Frits en Freddy

Frits en Freddy

Frits and Freddy Frateur make their living as bible salesmen. When ringing the doorbell of Carlo Mus, who is under surveillance by secret service, both men are laughed at while closing the door.

Frits and Freddy Frateur make their living as bible salesmen. When ringing the doorbell of Carlo Mus, who is under surveillance by secret service, both men are laughed at while closing the door. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kristal C (jp) wrote: Every female on the planet (especially those who scorn the word "feminist") need to see this film. In fact, this should be a weekly series that's braoadcast into schools everywhere.

Camille L (kr) wrote: La quatrieme adaptation des aventures d'Asterix et Obelix n'est pas catastrophique, loin de la. Elle est encore pire que ca : elle est ennuyeuse. Il ne se passe absolument rien. Le film est moins fidele que celui de Zidi, moins rythme que celui de Chabat et moins star-studded que celui de Langmann & Forestier. Que reste-t-il alors? Juste Fabrice Luchini qui disparait une grosse heure du film et Bouli Lanners qui arrachent des sourires polis. Laissez la franchise mourir, s'il vous plait.

Teoman P (es) wrote: This was a decent movie. Not really a horror movie but more of a "hm I wonder how they're gonna get out of this" movie, because it's not so much a thriller either even though it can have some moments. The SFX are what they are, there isn't a major plot twist or some moral lesson to learn but the cinematography sure is pleasant, and the action is not pukeable. It's a movie that's worthy to pass time or at least if you wanna see another war movie. But it'd be nice if we had more war thrillers or war horror movies if a director could tackle that subject.

Hoda M (kr) wrote: Streep's last minute in the movie absolutely murdered me.

Karrie D (us) wrote: That's not Jason Lee on the cover, that's a stand-in.

Paul O (ru) wrote: Best Irish film ever... I kid you not!

Christabel D (gb) wrote: RIP Corey Haim RIP bb

Mike T (ru) wrote: Can a film really be labeled as "bad" if it happens to be so much fun to watch? Ed Wood was the master of "so bad it's good" filmmaking, and this is no exception. Check it out if you are a fan of cheesy sci-fi/horror and/or Bela Lugosi. Don't take this film seriously and I guarantee you will enjoy it.

Mary H (br) wrote: They delve into psychoanalysis...what can I say...it was popular back then.

Tom M (ag) wrote: The plot of the film is a very confusing one, but after the 7th time of watching it finally became clear to me. 7 times may seem like a lot, but the film is so hypnotic it makes you want to watch it again. The story actually has a lot of layers, and I have numerous theory's about the ending. But that isn't the thing that makes Performance great. Jagger is. He is superb in this film, bringing charisma and energy to the screen every time he is shown. Also I like the music and director's style, which is very arty in nature. The film definetly isn't for everyone though. With it's strange directorial style, bizzare story and random scenes of sex, many will be put off. However, those who stick around, and those who dive in for another viewing will be rewarded with one of the craziest but accomplished films to come from the 70's.

Adam R (de) wrote: (First and only viewing - 11/3/2012)

Marjeta M (it) wrote: Fun but dumb. But I do hold a special place in my hearto for both Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker.