Albert Zack is a struggling, bumbling, advertising salesman hired to save the Beaver Bra Company from impending doom. He is charged with signing five specific, world-famous, busty woman as endorsers for the bra line. Silly antics and situations occur as he tries, mostly in various costumes, to get close enough to these women to make his pitch for their signature. Working against him are two board members who stand to gain if the company fails. As he circles the globe in search of these signatures, he is faced with a variety of challenges, one of which is a relationship with his own secretary.
Writer:Wolfgang von Schiber (story), Chuck Vincent (screenplay), Rick Marx (screenplay), Ian Shaw (screenplay)
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solidity q (gb) wrote: Rachel Nichols. I can watch her in anything. She gives a strong performance; believably distressed in 99 percent of this movies scenes. And Wes Bentley, a strange fellow in the two movies, this one included, I've seen him in, is equally good. Giving the impression of a weird loner, with serious issues.
I dont know w (it) wrote: Looks egotistical and laughable. That's why I got to see it.
Vessela D (us) wrote: Great dances but a silly story...
TheMumblelover (gb) wrote: A script and story of poor quality but the martial art scenes are great and the Chinese acting also their American counterparts not so it fact they are terrible. A cowboy with dyed blonde hair? It was a missed opportunity to tell a story of racial tensions in the west and the treatment of Chinese workers, I think it wanted to go there but the research team didn't bother.
Jess L (us) wrote: Pretty much nothing like this out there today
Jordan B (de) wrote: A couple scenes aside, this is really clever and entertaining film. Creative and witty in classic Woody Allen style. They just don't make comedies like they used to.
DC F (nl) wrote: A great Spaghetti Western with an American star. I love revenge flicks with such an awesome score that Kill Bill had to steal much of it!
John H (nl) wrote: The single most devastating half hour in cinema, looking back unflinchingly on the ultimate horror of history. Contrasting calm, weirdly serene color footage of the decaying camps with photographs and stock footage of the unspeakable in action, it examines not only the Holocaust, but the weaknesses of collective guilt and memory. It concludes, without overblown rhetoric or speechifying, that not only will we forget, deny and deflect, but that we have the power to do so again. "It wasn't me," says guards, executioners, townspeople who stood by and did nothing. So who is responsible? NIGHT AND FOG boldly says that's its the human heart of darkness and our inability to face it. In other words, all of us are responsible.
Andrew B (fr) wrote: If any one director is the master of simple plots, it would probably have to be Yasujiro Ozu. Though this is my least favorite film in the "Noriko trilogy" it still has a steady weight to it which makes it another worthy addition to the canon of one of cinema's most acclaimed masters.
Fluntboy T (nl) wrote: I love this movie the best of all the Shirley Temples, thank god for once they left out the sad bits like all her other movies 10 out of 10 !!!
Mette S (it) wrote: Incredible rip-off of every dino-flick, I can think of. The effects are bad in a very beautiful way and acting even more amazing. Thank you, Asylum, for delivering awesomeness. You rock :)
Rodrigo y (es) wrote: The Devil Inside delivers some thrills but fails to deliver an original Found Footage movie ending.