Episodic look at married life and in-law problems. Adventures include a ride on a crowded trolley with a live turkey; a wild spin in a new auto with the in-laws in tow; and a sequence in which Hubby accidently chloroforms his mother-in-law and is convinced that he has killed her. When she begins sleep-walking, he thinks that she has returned to haunt him.
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(es) wrote: It doesn't suck that hard...catch the Bullitt references... and look at this cast! Turn off your brain and enjoy it, if that's your inclination.
(us) wrote: CHARLIE ST. CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF ZAC...BUT NOT MUCH ELSE.:: A review by Brett Epstein ::This movie is seriously flawed. In fact, the only way it is not flawed is by the presence of Zac Efron. He can carry a movie. He is a star. I am almost embarrassed to stay that, but he has star power and hence this movie works. Because we can watch Zac Efron and say "Okay. He is extremely attractive and he delivered that line believably enough. I am having a decent time at the movies, and knew what I was getting into anyways by purchasing a ticket to a film entitled Charlie St. Cloud, so I will continue to watch and enjoy looking at Zac." So as long as you don't pay attention to the awful dialogue (especially by the dead younger brother, he is given barely anything to do from start to finish, so not only do you not care that he died because they didn't develop him, but he is not a fun presence in the film when he returns), the shady plotline (it veers all over the place as an uneven mix of "Ghost," "The Sixth Sense" and TV's "The Ghost Whisperer" - and combining these three things is wildly unnecessary), or the overdone cinematography choices (honestly... do we need a close-up of a fucking cannon every other scene? do we? do you want us to FOCUS on the cannon? is the cannon important? why can't we have more Zac and less cannon?!?) and you simply look at Zac and listen to what he's gotta say, then you would have left yourself a FINE 2-star film. Now, it that god-awful Taylor Lautner were to carry this dreary project, we may have been looking at a zero-star film...
(nl) wrote: The best movie yet of the Tinker Bell series.
(fr) wrote: Absolutely wonderful! If ur a fan of music and life. Watch this!
(mx) wrote: This is the Korean version of Dangerous Liaisons, which was certainly an interesting idea. Fans of the story might enjoy another retelling, complete with beautiful period sets and costumes, and at least the twisted plot held my interest for the full two hours, but only barely. It still feels long and drawn-out, and there is insufficient character development to hold this heavily character-based drama together. The talented actors certainly did their best with what they had, but that doesn't make this story believable or effective enough to become more than relatively light fare.
(ca) wrote: This movie is brilliant, absurd and hilarious.
(ag) wrote: underated b movie from the 80s.
(it) wrote: A fun, goofy ride with a great cast
(it) wrote: This is a terrible movie -- a blatant rip off of Tarantino. The only redeeming thing in the film is Janet McTeer's performance as a merciless killer.
(ca) wrote: Poses interesting ethical questions and shows the human side of a medical diagnosis. Davis is just superb as this character, and it is quite a departure from her later roles involving sassy, bitter and headstrong women (she is light and bubbly here by comparison). I found it to be very charming and romantic and quite sad towards the end. I only wish Davis' character was a bit more developed, as this does veer into melodrama. Overall, though, an enjoyable watch.
(gb) wrote: wow! this is really good! Emma Thompson steals the show!