Fuelin' Around

Fuelin' Around

The stooges are carpet layers working in the home of a scientist, Professor Sneed, who has invented a super rocket fuel. Larry is mistaken for the professor by foreign agents who kidnap the trio and take them to the country of Anemia where they are ordered to produce the rocket fuel or be executed. The boys come up with a concoction they try to pass of as the real stuff, but are exposed when the real professor and his daughter are also kidnapped. The stooges help them escape, using their secret formula to fuel a jeep.

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Cathy C (us) wrote: Aardman Animations Christmas classic is filled with neat story,delegate animation,and Hilarious British Humor. Arthur Christmas is a new holiday tradition for everyone,even if you don't like Aardman. Review by Logan Cornn.

Robert B (mx) wrote: The Island is fine for what it is: a PG-13 rehash of the dystopia films of yesteryear. If you are not really in the mood for a serious film and have not already seen the likes of Logan's Run or THX1138, then the Island may have the light action and humor you are looking for.

Brandon M (it) wrote: This movie was horrible.. but... gdit... Marisa.. I would never cheat on you. Neverrrrrr ever evereververrrerer. <3 as;ldjg OMTZGOMGOMGMOMGZHGJhh

Chhavy M (us) wrote: HATED this movie, the characters, the writing, the story...I don't know why ANY man or woman would put up with a dating situation like this one. HORRIBLE!!! REALLY???

Javier S (au) wrote: Entretenida historia de amor durante la segunda guerra mundial. No esperaba mucho... Se deja ver.

Alex K (it) wrote: Not sure I've seen this before. it's actually pretty good for easy laughs.

Scott R (nl) wrote: An interesting story squandered on bad directing and writing. I did enjoy the introduction to the movie with each character's special abilities being explained, but then was let down with them being very hyped up and were never really given the chance to show their full abilities. Wayne had some good one liners, but then he had twice as many bad ones. The ending seemed abrupt as well, and there was no reconciliation and I was left unfulfilled. No one seemed to care about grownups, lives seemed to be worth a dime a dozen. But when it came to one little innocent kid, you need to go all out to save him. Not much sense behind that considering Wayne had not even met him, and cared less for his only sons than for his grandson who we never even knew who his father was. Also, how did their ranch get to be so rich, they never really explained that. Was it cattle?I did enjoy it however.

Fantamagorya B (ag) wrote: it is the first movie i ve ever seen in my life , i was 3 years old and i used to watch it all the day long again and again and again,there are some parts of it that made me feel not good,i was young,and the animational imagination of the director wasnt fresh enough i guess,wasnt as pure as my soft brain that time,i payed too much attention for the features in the movie,i watched it till 7 years old or somthing,for a whole 4 years,till i lost the tape,yet i still remmember things,i still even remmember wat i felt,when i saw the man in the bottle,the flying dragon,the giant,the stoned walking soldier gaurds of the castle that he wipped them ,i travel with time to my child hood,through this movie,it wasnt good,but soo much good for me :)

Nate A (ca) wrote: A quite disturbing and minimalist examination of French middle-class existence. It reminds me of Haneke's 'Hidden' in that it demonstrates the repressed tension and violence underlying the banal placidity of an ordinary marriage. Kahn's film is a wonderfully black investigation of how middle-class oppressiveness can result in people going off the rails entirely. The film is minimal in its use of emotional effects, and in a Hitchcockian way has a mysterious narrative structure which is unsettling as the events themselves. The journey into the 'heart of darkness' in the midst of massive traffic reminds me of Godard's 'Weekend', but it's not quite as breezy and exuberant as Godard. An admirable film that is more than it seems on the surface.