Carry on Again Doctor
Dr Nookey is disgraced and sent to a remote island hospital. He is given a secret slimming potion by a member of staff, Gladstone Screwer, and he flies back to England to fame and fortune. But others want to cash in on his good fortunes, and some just want him brought down a peg or two.
- Stars:Sidney James, Kenneth Williams, Charles Hawtrey, Jim Dale, Joan Sims, Barbara Windsor, Hattie Jacques, Patsy Rowlands, Peter Butterworth, Elizabeth Knight, Alexandra Dane, Peter Gilmore, Pat Coombs, Patricia Hayes, William Mervyn,
- Director:Gerald Thomas,
- Writer:Talbot Rothwell (screenplay)
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Carry on Again Doctor torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: I was like listening a good poem and looking photos of Istanbul and people... Nuri Bilge is a good ex-photographer and he uses his skills in his movies. And that the secret power of his cinematography and that's why his movies are developing slowly, but aesthetic. And the details he placed in his movie are wonderful as usual. The acting is great. Especially Yavuz Bingl who is actually a folk singer surprised me with his performance.
(jp) wrote: Chorando litros com Wong Kar-Wai.
(us) wrote: Good movie about the unfortunate progress of Antisemitism and it's resurrection post-9/11. I didn't know what the Protocols of the Elders of Zion were before I watched this but people apparently use this as a foundation for the many Zionist conspiracies that are out there, including alleged Jewish involvement in 9/11. Alternately educational, frightening and tragic.
(gb) wrote: Not at all bad, with Van Damme making a decent fist of his portrayal of an Iraq war veteran recruited as a bodyguard. It does lack action, but it does have minion-eating pitbulls and Vivica Fox' fine big ass!
(ag) wrote: Underrated rated movie. Very funny - Knoxville and Michael Shannon are a great pairing. Highly recommended
(fr) wrote: drugs and craziness if thats' rock n roll....
(br) wrote: 1949: When his city living mother sells the family ranch John Grady Cole (Matt Damon) and his best friend Lacey Rawlins (Henry Thomas) saddle up the horses and head south for Mexico. Along the way they are joined by 13 year old runaway Jimmy Bleavins (Lucas Black). In Mexico the young Cole well find love in the arms of the wealthy ranchers daughter (Penelope Cruz) though her family (Reuben Blades and Miriam Colon) dissaprove. Coles ideas of romanticism and adventure well soon be tested when he is falsely accussed of thievry and sent to a brutal Mexican prison. Though advertised as a romance since its based on a novel by Cormac McCarthy (No Country For Old Men, The Road) we can be fairly certain that that notion won't survive to the end credits. Matt Damon and Henry Thomas give good performances but its the supporting cast that shines from Lucas Black (Bleavins says he ran away so his step daddy wouldn't lay a hand on him again, Thomas responds that he's taking dozens of beatings, Blacks look and silence at that says volumes about the boys reasons for runnning), to Colon (she gets between Cruz and Daimon, not because she doesn't like them but because she see's what they can't this will end badly) to Blades (admittadly one of my favorite supporting actors I don't see enough of him), to Julio Oscar Mechoso as the Mexican Police Capt. he has little time or pactence for rules and procedures well looking over his town, here his actions (executing Bleavins for horse theft and murder) are seen as a negative (though it has to be said that no one [erson comes off as a villian, and that Cole, the protagonist, ends up finding his and the story's Antagonist not in any of the other characters but in his own boyish notions), in another movie Mechoso's Capt would be the hero, the man who does what he believes he must to protect his town and its people (how many westerns like that are there). A solid film, not perfect, but enjoyable, if the Mrs. is intent on you watching a "chick flick" with her, then this certainly wouldn't be too painful to sit threw. Quibble: Have you seen Europien film? There's nudity all over the place so why do we bring these actress' over here and keep em clothed....ok I'm done sounding like the Neandrathal pig for today lol:)
(fr) wrote: Now when I was about 5 I saw this movie and thought it was pretty bad but now that I have grown up I can realize that this is a masterpiece.
(mx) wrote: The 1932 Best Picture Oscar winner hasn't aged well. Stuffy, snooty, aloof, with some pretty hammy acting. Slow moving. The first 80% of the movie felt like Act 1, the set up. Then, when things do start to happen, it is over very quickly, and then onto the conclusion. Pacing is horrendously bad.The characters were hardly likable. In fact, the only one I cared about was Joan Crawford's character, the stenographer. Maybe because she was the only real, down-to-earth one of all of them. Everyone else just seemed stuck up, scheming or nuts.The likability of the stenographer is largely due to Joan Crawford's performance. She is fantastic - bubbly, witty and beautiful. None of the remainder of the cast worked for me. Greta Garbo, John Barrymore and Lionel Barrymore all seemed like they were auditioning for a play - very overdone, overacted performances. Admittedly, this was the early days of talking movies, so maybe old, silent movie, habits died hard.Certainly makes me wonder what all the fuss about Greta Garbo was, at least.
(mx) wrote: This movie was awesome. I enjoy how the stories always continue from the last movie. My children really enjoyed the movie