The stooges are musicians at the court of King Cole. When they ask the king's permission to marry their sweethearts, the King agrees, but only after Princess Alicia has married Prince Valiant. This news upsets Mergatroyd, an evil magician who plans to marry the Princess himself and rule the Kingdom. Mergatroyd abducts the Princess, and it's up to the stooges to foil his plans and expose his evil doings.
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Fiddlers Three torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: The final half hour of this documentary contains moments so emotional and insightful that it almost makes Moote's obnoxious behaviour and narration during the first hour worth sitting through. Unfortunately, its interesting points are so few and far between that the whole show becomes an insipid and occasionally stomach-turning pity party for Moote. Nonetheless, the documentary does exactly what any film studying this subject matter ought to do: expose its protagonist as a cripplingly insecure person in need of psychological - not physical - help.
(it) wrote: Not great. Not terrible. Original premise.
(fr) wrote: disappointing interms of sotry and editing.. john rocks it he looks so hot and acts really well. .. anaitha nair rocks it in her role a well.. doesnt seem to me a Kukunoor film though...
(br) wrote: never knew how much black women spent on hair!
(it) wrote: Oi mayroules axizoun. To ergo oxi
(gb) wrote: The movie tells of a Catholic priest who shuts down churches that are not viable. It isn't one full of actions nor twists and the storyline isn't all that fantastic. In a religious point of view, alot of Catholic beliefs were being ridiculed.
(ru) wrote: Four high school friends decide to rob a bank before graduation - it sounds like a loser but turns out to be a decent heist film. The first half of the film effectivey develops the characters but ineffectively manages to provide more substance than high school drama. The second half of the film is much different, delivering several unexpected twists and a genius resolution to this heist-gone-wrong. The film sarcastically stereotypes several "important" high school moments with amusing results but dramatic ending is what would draw me to this film again. That... and Aimee Garcia who is smoking hott. This film is not of Ocean's Eleven calibre but is certainly a worthwhile heist film.
(ca) wrote: Complete waste of time.
(us) wrote: A coming of age movie that never faltered from start to finish.Clearly a low-budget film, but this only served to make it feel more real and didn't diminish the viewing experience in any way. A great cast, with every character being totally believable. There are some good comedy moments mixed in with the drama, making this an extremely enjoyable way to spend 90 minutes. I loved it!
(nl) wrote: I didn't finish this film
(ag) wrote: I watched this movie last night and it was great! This is a must see, the ending was like wow! I was very surprised to see Charles Bronson and Robert Blake in the film. It was good to see these 2 stars in their early yrs.
(it) wrote: This movie is a complete waste of time.And tyhis is supposed to be a Sci-Fi movie? Really?
(es) wrote: An occasionally clever teen comedy that can never quite reconcile the biting satire of the first half with the cloying sentimentality of the second. Jena Malone and Mandy Moore are both terrific (with the latter earning one of the film's few winning moments, throwing a Bible while defensively yelling "I am filled with Jesus love!"), but McCauley Culkin's brand of droll detachment is merely dull while Patrick Fugit is never convincing as the heroic heart-throb he's painted as.The film continually seeks to highlight the ironic dichotomy among the fundamentalist Christian right: hypocrisy runs rampant as the people seemingly most committed to Jesus are the ones that seem to forget his advocacy of universal compassion. It's a theme worth exploring, but the takeaway message feels more obligatory than earned--and more than a bit insulting to people of faith-- with the key to being a good person essentially boiling down to "abandon your religion" rather than "live your religion.""Saved!" has its moments, but overall it didn't work for me.