Muggs (Leo Gorcey), Glimpy (Huntz Hall) and the rest of the Kids set about to "Americanize" affable young French refugee Jean Rogers (Frederick Pressel). But after a disastrous baseball game, Jean is chased out of the neighborhood and told not to return.
- Stars:Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, Gabriel Dell, William 'Billy' Benedict, Fred Pressel, Jimmy Strand, Bill Chaney, Roberta Smith, Noah Beery, Harry Langdon, Minerva Urecal, Jack Gilman, Kay Marvis, Tom Herbert, Bernard Gorcey,
- Director:Wallace Fox,
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(us) wrote: Part feminist subversion of the Ramayana, part wry autobiographical memoir, and a complete charmer, SITA - with its Hindu characters choreographed to vintage blues torch songs - is a culture-clash delight.
(es) wrote: everything that happens in this movie happens realistically. Sammi Cheng is adorable in the film and plays an unforgettable character.The movie is a must see. =)
(us) wrote: Take off your shirt before I cut you out from under it!
(nl) wrote: Unreal circumstances, predictability, corny phrases, and partial nudity... what more could you ask for--Silly and cheap but fun!!
(au) wrote: Like "bad" som 1'ern.. :-)
(us) wrote: Cronenberg's second feature is far more epic than Shivers but it lacks some of its predecessor's originality. Yet, there's plenty to analyze with both films. They pioneered body horror at a time where most threats in horror films were from something "out there", unlike these films, where they focused on what's inside us. This would lead to the fear of disease and infection that influenced later horror films. There's also some pretty crazy moments throughout; including Santa Claus being mowed down by a machine gun! Interestingly, porn star Chambers replaced Cronenberg's first choice, Sissy Spacek (who would go on to do Carrie the same year). However, Chambers does a solid job and Cronenberg was happy with her performance, despite the fact that her husband was on set with a handgun the entire time. Yikes! Talk about pressure. In the end, despite Rabid missing elements that make Shivers and especially The Brood so good, it does still have its appeal. Especially when you place Cronenberg's oeuvre in perspective. After all, it was these films that helped horror get taken more seriously as far as film theory and criticism were concerned.
(mx) wrote: Rather unusual,poignant drama about an emotionally disturbed man. Good performances by Lena Olin and Richard Gere.
(br) wrote: Nora Ephron tries to give us a great time with You've Got Mail and finally get this. Maybe, can be silly and forced, but, this film is essentially romantic and lovely, with Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks in the cast.