Ginger Meggs

Ginger Meggs

Ginger Meggs (Paul Daniel) is a young "Dennis the Menace" who first appeared in Australian comic strips in 1921. In this film meant for the pre-teen set, Ginger is constantly getting himself in trouble in spite of his good intentions -- at the same time, he prevaricates, he disobeys his teachers and parents, he skips school, or while in school, fights it out with the bullies -- all activities that are bound to capture the attention of children who can vicariously enjoy the forbidden behavior.

The escapades of Ginger Meggs, local larrikin. He's trying to win the heart of Minnie Peters, but the pressures of school, his rival Eddie Coogan and bully Tiger Kelly make life tough for him. Besides, there's fishing to be done. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kandis A (nl) wrote: I couldn't keep up with the plot. Maybe if I try to watch it again but it didn't keep my attention at all!!!

Miguel F (us) wrote: otra de asano, gran actor

Logan M (ag) wrote: An aggressively blunt crime drama that proves to us that Spike Lee is one of the most provocative modern directors in the business today.

Tim M (jp) wrote: A lovely film with a wonderful ensemble cast. A love story that had me in tears by the end yet smiling at the same time. I was engaged so much I wanted to read the "Rolling Stone" article at the end.Wasn't entirely in love with the 3rd act, but writer-director Cameron Crowe manages to make it work.

Private U (de) wrote: Hidden Assassin (1995) or The Shooter starts off as a slow burning post-Cold War political thriller about a U.S. Marshal sent to Prague to bring in an ex-CIA assassin who is suspected of recently murdering a Cuban ambassador in New York. The conscientious and suspicious Marshal (Dolph Lundren) doesn't believe the suspect is guilty; she appears to have retired to run a restaurant with her (lesbian?) friend. But with a US-Cuban diplomatic summit about to be held in the Czechoslovakian capital and this possible assassin must be brought in. So, after a series of chase scenes on foot, by car and on trains (which are surprisingly good, hats off to the stuntmen) Marshal hauls her in - both limping and bruised. I was shocked to see 'Dolph' actually wince when he got slammed in the ribs with a fire extinguisher! Even stabbed and shot, Lundgren movie characters usually can take the blows and utter back from an unemotional square-jaw face, "I am Speztsnaz" or "I must break you." Marshal is a much more vulnerable and flawed character than I am used to seeing. There is an admirable attempt craft intrigue and double-crosses into this film which reminded me in places of the Bourne trilogy. But Hidden Assassin (The Shooter) eventually gives up a credible espionage plot and reverts back to what Dolph seems to do best; a shoot 'em-up. The real bad-guys are finally exposed as a champion of American truth and justice the Marshal gives them an opportunity of a 'fair and impartial' trial first but the dirty-rotten scoundrels try their luck at a gunfight on some rooftops: big mistake.

Mohd S (jp) wrote: Maniac Nurses: Bloodsucking Freaks II???

Melissa D (us) wrote: Great 70's Horror Flick!! <3

Jussi O (au) wrote: Consistently rhytmic running. Enigmatic figure made by Lee. Nothing too revelative. Nice film with elegant touch.

Jarek M (es) wrote: Absolutism according to Charlie Kaufman.