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The Ladykillers
A charlatan professor who has assembled a gang of experts for the heist of the century. The ruse: the five need a place to practice their church music. The problem: it quickly becomes evident that...  View more >

Starring Tom Hanks, Greg Grunberg, Irma P. Hall...  View more >

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Mar 31, 2004
If it wasn't for the language, I might have rated this movie much higher. It truely has some very funny moments. The foul language didn't help the movie, sometimes it plays with the plot and helps the story, but not here.
Apr 18, 2004
I\'m almost giving it a \"good\" because there were several points where I laughed out loud. Like too many films, the trailer gave away too many good scenes - most of the good ones. I keep thinking that the Coen brothers are on the verge of a good movie, but they never quite make it.
Apr 25, 2004
Liking the Coen Brothers, I enjoyed this movie. It's a dark comedy and the language is excessive. I went in not knowing anything about it and liked it. It's a "little out there".

No expectations.....no disappointments....
May 1, 2004
This movie is dull and weird. It has a very dark sense of humor, but very little that is funny enough to laugh out loud at. It also have a lot of gratuitous swearing which just doesn't seem to fit.
Jan 10, 2006
This Coen Brothers comedy is to humor as Budweiser is to beer.

I like Miller myself. Enough said.
Apr 20, 2007
An acceptable remake of the 1955 British film about a bunch of gangsters who moved into a old lady\'s home to rob a casino. Irma P. Hall plays a old lady who suspect that Tom Hanks and company were up to no good. If you saw the 1955 version of \"The Ladykillers,\" then you won\'t be having any problems following the 2004 version.

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