I watched this yesterday on DVD. I wasn't really sure what to expect. The movie is about a "hot" gun that Joey (Paul Walker) is told to get rid of because of its criminal background. Two mobs and crooked cops are involved in this crazy ass, well put together movie. The cinematography and digital effects work together with the story and great acting to portay this somewhat sick view of a portion of todays society. If you dont mind or even like guns, mobs, and violence then WATCH THIS MOVIE.
This movie suprised me. Not just the way it ended, which was a hell of a suprise. But, the acting was very nice. Justin Timberlake played his part well, and Ben Foster did an excellent job as a strung out hot-head. The movie takes place in an upscale neighborhood in California. Kids have fun drinking, drugging, and selling, but end up getting themselves into more than they can handle when they kidnap the hot-heads brother. A great plot and true story with good actors, ends up as a movie you need to watch.
One thing that seemed alittle strange. Everybody had tattoos all over them, not that I dislike tattoos. I just thought it was strange.
Dax Shepard and Will Arnett.
Haven't really seen them in... well anything really.
But my hat's off to them. They did a good job making the movie awkward, funny, and vulgar but not to vulgar. The movie is about a criminal who plans avenging his wasted life on the man who put him in prison for not the first or second, but third time. Anyhow, he ends up back in prison and thats when the "fun" begins.
Not the best side-splitting movie of the year. Maybe even a wait till it comes out on dvd kind of movie. But, it definitely is worth seeing.
Another great Scorsese flick. With actors like Jack Nicholson, Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, and Mark Wahlberg you cant really go wrong. This mafia/cop/rat blood-on-the-face rollercoaster ride thrilled me to the end. In fact, I almost didn't want it to end, and it almost didn't. The movie lasts a little under an two and a half hours. Rated R for strong brutal violence, pervasive language, some strong sexual content and drug material it's a must see for those that like that kind of stuff, and or Scorsese fans.