Åsa-Nisse slår till

Åsa-Nisse slår till

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Åsa-Nisse and Klabbarparn with wives taking part in a jenka-contest from Knohult to Vetlanda where he reports with his homemade walkie-talkie. Then he demonstrates the "Demon-Spritzer", a self-made cement machine which then breaks down and squirts down Klabbarparn with cement. Sjökvist is robbed and bike down with his delivery-bicycle in water at a beach. The robbers then repents and wants to return the money. Features performances from artists Sten & Stanley, The Moonlighters, and Shane. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Berni E (it) wrote: A French film with excellent scores from the critics is usually a sure fire win for me......alas, not quite this time. La Seydoux is as watchable as ever though.

Calvin R (gb) wrote: Trick r' Treat is definetly a excellent anthology with three great stories that ties up at the end. Michael Dougherty knew what he was doing in this crafty old-fashion horror flick. Great performance, great customes, good old fashion scares, and a unpredictable twist that makes this the best horror anthology ever!

Diego T (fr) wrote: Another terminal case of cinematic malpractice. This is one of those movies that tries so hard to be heartwarming that it almost makes you sick.

Corey C (ru) wrote: Goddamn I hate teenagers. So this was unsurprisingly not very compelling, like, at all. Risible from two perspectives: 1) boiling down the complexities of human lives into marketable stereotypes (the "geek," the "rebel," etc.); or 2) the elevation of teenage bullshit into high drama and tragedy. Slickly-made, but so what, so is "The Hills."

Joseph S (nl) wrote: It is complete garbage, but that is quite a step up for a disney sequel.

Grayson D (us) wrote: Audiard is one of the best directors working today and this is a well made Hitchcockian thriller.

Simon W (kr) wrote: You sit through this movie thinking that they might get it on ... they never do.

Javier V (es) wrote: I don't know if it was because I was SOOO tired...but it didn't work to me :S. I didn't feel it and was very boring. REALLY boring. Interesting, but boring.

Brad S (mx) wrote: This is a truly epic film shot in Cinerama, which was a 3 camera process. The scope of the picture is something to behold, absolutely gorgeous cinematography that looks stunning on Blu-ray. Featuring and all-star cast, the film follows several generation of a family as they head West between 1839-1889. Some of the stars are: Jimmy Stewart, John Wayne, Henry Fonda, Gregory Peck, and more. Recommended!

Alexander C (ru) wrote: Want to see it! Will have to take into account!