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Contains some funny moments, but it's still a very lightweight comedy.
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It doesn't quite work, but there's enough here to make us look forward to the Russos' next offering.
Collinwood seems like a series of sketches, with caricatures instead of characters.
The picture runs a mere 84 minutes, but it's no glance. It's a head-turner -- thoughtfully written, beautifully read and, finally, deeply humanizing.
The actual heist is the high point, just as in the Italian film, and so raffish and disorganized was the gang that I can see how someone might enjoy this movie, coming to it for the first time.
An infectious caper flick.
Self-consciously quirky and straining for idiosyncrasy, Welcome to Collinwood is a passable ensemble comedy that never hits its stride.
Welcome to Collinwood has an eccentric, humorous beat and such beautiful characterisation that, even at a brisk 83 minutes, you end up caring about the characters even as you accept that their every effort is doomed to failure.
This is a great robbery farce enforced by excellent writing and great acting from a stellar cast.
An occasionally amusing but completely disposable comedy of errors that's not nearly as funny as it thinks it is.
Collinwood is certainly one dimensional, but it's a nice dimension. Pleasant. Smile-inducing. Fun.
The film looks and sounds bright and bouncy, and it's full of reliable old comic devices like characters absurdly repeating themselves and asking incredulous questions.
The mugging is heavy-duty stuff; but its aimless geniality ultimately wins one over.
Entertaining and funny, Welcome to Collinwood is a nice film to watch, but certainly is very weak and poor; what make the original Italian classic comedy "I Soliti Ignoti" much more better.
Funny. Screwball kind of movie. Well done. William H. Macy is fantastic, as usual.
A gang of down at heel petty crooks inherit what they think is a perfect crime but in execution, things do not go as smoothly as they'd hoped. A kind of Ocean's Eleven for losers, Welcome To Collinwood is a comic heist film that smacks of trying way too hard. I was not surprised to learn it was a remake of a European film because of the broad slapstick and forced wackiness of the whole idea (Jerry Lewis is still one of the most popular comic actors on mainland Europe. Draw your own conclusions...) The cast are all OK and there is little here that offends, but the Clouseau-esque heist is typical of the tone of the whole film; ridiculous coincidences, surreal situations, heavy handed farce and slapstick that plays wholeheartedly for the cheap seats. It's not awful, but with the talent involved I expected a whole lot more.
What a freak show of nut cases...
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