Bernard and the Genie

Bernard and the Genie

Bernard Bottle, a mild mannered art buyer, is fired by his greedy boss, abandoned by his girlfriend and discovers a genie in an old bottle. The genie immediately embraces the modern world and helps Bernard on the side.

Bernard Bottle, a mild mannered art buyer, is fired by his greedy boss, abandoned by his girlfriend and discovers a genie in an old bottle. The genie immediately embraces the modern world and helps Bernard on the side. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Stephen Y (au) wrote: The Hollars was a sneakily thoughtful comedy. It was not the funniest not the most refreshing, and certainly has its share of plot holes and unanswered questions. Nonetheless it was entertaining and does a little more than just to make you laugh. As you sit through the almost absurd a few days with the extremely talented cast (seriously, how did they manage to get this cast), you'll laugh and learn something about life. Very easy to watch.

Pivi L (au) wrote: This looked so cool, so original! In the very beginning I had problems in following the jumping graphics and felt almost a bit dizzy, but once you get used to that, the visuals are just stunning for an animation.

Jonathan C (ca) wrote: hilarious comedy, that is amazing, I loved the ending I really got into it, so the ending came as a shock (well kind of), it was brilliant.

Justin C (jp) wrote: VERY cute movie. :-]

ZeldaGiygasLord 6 (jp) wrote: One of my cherished childhood memories. Definitely better than the Disney version, mostly thanks to some great songs by the songwriter of Wicked, The Prince of Egypt, and The Hunchback of Notre Dame. A great children's film.

Eric A (kr) wrote: One of the best films I've seen. It's deeply absorbing and mesmerising, with a great deal of wit. It's beautifully written and has you obsessed from the start. Ally Sheedy's performance was nothing short of incredible.

Mark F (us) wrote: I always like it when movies transport you to another age and I liked spending time in 1920s Britain - so atmospheric. There's also something about the time of their lives that it portrays - those young university years of hope and optimism when there's a world to conquer and the strength and fire to conquer it. All that infuses the movie with a wistful nostalgia. I enjoyed the faith of Eric Liddell and how it was portrayed, and that was what brought the real emotion to the climactic scene. And then of course the slight melancholy that comes with the juxtaposition of hearing how both Abrahams and Liddell died while cutting back to their youth, seeing them running along the beach, young and free, underpinned by the iconic theme music. A nice watch.

FilmGrinder S (kr) wrote: "Handouts you get from the government. A hand up is what you get from friends."-Philo Beddoe (Clint Eastwood) Things that make this movie great: The orangutan, Ruth Gordon as Ma, Lewis, tongue-in-cheek humor and john Quade, the Lord parling biker gang leader of the Black Widows. I see alot of critics are bashing the film calling it Eastwood's worst...have they not seen PINK CADILLAC?

Zach M (jp) wrote: Another interesting giallo from Dario Argento.I have to say it was funny to watch Karl Malden as the blind man Franco Arno, it was all Italian except for him.Another creepy yet interesting score from Ennio Morricone.A little too slow at times hindered it.

Andres V (fr) wrote: Unas imgenes espectaculares de la Antrtica acompaados de un enfoque pobre y somero. Es una lstima que el documental no lleve ms contenido pues las imgenes son de no creer.

Josh K (de) wrote: If you wanted to describe this movie, I guess you could say it's about Smurfs.

Casey B (ru) wrote: A fairy tale for fans of naturalist filmmaking. Funny and touching in equal parts. A character study that doesn't shy away from dramatic moments but that shines because it embraces the lighthearted side of life. Oh, and its plot involves a bunch of petty criminals who decide to steal a rare cask of whiskey.... what's not to like about that?

Phillip W (jp) wrote: Can't go wrong with the classics.