Get Cracking

Get Cracking

Get Cracking is a 1943 British comedy war film, directed by Marcel Varnel and starring Dinah Sheridan, Ronald Shiner and George Formby. It was produced by Marcel Varnel, Ben Henry and Columbia (British) Productions. This comedy explores the wayward rivalry between mechanic and Home Guard Lance Corporal George Singleton (George Formby) and an adversary also in the Home Guard (Ronald Shiner). When the rival Home Guard units of Major Wallop and Minor Wallop are sent on battle manoeuvres, George Singleton (Formby) launches his own unique style of commando raid against neighbouring Major Wallop to steal a Vickers machine gun. The raid fails and Singleton loses his Lance Corporal's stripe, so he and a little evacuee girl named Irene (Vera Frances) decide to fall back on 'Plan B' - to build their very own tank.

Get Cracking is a 1943 British comedy war film, directed by Marcel Varnel and starring Dinah Sheridan, Ronald Shiner and George Formby.[1] It was produced by Marcel Varnel, Ben Henry and Columbia (British) Productions. This comedy explores the wayward rivalry between mechanic and Home Guard lance corporal George Singleton (George Formby) and an adversary also in the Home Guard (Ronald Shiner). When the rival Home Guard units of Major Wallop and Minor Wallop are sent on battle manoeuvres, George Singleton (Formby) launches his own unique style of commando raid against neighbouring Major Wallop to steal a Vickers machine gun. The raid fails and Singleton loses his lance corporal's stripe, so he and a little evacuee girl named Irene (Vera Frances) decide to fall back on 'Plan B' - to build their very own tank. The venture is such a success that George is made a sergeant. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Paul D (mx) wrote: There's not a lot of script, nor a great deal of pace to this people watching movie in a post Tsunami town. That part of the story isn't really important, but these elements enhance the growings feelings that exist between the two lead characters.

Vicky G (jp) wrote: 4/10 I wanted to walk out after 15 minutes. Don't bother, not even on video.

Frederick M (jp) wrote: Jesus was born into a world that rejected his parents...no room at the inn. Despite the challenges and hopelessness of our society, the grace of God's incarnation is not found in material gifts or the commercialism of Christmas. Instead that grace and light is found in the frailty of the human condition.

Marcin M (it) wrote: Nice pictures and music, but somewhat psychodelic, with action taking place in other planes of consciousness. Heavy symbolism and departure from cause-end-effect approach in narration make it a bit hard to watch; I enjoyed it partially because being half asleep at times and thus taking better to the atmosphere.

Chris C (us) wrote: Extremely interesting. Even when Moore talks about ideas I don't believe in he still manages to present them in intriguing ways generating thoughts to lose sleep over. Particularly the progress rate of human information reaching a boiling point. I need to read more of his stuff.

Patrick L (kr) wrote: Very original, and very moving...Scandnavian style of film at it's best.

Austin W (fr) wrote: This film was a huge financial loss for disney and did not exactly get the best reviews but is it really worth such a mediocre response. Not exactly, i feel that this movie gets a little too much of a bad wrap. Yes a few of the characters are either not on screen enough or arent good characters in general and the world they create while unique is an odd mix of times the film does sport some splendid animation and a since of adventure that somewhat makes up for it's short comings. It's a truely descent animated picture.

Greg H (br) wrote: Still Tom Cruise's best performance to date, also probably director Cameron Crowe's best effort ever, with a brilliant supporting cast including a great child performance from Jonathan Lipnicki. A compelling, feel-good film.

Hunter D (br) wrote: Not as crazy as I was hoping, especially considering that this movie is by the guys who did FORBIDDEN ZONE and MODERN VAMPIRES, but it was still a lot of fun. It had the potential to be even nuttier than those films with its absurd plot, but it doesn't really run with the concept the way it could have. Still, I had a lot of fun watching it, and I challenge you to find another movie with a premise that's as nutty as this one (and as fun to describe).

Mikhail A (mx) wrote: Another booooooooring old horror flick. Well at least it's more thrilling and more dynamic then the original. Though still you clearly realise that the story is something of an insignificant mess made only to make another movie.

Douglas P (it) wrote: Barely gets the three-star in my rating - mainly because the sense of dread is held in check in favor of exploring the lover's innocent mindsets of being together in a 'cruel' world. Dread is the essential ingredient of film noir, and I found director Ray wasn't interested in building that up in this tale of doomed love. The characters seem as though they are impervious to fear and that they will always be together. It doesn't gel. The performances are fine, but the problem doesn't lie in the chemistry, but in the director's execution. Ray perfected his dance with the genre with his next film, 'On Dangerous Ground'.

Nate T (kr) wrote: Better than the TV Show as far as I'm concerned. On Blu-Ray and followed by a sequel.

Junior C (jp) wrote: This movie is horrible. Its campy, full of errors, the acting, directing and special effects are terrible.

Damien P (jp) wrote: i will want to see the movie