Ten 'til Noon
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"Ten 'til Noon" is a movie that is told Quentin Tarrentino style with its wacky thrown around scenes and quirky humor. Larry, a too nice of a guy businessman is just back from London and is woken from his jet lagged sleep in his own bedroom by two complete strangers Mr. Jay and Miss Milch. After a little conversing the cat is out of the bag...sorta.
What a tangled web we weave, and believe me their is plenty of deceiving going on here. This whole movie is about the last ten minutes of the hour and what many of these colorful characters were up to within this time frame. The thing is they all end up being connected to the same situation.
The puzzle is hilariously put together in some scenes and at other times the shit is hitting the fan. Carter and Rush were two dweebie guys who worked surveillance and happened to view some steamy situations on camera which they couldn't help but try to satisfy their animal urges.
My favorite character out of all of them was Leo who was played by George Williams. This hard ass gangster wanna be is married to a trophy wife Sheila and they are constantly bickering over him not spending time with her, and how he hasn't touched her in ages. He kept telling her to put some goddamn clothes on.
This film was great and I haven't seen anything like this for a long time. I thought one of the best scenes of this movie actually took play after some of the credits. Detective Night lets Leo hear some incriminating evidence against him. It's funny as hell. I know people are going to love "Ten 'til Noon" 4 cans
Added: Wednesday, April 18, 2007
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