. Watch. And if you feel something then consider your time spent successfully. If anything you get to enjoy stellar acting by the whole ensemble - especially Mr. Brody who is simply breathtaking in this one.
Jonathan K (au) wrote: The book wasn't great, but this makes the novel look like Dickens.