Desperately Seeking Susan

Desperately Seeking Susan

Roberta is a bored suburban housewife who is fascinated with a woman, Susan, she only knows about by reading messages to and from her in the personals section of the newspaper. This fascination reaches a peak when an ad with the headline "Desperately Seeking Susan" proposes a rendezvous. Roberta goes too, and in a series of events involving amnesia and mistaken identity, steps into Susan's life.

Bored Roberta accidentally gets hit on the head, wakes up with amnesia, and is mistaken for a free-spirited New York City drifter named Susan. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tyler R (jp) wrote: Honestly it was a pretty decent direct to dvd sequel. It was fun and explosive and the plot moved at a quick pace.

Jamie P (au) wrote: It's so bad. Not sure if it's bad enough to be good but it just may be. It's too early to tell. Maybe one day it will join the elites along with Ed Wood's films, Troll2 and Birdemic: Shock and Terror. Not sure if it's worthy though. I guess only time will tell.

Jordon J (gb) wrote: Spooner unfolds in an alternate, fantasy reality where girls swoon over de-masculinized awkwardness, and its makers additionally assume this will automatically tickle an audience pink.Didn't enjoy this film SKIP IT!!!

Eric W (kr) wrote: Really enjoyed this movie! Denise Richards is fantastic

Meghan M (jp) wrote: The storyline was sort of choppy and rushed, and the action was not very well filmed, but the idea was there - entertaining and heartfelt. Wish I knew a bit more about this period in history though - I think it would have really helped me to follow the film better. It surprised me that the whole thing was in subtitles, too. Not a bad thing, just unexpected.

Ross M (fr) wrote: I'd watched this alot when i was a kid, and personally I think this is better than the original, although it always gets worse reviews. In the first film there was always the idea that Arthur could loose his fortune, but it never really comes about, but in this one he??s conned out of his money by Burt Johnson, angry father of the bride Arthur left at the alter in the first film. The film then revolves around Arthur having to learn how to be poor, gain employment, but eventually he ends up on the streets , where he is visited by the ghost of Hobson, Arthur??s butler/ best friend/ father figure from the first film, who steers him back in the right direction.

Joseph S (fr) wrote: I think this is my favorite Herzog/Kinski if not my favorite Herzog.

Rob L (au) wrote: A decent movie worth watching one time, if only for Nicolas Cage. Sean Penn wasn't that great in this.

rhonda t (es) wrote: its was a good movie i liked the book a bit better

Rick R (it) wrote: Thunderbirds Are Go (1966)I haven't seen this movie since I was a little kid, and watching it again brought back a lot of memories. One thing that I was impressed with was the whole 1960's, James Bond, space-age look of the movie. We were drinking our Tang and it seemed like science and technology would save the day and solve all of our problems. When perhaps it was the brave marionettes of the International Rescue Team that would do that for us. The movie spends a lot of time showing us the elaborate space crafts and mechanical devices that would be the way of the future. Why climb a ladder when you can have an elaborate conveyor belt whisk you away where you need to go?As far as technically, the movie's miniaturization and the way the character's mouths move with out a sign of seams or strings was amazing. I know, it's pretty campy, but they played it so serious. After seeing this, I think that I'm ready to see Trey Parker's "Team America - World Police".

Tim H (mx) wrote: Perhaps it's unfair to really review this movie. I watched the Film Crew commentary on this film and their job is to pain movies for the length of the film. The film crew review of this movie? Five out of five stars! Very funny. But the movie itself? Well, it really deserves to be panned. I don't know how these kinds of movies were made. Who would go see a movie that would bore me to tears if it didn't have a commentary? (Even as good as the commentary was, I was still bored by the film itself!) It just seemed like at one point in Hollywood, quality was completely optional. Yet people watch these films today. (Working at a hip indie video store, you can recognize the customers who tend to head over to the Something Weird video section immediately.) Perhaps it's the kitsch value or something, but I just couldn't imagine liking this movie for anything.

Samir O (ag) wrote: if they hadn't picturised this on a submarine i wud hv thot of it as a western...gung-ho johnny !!

Nathaniel R (au) wrote: For a movie that's 56 years old and relies solely on classical music, Fantasia is still an entertaining spectacle for both eyes and ears. Though it's definitely not for everyone, the animations are stunning and diverse through its many sections and leave viewers interested. The movie could have done without the pointless "Meet the Soundtrack" section and the Dance of the Hours segment left a little to be desired, but for the most part the animators created some gorgeous work and included some classic scenes like Mickey's first film appearance in The Sorcerer's Apprentice.