City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold
On Mitch Robbins 40th birthday begins quite well until he returns home and finds his brother Glen, the black sheep of the family, in his sofa. Nevertheless he is about to have a wonderful birthday-night with his wife when he discovers a treasure map of Curly by chance. Together with Phil and unfortunately with Glen he tries to find the hidden gold of Curly's father in the desert of Arizona.
- Stars:Billy Crystal, Daniel Stern, Jon Lovitz, Jack Palance, Patricia Wettig, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Bill McKinney, Lindsay Crystal, Beth Grant, Noble Willingham, David Paymer, Josh Mostel, Jayne Meadows, Alan Charof, Kenneth S. Allen,
- Director:Paul Weiland,
- Writer:Lowell Ganz (characters), Babaloo Mandel (characters), Billy Crystal, Lowell Ganz, Babaloo Mandel
Shortly after their first western adventure, Mitch Robbins and his friends discover a treasure map that belonged to their late trail guide Curly and set out to discover its secrets. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Pretty well thought out movie! It's nothing big, but it is gut busting!
(ag) wrote: Sadly Breaking the Entering would be Anthony Minghella's swan song. Also sadly breaking and Entering, I feel is by along way his weakest film. The Story follows a number of characters joined together by a series of break ins to Will (Laws) offices, which leads will to the boy responsible and his mother. The problem I found was that the film never really moved out of its run of the mill drama which you would see from a TV soap opera. The characters were never really developed enough, with exception to Jude Laws character Will. Martin Freeman and Ray Winston are purely put in for slightly failed comic relief. And the affair between Will and the Juliette is too random and unconvincing. Overall bravo to Minghella for wanting to get back to his low budget film making roots after the more bigger projects of his, as with truly, madly, deeply and away from the majesty of The English Patient but fails to be either compelling or as original as either.
(jp) wrote: Personally , I really enjoyed most of this and as the movie was nearing the end i wondered how they would resolve some major "issues". The first part of my question I guessed correctly, after that it was kind of a pleasant if somewhat unrealistic ending with loose ends.
(it) wrote: Watched this because of the cast...Eric Roberts, Ed Begley Jr., Ron Perlman, and John frickin Milner himself, Paul LeMat. Unfortunately, it was pretty awful.
(ru) wrote: Robin Williams' virtuoso performance is what carries Mrs. Doubtfire through the contrived and sappy passages and into memorable comic gold.
(ca) wrote: I don't remember enough to say or give a higher rating
(jp) wrote: Franois Truffaut's 1977 feature begins with a group of people (all of them women) pouring into a funeral. The dead, who we'll follow in flashback for the rest of the film, is Bertrand, an irrepressible ladies' man. His story, far from just an exploitative tale of conquest, is characterized more by sincere reflection and pondering over the question "Why do I like women so much?"A middle-aged aerodynamics tester in a small city in southern France, Bertrand is not your usual gynephilic; but, as if to prove how legit his character is, Truffaut begins the film proper as he's committing a long, extensive fraud to get a girl (Finding that the plates of a cute girl's car match a rental, he smashes up his own car to get at that company's info, then even considers insurance fraud until one of the clerks takes pity on him... all for, as it happens, the wrong girl.) That episode is a little bit misguided for the wrong reasons; it proves commitment and ambiguity less than awkward fumbling.But Bertrand is also writing a memoir about his life with women, and that's the truer part of the film: not 100% true (even, after the manuscript's sold and receives some editorial attention, sometimes surprisingly awkward and misguided), but it's pointing in the right direction.
(br) wrote: Hilarious and memorable, History of the World is a wonderful comedy with lines that you will remember throughout the whole movie!
(de) wrote: I was pretty tired yesterday. I had to tweak my 8 minute project down to 3 minutes...(which wasn't too hard)... I missed my nap during the in-between class break, talking with my friend, Felicia about an instructor she has right now that I'm disputing with about a past grade. After my final class at 6:45, I picked up Clover from school...and came home to go to bed....(my last day before I go to work. Today, we finally have our scenes on camera for Acting class...(that's good, because I'm getting tired of going over and over the same scene)...LOL. Then, I have to put my Graphic Matching project on MiniDV for Lexi because she won't be at school tomorrow....going to Massachussetts to show her film... *** I am contemplating something: Writing a pilot to either a Captain Robert April miniseries, DS9 telefilm, or a Space:1999 reboot. (Other ideas was for: Land of the Giants, or Seaquest DSV).... *** I got up at around 5 today, and had two or three(?) bowls of cereal....(wheat bran sprinkled with sugar)...however, I'm still hungry.... I have a taste for something...cheesy...(like 7-11 nachos, or those Taco Bell nachos you get with the steamed burrito).... Frack...
(jp) wrote: Leaning towards a five star! Not as good as Oceans 11 but better than Oceans 12... overall it was an amazing movie!