Happy Days Are Here Again

Happy Days Are Here Again

Traveling salesman Tim bumps into his old mate Bodde, who persuades him to join him for a couple of hustles and cons. Along the way they pick up a young girl, Aafke, who soon takes to the ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:1975
  • Language:Dutch
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

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Lora R (gb) wrote: Engeyum Kadhal was a cute movie. I thought the idea of the movie and also the story was original for the Tamil movie industry, but then I read that Engeyum Kadhal is a straight ripoff of the English movie Love in the Afternoon (1957)!Now I feel quite disappointed about the whole story and location. Prabhu Deva added a few changes to the story of course, but I feel disappointed still. I expected better from him.He did well with the direction though and the songs were good too. However the movie got silly towards the end. The part where Kamal leaves to Germany and continues his party lifestyle and suddenly realizes he has feelings for her, felt quite unrealistic and fake. I didn't like that part at all. Prabhu Deva had so many choices to do the ending different and I felt like he chose the wrong one, but maybe that's just me.

Jarrin R (au) wrote: J. Edgar was a somewhat confusing narrative, although it was well acted. The story content is almost boring in a sense when I really think about it, there are tons of dull parts. This is the kind of film I can appreciate, but would not watch again.

George P (nl) wrote: How lucky am I to have seen 2 Hector Echavarria films in the same week!! This time he is an old timer who keeps on getting beaten up. He spends the first half of the film staring at pole dancers before getting down to some cage fighting. Class oozes from this movie and I predict great things for all involved.

Ben G (ca) wrote: ''Je m'apelle Uwe Boll et je viens de faire un gros caca.''

Facebook U (mx) wrote: CRANK isn't just a generic action flick, it's a film filled with its own unique style, a great sense of humor, and most importantly a genuine sense of fun. Honestly, Statham needs to go back to making movies like this. This is a film that embraces what it is: a silly, stylish, and clever action movie. I just wish he would stop trying to make all these serious movies (I'm talking to you SAFE and HOMEFRONT), and just embrace his inner fun side.

Gordon B (de) wrote: While the movie is watchable thanks to filmmaker's access to this army strange fort, the interviews of the soldiers don't realy provide any new insight or help in constructing chacacters out of these men.

Jeremy S (au) wrote: on par with Christopher Guests Mockumenties. A funny look at those we call nerd or geek....I'll still do that

Corey W (nl) wrote: Put Pauly one-on-one with anyone and he can give you a memorable scene, especially Fred Durst.

Tom V (de) wrote: I liked the dynamic of a character trying to find the truth in war, or even if there is any. Travolta is good, as always and the plot kept me guessing!

Halli B (us) wrote: A little boring, but neat ending

Ben V (de) wrote: My friend and I turned it off 5 minutes into it

Philip S (us) wrote: Disappointing. Didn't look like much but got good buzz, so I was hopeful. Not sure what the appeal as. The jokes were lame, the twist was telegraphed, the actors uninteresting... What was there to like? Forget the buzz; take this one at face value. If you think you'd normally hate this kind of film, you will. I can't IMAGINE the sequel being worthwhile. Pass.

Brian B (ca) wrote: An awesome duo of Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan! Terrific fun, action, adventure, and comedy! Get ready woohoo!

Viktor N (es) wrote: Entertaining. Parqour looks good on the screen, and that is really what the movie is about, just storywise it wouldn't hold up.

Sam M (br) wrote: Not as much codebreaking as there should have been.