Nick is a struggling dentist in Canada. A new neighbor moves in, and he discovers that it is Jimmy "The Tulip" Teduski. His wife convinces him to go to Chicago and inform the mob boss who wants Jimmy dead.
Armed with a license to kill, Secret Agent James Bond sets out on his first mission as 007 and must defeat a weapons dealer in a high stakes game of poker at Casino Royale, but things are not what they seem.
Jompa Tormann and his guests and family are brutally gunned down during an engagement party. Sami- and women-hating police officer Sid Wisløff is put on the case. Together with his colleague Unni Formen and Sami guide Peggy Mathilassi, Wisløff tries to find the guilty party, but Jompa Tormann survived and he wants revenge! Written by
Several jokes where altered in the English dubbed version of the film. See more »
In Sid Wisløff's flashback, where he "solves" his first case, turning in his father for moon-shining, Sid is caught drinking the last Coca Cola in the house. The bottle in the film is shown with a paper label. In the 70's, the time of the flashback, Norwegian Coke bottles had the logo painted on the bottles. They did not have paper labels. See more »
This is a must see! A group of friends from a small town i northern Norway has made a low budget spoof movie loosely based on Tarantino's Kill Bill - and it's funny as heck! For movie aficionados it contains references to a fjord-load of classics, from Star Wars to Deliverance, in addition to the obvious likeness to the two Kill Bills. Splatter, cheesy one-liners and arctic ass-kicking all rolled into one big snowball of lowbrow laughs. Oh, and plenty of ham acting intermixed with some quite talented amateurs. The snowmobile chase scene alone is worth the price of admission! It is quite interesting that this movie has been made with almost no support from the Norwegian film establishment, and yet it's a bigger hit with young audiences than most productions that costs ten or twenty times more to make. Just goes to show that an original idea and a love of movie-making wins over money and prestige every time.
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