This is the list of all the movies I have seen in my lifetime. I have been keeping this list…
Two's Company, Three's A Crime.
Two bank robbers fall in love with the girl they've kidnapped.
Barry Levinson has a habit of making clever, really interesting films and with a cast this good I expected a lot better.
Bruce Willis and Billy Bob Thornton are the bank robbing escaped convicts that become a media sensation with their unusual bank robbing technique. Arriving the night before at the bank managers home and then spending the night with their family they then casually arrive at the bank early the following morning and rob it. Ruthlessly efficient they intimidate without violence and with Thornton's character amiably likable they earn a grudging respect from both the media and law enforcement. Things however become complicated when a disillusioned housewife comes into the mix in the shape of Cate Blanchett creating mayhem…
Bruce Willis has the scariest looking wig I've ever seen.
Its not one of the best action movie, but it its a good comedy and i laughed alot.
Not great but definitely not bad.
Two best buddies who rob banks together , fall in love with the woman they've kidnapped .
Actors are good , so the love triangle works . I was kinda surprised that this movie had any kind of triangle at all , instead of all those typical average gun fights it could have .
A worth-watching crime comedy / love story .... and Cate is so yummy in it !
Just on in the background. I want Cate's beautiful red hair.
Imagine me in the hospital watching this, cause that's where it took place.. Fucking blood poisoning. Don't worry that was long in the past... a decade or so.
The movie I seemed to remember enjoying it. I know there was a love triangle plot.
Perfect movie after work - a little bit cheesy [okei, okei - a lot... :D], bit nostalgic and interesting actor combo... :D :D :D
Levinson's late-to-the-party riff on 90s indie cool.
This movie had a star studded cast, but had no identity. Was this movie a comedy, romance, drama? I have no idea. What I do know is that this movie had alright moments and long boring moments (I looked to see how much longer this movie was multiple times), which leads to an average movie.
Ok film, nothing special. Bruce Willis is Bruce Willis. Billy Bob Thornton does a Jeff Goldblum impersonation for the entire film and Cate Blanchett is pretty, perky and not much else. They all do their job tho and occasional moments of excitement or fun carry the film to its predictable ending. My only real issue with it, is that it really didn't need to be 2 hours long. They could quite easily have cut out 20 minutes.
A bit of a wacky bankrobbers film but pretty cool and enjoyable to watch.
I watched this movie in my film studies class at school. I thought that it was pretty good. It was the perfect balance between action and comedy. And the ending threw me way off when Kate ended up with Joe and Terry but I didn't think that took away from the story. At times I found it a little repetitive, but all in all, I found it an enjoyable film.
Watched this in its entirety with my Film Studies class; it's that good. We've yet to watch an entire film prior to this one. No one had heard of it, including the sagely sub we all adore! Naturally, everyone loved the story, though responses to "Kate" are mixed. I say she's perfect -- she fleshes out Thorton and Willis' characters as well as completes the complexities of the plotline (plus her hair is awesome) -- but some of the kids dislike her "morals" and propose she ruins an otherwise good story.
Opinions on Kate aside, I heard much laughter, encouraged lots of discussion, and saw many students hard at work in their film logs, so I'm a happy teacher. This…
I have a deep fondness for this little three hander in spite of an ending that strains credibility in so many ways. I think my fondness stems from three actors digging really deep into their characters and interacting in a way you just don't see in the heist genre.
- The Great Train Robbery
- The Kid
- Sherlock, Jr.
- Battleship Potemkin
- The Gold Rush
- The Imitation Game
- The Theory of Everything
Every film that has ever been nominated for a Golden Globe Award in any category.
- Die Hard
- Pulp Fiction
- The Last Boy Scout
- Twelve Monkeys
- Die Hard: With a Vengeance