Happiness Is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown
Linus is pushed to his limits when he learns Grandma is coming to visit and plans on ridding him of his childish security blanket.
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Happiness Is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown torrent reviews
Sylvester K (es) wrote: A nice little home invasion thriller which doesn't seem realistic at all. I like the dark colour and scary camera angels but it was too predictable and too long, also there are a lot of unnecessary details in the film that the viewers really do not need and made the film really tedious. The characters are really stupid as well, it drives me nuts when they don't do what you would expect normal people to do. Selma Blair made the film bearable.
Jeff B (it) wrote: This movie could have been a great comedy, in fact, in some ways it already was, but only in subtle ways. The co-starring characters were the ones who actually made this movie funny, their little quirks and skits actually made me laugh out loud more than once. It was the main story of the movie that was the flaw out of all of it. I love Rick Moranis, but for some reason, I was reminded so much of Little Giants (Big Bully, get it?) through most of it, which is never a good thing. Reminding an audience of a much better movie is a sure-fire way of getting them to not want to watch your movie.
ray h (au) wrote: A disappointing movie. I was sucked in by prof reviewers. There is some good stuff here. The two lead actors are uniformly excellent. The story was engaging for the first 30 mins. or so. But, the final resolution of the story; and the tying up of loose ends did not make any sense.This is a REAR WINDOW type of story. But, this guy only looks into one window. Of course, we understand that because a beautiful, often scantily clad, woman lives there. Interestingly for a French film, we never see her nude nor during any of her frequent love-making sessions. But, what is going on with all the other people on that side of the building?This lonely, window-peeper guy professes profound love for a woman he has hardly spoken to. It seems more like infatuation, tinged with lust. I suppose a pre-teen or teenager could make this mistake. But, our protagonist is a mature male, in his late 30s or 40s. And, its not like this guy is not getting any sex. We see him visiting a brothel where he apparently is a regular customer. We would have to think this persons psyche is extremely fragile, or even pathological.Ultimately, the story is inconsistent. The ending/denouement is not believable. I was not willing to go along for that ride.
Art S (br) wrote: I don't know if this is officially a screwball comedy (or a comedy of remarriage, as many of them were) but it is pretty damn close. Myrna Loy and William Powell are delicious as usual (as the libeled young lady in question and the man hired to get her to drop her lawsuit, respectively) but throw in Spencer Tracy (brash newspaperman, of course) and Jean Harlow (his gal, who marries Powell who aims to seduce Loy so Harlow can sue for alienation of affection thus throwing the libel suit against Tracy's newspaper into doubt) and you've got the goods. The plot/plan in that last parenthetical naturally does not go off without a hitch - but things work out anyway (or do they?). The four stars are at the top of their game and the script rolls merrily along, inexorably to a complicated comedic conclusion. Great fun!