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The Jesus Rolls is a movie starring John Turturro, Bobby Cannavale, and Audrey Tautou. A spin-off of The Big Lebowski (1998) centered on the notable bowler, Jesus Quintana.

Genres
Romance, Comedy, Crime, Drama
Director
John Turturro
Starring
Bobby Cannavale, John Turturro, Susan Sarandon, Audrey Tautou

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Product details

Genres Romance, Comedy, Crime, Drama
Director John Turturro
Writer Bertrand Blier, John Turturro, Joel Coen, Ethan Coen
Stars Bobby Cannavale, John Turturro, Susan Sarandon, Audrey Tautou
Country USA
Also Known As The Jesus Rolls: Quintana Dönüyor, Jesus Rolls - Quintana è tornato!, Going Places
Runtime 1 h 25 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A spin-off of The Big Lebowski (1998) centered on the notable bowler, Jesus Quintana.

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Sunday, 22 Nov 2020 21:08

Some comedies come in as a sort of inevitable sequel to some big movies in the past. Here, "Jesus Rolls" is like "Jesus Is Here" (the underrated Michael Keaton-starring film) or "Jesus Is Here (the trite, insensitive and hackneyed "Jesus" remake). There's also the "Jesus Is Here" remake, "Jesus Rolls" is like "Jesus Is Here 2" and "Jesus Is Here 2" (the trite, unimaginative "Jesus" remake, the hackneyed hackneyed "Jesus" remake and the uninspired and outdated "Jesus Is Here 3"). But, apart from the fact that it seems like the film industry hasn't been updated since the late nineties (and it isn't like they have any old, outdated films) is that "Jesus Rolls" is a bit of a thriller, with the exception of a few "sudden revelations" and "implications", and the "shocking" ending. And the "impression" the film gave me was quite different. It's sort of a hybrid between "Taxi Driver" and "The Client" (something of a break-up of the "Richard Hakkert" trilogy), in the way that both of those films are story-driven and then it's sort of the character-driven films. And it's an entertaining film, not terrible, but not particularly good either. Most of the film is the kind of "this-is-what-happens-to-the-narrator-in-this-film" action, involving a man who gets a job from a woman to be a secret agent, who (once he finds out it's real) is just as in love with her as he was before the job. And the women-in-front-of-the-camera scenes are quite a lot of fun. It's in the character's favor, though, because "Jesus" is not as "evil" as the film makes him out to be, and there are a few more laugh-out-loud moments. Some of the character work is also less than impressive, with a few characters not really having much of a home-base to go back to. But I found the film to be quite entertaining, and it's a bit of a sleeper in the late nineties film lineup. The film does lack a little from the "eldritch" climax of "Taxi Driver" and the "emotional" finale of "The Client", and some of the action scenes are even a little weak. It's a little too long, at just over two hours, and it's a bit overlong in the character-building stages. So, if you're looking for a story-driven thriller, and you're not too desperate


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