Kaley Cuoco let her longtime bf swing in the wind for several uncomfortable moments when he popped the BIG question. I am so so so happy. Thank you thank you. A post shared by Karl Cook mrtankcook on Nov 30, at 7: Karl Cook asked the 'Big Bang Theory' star to marry him Thursday night, and recorded the whole tearful event.
Not sure he was expecting the full water works, but Kaley was red-faced and sobbing so hard she forgot to give her dude an answer. This is Kaley's 2nd marriage. Her divorce from Ryan Sweeting was finalized in Like the equestrian she is Kaley's getting back on that horse! Kaley Cuoco is leaving her divorce like a boss That money is protected under the prenup -- it's all hers.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Film noir meets science fiction with a dash of surrealism thrown in for good measure adds up to a movie that probably shouldn't work very well. It's got drama, some truly interesting characters, a fortune in missing diamonds, ruminations on particle physics, a nice plot twist, humor, and some very good performances by a cast full of veteran actors ranging from Antonio Banderas to Sam Elliot.
The movie is an homage to Raymond Chandler and other mystery writers of the Thirties and Forties. If you are a fan of those novels, and the movies that were based on them, you'll recognize some of the characters and plot points.
Banderas, for example, plays private detective Ned Cruz who has grown a little world weary, wondering what his life is all about when, on one night, a very large Russian boxer demands that he take a case. Cruz doesn't want to do it but is persuaded to do so because the Russian is willing to pay him a lot of money and because it involves finding a beautiful woman who has written to the boxer when he was in prison.
If you think this sounds a lot like "Murder, My Sweet" starring Dick Powell back in the day, you're right. Cruz eventually finds the woman, a former stripper and porn star who is now the wife of an eccentric billionaire searching for what physicists call "The God Particle. Much of the action takes place in a small room where Cruz is being interrogated by three cops.
Straight out of crime dramas from the late Forties and early Fifties, this is a brutal interrogation and Cruz gets smacked around a bit during it but generally manages to keep his cool. In a series of flashbacks he tells the cops how he ended up both temporarily blind and in their custody.
He convinces them to let him guide them to a place where millions of dollars worth of diamonds are hidden and the story switches to the present tense from then on. This is not an overly violent movie, though a lot of violence is implied.
It is also a pretty sexy one, including one scene in which Cruz and a waitress with some bizarre tattoos that are based on particle physics make love in a motel. Although erotic, it's also laced with humor. It's not a mainstream movie but, for my money, this is an inventive and very enjoyable film. This is supposed to be a detective movie. It went well beyond.
In actuality, it's a cross between Pulp Fiction, Dr. Strangelove, and Hitchcock on LSD. If there is a moral to the story, it is that Reality isn't optional; our own weirdness cannot outrun Reality; Reality always catches up with us; and, if you screw with the limits of Reality, things aren't going to end well.
This movie is weird without being edgy, and strange without going into the twilight Zone. The action is well paced. The storyline is predictable, but off key enough to keep you guessing. And even if you guess right, it doesn't turn out the way you expected. In short, it's highly entertaining. It's a masterpiece in a new genre. And the ending was better than anything I could have imagined, plus I haven't laughed that hard in a long while.
This could only work so well because the director knew what he was doing, the camera crew was top line, the film editor nailed it perfectly, and the actors are all first class. Kudos to everyone on this project.
Prime Video Verified Purchase. However I was a bit turned off by he attempts to explain the movies "quirks. And that's exactly what it did. And better than that it was filled with something most movies made for profit don't have, few special effects, a simple storyline; that offers the viewer a challenge, and a plot that was totally complex and worth the investment of time and money. Every aspect of the movie complimented the plot so well.
The only thing was, I found myself wondering whey they didn't get off the road sooner. But everyone got exactly what they deserved, and the innocent lived happily ever after. Do yourself a favor ignore the reviews that only compliment the writers ability to put so many words together and watch this move, you will be entertained.