I saw Nine to Five originally somewhere in the early 90's when I was just old enough to be able to read the subtitles, but not old enough to actually understand English. As far as I remember I enjoyed it - but I didn't really expect to enjoy it upon this rewatch.
Oddly enough the movie holds up really well, and much more so than most other old comedies seem to do. While it's never really all that laugh-out-loud funny,…
While I like pretty much every Terence Hill and Bud Spencer movie, this is definitely the most mediocre one I've yet to see. The plot is weak, most of the supporting actors are atrocious, the action is nothing to speak of and the comedy is probably the worst of any of their movies. The best thing Miami Supercops has going for it is the awesome theme song which repeats throughout the movie.
Until I read some early reviews I was very skeptic about this film. Sure, I had liked all of the previous Marvel films (minus The Hulk) and especially loved the first Iron Man, but the whole concept of putting all these heroes and villains in the same movie seemed like a train wreck waiting to happen - but it didn't!
Other than the movie being a bit too long it was pretty much the perfect super hero flick. Everybody got…
Just rewatched this on Blu-ray after a few years away from it and I remembered why it's one of my favorite films - this is just so watchable, so fun and so completely ridiculous you can't help loving it. Big Trouble in Little China is the perfect "guilty pleasure" if I should categorize it.
Kurt Russell <3