Carry on Camping

Carry on Camping

Sid and Bernie keep having their amorous intentions snubbed by their girlfriends Joan and Anthea. The boys suggest a camping holiday, secretly intending to take them to a nudist camp. Of ...

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Carry on Camping torrent reviews

Vi J (jp) wrote: Velayudham- the sizzling cocktail of all the best elements from a Vijay film put together, in the form an amazing superhero film, not to mention! Who can beat Vijay as a non-superpowered but powerful superhero?Definitely a landmark for South Indian cinema!

Seher K (us) wrote: Mithya is a movie that exhibits the coming of bollywood age, auspiciously understood by greats like Rajat Kapoor. I would place this with Rang de Basanti, Dil Chahta Hai, Hazaroan Khwahishain Aisi, Chak De. Directed brilliantly by Rajat Kapoor (who happens to be a great actor too by the way), this movie has the ingredients of true cinema, a crisp plot, exceptional performances, engaging dialogues, and captivating all in all. Shorey smoothly fits in the lead role of V.K. the actor and Raje the Don. The setting is superb and the background score is on target for the film. I truly welcomed the lack of songs; finally someone had the courage to do without it. On the whole, a first-rate experience. I am impatiently waiting for the great to bring out his greatness on big screen again.

Kenny N (gb) wrote: By no means a classic, but thanks to Wes Bentley's almost comical portrayal of the bad guy, it has some fun and gore/

Lus Fernando B (ag) wrote: Cinco personagens to simples e, ao mesmo tempo, to complexas, que vivem em uma linha bastante tnue entre a estabilidade e a instabilidade. S nos resta acompanhar as suas pequenas vitrias e as suas enormes perdas, e sempre sob um clima de incerteza, ansiedade e amargura. Eis aqui a classe mdia brasileira, em toda a riqueza de sua misria e desejo. Grande elenco e excelente montagem.

Lisa K (fr) wrote: This is so a great movie about friendship ans it was so adorable. For at least once in a lifetime everyone should see it.

Danny R (au) wrote: Romance novelist travels to Colombia in search of her sister, whose been kidnapped by villains. The soon meets a dreamy adventure guide and falls in love. Supporting performance from Danny DeVito makes this "Indiana Jones" for female audiences, worth watching.

Martin T (au) wrote: An unimpressive (but not bad) film by Truffaut. I think he makes his point rather early on and then continues to revisit it over and over again. Some of the anecdotes are amusing but mostly they just kind of flutter by without leaving much of an impression. It definitely could have been about 30 minutes shorter. Perhaps I'm setting the standard too high for Truffaut, but I really expected something more interesting.

Gregory W (us) wrote: wow cant believe henry fonda is in this he really needed a paycheck.

Paul Z (nl) wrote: The beginning of Martin Scorsese's career had much to do with his urge to portray the Italian-American Roman Catholic experience. Who's That Knocking at My Door and Mean Streets, for instance, are not just films about low-level hoods getting into trouble but on a more profound level dealing with the virtually reflexive affectations born out of their culture, heritage and masculinity complexes. One can see these movies over and over again and discover an undertone never before realized, because is not just Scorsese's interest in the subject but his lifelong saturation in it that gave them such endless dimensions and jittery spirit. Italianamerican, shot after returning from Hollywood to rediscover his ethnic roots, whether or not this home movie of sorts has the same vibrancy or histrionics as the director's features, is the last necessary word on the subject. Any vagueness in imagining the look and feel of the Italian-American middle-class Roman Catholic existence will be enriched by this 50-minute homemade doc.The Scorseses talk about their experiences as Italian immigrants in New York among other things, while having dinner at their flat on Elizabeth Street. It is purely incidental that Scorsese's father Charles is quiet much of the time, guarded, slowly growing comfortable with the camera, while mother Catherine is with no trouble at all completely her zestful self. Just as if the director had taken us along while visiting his parents, they discuss, with little apparent preparation, the family's origins, their ancestors, life in post-war Italy and the burdens of poor Sicilian immigrants in America struggling to acquire livelihood and earn enough to support their families. She also instructs how to cook her meatballs. If you misunderstand her instruction at all, don't worry; the recipe's in the credits.Italianamerican is very, well, easy, but it's one of the most endearing things a director has ever done. He shares his parents with us, his old home, the stories that brought him here. The quirks of his parents remind us of those of our own parents. It is pleasant just simply to watch two people who are never afraid to pick a fight with each other, have their many clashing opinions and have learned to let it all slide, to live with each other in peace. Their hostility is not hostility to them; it's just how they talk to each other.

Andrew B (us) wrote: The real title is, of course, The Scarlet Buccaneer...

Private U (kr) wrote: Kind of a fun, quirky movie. It's your standard Hollywood love story, but I enjoyed it.

Paul D (br) wrote: A moody environment for an hard-bitten detective investigation, but this is done with little pace to it, much to the film's detriment.

Jesse L (ru) wrote: have not seen this but the title says it all! this is an A+ B movie haha

Johnny B (au) wrote: Pretty much abandons any significant plot altogether and just becomes a collection of killings tied together by the film industry's beloved "Minorities are strange and violent" mentality. That being said, it's really not much worse than Part 2.

DISCO CHAD (fr) wrote: I like the actors in this movie and I love the suspense. It is worth watching and the ending is marvelous.