Chevy Chase stars as Andy Farmer, a sportswriter who moves with his schoolteacher wife Elizabeth (Madolyn Smith) to the country in order to write a novel in relative seclusion. Of course, seclusion is the last thing the Farmers find in the small, eccentric town, where disaster awaits them at every turn.
- Category:Drama, Comedy
- Stars:Chevy Chase, Madolyn Smith Osborne, Kevin O'Morrison, Joseph Maher, Jack Gilpin, Caris Corfman, William Severs, Mike Starr, Glenn Plummer, William Duell, Helen Lloyd Breed, Kit Le Fever, Dakin Matthews, William Newman, Alice Drummond,
- Director:George Roy Hill,
- Writer:Jay Cronley (book), Jeffrey Boam (screenplay)
When Andy and Elizabeth buy a farm in Vermont, they can't imagine the trouble that awaits them. Andy has quit his job as a sports journalist and is planning to use the peace and quiet of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Funny Farm torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Great movie! True story!
(br) wrote: Just finished this movie for the first time and I am angry at myself for waiting so long to see this film. Hugo is a film made for movie lovers like me. When people talk about magic in film this is what they mean. This film is pure movie magic. You get great performances from Asa Butterfield, Chloe Grace Moretz and Sacha Baron Cohen but the stand out performance is Ben Kingsley. But don't let that fool you because the true star of this film is Martin Scorsese with his directing. You can tell Scorsese is a film lover and it comes off the screen so beautifully. Everything about this movie is great from the directing, acting, cinematography, and the score. This is film making at it's best. The only reason I didn't give it the 5/5 is because it is a little slow but don't let that stop you from seeing this unbelievable movie!
(gb) wrote: Smart & modern story-telling of a journey back into history. Watch this
(br) wrote: Formulaic and full of cliches, yet still very enjoyable. Like Almost Famous, Rock Star comes on VH1 late at night at least a once or twice a month and I stop channel-surfing to see it every time.
(kr) wrote: It's as predictable and hokey as the original, but still as fun and enjoyable.
(es) wrote: I watched a movie called The Horror Show the other day and it reminded me of this movie. I hadn't seen Shocker in ages though (and I don't think I had seen it all the way through previously) so I went back and watched this movie.The good news: It's much better than The Horror Show.The bad news: It's still not that good.I feel like this review is a bit skewed. If I hadn't watched The Horror Show before, this movie might not seem quite as good. But I couldn't help but notice a much more slick direction, a more focused screenplay (though it does get a bit ridiculous), and better acting across the board.Sure, this movie is cheesy, but I had fun. The movie didn't rush into the electricity angle and once it did it didn't seem too serious, so I didn't take it as serious as I have taken other movies. I liked how the movie took the first half to sort of establish the characters, even if a lot of murders and mayhem happened. It helped set up a lot of the crazier stuff that happens later (like jumping in and out of TVs).The only big problem I had with the movie was that it was too long. 80 minutes would have been just fine, but it's about 20 minutes longer than it really needed to be. I liked some of the goofier stuff about this movie, and I never expected a classic (though Wes Craven seemed to be trying to recreate a Freddy Krueger character), so I enjoyed it regardless.At the end of the day, at least it was better than The Horror Show (they came out the same year). I think viewers need to have a bit of an open mind and know which Wes Craven they're getting. This isn't Last House on the Left/Hills Have Eyes era Wes Craven. This was People Under the Stairs/Serpent and the Rainbow era Wes Craven. Know what you're getting in to and you'll be less "shocked". Oh, the terrible puns.
(kr) wrote: It isn't revolutionary, nor does it try to be. 'Tiger House' remains thrilling throughout, while procuring nice performances from Scodelario and Scott, and providing a strong, analogical script about a soon-to-be mother.