At 52, traveling salesman Wolfgang Zenker (Edgar Selge) is in old school territory: he peddles the company's classic clothing line to boutiques that cater to women over 35. When Wolfi loses his drivers license in his brand-new Mercedes but can't afford to lose the season's sales because his frustrated wife (Franziska Walser) desperately wants a new bathroom, their son's vacation plans take a back seat as Karsten (Florian Bartholomäi) is forced to making sales rounds with his father instead of celebrating his high school graduation in Spain. Also making the rounds in small town southern Germany is successful and attractive sales rival Steven Brookmüller (Roman Knizka), 33. As the men's paths cross, long-hidden secrets are revealed and things come to a hilarious head.
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Jennifer S (es) wrote: I love the special feature of the footage they used to get a montage for the bar scene.
Alejandro E (kr) wrote: Brilliant OToole as the head and heart of a lovely typical british comedy.
Chris B (us) wrote: It is a good action movie but i must say that this is not something that will get stuck in your mind for ever
Kenneth S (br) wrote: I tried to watch this movie for 5 hours, but in the end I just had to fast-forward to the end....Jesus christ what a waste of time.
Robert T (ru) wrote: Dads Army meets the ending of Straw Dogs,with Thora Hird kicking arse.Class.
Debbie R (fr) wrote: Still my favorite film after 40 years. No matter how many times I watch it, the fiery beauty of Vivien Leigh, the sexy smirk of Clark Gable, the endearing humor of Hattie McDaniel, the understated strength of Olivia DeHavilland, the hauntingly brilliant score of Max Steiner, the glorious 1939 Technicolor and the enduring, frustrating, tempestuous novel conceived by Margaret Mitchell, I still cannot tear myself away, even though I know I will end up in tears hoping for a different ending. There is always hope that Rhett and Scarlett will find a way to forgive, understand and love which is strangely uplifting.
Chad M (kr) wrote: This is one of the few silent films I've ever seen, and probably the best. The genre lends itself to caricatures since the actors can't make use of any inflection to make their performances more realistic, and this plot about a southern belle coming to Hollywood to be a famous actress is a perfect story for the style. The characters are exaggerated but funny and the whole film gives you that nostalgic feeling for the Hollywood of old, really old. This film will turn 80 years old this year, yet the story is still relevant and funny. B
Josh P (gb) wrote: For my movie review I chose to do "Little Buddha". The movie was based on a monk who was well renowned within the Buddhist community passing away and his fellow monks trying to find the child he was reincarnated into. Throughout the movie the monks were reading one of children who might possibly be this famous monk reincarnated a book called "little Buddha". The book was based on Buddha himself and his journey and struggles to find nirvana. The end of the movie came with a bit of a twist, in order to find out which child may the reincarnation of the monk each child was given different test to determine which one possessed the spirit of the monk. By the end of the movie all of possible candidates each possessed the qualities. They were all deemed the reincarnation of the monk.
Cynthia S (au) wrote: I always enjoy Hallmark movies, and I think they did an excellent job on this story. Kathy Bates is a wonderful actress, and adds a lot to this nice little movie.
chandler c (jp) wrote: A coming to age comedy about a naive high school girl to be whore. Bill Hader is hilarious as usual even though its just a small role he plays.