Half-Wits Holiday

Half-Wits Holiday

A professor bets one of his colleagues that he can turn the stooges into gentlemen within 60 days. With the aid of his pretty daughter, the professor tries to teach the boys proper etiquette. After many frustrating attempts, he introduces the stooges into society at a fancy party. At first things go all right, but the party soon degenerates into a wild pie fight.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:18 minutes
  • Release:1947
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:farce,   slapstick,   wager,  

A professor seeks to prove his theories about environment versus heredity by turning three boorish plumbers into gentlemen. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Half-Wits Holiday torrent reviews

Dwight F (au) wrote: Everything needed to tie up the series. It has action, violence, and a heartfelt ending that brings it all together. It isn't the greatest movie ever made, but it sure is solid and makes the whole series worth a good marathon.

Anthony T (it) wrote: Not worth the watch.

Michael G (it) wrote: The best movie about Dance Dance Revolution of the future !!!!!!

Dan H (fr) wrote: It was ok, in a weird way. Kinda liked it.

Stuart K (jp) wrote: Written and directed by John Woo, this was his first film to be made in Mandarin since Hard Boiled (1992). He'd had a good run in Hollywood, but work dried up stateside, so Woo returned to Asian cinema with something he'd wanted to do for decades, but he could never get the funding together. After various successes in Hollywood, he was finally back on form with this majestic and sweeping action epic. Set towards the end of the Han Dynasty in Ancient China circa 208-209 AD. Eastern Han Dynasty chancellor Cao Cao (Zhang Fengyi) leads the imperial army to kill the rival Southern Warlords Sun Quan (Chang Chen) and Liu Bei (You Yong). Emperor Han (Wang Ning) is reluctant for Cao Cao to lead the imperial army to attack, but acquiesces to Cao Cao's demands. When military strategist Zhuge Liang (Takeshi Kaneshiro) heads south to convince Sun Quan to join forces with Liu Bei against the powerful warlord, Zhuge Liang meets the viceroy Zhou Yu (Tony Leung), who comes up with a strategy to hold back the might of the million strong imperial army. It's a very epic film, and very long too, but the Battle of the Red Cliffs is a part of Chinese history that has interested Woo for many years, and although he took liberties with history, Woo isn't interested in historical accuracy. He wants to tell a good story, and make it look good, and he does just that here. 4/5

Joey R (au) wrote: Arguably Wes Anderson's best film and definitely the most serious. While maintaining a comedic flow, the dramatic elements are what makes this movie shine. The attempted suicide scene in particular really shows how Anderson isn't afraid to really explore some dark themes in an otherwise lighthearted filmography.

Matteo B (jp) wrote: Kolossal! Love and music passion!

Ryan O (es) wrote: An "ok" musical, there wasn't really any memorable songs in the film. I did love seeing a young Christian Bale give a different kind of performance.

Damon R (gb) wrote: This is why I enjoy watching war movies. This true story is brutal, bloody, gruesome, and extremely violent, which is exactly what the Vietnam war, or any war, was.

Luke B (gb) wrote: Genuinely surprised by the lack of enthusiasm for this fantastic film. It deserves a lot of love for the way it crafts a tense but realistic thriller. SOmething of a different Christmas movie for me, this recounts the true events of Christmas Eve - Boxing Day 1994, as armed Algerian terrorists take over a plane. We weave in and out of the different facets that must deal with the crisis including those on the plane, the government, and the tactics team that will eventually have to take them down. The film is shot with urgency and perfectly recreates the feeling of dread and despair. Best of all is the historical for this film. People laugh and ignore the woman who believes this to be a suicide mission. Something we most certainly would make our first guess in this day and age. The action is incredible, considering it takes place in such a small space. The climax is repetitive in an invigorating way, as the terrorists and police trade shots without busting out into action heroics. I was completely engrossed by this little gem, which I may make a Christmas regular.

Sylvester K (nl) wrote: There is a reason why Mad Max remains a cult classic, George Miller created a violent apocalyptic world where fuels are now scarce and violent gangs terrorise people. Mel Gibson was the star of this film in his very early film career, he truly did a marvellous job playing the titular character. Overall, Mad Max has enough car stunts to satisfy action buffs, even if the acting was not the greatest.

Sarah A (gb) wrote: Italy. A mother and daughter flee Rome to the country to escape allied bombing in WW2. Sophia plays a wonderfully strong mother, but even that cannot protect from the cruelties of war.

Scott S (ca) wrote: Green Mansions (1959) -- [4.5] -- Bizarre, lavish misfire featuring Audrey Hepburn as a jungle girl who falls in love with a political refugee played by Anthony Perkins. The movie's beautiful in a kitschy kind of way, but the story is slow-moving and suffers from the lack of any strong characters. Perkins gives a incredibly awkward performance, overacting at times and barely registering at others. Hepburn probably does the best anyone could in such a strange role (and was probably only cast because the director was her husband at the time).

Walter M (ru) wrote: In "Stranger on the Third Floor," Michael Ward(John McGuire), a reporter, is the chief witness for the prosection in the murder trial of Joe Briggs(Elisha Cook Jr.), a drifter. During the trial, Michael's fiancee Jane(Margaret Tallichet) comes by to lend moral support. After Briggs is convicted of first degree murder and is likely to be sentenced to death, Michael starts to have second thoughts, especially after this strange dude(Peter Lorre) puts in an appearance. "Stranger on the Third Floor" is a dark little number with a very cool nightmare sequence. The movie is about how often appearances can be deceiving while taking a shot at the strict moral code of the time and this is an important lesson for Michael if he is to be a success at his chosen profession. However, the movie wraps a little too neatly and quickly, as more could have been done with the premise.

jay n (fr) wrote: Solid drama with Lucy excellent as Victor Mature's secretary who carries a torch for him and Lizabeth Scott silky rotten as his grasping wife.

Komal S (ru) wrote: Haha! I actually liked this more than I thouhgt I would.

Richard D (ag) wrote: The only movie in existence that starts off as a comedy, and is slowly becoming a documentary.