Crime on Their Hands
The stooges are janitors working in a newspaper office. When an anonymous caller phones in a tip about the theft a famous diamond, the boys decide to become reporters and go after the crooks. They find the crooks, but Shemp accidentally swallows the diamond which was hidden in a bowl of candy. The crooks want to cut the diamond out, but the boys foil them with the help of a friendly gorilla.
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(kr) wrote: "- One of my daughters is troubling me. She's started to think very liberally. She's started questioning the religion, even the hadith !- Astaghfarullah... What are YOU saying, Mr. Hakim ?"
(kr) wrote: He he me like. Mye bedre enn mange i samme gate.
(it) wrote: More not horrible than any good,
(gb) wrote: Endiaferon mexri enos simeiou....
(it) wrote: This movie didn't cut it on any level. As a Nickolas Cage fan, I was really disappointed.
(gb) wrote: One of the most underrated TV shows. This is what modern children shows needs.
(de) wrote: So infinitely weird i can forgive it anything. Redgrave and Sand both are crazily over the top but it somehow works. The imagery and general behaviors are almost permanently bonker. The story is an ever twisting nightmare. Yes, its often bad, but never in a boring and tedious way, it just revels in madness.
(fr) wrote: an old childhood favrite. havnt seen it in years. Its probably sucks really bad. But I loved it as a kid
(jp) wrote: Perfect 70's exploitation flick! The two main girls are fantastic. I can't recommend this highly enough, if you're a fan of the genre and the time period. So much fun. Same writer/director as Coffy and Foxy Brown, by the way.
(br) wrote: Good story telling and a moral that is not overplayed--Taken from the files of the FBI!!
(nl) wrote: Dead Season (Adam Deyoe, 2012)Below average, but not entirely unwatchable, zombie thriller that at least attempts to do what every good zombie movie should: focus more on the survivors than the zombies. (Have you noticed how few recent zombie movies actually do that?) It's an amateur production made mostly by folks who generally do other things in the world (director Adam Deyoe, for example, usually works in the art department; his most recent job as I write this was as the art swing on Fading of the Cries. No wonder he wants to direct. But he also worked as the set dresser on the highly underrated 2006 shlockfest Candy Stripers, so it hasn't all been downhill), and from that angle, I have to give everyone involved points for enthusiasm, at least.Plot: Elvis (Transformers' Scott Peat) and Tweeter (The Symphony's Marissa Merrill) are two of the final survivors of the zombie apocalypse still alive in mainland America. They've made it to Miami, where they're hoping to get out to the islands, where they figure they will have a better chance of survival. They procure a boat and head south, finding what they're looking for-but it turns out to be a little less idyllic than they were hoping.The movie's strongest point is that it's got some really interesting ideas-not only about how people will survive after everything goes to hell (think of this as a different twist on the "we promised them women" scene from 28 Days Later...), but about how the pragmatism enforced upon survivors in the face of an apocalypse can bring about shifting allegiances and force people to make decisions that they would otherwise not even think about. Unfortunately, Deyoe's screenplay, so-written with Joshua Klausner and Loren Semmens (both producers trying their first hand at writing), doesn't spend nearly enough time exploring these aspects of the world they've built; they're too busy adding in the odd action scene here and there to keep the gorehounds from getting too restless. Which I guess is a valid point when you're trying to make a genre horror film, but then when you start adding in all those interesting questions, one has to wonder: at which point have you stopped making a genre horror film and started aspiring to something greater? That question, alas, I do not think got asked; if it had, we might have a very different, and much better, movie on our hands. But for a no-budget genre zombie thriller, it's not bad. **