His New Job

His New Job

When one of the actors on a movie set doesn't show up, Charlie gets his chance to be on camera and replaces the actor. While waiting, he plays in a dice game and gets on many people's nerves. When he finally gets to act, he ruins his scene, accidentally destroys the set, and tears the skirt of the star of the movie.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:31 minutes
  • Release:1915
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:hollywood,  

Charlie is trying to get a job in a movie. After causing difficulty on the set he is told to help the carpenter. When one of the actors doesn't show, Charlie is given a chance to act but ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


His New Job torrent reviews

David L (ru) wrote: tricky dicky with his pants down!!

Siddharth B (de) wrote: One of the most captivating international cinema i have seen in recent times

Joel F (ru) wrote: My childhood is dead, atleast from the spy kids franchise

Keith G (us) wrote: I don't know if it was the feeling of being whisked away to an unfamiliar part of the world or the deep connection between a father and son. Perhaps it was both. Regardless, I really enjoyed this simple but touching documentary/drama. Sad circumstances leaves a young boy in Rome with his mother while his father lives miles away in a remote Mexican Caribbean fishing village. After several years apart, the young boy comes to visit his father and the film follows their time together. In addition to it's tender story is it's great cinematography and editing. This was an unknown part of the world to me and it was beautifully brought to life in this film. Besides the beauty of the locations is the beauty of the relationship between father and son. Whether scaling fish or feeding gulls the relationship is genuinely moving. "Alamar" is a small foreign film thet few will see and it's really a shame. This isn't everyone's cup of tea. But for me this is an easy picture to recommend and I've enjoyed it each time I've watched it.

K Ro C (es) wrote: inutile mais franchement fun. pis j'aime bien les beaux gosses japonais moi :D

Carlo R (de) wrote: Con una historia que raya en lo ridculo y lo ilgico, Burn After Reading es una comedia negra que pocas veces es graciosa o divertida y que varias veces puede llegar a sentirse boba.A pesar de sus contras, posee varios toques de originalidad y la historia puede ser en ocasiones ligeramente compleja e interesante, adems de que cuenta con buenas interpretaciones por parte de la mayora de los protagonistas.Lubezki es el encargado de la fotografa que a pesar de ser bastante slida, no es nada espectacular, correspondiendo, con esto ltimo, de manera adecuada a la pelcula.En fin, para una pelcula que no es mucho, tampoco hay mucho que decir. Si quieres presenciar un relato irracional y singular mientras escuchas a John Malkovick decir "What the fuck" durante 1 hora y media, este filme es para ti.

Steffo D (ca) wrote: Hade nog fr hga frvntningar p den hr filmen. Visst r det lgbudget, men det r inte budgeten det r fel p utan meningen med hela filmen. Fattar nada. Det som rddar filmen r dom skna mammorna - 40-talister i sitt esse. En halv stjrna till fr repliken: "Men jag lskar bacon". Fantastisk i sin enkelhet!

Stig H (nl) wrote: What can I say? The butcher is my hero, fantastic film, but clearly not for everyone!!

Knox M (it) wrote: Like its predecessor, Star Trek III is essentially just an overextended episode of a television series. Often placed in the "odd-numbered" Star Trek bunch, some people consider this film to be absolutely horrible. Bad enough that the Nostalgia Critic did a review on it. I find these criticisms to be misplaced. The Search for Spock is, at least out of the original three, the most enjoyable. Finally, some good humor that made me laugh out loud.Since The Wrath of Khan was an advertisement for the sequel, Star Trek III has the Star Trek crew, save for Uhara and of course Spock, searching for Spock. If you haven't seen The Wrath of Khan, let me fill you in. In Khan, Spock mind-melded with McCoy just before he died of radiation poisoning.Kirk: You're suffering from a Vulcan mind meld, doctor.McCoy: That green-blooded son of a bitch. It's his revenge for all the arguments he lost.A project titled "Genesis," which can transform moons to planets, or life from lifelessness, has resurrected Spock. The Enterprise is "stolen" by Kirk and company before it was going to be decommissioned, and their mission is to bring Spock and McCoy to Vulcan so McCoy can transfer Spock's thoughts back to Spock.The plot is, admittedly, a bit convoluted. Although it is easy to get back on track with the plot once it takes a turn, these shifts occur to often.Leonard Nimoy's direction is quite impressive for a debut, and he proved with the film that he had a knack for directing. It is a bit of a shame he didn't direct any Trek films past Star Trek IV.The acting merit is the same as it was in The Wrath of Khan, though the actors didn't have any scenes to demonstrate their talents. Except for Kirk, who provided an excellent reaction to his son's death.The main adversary of the film is a slimy Klingon named Kruge, played by none other than Doc Brown himself, Christopher Lloyd. It is a little awkward when you think about it that way, since his voice is so "good guy." I would have preferred if he would have spoken the Klingon language throughout the entire film.The Search for Spock is an underrated film that is unfairly considered terrible. A nice middle act.

Michael H (it) wrote: There is something undeniably appealing about Michael Winner'sDeath Wish. Even those who disagree with its knee-jerk vigilante ideology have a hard time denying its impact because the film digs deep and works on an almost subconscious level where ideals about fairness and justice devolve into a simple desire to see the wicked punished. Of course, who is deserving of that punishment is exactly the kind of nuance and complication thatDeath Wishbulldozes right over. In this film, the evil characters are unmistakably evil, and someone must put a stop to them.

Stephen E (au) wrote: Let's just say that "Pulp" isn't quite the Mike Hodges we're akin to; the Mike Hodges that made great films such as "Croupier" or "Get Carter". It's fairly sub-par for a director of his magnitude, and is lacking in many of the major areas that are required for a film to be considered "good". The plot is confusing and is never really made clear, and we spend half the time trying to figuring out the importance of the any of the characters. We meander from scene to scene, never really knowing what's happening. Half of the scenes are really quite unnecessary. Eventually, the story picks up with twenty minutes left to go, but by then we don't care. I won't necessarily say that "Pulp" is a "bad" film though. It certainly tries hard to be what it's not, and while you can certainly spot the influences here, "Pulp" never really pulls anything off. What we're left with is a forgettable neo-noir that could make for an enjoyable watch on any given night. It's not perfect, but it's a forgivable attempt.

Donald P (ag) wrote: Oh my God, Sophia Loren is a Goddess! Her passion, her eyes. I was in love with her as a teen and as an old man still she is the one!

Amos A (kr) wrote: Some parts where taken straight out of mission impossible but it has a great ending to it and Matt Damon was awesome

Luca D (fr) wrote: Film iconico come spesso accade quando si parla di droga in modo cos "naturale". In questo caso la fama anche meritata perch il film non solo un inno alle allucinazioni e al fancazzismo giovanile, ma si porta dietro di s una serie di problematiche sociali di un certo peso.

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