• Bastiaan

    ★★★★½ Watched by Bastiaan 26 Jan, 2015 2

    when I saw this movie I had no idea what kind of genre it would be. at first it seemed a bit like one of those teenager movies, but there was something different about it.....
    then there's this chapter called Simon...... and from that point on things get sooooo hilariously funny!
    holy shit!
    very entertaining!
    fuck it I give it 4,5 stars cause it made me laugh so many times!!

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  • bcredskins

    ★★★½ Rewatched by bcredskins 24 Jan, 2015

    Still a damn fine film- if a bit dated now. Liman's direction and editing are solid coming off "Swinger's"- and his cast is solid, with cool tunes and a slick, hip vibe. A fun ride.

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  • kezman

    ★★★★ Added by kezman

    Great thrill-ride

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  • lobsta

    ★★★★ Watched by lobsta 12 Jan, 2015

    The film definitely wears its influences on it's sleeves as it's near impossible not to think of Pulp Fiction's similarities and quirks but Go incorporates far more of the 90s giving both films room and reasons to exist. The cast is good here but nothing overly impressive compared with the diversity of talent that are still going strong in their respective fields (Katie maybe not so much) even a Telly Savalas cameo! I appreciated a lot more of the writing…

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  • Vince Leo

    ★★★½ Added by Vince Leo

    PULP FICTION-lite. Probably more polished, though not nearly as profound, in the "bad-ass baddies whose stories are told out of time but linked together to form a wild and crazy ride" genre, but it has a spirit and comic tone all its own.

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  • Dick

    Watched by Dick 28 Dec, 2014

    "Todd Gaines" somewhat mars the viewing experience.

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  • John_Drew

    ★★★½ Rewatched by John_Drew 24 Dec, 2014

    Doesn't hold up quite as well as I remember, but this was one of the few post-PULP FICTION films that attempted a similar structure that I found offered some unique charm. I haven't seen this since I bought the DVD in early 2000, so it's really interesting to see some of these actors with such youthful faces.

    Plus, I had forgotten it's a Christmas flick (loosely).

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  • Nick Mowen

    ★★★½ Watched by Nick Mowen 24 Dec, 2014

    GO has some intense moments with a little bit of comedy thrown in there. I actually found myself enjoying GO quite a bit it follows Ronna, Simon, Adam and Zack with a few supporting characters played by Katie Holmes and Timothy Olyphant. I fell like the time period this movie was made in (late 1990's) is what added a level of awesomeness to it. If this movie were to be made nowadays I doubt it would have the same impact.…

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  • Devin Sheridan

    ★★★½ Rewatched by Devin Sheridan 14 Dec, 2014

    Guilty pleasure ahoy. Painfully 90's, smells of copying a slew of directors and other movies, but I saw it on my senior prom night so it foolishly holds a place in my heart.

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  • sreelal

    ★★★½ Watched by sreelal 13 Dec, 2014

    An eccentric ride with as much ecstasy as you need. Doug Liman's crime comedy stands up to the English classics like Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch in it's own way. There is a drug deal gone wrong, a messed up Vegas trip and an undercover sting operation, each with it's fair share of cockiness. Impressive performance from the whole cast, and this one and a half hours are those moments that you could spend without much regrets.....

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  • Adam Theeye Pittman

    Added by Adam Theeye Pittman

    My review -- this film is now on DVD and well I find it most puzzling is the fact that this project actually made a decent profit margin of roughly $21 million. The storyline/contents, well how can I put this in a nice easy to read way? This project has been designed in the way of the legendary Pulp Fiction, [in the way that the story gets told in many different aspects.] But this is where I really should state…

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  • Jason Alley

    ★★★★★ Watched by Jason Alley 07 Dec, 2014 4

    Of all the films of the late '90s that were explicitly influenced by PULP FICTION's storytelling style, OUT OF SIGHT and GO are unquestionably the best.

    Consisting of three violent, funny, wildly entertaining storylines that criss-cross in clever and unpredictable ways over the course of one berserk Christmas Eve night, GO is a perfect combination of script, cast, and direction. It's one of my favorite films, period.

    And if you're looking for a Christmas movie that's on the darker, crazier side, and you already know all about DIE HARD, GREMLINS, and BLACK CHRISTMAS, give GO, THE BOX, and THE ICE HARVEST a look!

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