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Hot Fuzz - Nice sense of humor
By anton111222 on Jul, 31 2016
Wright/Pegg/Frost are absolutely brilliant together. Watching either of their two feature films, I find myself pacing the room, raving about the genius behind a certain set of quick cuts, or the framing of a shot, or the delivery of a line -- even if I'm the only person in the room. It's hard to put my finger on why these guys' satires are so much funnier and more intelligent than Hollywood attempts at parody; all I know is that they never seem to stop and wink at the audience, if you know what I mean. Adding to the mix is Wright's directorial abilities, which are absolutely spot on. Well, there I go raving again. I'm actually jealous of these guys, they are so good at what they do.
Absolutely Anything - Test on human behawior
By anton111222 on Jul, 31 2016
When some aliens, who travel from planet to planet to see what kind of species inhabit them, come to Earth. And if they are, according to their standards, decent, they are welcomed to be their friend. And if not the planet is destroyed. To find out they choose one inhabitant and give that person the power to do whatever he/she wants. And they choose Neil Clarke, a teacher who teaches the special kids. He is constantly being berated by the headmaster and is attracted to his neighbor, Catherine but doesn\'t have the guts to approach her. But now he can do anything he wants but has to be careful.
The Nice Guys - Story review
By anton111222 on Jul, 24 2016
Set against the backdrop of 1977 Los Angeles, The Nice Guys opens when single father and licensed PI Holland March (Gosling) is hired to investigate the apparent suicide of famous star Misty Mountains. As the trail leads him to track down a girl named Amelia (Qualley), he encounters less licensed and less hands-off private eye Jackson Healey (Russell Crowe) and his brass knuckles, both hired by the young hippie. However, the situation takes a turn for the worse when Amelia vanishes and it becomes apparent that March wasn\'t the only party interested. As both men are forced to team up, they\'ll have to take on a world filled with eccentric goons, strippers dressed as mermaids and even a possible government conspiracy.