Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy

Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy

When the murder of an archaeologist puts a valuable medallion into their hands, Abbott and Costello waste little time in trying to sell it, only to find themselves pursued by police, a slinky adventuress, an Egyptian high priest, and the mummy himself.

Bud and Lou find themselves pursued by an Egyptian cult for a special medallion linked to a walking mummy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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James V (mx) wrote: Never thought I'd get so upset about a fossil!

Vincent P (ag) wrote: With lots of heaving bosoms, sumptuous sets/costumes and over-the-top kills, this Hammer throwback twists the old tale to keep you on your toes... but some weird anomalies exist because of it. Like the fact that there's two Renfields. Granted they're not both named Renfield, but they serve the same purpose. It's like they had two different ideas for the character they couldn't reconcile so they decided to include both. The 3D is phenomenal. The CGI is way off (but incredibly charming). The score incorporates a whole lotta theremin. An entertaining take on the old tale that horror movie buffs oughta enjoy for reviving staples of the genre; despite its shortcomings.

Vinnie G (es) wrote: Russian film that shows two meteorologists working in the isolated Arctic with only each other - and the crackly radio which connects them to home - as company. The main plot of the film is that the younger of the two men receives an important message via the radio, whilst his colleague is away fishing. The message he's instructed to pass on is that the wife and son of his colleague have had a terrible accident and died. He sits around the base waiting for his colleague to return, torturing himself over the reaction he's going to get when he finally tells him.The slowness of the film is almost the point of its delivery in order to show us how boring their lives/jobs are. We have to experience the boredom in order to feel it fully and to understand the plot better and perhaps why things turn out the way they do.

Britta S (br) wrote: Really good or the worst movie ever!

Tasia Z (kr) wrote: i didn't like the monologues. It was too much like a play but still good

Tim F (gb) wrote: What a weird topic! Meat sellers! for the 'gourmet' of the meat industry. Our two guys try awfully hard to get their last sale but it all seems to turn when Bill idiotically loses the one of the two leads! after some weird seduction they end up in the house of a mob guy. From there on it gets very intresting and pretty hilarious I think. The comparison of the mob with the meat industry, which comes up more than once or twice, is well put and actually awesome. i think Romano and James are a splendid duo for this! And when they get the idea they can actually still pull off the sale it's just amazing. Very impressive! Only the two henchmen and a boss who tries to take it all over stand in their way of making the sale. Cool fun little movie!

Stacy M (mx) wrote: This was a good movie about adolescence. It covered siblings, sex, and "strom and stress". The only bad thing was the last 5 minutes or so. I did not like how it ended.

Jonathan S (fr) wrote: Willie. Beamen. Nuff said.

Janoy F (it) wrote: A few mildly comical bits that gave a lighter view of 1930's criminal groups. Apart from a few descriptive lines this is forgettable...

Thunder b (mx) wrote: fucking stupid ass fucking movie never should watched it

Film F (gb) wrote: Another Diamond in the Rough...

Jeanette M (es) wrote: great baseball movie

Jennifer X (de) wrote: I can still hear the chorus, ANCHOOORRS AWEEEEIGH! The story with Kathryn Grayson and Gene Kelly was so sweet, man! This is like a less horny version of On the Town, a perfect companion piece.