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Daddy's Success

A 17 year old psychology-loving student starts analyzing his father and draws awfully wrong conclusions. He tutors his siblings, shocking, and is forced to show that he is very capable of great accomplishments.

He tutors his siblings, shocking, and is forced to show that he is very capable of great accomplishments. A 17 year old psychology-loving student starts analyzing his father and draws awfully wrong conclusions

Daddy's Success is the best great movie of Arne Skouen. The released year of this movie is 1964. We can counted many actors in this movie torrents, for example Sølvi Wang, Henki Kolstad, Carsten Winger, Jon Lennart Mjøen, Synne Skouen, Willie Hoel, Carsten Byhring, Arvid Nilssen, Dan Fosse, Ernst Diesen, Kjetil Bang-Hansen, Arne Aas, Elsa Lystad, Kari Diesen, Egil Lorck. The kind of movie are Comedy. The rating is 5.8 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movie to watch. Share with your friends and watch this movie together

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Users reviews


Adam B (jp)

nice bit of European realism. what an ending. good cast


Andrew K (ca)

Beautifully shot and amazing fight sequences but all this merely fed a well-paced and lingering story. I really enjoyed this film


Benjamin S (nl)

That said, it's aged considerably. Intriguing study of two kinds of bromances--the one between Henry and Becket, and the one between the church and the state


Caleb M (au)

Surprisingly, for an Ed Wood film, the dialog never gets genuinely laughably bad, performances never get to weird/bad and the "twist" is kinda neat, even if you can see it a mile away. What makes Jail Bait bad isn't that it's so over-the-top or poorly made, but that it just isn't very interesting


Dustin D (fr)

Easily my favorite action movie, and started a Dolph craze that will never end until I own them all. Dolph is the fucking man, believe that


jared m (kr)

its a low budget film enough sed. if u go into it not expecting an amazing movie its not bad


Jesse O (ru)

It's a fairly decent movie and nothing more than that, I'm sure others will enjoy this much more than I did. But if you inspected the movie closer, you would obviously notice the flaws. Macaulay Culkin was cute and good here, he didn't have great delivery but I liked him here, so I think it certainly got by for most people just because of him and him alone. What I can complain is the lack of focus and direction for the rest of the movie. So I can't complain about that aspect of the film. And I don't even know why I'm surprised, really, but it's pretty good all things considered. I will say that the segment with Kevin and the traps are surprisingly inspired and effective. And I guess the inclusion of this more emotional subplot does make sense what with it relating to Kevin's own issues with his family, but it still feels somewhat out of place. But I'm still surprised at that part of the story considering everything the movie ends up being about. And I'm not saying that this movie is ever bad, not even close, it's average at best. Which is strange seeing how much slapstick this film employs. It's the only part of the film that has any actual emotional resonance. And this is actually the best part of the entire film, once you get to see who this man is and his backstory. There's also this subplot with this old man that the kids around town believe to be a serial killer. You also have Catherine O'Hara, who plays the mom, doing whatever it is she can do to get back to Chicago to Kevin. But that's another thing that you can't build an entire movie out of. Maybe Kevin realizing that he loves and misses his family in spite of how they treat him. So I get that, but there's no actual narrative to speak of here. You can't build an entire movie out of a kid foiling the thieves' plans with his traps, eventually the jokes would be repeated and the law of diminishing returns would end up applying here. And, realistically speaking, I get why they left it all for the third act. So, for the most part, I felt that the movie was really killing time before they got to that point. The thieves do follow Kevin around and they scout out his house, but the actual traps that Kevin sets and their effects on the thieves is actually very minimal. Yet, it turns out that those segments of the film only, really, comprise like 15% of the entire movie. I haven't seen this movie in a long-ass time, seriously, and I remembered it being much more geared towards Kevin fucking over the thieves with various traps. Oh and he also has to deal with these thieves that want to go in his house to steal his family's shit since, naturally, they feel that they can handle him. There's not much variety in the movie. He does everything he couldn't do when he didn't have a family, rinse and repeat. Kevin wakes up, finds out that his family is gone. I think the main problem with the film is that it's fairly repetitive. Those two have nothing in comparison with the minor exception that Hughes wrote both of them. Or at least it's a middle-of-the-road for him, considering that this is the same guy that wrote The Breakfast Club. John Hughes wrote some truly great movies in the 80s, but this is obviously not one of his best. That's not to say that I can't enjoy a film like this, as in something lighter in tone, I obviously have, but I don't think this movie has enough material to justify its own existence. It was never made to please critics or people like me, who appreciate well-written movies with strong character development. Though, if we're being honest, this movie was never meant to be more than a crowd-pleaser. But I digress, maybe this movie wasn't even good in the 90s, but I don't think time has been super kind to this. Actually now that I think about it, it was Santa Claus since, later in the film after his family has left for Paris, he goes to one of Santa's 'representative' for him to tell Santa that all he wants for Christmas is his family back. I don't know who Kevin was asking for when he asked for this, but let's say it was Santa Claus. Like I said, there's certain some elements associated with the 'genre', like when Kevin, after an incident where he gets grounded after a fight with his brother and ruins the family dinner, wishes for his family to disappear. And, really, this movie is one of those holiday movies that takes place during the holidays, but isn't really completely centered on the holiday itself. They just happen to take place during the Christmas season and they certainly have some themes associated with the season, but they're not completely centered around Christmas with a, sort-of, tunnel vision where nothing else can come in. There's films like Bad Santa and Uncle Nick that try to subvert this genre with darker stories, but, even then, the end goal of the film isn't really about Christmas. You can only go a couple of ways with these films and, usually, filmmakers go for the sweet, sappy and corny. Christmas is, really, such a limiting concept. And I really think that that's the problem with a lot of these films. Some of the best holiday/Christmas movies are those movies that, really, have very little to do with Christmas


Jessyca F (de)

I never did like Michelle Williams, but I have to say she's great here. Just heartbreaking. Simple story, simple movie, but well developed in all aspects


Joao20 M (br)

5. 1/10 - 3. Nota: 7


Ksenya E (es)

Recommend. The movie transpires some of the mood of Arena's stories