Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd

Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd

Two hapless waiters in a tavern on the Spanish Main play cupid between aristocratic Lady Jane and tavern co-worker Bruce Martindale, but the two bumpkins mix-up a love letter with Captain Kidd's treasure map of Skull Island, leading to them being kidnapped and taken off to the notorious pirate's island.

Rocky and Puddin' Head are waiting tables at an inn on Tortuga when a letter given them by Lady Jane for delivery to Martingale gets switched with a treasure map. Kidd and Bonney kidnap them to Skull Island to find said treasure. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tom F (gb) wrote: Great movie, tells the story of Ray Kroc very well! If America knew what kind of real prick he was I wonder if McDonalds would have ever been as big as it is! Poor ol' McDonald brothers really got the raw end of the deal from Ray!

Ashley A (fr) wrote: It was pretty good I saw it today!

Jake P (mx) wrote: Snow Angles is a haunting story about those many people we will never really get to know living in small towns across this country that we almost surely will never visit.

Bridget C (gb) wrote: Starts well but doesn't quite go the distance.

Andrew O (gb) wrote: While it may be sparse in terms of narrative, the brisk pace and frightening emotion mixed with visceral and popping action proves to be a memorable and rewarding experience.

Maark T (us) wrote: A very tense thriller that has you caught up in the world it is set from the beginning til the end.

Salim I (nl) wrote: A vague, dry, and bland entry in the Michael Crichton adaptation. It's not really entertaining, it's just a waste of time. Bruce Campbell and Ernie Hudson are the only actors who have any competence in this movie. With clumsy direction, vague acting, and a ridiculous script, Congo is not an adaptation, it's just a dull rehash of better adventure films.

L B (us) wrote: French realist, social film at its best, focused on a great cast, vivid, clever, funny, and tragic at the same time.

Alana B (mx) wrote: that was very funny and jokes

Rachel L (fr) wrote: good historical film great actimg and cast

Charles P (gb) wrote: Mr. Freedom is a political satire that spins American's disastrous attempts to inflict "freedom" on other nations into the violent misadventures of an obnoxious and unfunny superhero.

Sausages M (us) wrote: Entertaining, if campy, western that could have been better written (it's beyond confusing what the actual motivations are until the robbery). Joan does her best, but ultimately her postbox-red lips are distracting. The colouration may be to blame for that, but no doubt Miss Crawford was as well. Sterling Hayden does a bang up job as the mystery man who turns out not so mysterious, but like I said the plot is a bit shabby and Mercedes McCambridge draqs the thing down with her hammy performance. And as "Bad Movies We Love" pointed out, there's a lot of bizarre homosexual subtext in between the lines.

Kate C (br) wrote: This is a different kind of WWII movie not overly propagandized. This has to be one of my faves primarily because it focuses on an overlooked population that was more or less ignored by popular media during the war... the Roma/gypsies... and it does so in a way that tries to respects their culture while blending it with a casablanca-esque storyline of murder, mystery, intrigue, and of course nazis. A British officer embarks on a dangerous mission in the heart of Germany. However, they are captured and forced to escape. His only choice is to try and disappear. An eccentric gypsy (Marlene) takes him under her wing, more or less because she is attracted to him, and assimilates him into her culture. He soon falls for her, but danger is never far behind. Eventually they are forced to separate, but what is to become of them after the war?...

Andres G (jp) wrote: love it. too bad jack died.

Daniel L (fr) wrote: brief but really funny,

Kalel J (ca) wrote: Affecting and affirming, BURNING MAN is emotion and story delivered with unconventional rhythm. It is raw, difficult, funny, intriguing, but most of all nuanced. A powerful showcase of editing and exceptional performances make this something special.

Edmund C (fr) wrote: Sometimes re-watching a film 19 years later gives one better appreciation of the material. And boy, has this one aged well. Setting: Record store. Songs? Lots of 'em! And I'd guess it's not exactly easy filming all those music-filled chaotic scenes in the store! An all-round memorable cast, my favs were perpetually jolly Mark (Ethan Embry) and long-fringed AJ.

Jeremy B (nl) wrote: Eh. Not horrible, but I should have passed.