A Night Out

A Night Out

After a visit to a pub, Charlie and Ben cause a ruckus at a posh restaurant. Charlie later finds himself in a compromising position at a hotel with the head waiter's wife.

After a visit to a pub, Charlie and Ben cause a ruckus at a posh restaurant. Charlie later finds himself in a compromising position at a hotel with the head waiter's wife. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Tiberio S (fr) wrote: Despite my moral problem with this film's antagonist being an educator, rather than the greedy capitalist, there is so much fun energy, along with heart-warming relationships, that I'm forced to love it.The wonderful scene of the masked marauder chasing the car overpacked with our heroes is proof that action movies, which take themselves too seriously, suck. When the humor element is added, more can be done with a chase scene than the conventional film allows for. We haven't had a chance to know the rest of the team, the film has centralized around Hiro's relationship with Baymax. This chase scene cleverly uses the animated nature to both give us a fun, suspenseful pursuit while developing the other characters' personalities and values.

Zachary M (au) wrote: Let's get this right out of the way, most of this movie is just fine. The acting is fine, the music is good, and the comedy while hit and miss (mostly miss for me) is still okay. However, I have one huge problem with the movie, its main character. I hated Anna Kendrick's character in this film. It's not bad acting, it has everything to do with the writing of the character. Entitled, whinny, angry for no reason, and up stuck as all get out. If you're given a free college education, free from debt, and given such great opportunities and you shit on them because it's not "your thing" then fuck you. It's one thing to make you dislike a main character and then have them go through growth and development, but I was so filled with disgust for this character that nothing that could have happened would have saved it for me. Petty, maybe, but I dare you to watch this and not feel the same about this whiny brat afterwards.

Jason B (mx) wrote: A nice well drawn out comedy

Ganesh S (jp) wrote: Kahaani must be watched for Vidya Balan's performance!

Reece H (ag) wrote: The acting was incredible and filled with a whole range of emotions the story was sweet and simple, i found the direction very different compared to other early films from the 40's but it was a terrific and great film.

ryan s (ag) wrote: This movie has horrible plot and even worse acting. the director thought that since its a movie about mma that putting 5 mma stars in it would make it better, they were wrong. There is some softcore porn in it and with bad montages it is just horrible. watch if you must but it will make you lose about 3 IQ points.

Sofia A (mx) wrote: Throwing in the child as an added element to this slaughterhouse slasher flick does absolutely nothing for this cliche riddled flick. I don't even know if it's because of the bad writing or just bad acting. I didn't buy anything. The characters are annoying and absolutely unfunny. Daddario does not even have the decency to run like a real athlete. I disliked the movie so much I actually felt physical pain

Hayden G (ag) wrote: Ambitious but ultimately kind of flat.

Craig H (us) wrote: You will believe a motorcycle can fly! Few movies resonate with "1980's cheese" stronger and louder than "Megaforce". I may have watched this movie 2 to 3 dozen times growing up, I lost count. It was silly, unabashedly jingoistic, with a paper-thin plot that read like a rejected GI Joe script. It was a happier time when capitalism was king, knowing was half the battle, and good guys could wear silk headbands without looking silly (how the hell else will you tell who he is if everyone wears the same helmet?). Megaforce is a multinational force of soldiers who ride souped-up dune buggies and motorcycles into battle against the forces of evil. It is a comic book come to life staffed by 80's stalwarts like Barry Bostwick, Persis Khambatta, Edward Mulhare, and Michael Beck. They spout terrible, terrible dialogue, including some of the most obtuse, clumsy sexual innuendo ever to fly over my 7 year old head and some bad jokes I can quote to this day. Even the venerable Henry Silva is here, as the Guevara-like Guerera. They are a Republican's wet dream, able to go anywhere and dominate any enemy through the power of righteousness and their very white teeth. Megaforce operates out of a secret base in the American desert. Unsurprisingly, to make the best use of their Nevada shooting locations, they fight all their enemies in what appears to be the American desert, too! The special effects are laughably bad. When we get a flying motorcycle, we also get some of the worst blue screen footage EVAR. When they need to run the vehicles in "stealth mode", what do they do? They just TURN THE SOUND OFF THE FILM. If you watched this and "Red Dawn" on a double bill, you will understand why the Soviets were afraid to invade the US. Don't get me wrong - I LOVE this movie with every fiber of my being. It may be my favorite Hal Needham movie, above "Hooper", above "Smokey and the Bandit". Someday if we're lucky, we may finally see this on DVD. Woodchuck sez, "Oh, you have to see this train wreck."

Heist (ag) wrote: That's right. I watched and rated Legend of the Overfiend. It's actually semi-decent, stupid tentacle rape notwithstanding.

Natalie M (it) wrote: Good story. Not always great performance.

Mark H (gb) wrote: This is what good horror/thriller/mystery films are to me. This movie has a good story with a mystery at its center needing to be solved by a suddenly widowed music professor who rents a 100 year old mansion with a dark past. This film has very little violence or gore, just a creaky old mansion, odd noises in the night and a hidden staircase leading to an attic bedroom where a secret has remained hidden for decades. This film possesses many of the same qualities as the Omen, with it's plot centered around the urgency to solve the mystery before more bad things happen. I hold both films in about the same esteem, with the Omen achieving slightly higher marks for technical virtues and a better overall cast. I would like to find more films like this one - a ghost story with an actual mystery at its heart, and an engaging journey to solving the puzzle and ending the curse.

Leticia V (kr) wrote: Trs touchant, voir!??