Dr Sánchez Blanch owns and operates a psychiatric hospital where he specializes in hypnotizing his severely emotionally disturbed patients.
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Jill R (kr) wrote: Gigantic piece of trash surprising the directors still get work couldn't Finish the movie Grade F
Lucas F (us) wrote: I never knew it was going to be this god-awful
Greg W (us) wrote: gr8 cast are the fuel that makes this go
theresa b (gb) wrote: good film i like this sort of film
Matt K (kr) wrote: R. Lee Ermey steals the show as Nike co-founder, Bill Bowerman. This movie, like many biopics, suffers structural problems, because you can't jam a tidy three act structure into somebody's life story. Plus, the directing seems uninspired.
Rafael B (ag) wrote: it's freaking hilarious at its best!
Andrew G (nl) wrote: This is one great film! I watched it for the first time around 2 weeks ago. I can't believe I waited so long!
Benjamin H (it) wrote: That is one nutty hospital.
Steve L (br) wrote: Best Star Trek movie ever!
Brandon S (es) wrote: Two English nurses are on holiday in France, after a fight between the two one of the girls is missing. Surprisingly suspenseful once the hunt is on for the missing girl the entire film seems to change and it becomes hard to tell who has done what.
Wayne G (jp) wrote: A giant brain eating crab monster, that cannot be harmed by any weapon and communicates in the voices of its victims, and with plans of world domination. Just another one of those "Nature Mutated By Radiation" movies. This is a funny movie now, but is just another in a long line of movies playing on the fears of its time. The fx are cheesy (but probably state of the art in 1957), the giant crabs especially, with their human eyes. The final demise of the creature is fairly typical. Definately one for those of us who love cheesy horror/sci-fi.
Teemu Q (us) wrote: The humour is outdated, yes, but it's still very charming and sometimes even a funny movie. Marilyn is cute in her blonde role, but the real scene stealer is (gorgeous) Bacall.
Roddy W (de) wrote: Why is this a masterpiece? There is the sheer physical brilliance of theduo, for instance. Their dance outside the saloon never fails to have me crying with laughter. Then there is their rendition of 'The Traill of The Lonesome Pine'. James Finlayson, the moustachioed cross-eyed baddie works brilliantly as a foil to the duo's slapstick and it all ends up being just over an hour of pure magic. America, I salute you for your legacy of comic genius!
Jaymes R (ru) wrote: Ahahhaahhaahahaha- excuse me! Um...no.
Brian S (nl) wrote: Interesting only because it stars Colin Hay, former lead singer of Men At Work. Otherwise, it's a mediocre ghost story that suffers from a lot of incoherence. A few creepy moments, but this one never really gels. In fact, I can't say that I know what happened. Lots of potentially interesting ideas, none of which are ever fully developed. Confusing, and Colin Hay doesn't bring much to it... the novelty wears off quickly.
Ludwig S (jp) wrote: Atmosphrisch, sehr gut gespielt, aber die Handlung ist nicht so richtig glaubwrdig.
Sebastian T (au) wrote: Loved it the first time I saw at the theater. Own the DVD and have had many friends watch it with me and they too loved it. To me it's Moonlighting the Musical. He's basically playing David Addison on the big screen.