Boobs in Arms
The stooges are greeting card salesmen who are mistakenly inducted into the army after escaping from the jealous husband of one of their customers. In bootcamp their sergeant turns out to be the same man, whom they constantly vex and bewilder. When the boys are sent to the front lines and the sergeant is captured they must rescue him, which they do after doping themselves with laughing gas. At the end they get shot off into the sunset on a cannon shell.
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(au) wrote: The movie has a weird way of getting across a powerful message. Don't judge the plot too seriously either.
(fr) wrote: "24 City" borrows its structure from documentary to more effectively transmit its "real" message of a changing China and is successful in doing that. Multi-award winner Chinese director Jia Zhang-Ke returns to fiction with "24 City" after winning Venices Gold Lion in 2006 with "Sanxia haoren" (in the same year he saw his documentary "Dong" win two awards and in 2007 he won another one for the documentary "Wuyong"). "24 City" was produced in 2008 and the director (as of 2010) has already another short and a new documentary. Jia Zhang-Ke, who also co-wrote the script, uses the closing of state factory 420 (a military unit facility) in Chengdu and the conversion its grounds into a huge housing and commercial complex named 24 City (24 City is an old poem) to show us how China is changing. Versatility as a fictionist and a documentarist are as must important as the director steals the structure from documentary and fuses documentary with fiction. Jia Zhang-Ke shots several characters from different generations telling us their life experiences, all of them having some connection to the factory (some are real interview with factory workers; others are fictional played by actors). The factory serves as a common point between characters but also as a symbol of a changing China; this change is evident in the speech, experiences and expectations from the different generations during the course of the movie. As the movie progresses the film wins consistency and unity. Bridging between the different interviews are sequences that show the dismantling of factory 420 as well as the new project to be implemented and we also accompany some of the characters in their lives; Zhang-Ke uses songs and phrases from Chinese and non-Chinese poets in these segments. If trough the words of his characters in the interviews the director manages to put to testimony a China in mutation with the bridging segments we reinforces that messages through the art of music and poetry. China's change is not only economic but also cultural and it is obvious some degree of occidentalization/globalization of the new generation. It is here where real and fictional gain significance as we get the feeling that there seems to be a mixture of both in the history of China's mutation. "24 City" is a good film. *** (3/5).
(au) wrote: One of the best films of 2005 and and it's decade and no one has seen it.
(fr) wrote: This movie is so much the opposite of uplifting that you think Gary Oldman ought to be in it. But it's honestly made, and its second half does linger in the memory.
(us) wrote: Interesting look at 80's Britain and the divide between the haves and have-nots. A transsexual waiter named Alex is fired from a restaurant catering to the very rich with its obnoxious customers. With a homeless tramp, and two others, Alex decides to wage revolution against the rich, with a little help from a Russian spy and his cohort (Lemmy from Motorhead). It's got attitude with the music from Motorhead, and Nosher Powell, as the obnoxious bullying Home Secretary who wants to be prime minister, is a villain to be hated. Lots of guests cameos abound, e.g. Miranda Richardson, Paul McCartney, Bill Wyman, and Robbie Coltrane (Hagrid from Harry Potter).
(es) wrote: Bad, bad, bad, but entertainingly so.The lesser Krush Groove. Not too spoil anything, but how is anything solved at the end? The evil land developer didn't really do anything illegal and I don't recall anything getting overturned at the climatic hearing scene. That said, I laughed about 100 times during the movie and never once thought about turning it off. Keep an eye out for a cameo from Ice-T, with a jheri curl and a Thriller-era outfit.
(ru) wrote: The music was god-awful, but I really liked this. I think Benedict Fitzgerald and Huston managed to really capture the essence of O'Connor's novel, an almost impossible feat. Plus, Brad Dourif was perfect as Hazel.
(br) wrote: This isn't one of Huston's personal films, it is lauded with melodrama and soap operatic moments. What keeps it together is the chemistry and performances of Bette Davis and Olivia De Havilland. If you're able to keep away from the nostalgia of Classic Hollywood films, you'll realize the movie is just a step above mediocrity, but good enough to entertain. A typical Classic Hollywood product out of the studio system machine.
(ca) wrote: This was such an amazing story. I love Bette Davis and Charles Boyer - their performances were so full of warmth and subtlies.
(us) wrote: A captivating and twisty thriller with a very weak ending. 67/100
(us) wrote: I really don't get all the hate for this movie. I thought it was pretty damn funny