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(71334) 6.6 96 min 2017

Going in Style is a movie starring Michael Caine, Alan Arkin, and Ann-Margret. Desperate to pay the bills and come through for their loved ones, three lifelong pals risk it all by embarking on a daring bid to knock off the very bank...

Alan Arkin, Michael Caine, Ann-Margret, Matt Dillon
Crime, Comedy
Zach Braff

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Crime, Comedy
Director Zach Braff
Writer Edward Cannon, Theodore Melfi
Stars Alan Arkin, Michael Caine, Ann-Margret, Matt Dillon
Country USA
Also Known As Son Macera, Un Golpe Con Estilo, Seni lapinai, Upokojitev v stilu, Porshim bi'style, Vén rókák, W starym dobrym stylu, Aiziet skaisti, Abgang mit Stil, 瀟灑搶一回, Tyylikäs lähtö, ジーサンズ はじめての強盗, Εκδίκηση με Στυλ, Jaf cu stil, U velikom stilu, Già Gân Trả Đũa, Ladrões Com Muito Estilo, Insospettabili sospetti, Un golpe con estilo, Despedida em Grande Estilo, Braquage à l'ancienne, Stiilne lahkumine
Runtime 1H 36M
Description Desperate to pay the bills and come through for their loved ones, three lifelong pals risk it all by embarking on a daring bid to knock off the very bank that absconded with their money.

Top reviews

Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 05:58

Let me start out by saying that I love both Bourne and the Bourne Ultimatum. After seeing them I had to see this movie. And, well, it was better than I had hoped. If you are not a fan of these movies, don't worry, this is not for you. I will give you a brief summary of the movie. First of all, Matt Damon plays the one and only Michael Brody, a CIA operative with a heart of gold. He is a two-time Academy Award winner and a true visionary. He believes that the CIA is nothing more than a myth and that he will ultimately discover the truth about the agency. But, something is wrong. It seems that his best friend, Sean Bean, has been transferred to a different department, the National Security Agency. Apparently, the top brass of the agency, including Michael Brody, have not been following his advice. Now, he must learn to fit in and work with a different culture in order to get his assignment back. He also has a girlfriend, Janet Varney, who seems to be a woman with a heart of gold. I will admit, I loved the movie. It is much more comedic than the Bourne Trilogy. It is also more philosophical and more action oriented. It is not really a comedy, but it does have the heart of a comedy. I do believe that the only real flaw with this movie is that it is a bit too long and the movie is too long. The movie has a bit too much plot for its own good and it was hard to keep up with what was going on. The movie is also kind of predictable. But, you still have a laugh, the action is better than the first two films, and I liked the characters more. I would definitely recommend this movie. You will not be disappointed.
Friday, 27 Mar 2020 12:48

A gang of the biggest butchered dogs in NYC attempt to rob the banks. Here's the best part, when one of them comes up with a plan, no one believes him. The director of the movie is David Mamet. His last movie, Gangs of New York, was an easy hit, but I have to say I was really disappointed by it. It wasn't funny or entertaining, it was just boring. His next movie, which I'll call One Hour Photo, was a major improvement. He's not as good as Mamet, but I still think it's a good film. One Hour Photo tells the story of a photo studio that's in decline and runs a dirty secret, photo theft. The guy who's leading the operation is a guy named Ian Kerner, who's been obsessed with stealing photos ever since he was a kid. That's probably the best part of the movie. He's the guy who was responsible for the funniest scene in the movie. When he's in the closet he's stealing a picture of a black man. He pulls out a photo of a white man and keeps saying, "I'm not racist. I just love white people." He keeps on going until he gets caught. He's not really in the closet. He's just in the bathroom, which is now locked. He goes back to his apartment, then he goes back to the bathroom and starts looking at his photo collection. Finally he finds one of a black man. He starts rubbing it against his skin, saying, "I know it's wrong, but I love it." He removes the photo from his collection and says, "It's not a good picture, but it's nice." Ian Kerner makes a fool out of himself, but he's the main character. The other characters are not as funny, but they're still good. There are some big laughs. I loved the story of the guy who finds a note in his pants pocket and gets it out and the janitor who takes it and runs around with it and thinks it's hilarious. I really liked the scene where Kerner and two cops, one of whom is a German and the other a Jew, are at a concert. The German guy says, "You guys don't like black people? That's fine. What do you guys like? Polish people? Hungarians? That's fine too." Then Kerner says, "You think we're all the same?" And they all say, "Yes." I think this movie is better than Mamet's last movie. One Hour Photo is a little bit more serious, but it's still a good movie. I give One Hour Photo an A.
Wednesday, 18 Mar 2020 23:22

Paul "Poppies" McKenzie (Nick Swardson) and Della (Julie Dawn Cole) are a poor married couple with a child. They have to take their son from the private school he has been attending in order to support themselves. However, when the school board realizes that the school has gone to private hands, the board decides to privatize the school. The company that wants to take over the school sends a tour guide, Carmine (John Glover) to ensure the board approves the sale. However, the tour guide is killed by a rocket launcher, and he is replaced by a poor excuse for a head boy named Max (William Shatner). Max soon discovers that his father was a close friend of the former school principal, and he is determined to expose the hypocrisy of the board and save the school. What the movie lacks is much of the usual comedy elements. While the plot is well thought out, the jokes fall flat. When I first saw this movie, I laughed the entire time, but I think this movie is much better at being a dramatic drama. It is much more realistic than a lot of the other comedies I have seen. Some scenes are funny, but other scenes are not. For example, the scene where Max is playing football with some boys and a giant baseball bat comes to mind. In that scene, Max and his friends are trying to take the giant bat down the field, but they fail, and then, as Max tells them to play ball, one of the boys is dead. There is a lot of other aspects to this movie that could have been done better, but this movie is a very well made film. The movie is based on a book, and I do not think it would have been a bad idea to give the movie a much better ending. Overall, this movie is very good, but not great. However, I do think the comedy is much better in this movie. If you like romantic comedies, then this movie is definitely for you. If you like dramatic films, then this movie is not for you. For me, it was a good movie. The acting is great. Both Nick Swardson and William Shatner are very funny. This is one of those movies that can be watched over and over again. I can say the same for "Ghostbusters". However, "Ghostbusters" was much better, but I will still recommend this movie to anyone that likes comedies. If you like this movie, then you should definitely check out "Poppies" as well.

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