Shemp dies but cannot get into heaven until he reforms Moe and Larry. He returns to earth as an invisible spirit and sets out to prevent the other two stooges from selling a phony invention (a fountain pen that writes under whip cream) to a rich couple. Shemp sabotages Moe and Larry's sales pitch, but it looks he's headed for the fires below anyway.
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Heavenly Daze torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Brian Spitz had massive balls to make this film. It's not great cinema but a decent enough time waster that'll make a lot of guys insecure about the size of their thing.
(au) wrote: Watched this at TIFF10.
(us) wrote: The nights at the round table, king aurthur, lancalot, guenive... such a good story... with such a happy ending... and who knew you could make the Medival Times into a Football Field... lol
(it) wrote: You really have to like trashy Troma films in order to even remotely have a good time with this movie. Thing is.... even they wouldn't go this far. I fucking directed a scene with a hillbilly jacking off in the woods and getting his Wang severed, and even I think this movie went WAY too far.What a waste. Now let's see if LAID TO REST can fair any better.It's really too bad - the beginning intro with the bowling pins made me think I might be watching something like Slaughterhouse(I was wrong).
(de) wrote: So silly but so funny, very enjoyable :D
(us) wrote: Hilarious film about dating.
(de) wrote: This movie could have been pretty good, but every part that was good about it was paired with something that was really cheesy and not really necessary for the story in the long run.Good emotion, but missed the mark as a whole.
(it) wrote: Sidney Lumet's psychological thriller Equus is one hell of a great dark thriller, starring Richard Burton in his finest role since Who's Affraid of Virginia Woolf. Along we also have Peter Firth who also is terrific. Equus, which is latin for horse is the story about young boy named Alan Strang (Peter Firth) who is sendt to a juvenile mental institution for savage blinding of six horses with a metal spike. After seeking help from other spesialist, he finaly comes to Dr. Martin Dysart (Richard Burton) who is set to investegate this case, but himself is getting to personaly involved in this case, he's affraid to cure Alan because that will just mean an other normalised zombie. Equus is a picture that really makes me think, about life, about lust, about forbidden fruits, about every thing. But it's some times shocking, which is good, so we actually get the feeling that this actually chould have happend. Richard Burton does a splendid preformance as a psychiatrist who has a load of problems, and a non-romantic marriage and unfulfilled dreams. He's monologues in the dark, while the camera is zooming backwards. This isn't actually new, spesially that they used it in the first Godfather picture, but not less effective for that reason. Equus is one hell of a fine movie to watch in the dark. A big thumbs up.
(es) wrote: Would like to get round to watching.
(ag) wrote: joseph l. mankiewicz shines when it comes to getting phenomenal performances from his actors. particularly katharine hepburn and elizabeth taylor in the instance of "suddenly, last summer". the dialogue and performances will keep you engaged through out the entire film, or at least most of it. the movie does feel like it might be around ten minutes too long, but considering how good most of it is, it doesn't feel too much of a problem.
(kr) wrote: A classic action film that cemented the blueprint for whatever followed next. Walter Hill dictated the style while the two leads seem to be enjoying the hell out of it. One things for sure; I surely miss the Eddie Murphy of that period, please please someone get him back!
(kr) wrote: I watched this directly after watching A Safe Place because I had to cleanse my palate. The first time I watched this film was in a film theory class on a big screen and it was love at first sight. The film falls closer onto the art-house side rather than a standard narrative film so many people won't enjoy it but to me F for Fake is a bundle of fun.
(ag) wrote: The greatest monster movie ever made. I love this movie.