Daffy Duck's Quackbusters
In this feature-length film combining footage from classic Warner Brothers cartoon shorts with newly animated bridging sequences, Daffy Duck, after having induced laughter in an ailing millionaire and forestalled the millionaire's death for a time (as chronicled in Daffy Dilly (1948), is the beneficiary for the deceased millionaire's assets. But the millionaire's will clearly stipulates that Daffy
- Stars:Mel Blanc, Mel Tormé, Roy Firestone, B.J. Ward, Ben Frommer, Julie Bennett,
- Director:Greg Ford, Friz Freleng, Chuck Jones, Terry Lennon, Robert McKimson, Maurice Noble,
- Writer:Greg Ford (story), Terry Lennon (story), John W. Dunn (story), Michael Maltese (story), Tedd Pierce (story)
Daffy Duck opens a detective agency for the supernatural along side his Looney Toon buddies. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Daffy Duck's Quackbusters torrent reviews
(us) wrote: I was reluctant to see this as I'm not a big fan of Paul Haggis and the ridiculous stereotyping of Los Angeles he did in Crash. Given that Haggis is British, I was reluctant to see another European projection and critique of America that would be oversimplifying and cliche, but Mark Boal (Hurt Locker, Zero Dark Thirty) was a contributing writer and that is the only reason I decided to watch the film, and I was thoroughly surprised. The cast is amazing - and surprisingly believable performances from all the actors, including the shorter performances of all the soldiers at the base. The restraint exercised by the actors in the characters they portray is what really makes the acting superb and realistic. I watched it twice; the second time around Theron's character becomes a bit annoying; and the ending of the upside down flag is a bit corny, but the rest of the cast, and the balance of a somber tone combined with the calculating process of uncovering of a murder surprisingly strikes the perfect key.
(br) wrote: come on it wasn't that bad
(fr) wrote: luv dis movieusher so damn cute
(br) wrote: This movie is crazier than the first one!
(mx) wrote: In the beginning, you know who's real and who's the dream but in the end, you get confused as the widow.
(jp) wrote: A truely bizarre film, not only for the subject matter. It was constantly flirting between ambition and achievement with the conformities of first time filmmaking. The script for example went between subtle and affecting to cheap and easy. as were the performances. The photgraphy was at times beautiful, others poorly staged. But the film was never less than interesting or engaging.
(fr) wrote: freakin' hilarious!!
(it) wrote: Not all the fights are great. Some are boring. But this is a very good martial arts movie. The ninja scenes in particular are so much fun.
(br) wrote: Possibly more of a classic than Eastwood's spaghetti.
(ru) wrote: A Classic. Some animal violence but heart warming.
(es) wrote: Excellent suspenseful film, I knew nothing about it before I saw it, so I was completely surpised when the story unfolded. Kim Stanley and Richard Attenborough were both incredible in it. Attenborough's retrieving of the ransom money was very intense. I wish this film had gotten more recognition, it was a pretty dark film, considering it was made in 64.
(it) wrote: An amusing if minor entry into Chaplin's Mutual career. This one predicts some of his later "comedy on wheels", catering to gags on a firewagon and high-pressure knick-of-time jokes. It isn't laugh-out-loud funny, and a lot of these scenes had been done plenty of times by the Tramp beforehand, but they are scrapbooked here in a tidy package good for smiles.
(it) wrote: Predator is one of the best films of all time.
(kr) wrote: This movie is like hot chocolate on Christmas day. The cute little cottage in the film is so my dream home.