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(5417) 4.7 110 min 2018

Nobody's Fool is a movie starring Tiffany Haddish, Tika Sumpter, and Omari Hardwick. A woman is released from prison and reunites with her sister. She soon discovers that her sister is in an online relationship with a man who may...

Omari Hardwick, Tiffany Haddish, Tika Sumpter, Mehcad Brooks
Romance, Comedy, Drama
Tyler Perry

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Romance, Comedy, Drama
Director Tyler Perry
Writer Tyler Perry
Stars Omari Hardwick, Tiffany Haddish, Tika Sumpter, Mehcad Brooks
Country USA
Also Known As Pas si folle, Nie ma jak u siostry, Kül Yutmaz, Entre Sceurs, Nobody's Fool - Die Knastschwester, De tonta, nada, クレイジー・グッド, The List, Nővérek szabadlábon, Inganni online
Runtime 1H 50M
Description A woman is released from prison and reunites with her sister. She soon discovers that her sister is in an online relationship with a man who may not be what he seems.

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Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 15:01

Toby is a car thief who is promoted to a new car, an old one. After his father dies Toby goes to see his ex-girlfriend's funeral in her hometown. There Toby accidentally kills her by throwing a grenade which he is hiding in the barn. Toby is arrested and turned down for parole. During his trial he is arrested again by the British police. He flees to France, but then he and his accomplice plan to rob a bank. During the robbery Toby has a breakdown and in a rage attacks the bank manager. He then kills the manager. Toby tries to tell the police, but they're not interested. Toby thinks they don't have the resources to go after him. After being jailed he returns to his girlfriend's house and meets her ex-boyfriend, who tells Toby that she went to see him for her anniversary. Toby then goes to meet her and tells her that he and his girlfriend killed his father and his girlfriend is coming with him. Toby sees the body of his ex-girlfriend and she is buried, and then he tries to kill his ex-girlfriend. He fights Toby and misses, but Toby chases Toby into the woods. He ends up in a lake where he has to swim to the bank. Toby takes a detour and is dragged to the bank. Toby kills his ex-girlfriend and they tie him up to a tree. Toby cuts the rope and free himself, but Toby uses the gun on himself. Toby is then arrested and sent to prison. In prison Toby tells his girlfriend to move in with him. She does, but the two of them plan to rob the bank. Toby and his accomplice meet a robbery dealer, who offers Toby $10,000 to rob the bank. He agrees, but Toby wants to do it himself. Toby finds a shotgun on the table and kills the dealer. He returns to the bank, and shoots the owner. Toby breaks into the bank, but he gets caught and arrested again. He goes to prison and meets a guard named Gordon who informs him that he has a bomb. Toby tells him to leave, but he doesn't. Gordon wants to know why Toby isn't the same guy he was before. Toby says that he is a different person. He wants to get out, but Gordon won't let him go. Toby gives Gordon a gun, and when Toby walks out of prison he has a gun in his hand. The next day he shoots Gordon in the head, but Gordon survives and Toby is arrested. He escapes and meets his old girlfriend in a pub. She sees Toby and says that he looks like a family man. She invites Toby to her house, but he has a bad time. He wants to know why he is the way he is, but she doesn't answer him. In the end, Toby and his girlfriend, Celia, talk and Toby leaves the house. She gives him a dress, a dress he wears when he runs away. That night Toby wakes up and sees a man and a woman. He doesn't know what to do and he gets his girlfriend to kiss him. That night Toby walks into the diner where Celia works and it's her father, but she doesn't know that it is Toby. They kiss and Celia leaves. He is furious and he kicks the father out. Toby returns home, and at the bank he is arrested. His girlfriend is still in his house and he calls her. She answers and he tells her about Celia. He asks her to go to the diner with him, but she does. After they get out, Toby stops his girlfriend from going to Celia, saying he would kill her if she doesn't go. Celia returns to the diner, where she meets Toby. They talk for a bit, and Celia tells Toby to watch the car. Toby does, and he sees Celia's car. Toby is angry, and he doesn
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 14:57

We've all seen the "talks" about how (some people) don't see themselves as being able to achieve what we believe we're capable of doing. We've all seen people with a lot of money and plenty of education who are NOT worthy of having a second chance. I've seen people on the street that I'd expect to be nice and funny but in actuality are dumb, self-absorbed, and self-obsessed. That's not the way of the world, and I think I've seen a little bit of that in the cinema in this movie. There are many people in this world that aren't able to achieve what they want, or feel comfortable in their own skin. This movie takes you back to that time, and brings you to the situation we all have in our everyday lives when we're in a dilemma, and we feel embarrassed because we know we can't do it. We want to be happy, but we don't feel comfortable enough to be able to achieve it. The concept of "finding oneself" is present, and the whole idea of being the person we want to be, and then never feeling comfortable about it is present. Not only that, but some of the characters in this movie don't want to find themselves either, but are stubborn and/or arrogant enough to think they can get away with not changing, and these characteristics are directly connected to the actors. The director did an excellent job in turning the movie into a little comedy. It's funny, romantic, emotional, and you'll actually feel something for the characters. The dialogs were great and kept you interested. Some of the characters were funny and heart-warming. You don't feel the movie is over once you've seen it. It's hard to stop and think about how we would react if we were in their situation. Even the ending was fantastic. Not to mention the music and cinematography. It was the best way I could describe this movie. I could easily say it's my favorite movie of the year. I can't wait to see what the director does next. For a great and unique movie about not fitting in, see "American Beauty."
Monday, 30 Mar 2020 08:49

Tia Carrere has a strange name, but it's hard not to be intrigued by her. She works in a store that is famous for selling fake stamps. "Nothing like a stamp." One day a friend shows her the index cards that she used to find stamps. Then the card is lost in the mail. And she'll never know how it ended up in her mailbox. Tia is perfectly cast as the fictional "Queen Bee" for this odd little comedy. Some of her reactions are priceless, like when she tears up in front of her family, or when she realizes that she never met a big-time salesman. Then there is "Emily" who has a hard time relating to people. She isn't the sharpest tool in the shed. When a rich guy shows up, Emily finds herself hanging out in his suite, wearing his clothes, and seeing his handsome house. On the way to her first big sales job, she develops a crush on the old man who has a grudge against Tia. This makes her never feel like a princess. On her first major sales trip, Tia meets her mentor, a blind ex-con with a passion for women. They hit it off, and it becomes a partnership, until Emily pulls her down a path that her mentor would never have imagined. It's funny, and sometimes moving, but never in a cliche way. Some of the characters are tough to relate to, but other's are sweet. The chemistry between Tia and Emily is nice. The comedy is also very well done, and some of the scenes are quite original. At the beginning, you get to know all of the characters. They are such different characters, that you get to root for some of them. And once you see them become close, you begin to see that the chemistry between Tia and Emily is not a fluke. We see that both women are really down-to-earth people, and it shows the best in them. A lovely movie that will keep you engaged.
Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020 11:29

I have never been to a carnival in my life, and I have to admit I was a little apprehensive about seeing this film. I was at a loss as to how I felt about it until I saw it. It was so enjoyable that I can't wait to see it again. The script was excellent, and it showed that Will Farrell can be as funny as he can be serious. No one could have portrayed the character better than Ryan Gosling. I can only imagine what the director did to achieve that. He must be a professional. He directed the movie so well I was so enthralled that I didn't know when the end was coming. The most unexpected thing about the movie is that it was a very uplifting and realistic movie. Not everybody will relate to it, but it's a movie you could watch with your family and friends. The performances were exceptional. Jared Leto did an excellent job playing the role of the gay carnival worker who was more than just straight-laced and a little too much to ask for. Kate Bosworth was amazing as the nurse that looked at everything her job involved, and always tried to help those who needed it. Jennifer Garner was outstanding. She has to be one of the best actresses working today. Her portrayal of the nurse was sweet, funny, and very believable. Other than the script, I loved the cinematography and editing. Each shot in this movie was wonderful. Each shot was beautifully photographed, each shot a cinematic treat. The characters were all very well done and believable. The director nailed his cast. All of the performances were worthy of an Academy Award. I think I may be seeing one of the new actors in the upcoming Academy Awards.
Wednesday, 18 Mar 2020 07:52

This film, like its subject matter, is so difficult to review that I will be so tedious as to only summarize some of the main elements. If you're watching this film on the recommendation of a friend, don't be surprised if you can't remember the majority of the film. Just know that the character played by Michael Douglas in "Seven" is more important to this film than any other character in the film. The film does have some major flaws. For one, the character played by Laura Linney is completely unlikable. She is the object of his affection without a single moment of warmth or anything other than a somewhat flimsy plot line. The film also has several moments in which it seems as though the characters are dealing with real life issues rather than the characters in a film. For example, during a heated argument between Douglas and Martin Sheen, Martin Sheen is seemingly clueless as to what the specific difference between their characters is. For instance, during a tense scene where she informs Douglas that he is the one who married her in order to have a child, Douglas tells her that they have a child together and it is what they are doing, not what they have done. This is, in reality, just another "I know what you did last summer" line, and as such, is really not all that valuable. Additionally, while the screenplay is fine, the acting is subpar. The same can be said for both of the leads, but not quite as bad. Most of the times, when the film really shines, it is only because the supporting actors (mostly Karen Black) do a good job in their roles. They provide what might be the best comic relief, which is why they're almost always a positive element to the film. Finally, there are some really horrible scenes in the film, and you will feel cheated seeing them happen to these two main characters. The infamous sex scene in the pool with everyone turned on and taking a picture, the cliff hanger scene with Douglas and Martin Sheen, the all-too-brief moment where Martin Sheen breaks down and sobbed, and the oh-so-tense full-body scenes are all among the worst parts of this film. This is the one aspect of the film that is always in a bad mood. Now, on to the positive aspects. The cinematography in this film is top-notch, with a couple of stunning sequences (like when Douglas walks down the street to his car on the night he was just married, and the last scene is one of the best I've ever seen in a film), but the real standout is the film's overall style. The filmmakers at his production company decided to use some high-decibel score, full-on musical moments, and electronic sounds throughout, all to heighten the tension. The music is part of what sets the film off. When the two leads are driving away, we hear the music, and when they're in a car crash, we hear the music. It's a surreal experience. The rest of the film is fantastic. The dialogue is hysterical, the plot is simple and straight-forward, and the characters are all likable. The audience is literally glued to the screen with two characters on screen at the same time. This film has both humor and action. The comedy comes from the opening shot of two people on a beach, which is just an effective punchline, and the action scenes are excellent. In the last shot, Douglas and Sheen are floating in the ocean, and we hear Martin Sheen in a sequence where he is sleeping and they are speaking to each other. There's no need to give away the plot here, but suffice it to say that the sequence is one of the best sequences in a film. Finally, there is a strong romance between Douglas and Sheen. Their chemistry is outstanding, and it plays a strong role in their characters. This is the sort
Wednesday, 18 Mar 2020 04:36

To get the full benefit of this film, it is best to go in with an open mind and not rush to any conclusions about its merits and demerits. Still, if you've seen 'Something's Gotta Give' and thought it had some great moments, you're probably going to enjoy this. It's a little less pretentious and richer than, say, 'Charlie's Angels 2' or 'Poseidon Adventure' but it's still a good time. While it doesn't have the wit or energy of that early film, there are enough other good things going on here for it to stand alone. Elisabeth Shue and Winona Ryder are fairly effective as, respectively, the, respectively, nasty and hysterical temptresses of the sado-masochistic 'Frozen Dancer' (Ivan Illia) and the repressed and middle-aged Dr. Jacob Harper (Lance Henriksen). The supporting cast is good. Christian Slater plays 'Barry 'J' Jackson' on a sunny day who is about to leave for graduate school (and thus he has to lose his virginity). He, like the character, is a model for a happier time. Alan Arkin is 'Harold 'E' Dudley' and his wife is hot-blooded 'Molly 'Molly' McBride'. Bill Nighy is 'Bill 'Bill' Smith' and his character is funny, and Julia Roberts, who plays 'Melody 'Melody Smith', is the best thing about this movie. The problem I had with this film was that it was a little too sad for its own good. While it doesn't stop the film from being entertaining, it would have been much more entertaining if it hadn't been so sad. *SPOILER ALERT* -The honeymoon is short-lived. Instead of coming to terms with it, the lovers become obsessed with it. The honeymoon's ending doesn't make much sense either. *END SPOILER*

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