Billy Owens and the Secret of the Runes
Three students have to find a way to free their teacher's soul from an enchanted amulet.
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Sgt C (br) wrote: (57%)Very much a movie that owes a great deal of its existence to "Shaun of the dead", and to a large extent that's no bad thing. It shares a super simplistic plot of its predecessor, only here it has got its head in the clouds a great deal more with its comedy bank job scenes and 17th century mummified zombies. The laughs themselves aren't of an equal quality of "Shaun of the dead", and they mostly derive from the very cockney turns of phrase, with the very funny Alan Ford giving it both barrels whenever the opportunity arises, and the sadly no longer with us Richard Briers gunning down zombies with an uzi from his zimmer frame. Overall it isn't a comedy classic, but it does offer exactly what it promises.
Noname (gb) wrote: Probably one of the worst comedies about parody of other big hit movies. Not so funny with low low.. budget feeling and bad jokes. A big + tho for the lovely Carmen :)
Joni F (de) wrote: Hyv kaahaus leffa, vaikka oli aika ennalta arvattava.
Adam R (jp) wrote: An absurd concept, but it was fairly entertaining. Something a little different for the holidays, although I don't need to see it again. (First and only viewing - 11/19/2013)
Donnie H (au) wrote: Spaceballs is extremely boring for the most part, it drags out too long, there isn't any memorable music, there is no energy, and most of the gags are really stupid. Being stupid doesn't make something funny, there should really be a joke attached to something stupid; like having Yoda be called Yogurt, and having Chewbacca be named Barf is just trying to make people laugh based on how ridiculous it is rather than it actually being funny. Despite that, the movie being extremely boring is my main issue with it. Give it a watch on if you are either a huge fan of Star Wars, or you can forgive the film for being very hit or miss with its gags.
Riley H (ca) wrote: Interesting and a harbinger of fly on the wall type documentaries, even though they talk to the camera here.
Adam R (br) wrote: A cult classic directed by my good friend Alvin Rakoff, I can't slam it. You could actually make separate film about the making of it. Equally horrifying!
Sam O (nl) wrote: In all honesty, I really enjoyed the film despite the bad reviews
bill s (ag) wrote: The one or two laughs in this comedy are just not enough.
Amy H (nl) wrote: The film was average at best. The idea was there, but it wasn't executed well enough. SPOILER: At the end when it was revealed that one of the demons was the main characters brother, it didn't make any sense as the brother Joel lived in USA, not Jerusalem. It wasn't explained well enough and left me confused.