Fjols til fjells

Fjols til fjells

The story takes place on Hurlumhei skiing hotel, where the porter Poppe, unforgettably played by Leif Juster, is experiencing one complication after the other with a rich cast of characters. Fjols til Fjells ("Fools in the mountains") is a movie about white phones, disguised Piccolos, charming actors and alcoholic businessmen.

The story takes place on Hurlumhei skiing hotel, where the porter Poppe, unforgettably played by Leif Juster, is experiencing one complication after the other with a rich cast of characters. Fjols til Fjells ("Fools in the mountains") is a movie about white phones, disguised Piccolos, charming actors and alcoholic businessmen. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Fjols til fjells torrent reviews

Kerene T (jp) wrote: I can't see this in Tokyo but hope my friends support it

Allison C (fr) wrote: The best low budget horror you'll EVER see. Robert Hall is a brilliant director

Sharku T (de) wrote: A fun and clever story. Action is awesome and acting great.Story moves enjoyably fast.

wedstarfish 8 (ag) wrote: Best spin off ever, period. This movie did offend me though in many ways but it is still a movie with plenty of laughs.

Dave J (it) wrote: Friday, September 9, 2011 (1976) Midway WAR Another plotless war film based on fact lead by an all star cast which includes Henry Fonda, Charleton Heston, Glenn Ford, Robert Mitchum, Toshiro Mifune, Robert Wagner, Cliff Robertson to name a few. Self -explannatory stated about how The United States Army leaders successfully intercepted Japan's future attacks after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, and despite the odds against the US, both on water and on air- it's basically who can attack the 'flatbeds' first, since they hold alot of naval aircrafts with alot of ammunition and additional fuel for the air craft carriers! After the success of "The Longest Day", theirs been a stream of films coming out showcasing several different viewpoints involving WWII from both sides and how the war was loss on the losing side, eg: "Tora, Tora, Tora", "A Bridge too Far", "Letters From Iwo Jima" to name a few, this is one of those wars! In my opinion, the conflicted love story between a American soldier and the Japanese girl didn't hurt the story one bit which was one of it's negative critisms! 3 out of 4

Jackson W (ru) wrote: A delightful and educational Latin American adventure

Tim S (kr) wrote: It's very simple. You want Lugosi to be a vampire again, but you don't want to rip off the success of Dracula. How do you do it? Make Lugosi a doctor who experiments on bats that he trains to go out and kill people at night for him. Oh, and you might not want to call it a vampire bat... that would be too obvious. To me, that pretty much sums up The Devil Bat. It's an attempt to capitalize on Lugosi's legacy as the most famous vampire in the history of cinema. Lugosi actually gives a great performance in the film, but the film's has some very broad humor mixed in that sort of destroys any sense of atmosphere it might have. There are two newspaper reporters who are constantly handing out one liners while they investigate the murders taking place. It's very silly at times, but it somehow works well enough for what it is. It isn't anything particularly scary, but it's enjoyable to an extent. It's good for Lugosi's performance, that much is certain.