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A motley crew of nine prisoners escape, steal a van, and search for a treasure revealed by a fellow convict.It's a rather bizarre movie that doesn't quite fit together right.One of the men, actor Jack Holden (Ted Danson), is having trouble finding a gig, so he agrees on doing a commercial dressed like Carmen Miranda. TR:3.5 8 1/2 Women (1999): This is a really "artsy" film where a father (John Standing) and son (Matthew Delamere) explore their sexuality by opening a brothel. Torakichi (Yoshio Harada), the somewhat gruff leader, remains in drag quite a while after the meal and long after all the others have changed.One of the females, who is yearning to become more "female", is turned on by female impersonators and one night puts each of them in kabuki attire. Michiru Kaneko (Ryuhei Matsuda) is quite cute in drag and uses his disguise again when he drops in to see his brother.I think it was supposed to be comedy, but it didn't seem to contain anything funny. TR:0.2 Abroad With Two Yanks (1944): Two American G.I.'s (William Bendix, Dennis O'Keefe) fight for the affections of the same woman (Helen Walker), but they are confined to the army base.TR:3.8 Agnes & His Brothers (2004): German film dealing with lives of the Tschirner brothers...
I usually don't mention things this short, but thought it only fair I warn everyone how bad this movie is...
TR:4.0 10 Attitudes (2001): Josh (Jason Stuart) is a gay man who is looking for love via a dating marathon.
Although this movie is a train wreck, I totally missed dating attitude #10's date (Maximilliana). TR:3.9 20 Centimeters (2005): Narcoleptic transsexual Marieta (Monica Cervera) is saving for her sex-change and dreams up elaborate musical numbers in which she's the star. TR:n/a 24 Hour Woman (1999): Cute movie about Rosie Perez juggling a career and a family. 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005): Andy (Steve Carell) works at a Tech Store (ala Circuit City), collects vintage toys, and plays video games.
He said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak had promised to reduce the deficit to 5.2% this year.
Dr Chua further reiterated that Malaysia was not facing bankruptcy due to the strengthening of the ringgit as well as the huge inflow of foreign direct investment into the country last year (More).