Number 10 in the Blondie series, Blondie Goes to College is predicated on the notion that Dagwood Bumstead (Arthur Lake) must receive a college diploma or lose his job with the Dithers Construction Company. Not wishing to be separated from her husband, Blondie (Penny Singleton) enrolls in college as well. But Leighton College rules stipulate "No Married Couples", forcing Blondie and Dagwood to pretend that they're not married. This causes quite a dilemma when coed Laura Wadsworth (Janet Blair) begins flirting with Dagwood and Rusty Bryant (Larry Parks) does same with Blondie. And Blondie's discovery of a very pleasant secret threatens to expose her and Dagwood's marital status too. The student body at this particular seat of learning is comprised of quite a few familiar faces, including Lloyd Bridges, Sid Melton, and Adele Mara.
Dagwood decides to go to college. Blondie goes along with him, keeping their marriage a secret. They send Baby Dumpling off to military school where he becomes top sergeant. Blondie is ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Leslie L (br) wrote: A must see for people with a conscience and/or unemployed! Buying products from China builds up their military (they are not allies) and is like buying illegal drugs that support the Cartels. Are you going to do it?
Lama N (mx) wrote: Barbie and the diamond castle
J K (es) wrote: A still-photography documentary but still a must-see for anyone who loved Nirvana and/or early 1990s grunge, especially those who actually lived in Seattle at the time. So many movies and novels have delved into the why's for Cobain but none have really shown a clear-cut reason for his mindset. Some believe he was just so sick with "The Establishment" and it's meddling with his music. Others believe his drug use simply overwhelmed him. It's apparent from watching this documentary and listening to the audio interviews that Cobain had been unhappy his entire life, but it took just one thing to set him off the edge. This doc comes close to answering the why, though does leave a lot to the imagination, which is probably a good thing. Nobody likes to think of the pain the man was in and nobody likes to reminisce about the loss of one of the last truly great talents rock music has ever seen.
Fawn O (us) wrote: "About Schmidt" is a piquant character study on an embittered, selfish, and [often] apathetic retiree, named Warren Schmidt, who -- following his retirement party and the sudden death of his wife, Helen (for whom he had grown indifferent) -- reflects solicitously on a life he has deemed painfully unsatisfying for being wholly unremarkable. Struggling with social isolation, the process of aging, feelings of loneliness, and unrelentingly complacency about a seemingly bleak future, Schmidt eventually embarks on a journey for self-discovery that is both captivating and profound. With Jack Nicholson in the titular role, "About Schmidt" is a sturdy, bitter-sweet, tongue-in-cheek comedy with a fair amount of bite. An aspect I found particularly clever was the humorously intuitive score set to reflect Schmidt's emotional temperament. [B] -- 73%
TheScarlatescu R (fr) wrote: I basically watched it for Ja Rule but I was impressed by Pras,very good performance
Nicki M (mx) wrote: As very b grade, low budget slasher movies go, this actually isn't bad. I think it got a bit of an unfair panning. Honestly I think it is meant to be funny rather than scary. I saw it on release at the cinema and I don't remember being disappointed at all with it. I have since bought the dvd and rewatched it recently, and still find it not bad. Admittedly, it owes a lot to Molly Ringwald. Just being fabulous. Here she plays a fading star, but she's so glamorous with it. And kind of bitchy. Really, even if the movie did suck, it would still be worth watching for her appearance. The rest of the cast are pretty much unknown Australians. (Aside from Kylie Minogue, who dies very early on). They are not bad for this genre. The actress who plays Hester I thought had a nice quality on screen, pity she seemed to have not done much else. I don't think it will be the best movie anyone ever watched, but it does have its moments.
Petri P (br) wrote: Nyt kyll Wesley Snipesin pohjanoteeraus...Silvia Colloca oli aikas namu...
Roy L (de) wrote: I'm not going to waste my time and yours comparing it to the original. As a stand alone shark movie, it's one of the best.
Arslan K (it) wrote: Magnificent film with am amazing dialogue. What amazes me is how different this movie was. The fourth wall breaking or the messed up timeline or even the weirdness of it. This film was very ahead of its time and gave us tricks and storytelling ways we use in cinema today.
Christina R (gb) wrote: Goes along with the Daredevil movie that it continued~