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Simon Sez (1999)

PG-13 | | Action, Comedy | 24 September 1999 (USA)
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Basketball superstar Dennis Rodman stars as a hip Interpol agent attempting to defeat the deadly plans of a crazed arms dealer.

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Micro
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Filip Nikolic ...
Michael Gabrielli (as Filip Nikolitch)
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Emma Wiklund ...
The Dancer (as Emma Sjoberg)
Jérôme Pradon ...
Xin Xin Xiong ...
Xin Xin (Bodyguard)
Henry Courseaux ...
Bernard Gabrielli
Igor De Savitch ...
Colonel Jacques Telore
Clayton Day ...
William Fence
Jean-Michel Dagory ...
Frenais
Pierre Madengar ...
Etiophian Vendor
Kevin Alyn Elders ...
British Reporter / Cartoon Voice (as Kevin Elders)
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Basketball superstar Dennis Rodman stars as a hip Interpol agent attempting to defeat the deadly plans of a crazed arms dealer.

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It Ain't Over Til ... (Simon Sez) See more »

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Action | Comedy

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Rated PG-13 for violence and sexuality | See all certifications »
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24 September 1999 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Rescate explosivo  »

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Budget:

$10,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$185,472, 26 September 1999, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$292,152, 3 October 1999
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Robert Downey Jr. was replaced with Dane Cook because Downey dropped out and they needed someone within a few days. See more »

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During the fight scene on the bridge with Micro and the herd of sheep, one of the bad guys is thrown over the bridge. About half way through his fall, you can see the tether he's attached to stop his fall. See more »

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Ashton: Now, feel free to jump in if I get any of this wrong, but you haven't got the disc, and you haven't got the girl...
[Silence]
Ashton: ... Pity. I was so hoping you'd jump in.
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Written and Performed by Brian Tyler
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One of the worst movies ever made
27 September 2005 | by See all my reviews

Get this: Dennis Rodman is an Interpol agent (ha!) living in the cellar of a French monestary with two monk buddies (one fat, one black) who try to battle an evil diabolical villain who plans to use some kind of computer chip thingy to arm a weapon so he can blow up the world (or whatever it is mad movie villains like to do).

This movie is SO LAME! I remember I was vacationing in Nags Head, North Carolina when Cinemax started airing ads for the film and presenting it as some kind of "great film." I thought it looked like total garbage but I watched it anyway, just to laugh at Dennis Rodman.

Good god, it's bad. Is it EVER bad! It's got that distinct crazy directorial style all bad movies of today have - you know, everything's all crazy and over-the-top, ranging from coloring of sets and characters to plots to dialogue to action sequences.

Some of this seems fairly reminiscent of that similarly awful Rodman movie named "Double Team," which co-starred Jean-Claude Van Damme (ha!) and Mickey Rourke (poor Mickey). But any movie with Rourke is at least tolerable...this is not tolerable in the least.

Rodman gets my vote for being one of the worst actors of all time and this movie certainly fits his talents.


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