Dizzy Pilots

Dizzy Pilots

The Three Stooges, as the Wrong Bothers, aided the war effort by inventing a new plane in this below-average two-reel comedy. Actually, they are attempting to avoid the draft but when their plane, the Buzzard, fails miserably, they march off to war. Richard Fiske, formerly a busy supporting player in Stooges comedies, appeared in this two-reeler courtesy of stock footage from the earlier Boobs in Arms (1940). Ironically, Fiske had himself been drafted and would be killed in action in France in August of 1944.

The stooges are the Wrong brothers, three inventors trying to finish building an airplane they can sell to the army and thereby avoid the draft. When their plane, the "Buzzard", turns out ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Spencer H (au) wrote: The movie could have been the next Harry Potter, but instead it's the next failed franchise.

Ayrton Anthony C (it) wrote: Divertida y entretenida, ideal para disfrutarla en familia.

Gary S (de) wrote: Excellent movie for movie Wednesday

Kevin E (br) wrote: One of the most underrated films of all time. John Hughes is a comic genius (Ferris Bueller, Planes Trains and Automobiles, Home Alone, NL Christmas Vacation.) It has so many great lines, great moments, and the amazing fireworks scene that I still enjoy. It may not be the humor you're used to, but I'd say that's what makes it great. Where else would someone say, "Nothing Burps Better than Bacon"?

Jesse R (ru) wrote: After a brain injury (brain damage) due to his bout with Russian boxer Ivan Drago in Rocky IV (1985), and many years of boxing catching up to him, Rocky is back in Rocky V (1990), but this time things have changed. Rocky is no longer world heavyweight champion (new title was created) but everyone around the world still considers him 'The Champion' and in this movie, Rocky takes on a manager role to Tommy (The Machine) Gunn (real life boxer Tommy Morrison), but Tommy gets involved in the darker side of boxing, and in the end turns on Rocky and challenges him. The challenge takes place out on the street, not inside the ring.Rocky also deals with Rocky Jr. (Robert) being a teenager and doing teenager things, and his son teaches him a lesson he won't forget. Tommy Gunn wants his respect and many consider him a 'paper champion', and in the end, Rocky fights to keep his family intact.Sylvester Stallone has admitted that Rocky V wasn't the best of films, and I would agree, but I don't think it was horrible. It could of been a lot better.

Adam L D (br) wrote: For all its nonsense this movie is just plain funny and fun to watch! loved this when i was a teen and still love it today! classic 80's zany ness!

Sheppard S (au) wrote: Remember seeing this shortly after it came out. Lots of fond memories. The wrestling scenes while it rained were great. Different kind of movie.

Robert A (it) wrote: Not fine.Whilst well filmed and acted. the story line was too illustrative of the more unpleasant aspects of the Australian male character; happily much less evident today.