Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops
Harry and Willie are scammed into buying the Thomas Edison studio lot by a man named Gorman. They decide to follow Gorman's trail to Hollywood where, unbeknownst to them, he has taken the identity of a foreign film director. The lads wind up as stunt doubles in film the which Gorman is now shooting, while the conman tries to have the bungling pair done away with before they realize who he really is.
- Stars:Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Fred Clark, Lynn Bari, Max 'Slapsie Maxie' Rosenbloom, Harold Goodwin, Roscoe Ates, Mack Sennett, Heinie Conklin, Hank Mann,
- Director:Charles Lamont,
- Writer:John Grant, Lee Loeb (story)
Harry and Willie buy the Edison Movie Studio in the year 1912 from Joseph Gorman, a confidence man. They follow Gorman to Hollywood where, as stunt men, they find him directing movies as Sergei Trumanoff and stealing the studio payroll. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Shockingly watchable
(de) wrote: I was impressed by the action in this movie, it made the movie real cool to watch. JCVD's performance was a little too over the top but it was fun for the most part.
(mx) wrote: Good for Ten years Old and Under. Hard to watch for other Audiences.Movie tries to build the pace like the movies of Raju Hirani and Taare Zameen Par, But doesn't succeed.However 2 of the songs are nice : - Taai Taai Phisss & chadde Patte
(us) wrote: Unexpected. Totally blew me away. A good Turkish response to Hollywood.
(de) wrote: One question. Why? It's plain and doesn't hold a light to the original classic.
(us) wrote: Soul Food has its strengths in focusing on family and tradition. But I still find it unsettling that the cuisine led to one of central character's decline in health, and yet they still ate the same unhealthy food despite that fact. Soul food it may be, but not healthy for the body.
(kr) wrote: " Meurs sans poser de questions ": telle est la sentence de Gosha envers ses personnages samouras, tant ils sont tombs bien bas, et ce pour des raisons plus politiques que thiques. Ds lors qu'ils se mettent tuer les villageois, ces hommes du pass ne seront plus
(fr) wrote: With a cast like that it should be funnier but none the less it`s 98 minutes well spent!
(kr) wrote: loved it ,funny movie
(jp) wrote: This movie is an eloquent portrayal of human ignorance imprisoning a dog to live out a decade in confusion, disappointment, and grief as he passes his days waiting for his master to return. Setting aside the fact that not one of the idiots who supposedly cared for this dog took it upon himself to make the dog a shelter, I want to say, "Wake up world!" There is no "mysterious" union here; this was an ordinary dog doing an ordinary thing. Akita's are fiercely loyal. It was the human element that was gut wrenchingly noteworthy. If owners of dogs really loved their dogs they would become more informed about what is necessary to take care of their dogs. Had the owner been sickly, the dog would have picked up on that and resolved itself to a death situation when the owner failed to show up. Yes, dogs are extremely perceptive. However, since this was a sudden death and the owner had allowed this dog to be a crucial part of his daily routine, a perfect storm arose that left the dog confused and locked into a behavior pattern because he knew no different. We all want to believe the dog was paying homage to his dead master when actually the dog was daily living out his perceived reality: My master doesn't want to be with me today." This dog could have had a happy life bonding with his new family had the owners taken the dog to the dead body of his owner so that he could sniff him and draw the natural conclusion that animals draw. Yes, he would have mourned the loss but he would have gotten over it and gone on with his life in a much less depressing way. Shame on us for not becoming more educated about these poor creatures we mercilessly include in our lives for our own selfish reasons. It was obvious that not one person involved with this movie knew the first thing about caring for, training, or even interacting with a dog. Poorly acted, poorly written, poorly directed mess of a movie that did a true disservice to man's best friend.