Summary: I loved it, wasn't sure what to make of it in the beginning, but once I realised it was a light hearted, humorous film with lots of twists and turns I really enjoyed it. I do really like Patrick Dempsey and he was great in this. Worth a watch in my opinion!
Summary: I knew nothing about this film so was pleasantly surprised. I had no expectation but it held my interest. Patrick Dempsey made a good transition from tv to film. A bank is held up by 2 different sets of robbers and they come to an agreement to rob separate parts of the bank. Many hostages are taken and there are many twists and turns along the way. I really enjoyed it.
Summary: In some respects - reviewing this movie will do you (the viewer) a disservice. Why? Because I don't to spoil it for you! Suffice to say that 'Flypaper' is hugely entertaining - one of those unknown, unheralded little gems that somehow slipped through the cinema net. Without giving away too much - imagine the Coen Brothers doing a bank-job/heist movie - but with most twists than Chubby Checker - and you're mostly there.
Conclusion: After only breifly seeing television spots for this movie when it had a tiny run in selected cinemas I had no intention to ever watch it as it looked uninspired and weak but when I found myself sat down to watch it my low expectation helped me really been blown away by it. It is tightly written, very witty and keeps you guessing all the way through. A selection of solid characters with some wonderful fun performances especially from the always wonderful Dempsy.
Summary: Oder: Hakuna Matata, Motherf*cker! *Spritz* Wir sind in einer Bank. Ein Mann mit Sonnenbrille namens Tripp (Patrick Dempsey) betritt die Halle und nähert sich der Angestellten Kaitlin (Ashley Judd). Er will hundert Dollar wechseln und zwar in Kleingeld. Überhaupt, der Mann, so charmant er auch tut, scheint ein bisschen einen an der Waffel zu haben.