Tais-Toi Reviews

  • Aug 11, 2018

    it makes me laugh every time i watch it

    it makes me laugh every time i watch it

  • Mar 28, 2017

    Suprisingly a good comedy, entertaining and not dissapointing at all. The pure french humor.

    Suprisingly a good comedy, entertaining and not dissapointing at all. The pure french humor.

  • Jun 02, 2013

    entretenida y simpática

    entretenida y simpática

  • Jan 27, 2013

    Tais-Toi (Shut Up) is overly simple - but that actually makes it very enjoyable - a barrel of laughs that you would expect from these two

    Tais-Toi (Shut Up) is overly simple - but that actually makes it very enjoyable - a barrel of laughs that you would expect from these two

  • Nov 22, 2012

    French comedy about an unlikely friendship. By some trick of destiny two criminals, a smart and cold henchman Ruby and a dumb but soft petty thief Quentin end up in the same prison cell. After they run away the character played by Reno plans his revenge against his former employer, a notorious gangster, however he has to get rid of affectionate and dim Quentin (Depardieu) first. In the other hand Quentin doesn't want to split and follows his new friend Ruby in his endeavours to reach the gangster getting himself into a lot of funny fights and chases. It is the archetypical friendship movie, two different individuals paired by chance learning from each other in an unexpected way. The story is uplifting when we get to see that Ruby isn't that hard and Quentin isn't a total halfwit. So a feel good film with funny dialogues and humoristic scenes. Because the plot is somewhat predictable the movie heavily relies in the performance of the two main leads and they deliver without problems, we are talking about perhaps the most famous and solid actors of France. They are very believable and hilarious at the same time and that is difficult to achieve. It might not be an outstanding film but it is light, amusing and very entertaining.

    French comedy about an unlikely friendship. By some trick of destiny two criminals, a smart and cold henchman Ruby and a dumb but soft petty thief Quentin end up in the same prison cell. After they run away the character played by Reno plans his revenge against his former employer, a notorious gangster, however he has to get rid of affectionate and dim Quentin (Depardieu) first. In the other hand Quentin doesn't want to split and follows his new friend Ruby in his endeavours to reach the gangster getting himself into a lot of funny fights and chases. It is the archetypical friendship movie, two different individuals paired by chance learning from each other in an unexpected way. The story is uplifting when we get to see that Ruby isn't that hard and Quentin isn't a total halfwit. So a feel good film with funny dialogues and humoristic scenes. Because the plot is somewhat predictable the movie heavily relies in the performance of the two main leads and they deliver without problems, we are talking about perhaps the most famous and solid actors of France. They are very believable and hilarious at the same time and that is difficult to achieve. It might not be an outstanding film but it is light, amusing and very entertaining.

  • Nov 18, 2012

    ahhh que caras, pa reirse como menso

    ahhh que caras, pa reirse como menso

  • Nov 07, 2012

    An action-packed comedy with nothing to lose that also delivers an infectious, highly effective chemistry between Reno and Depardieu.

    An action-packed comedy with nothing to lose that also delivers an infectious, highly effective chemistry between Reno and Depardieu.

  • Nov 02, 2012

    "Tais-Toi" saca un sin fin carcajadas con su humor bien pensado y decentes escenas de acción, sin olvidar la comiquísima combinación de Gerard Depardieu y Jean Reno.

    "Tais-Toi" saca un sin fin carcajadas con su humor bien pensado y decentes escenas de acción, sin olvidar la comiquísima combinación de Gerard Depardieu y Jean Reno.

  • Sep 24, 2011

    An excellent comedy, though it slowed down a little towards the end.

    An excellent comedy, though it slowed down a little towards the end.

  • Sep 10, 2011

    How to make friends of a lighthearted fool who never closes his mouth and a cool-blooded criminal? Well, it takes about one and a half hour of this French comedy with Gerard Depardieu and Jean Reno.

    How to make friends of a lighthearted fool who never closes his mouth and a cool-blooded criminal? Well, it takes about one and a half hour of this French comedy with Gerard Depardieu and Jean Reno.