Emmerdale: The Dingles - For Richer for Poorer
- Stars:José Luis Adserías, Bella Agossou, Joaquín Alcacer, Joan Bentallé, Miquel Borràs, Mireia Borrás, Aurora Cayero, Steve Halliwell, Jane Cox, James Hooton, Eden Taylor-Draper, Sam Hall, Jeff Hordley, Mark Charnock, Emma Atkins, Lucy Pargeter, Jack Downham, Nick Miles, Nicola Wheeler, Ross Grant, Vicki Lee Taylor, Richard Sinnott,
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Paul S (us) wrote: Really enjoyed this,different to your usual zombie flix. If you want blood and guts forget it.
JT K (it) wrote: i love this movie its funny
Timothy S (nl) wrote: The slacker comedy has long since been a favorite of audiences everywhere because it's so easy for people to get behind the underdog. "Stripes" has long since been a fan favorite in that genre, and it's easy to see why.The story is a winner, the characters are all likable and well-played and the screenplay is full of classic one-liners that people still quote to this day. Considering the talent involved, the film was virtually guaranteed success. Ivan Reitman is one of the most consistent comedy directors, and he has assembled a great cast/Bill Murray was riding a wave of success at the time of the film's release, and this solidified his position as the world's reigning wise guy. John Candy and the bubbly P.J. Soles are also terrific in supporting roles, but this is Murray's movie all the way and the key to its success. Warren Oates is also very good as his drill instructor, and the one serious scene in the movie is his face-off with Murray in the latrine works so well in grounding the picture. Obviously, this is a comedy and not meant to be taken seriously but so much ot it flies in the face of Army rules and regulations that it's nice they included one scene to give the proceedings some weight.There are laughs all throughout the training, but the graduation scene stands out as being particularly well-written and staged. The finale, while perhaps the most far-fetched thing of all, is definitely a crowd-pleaser. "Stripes" is one of the most iconic movies of the '80's, and it has certainly earned its stripes and its place in cinematic history.
Kentrell P (nl) wrote: THEY KILLED CRONBREAD
Justin P (es) wrote: Super fun blaxploitation with three of the best in the business.
John T (it) wrote: Paul Muni in one of his best roles as a murdered gangster who agrees to help the Devil eliminate an honest judge. This is in the genre of movie, most notably Here Comes Mr. Jordan and Heaven Can Wait, involving a dead person returning to Earth and occuping another's body. The twist in the case of Angel on My Shoulder was that Muni was an evil person who returns from Hell to assist the Devil, rather than being a good person, pre-maturely killed, who returns from Heaven to resume his life. As with all movies of this genre, much of the plot involves more difficult for evil man to pass himself off a honest\Muni cultural shockWith a good script, excellent actors and enough darkness to give the essentially sentiment tale an edge without destroying its good nature, Angel on My Shoulder is a wonderfully entertaining comedy that makes its point with enough of a dramatic edge to make you care about the ghostly Kagle's ultimately rather bleak, if deliberately chosen, fate. The ending is redemptive, sure, but a completely happy outcome isn't what you can expect. There is always a price to pay for salvation.Angel on my Shoulder was written by Harry Segall, who is also known for the similarly afterlife-themed Here Comes Mr Jordan (1941) -- later turned into a play (and a movie) under the title Heaven Can Wait. In Here Comes Mr Jordan the protagonist is a boxer who dies too early due to an inexperienced angel's over-enthusiasm and is subsequently given a second chance in the body of a murdered millionnaire. In this film, Claude Rains plays an archangel who accompanies the lost soul on his quest to remake the dead millionnaire's life in his own image. His Mr Jordon shares many characteristics with Angel on my Shoulder's Nick, particularly his dry sense-of-humour -- though there are important differences between the roles. Rains is magnificent as a Satan who is both personable and darkly sardonic, occasionally allowing a hint of underlying cruelty to emerge through a glance or a subtle gesture. Angel On My Shoulder is sort of like Here Comes Mr. Jordan in reverse. In that film, a soul in heaven gets transported back into a human body. In this one, a soul in hell makes the same trip, though for different reasons. Both films have Claude Rains doing the work: in the earlier film, he played an angel; this time he plays the devil. Paul Muni plays a gangster, returning with the devil to inhabit the body of a judge and corrupt him. The logic and theological soundness of the premise is as absurd as in Here Comes Mr. Jordan, but as a fantasy, the rules make just enough sense to provide a basis for the story, which is a nice character piece with some whimsical twists. I liked the way the devil's plans kept going awry even before Muni's character has his inevitable change of heart. Evil, being akin to chaos as good is to order, doesn't cooperate very well with itself, even when it tries. Muni and Rains are fantastic, individually and together. I was dissatisfied with the closing scene, and I have mixed feelings of admiration and confusion for how the romantic subplot developed, but I enjoyed the film despite these reservations.A gangster killed by his partner after his release from the penitentiary finds himself in hell. The devil decides to use him in a plot to discredit a judge who he resembles who has been contributing in a big way to a recent shortage of help in hell.What this movie boils down to is a reworking of HERE COMES MR. JORDAN, only from the opposite direction. It even borrows Claude Rains from that movie, and the actor is quite capable of playing both the angelic Mr. Jordan and Nick the devil himself. Rains steals the movie from the main star, Paul Muni, who was considered one of the finest actors in Hollywood at one time, but his star had definitely faded; in this movie, he seems mannered, and you get the feeling he's playing a character rather than becoming the character. As you might expect from Hollywood during this time, the devil definitely gets the bad end of the deal, though it is interesting to see how the gangster fares in the bargain. It is quite amusing to see how the gangster's anger and bad temper actually contribute to making the judge look like a hero.In the film Hell is a fascinatingly torrid place, all shot in exaggerated shadow lighting that suggests an intriguing collaboration between the eschatological fantasy and film noir. Amidst this Claude Rains maintains a wonderfully droll sinister presence - his appearances always come emphasized with subtle lighting effects.What this all boils down to is that "Angel on My Shoulder" is an entertaining twist on the usual idea of a soul returning from heaven to inhabit a body. But because it is built on the same building blocks as these heaven movies it does suffer from being too familiar and that ends up equating to ordinary.
SV G (kr) wrote: Arguably Stanwyck's greatest performance as a woman who marries up into a better way of life, but finds after-all she can only be happy being herself and who she really is. She soon finds her "common" ways however disappoint her husband and this not only puts a seperation between them but risks seperating her and their growing daughter that she dearly loves played nicely by Anne Shirley. She comforts herself in the company of a kindred spirit played perfectly by Alan Hale. A tear-jerker ending, a very good story and nice directed by King Vidor. A classic film must see.
Noname (ru) wrote: Okey animated movie with a few funny scenes. Story is about hunting season and the animals must protect them self and they got help from the big bear Boog (Martin Lawrence) (which are not familiar with the wild nature life) and the goofy deer Elliot (Ashton Kutcher). There are better animated movies out there but this is still a decent one.
Armando P (mx) wrote: Okay this is where the saw saga returns.