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The best comedy ever?
Wow! I can honestly say I thoroughly enjoyed this movie, if only for the unintentional laughs that it creates such as the mayhem on the streets of Moscow. For those that need reminding, this is where some of the delta force team leave their machine guns behind (in favour of pistols) before diving head first of a moving tram. However, my personal favourite scene in the movie has to be the ski chase down a mountain where a villain (in bright yellow boiler suit) manages to fall off a skadoo for no reason, much to the delight of Greg Collins, who you may recognise from box office smashes 'Enemy of the State' and 'Bruce Almighty'.
Collins is but one of a number of talents on show, with other rubbish action movie legends, including Joe Lara who, incidentally died in the first Operation delta force movie, playing a villain, only to be resurrected here as the hero. The role had previously been occupied by Collins in 'Operation delta force 3'. Confused? You should be.
Credit must also go to director Mark Roper (give this guy a blockbuster now!) on this, his second comedy masterpiece. I say second, as he was also responsible for the equally comedic 'Operation delta force 3' where he so cleverly used bright pink fireworks in place of explosions and green crash mats for supposedly dead bad guys to fall onto.
'Operation delta force 4' also contains many comedic and acrobatic deaths, (performed by over-enthusiastic extras) that appear to be a Roper trademark.
All in all, this is an excellent comic caper, especially if what you're looking for is awful editing, cheesy acting and an implausible storyline. Buy this movie now!
Very, very funny
Steve Moffat has created a rare thing. A rude sitcom which is actually funny. Most people will say that Richard Coyle steals the show with his fantastical character Geoff, but I personally believe that most of the credit should go to Ben Miles for his interpretation of the character Patrick. When Miles produces just one funny line he steals the show, and the other actors and actresses aren't bad either. Each person who has seen it has their favourite character whether it be statistical Sally, mad Jane, sensible Susan or paranoid Steve. It is virtually impossible not to like this show. I love this show, and I recommend that you should see it today for you will fall in love with it too.
The Best Comedy TV show ever?
A one word answer to my question. Yes. This is the very best comedy I have seen EVER. I was flicking through the channels on my freeview box and happened to catch this on ftn, thinking it was another Steve Irwin documentary. I soon realized it wasn't as I was quickly on the floor desperately trying to stop laughing. If you like laugh-out-loud comedy with lines like, "Brandon traveled North, then East, then South and then West at which point he realized he was going in circles." Or, "He named the mountain, Mt. Disappointment after his wife, Inge." Then this is definitely for you. 10/10
Picking Up the Pieces (2000)
Never see this film!!
I have attempted to watch this awful film about 6 times now and have failed at each attempt to finish watching it. The idea is good but not very well written. This is as bad as it gets for Woody Allen's movie career. I never really understand what Kiefer Sutherland is doing in such a low quality film nor David Shcwimmer for that matter).
It is about a blind person who recovers her eye-sight when she sees a severed hand which she believes must be the Virgin Mary's. Things go from bad to worse as villagers here of the hand and its miraculous ways. Do not see this film. If you want to watch a comedy about chopped off body parts, do yourself a favour and watch the big lebowski.