Adventures of a Private Eye

Adventures of a Private Eye

Christopher Neil stars in the second of the saucy Adventures...comedy series. The Adventures of a Private Eye is a 1977 British sex comedy film starring Christopher Neil, Suzy Kendall, Harry H. Corbett and Liz Fraser. It was the second in the trilogy of 'Adventures' films after the 1976 film Adventures of a Taxi Driver. It was followed the next year by Adventures of a Plumber's Mate, the final film in the trilogy

While a private detective is away on vacation, his not particularly bright assistant takes it upon himself to "solve" a case that comes in. Complications ensue. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Adventures of a Private Eye torrent reviews

Marah R (de) wrote: A realistic story of a single mom trying to keep her life together.

Kevin R (au) wrote: Don't pull his paw!Five puppies that are brothers follow an ice cream truck right onto a plane that they board and end up being whisked off to Alaska. Once in Alaska, the puppies encounter a husky, and his owner, and begin preparing to be on a bobsled team. Hopefully after the race, the puppies can find their way home!"I wasn't chasing. I was escorting."Robert Vince, director of Spymate, Air Buddies, Space Buddies, Santa Buddies, The Search for Santa Paws, Spooky Buddies, Treasure Buddies, Santa Paws 2, and Super Buddies, delivers Snow Buddies. The storyline for this picture is fairly ridiculous but kids may enjoy the ridiculous content. The settings were well selected, but that's about the only positive I can relay on this movie. The acting is below average and the cast includes James Belushi, Jimmy Bennett, Whoopi Goldberg, and Josh Flitter. "Sisters rule. Brothers drool."My mother put us onto these movies last Christmas when she bought my daughter Santa Paws. We then began watching these films on Netflix. Some of them are definitely better than others; but as you may predict, they are nothing special and fairly ridiculous. I honestly recommend skipping all of these pictures...unless your child absolutely adores dogs, then you may be stuck like me. ;)"Sometime you just have to have faith."Grade: D

Maurice F (ca) wrote: Volgens mij kun je om deze film niet eens lachen als je stoned bent. Zo slecht met brokkenacteur Brendan Fraser die hier probeert een stoere rol te portretteren.

Wayne I (ca) wrote: Excellent, though movies like this always leave me speechless as to the brutality and insanity of some of the human race and off course supported and funded by America!

Renee R (kr) wrote: This is one of the worst movies I've every seen. I paid full new release price for it, watched it, and then took it to block buster and traded it in to get $5 off a new purchase. I was so sure that Helen Hunt wouldn't put her name on something that bad.

Johnny L (kr) wrote: Very similar to the prequel. Some decent jokes, mostly gags.

Eddie C (gb) wrote: This is one of my Kids Favorite childhood movies. Great Family movie.

Harry H (ru) wrote: This is the most beautiful & greatest Indian film that I have ever seen. There are no other Indian films or even any films from around the world for that matter (except maybe Scandinavian, French, German & Russian films) that come even close to being as good as this film. Everything about this film is wonderful. My sincere heartfelt thanks go out to the great directors Vikas Desai & Aruna Raje for creating such a divine masterpiece.

Jamie J (gb) wrote: When we finally do get visited by beings from somewhere other than Earth, I think there's one thing they will be able to take away with them - that b-movies are most certainly now their own genre, and a law unto themselves. Iron Sky if anything is proof, if anything that they don't always have to be shit. Unlike the license and law suit baiting parody bollocks that is spat out on a ferocious basis by studios such as The Asylum, Iron Sky has gathered quite the cult following the right way, by having a unique concept, rather than ripping off other people's work, and at least attempting to make a good film of it.Iron Sky won't get entered into any lists of all time greats on reddit or buzzfeed, and I'm sure Roger Ebert wouldn't have been buried with a copy of the dvd, but taken on it's own merits you have a surprisingly fun two hours (dictators cut) with better cgi and special effects than some mid tier Hollywood numbers. If b-movies really are a big deal these days, then take some comfort in Iron Sky being one of the better ones. Just don't expect Schindler's list.

Maria C (de) wrote: An intriguing title with a well know actor is sure to bring my curiosity to the fore. Not expecting much, I was pleasantly surprised at how moving and quite intriguing this movie was. As the story starts one is unsure of where it is leading and who the characters are. But as the story unfolds, it becomes clearer and I certainly felt chuffed that I figured out what was going on. You then wish to follow through to see if the main character is what one assumes or is there some other part of him we do not know about. Critics may have panned it, but I suspect many of us may feel we can understand the main characters feelings if we, too, were involved in such a terrible situation. I won't add any other information for fear of spoilers. Quite a haunting movie and one I thoroughly enjoyed.

Abb J (us) wrote: The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug: This eye-popping second installment of The Hobbit film trilogy is certainly a step up from the first, in terms of action and plot, but it is just so long (2 hours, 41 minutes) that all but the most diehard fans will be yawning well before its cliffhanger "ending." Still, it is entertaining, and visually, it is stunning, with loads of the usual mind-numbing, CGI special effects. B

Matt C (nl) wrote: It is impossible to even refer to this film without first addressing the fact that it's all a load of old hooey. Even if you accept the plot and all it's contrivances at face value, to even slightly start to mentally peel beneath it's layers will instantly make you start to address it's glaring implausibilities and in some cases downright ridiculousness. However the performances are uniformly excellent the talking points with regard to politics, religion and family secrets are all engaging and you come away from the film feeling you've at the very least been watching something of some substance.