The Man in the Yellow Hat, an oddball museum employee in George meets and lives with a chimpanzee as a new pal by accident. The existence of inquisitive creature seems to better the man’life though sometimes it puts the two in some funny situations because of its inquisitiveness and mischievousness . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Kayleigh M (au) wrote: Unconventional, yet unsatisfying---though Emma Thompson and Dustin Hoffmann are in top form.
Amrita V (us) wrote: a very good movie indeed: partly because love is not the main theme, a wonderful performance by the most good looking guy in the telugu movie industry; and has a veyr good story.
Walter M (es) wrote: [font=Century Gothic][color=darkred]"Revengers Tragedy" is a movie based on the 17th century play by Thomas Middleton. In this version, it is updated to Liverpool in the near future where Vendici(Christopher Eccleston) is returning after a period of absence. He is back to swear vengeance against The Duke(Derek Jacobi, who does not have a lot to do), after he killed Vendici's bride in retaliation for her not wanting to have sex with him.(A good deal of this movie is taken up with men defending the honor of women. I can understand this happening in the 17th century but it's not likely for the present or anytime in the near future.) Other faults include the movie missing chances to have anything to say about 1) the nature of revenge and 2) the class structure.(The Duke is evil but Lord Antonio seems like a pretty alright guy.) But it is imaginatively staged with computer effects and is well acted especially by Christopher Eccleston and Eddie Izzard.[/color][/font][font=Century Gothic][color=#8b0000][/color][/font] [font=Century Gothic][color=darkslateblue]"Prick Up Your Ears" is based on the lives and tempestual relationship of playwright Joe Orton(Gary Oldman) and Kenneth Halliwell(Alfred Molina). Orton's role in life seemed to be wreaking playful havoc in the straitlaced society of 50's and 60's Britain, from defacing library books to anonymous sex in lavatories. The movie is witty and engaging. It gives great insight into the characters and their love for each other. Both Oldman and Molina do a great job. And it's a joy watching Wallace Shawn and Vanessa Redgrave act together.[/color][/font][font=Century Gothic][color=darkslateblue][/color][/font] [font=Century Gothic][color=darkslateblue](Very strange literary note: Alfred Molina invokes T.S. Eliot in "Prick Up Your Ears." He would do so again in "Spider Man 2.") [/color][/font]
leporshe j (ru) wrote: silk the shocka was so fine
Alexander C (gb) wrote: Would like to get round to seeing!
Serena G (fr) wrote: needs to be reviewed to understand everything :)
Gabriel W (es) wrote: Trust Michael Winner to mess up such a great cast
Nate W (es) wrote: Despite arriving well ahead of the death of the movie musical, "Annie Get Your Gun" seems oddly out of place alongside fellow MGM contemporaries such as "An American in Paris", "Singin' in the Rain", and "The Band Wagon". It has a lot of similar elements; candy-coloured sets, extravagent numbers, and catchy songs (courtesy of Irving Berlin), but something about didn't quite rub me the right way. Perhaps it was the irrepressible Betty Hutton's performance, which, quite frankly, is too much. She seems to be channeling Ethyl Merman, who first popularized the role of Annie Oakley on stage, but Hutton has absolutely no power of restraint over her own exuberance, and makes an awkward romantic pairing with the more straight forward (and talented) Howard Keel as Frank Butler. There is also something to be said about how the ridiculously non-PC portrayal of Native Americans makes the film feel even more dated than it already does.
Nefer 1 (au) wrote: Moins bon que English Patient mais meilleur que NoteBook !
Thomas E (it) wrote: I like Rebecca Hall :)
Blacc R (us) wrote: Havent seen in a long time would love to see it.They say i.look like the star
Tuomas R (es) wrote: Alkaa lupaavasti mutta muuttuu epuskottavaksi mit pidemmlle etenee...