Crime comedy directed by Luc Besson and starring Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer. An ex-mafia boss is moved to rural France under the witness protection program after snitching on old friends back in the States. Given new identities as the 'Blake' family, Fred (De Niro), his wife Maggie (Pfeiffer) and their two children Belle (Dianna Agron) and Warren (John D'Leo) struggle to fit in to the French way of life and it isn't long before their old ways of dealing with trouble attract attention from mafiosos back home...
Not the greatest movie but surprisingly entertaining and im quite chuffed that DeNiro still has it in him, although quite tame and slow at first, it becomes more exciting as it progresses. I would definitely watch it again. Great supporting actors, the kids are super mean lol
With Robert de Niro in it maybe i expected more but I have got to admit I enjoyed the film it was different but I would not write it off may not be to everyone's taste but it is violent so all i can say is it is up to the individual to try it or not
This is a really good movie... Underated and I think it doesn't get the proper attention... It's really funny, and scary in places, it might go a bit unrealistic towards the end... But then again most films do... Chemistry between the actors works really well... Good for a laugh.
i was expecting 2 be laughing more than i was, it has such good actors with good comic timing yet it left me feeling a little flat but there were a few giggles along the way, if u have a lonely night it will keep u company.