I'm a Monkey's Uncle

I'm a Monkey's Uncle

Set in the stone age, the stooges are cavemen who must have various misadventures hunting, gathering, and otherwise coping with prehistoric life. When some other cavemen threaten to take their women ("Aggie", "Maggie", and "Baggy"), the boys fight them off with a catapulting tree branch that shoots rocks and eggs.

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I'm a Monkey's Uncle torrent reviews

Felipe Q (ca) wrote: Filme que fala sobre o conflito ocorrido na Bsnia na decada de 90 poderia e deveria ser um bom filme pelo menos, por que tinha em mos um excelente material

Joe R (ca) wrote: I'm not gonna lie, I (kind of) liked it.

Diego D (au) wrote: The best japanese movie I've ever watched. Lots of cliches, but a interesting plot, and good fight scenes.

Kevin T (nl) wrote: Such an interesting character in every aspect, a documentary that takes a U-turn into unpredicted territory. Every thought towards Leuchter is flopped opposite by the end of the film.

Jeff B (au) wrote: This was my intro to the Cremaster Cycle, so I'm not exactly sure what I saw in the theater, but it can certainly say I haven't seen anything like it before. It's a very interesting film, from what I gathered, a satyr (I think) tap dances on the Isle of Man and falls through the floor of a building into the ocean, then finds a way to the surface, all the while a car race is taking place. I have my own theory of what was taking place, but I'll go into detail later if anyone wants to know. But the visuals were certainly impressive and it's an extremely unique piece of filmmaking. Watching it, I couldn't believe some of the camerawork, how the scenes in the tunnels were filmed, the sets and acting, it was pretty awesome.

Michelle H (fr) wrote: I am not sure why the critics where so harsh towards this film. It is an epic, beautiful, and emotional masterpiece. Gary Oldman gives what I consider to be the performance of a lifetime as Beethoven and all the supporting cast where fantastic as well. The movie is brilliantly set to the music of the great composer , which is fitting considering that his music is like a soundtrack for his life! The movie was shot on location in Europe with period costumes and it completely transports me to the decadence of that time period.The movie really shows Beethoven as a tortured soul who could be very rough and abrasive on one hand, but incredibly kind and romantic on the other.Some people think Gary Oldman was miscast in this because the real life Beethoven was not nearly as handsome. My response, who cares?? He embodies the spirit of Beethoven both in his expressions, and his personality. I have read biographies on this composer and Gary totally captured him. Some cinematic license is taken in this film due to the fact that the Immortal Beloved was never discovered, but it is truly fascinating to speculate about who it could have been. All of the women Beethoven is with in this film are beautiful,strong willed, and passionate, and are all played by amazing actresses, including the flawless Isabella Rossallini. Gary Oldman has been deserving of an academy award for some time now. He has the remarkable ability to change his body, voice, and personality completely into the character he is playing.Never has he deserved the nomination more than he did for this film. Overall, this film is a grand, sweeping, and emotionally profound work of art. It is right up there with some of the greatest films ever made. I do not often give perfect scores to films, but there is just not a single flaw in this. It is mesmerizing entertainment from start to finish!

Mitchell G (gb) wrote: Be careful what you wish for.

Andr D (ag) wrote: Francois Truffaut nos presenta un homenaje al arte de hacer peliculas con "La Noche Americana" (el titulo se refiere a una toma que pretende haber sido filmada de noche, pero en realidad hecha de dia). Llena de detalles y referentes al cine y al trabajo del director, esta cinta acerca de un director (el mismo Truffaut encarnando a un director llamado Ferrand) que debe filmar contra reloj una tragedia romantica kitsch llamada "Meet Pamela" se enfrenta a actores enamoradizos (Jean-Pierre Leaud), divas alcoholicas (Valentina Cortese), actrices depresivas (Jacqueline Bisset) y actores que ocultan su homosexualidad (Jean-Pierre Aumont). Tal vez esta, junto con "The Player" y "Living In Oblivion", es una de las mejores si no la mejor pelicula sobre peliculas.

Vivian G (ru) wrote: Loved it and josh peck was in this movie and he lost a lot of weight and I loved the message that it sent with the movie put aside you deferences. Act like a champion be a champion.Loved the saying "I'm not into boys, I'm into men so we won't have a problem."

Logan M (mx) wrote: "Ocean's Eleven" is so entertaining, you don't care how unrealistic it is.

Calum R (ru) wrote: Steven Spielberg, the master of war epics - including 'Saving Private Ryan', 'Schindler's List' and 'Empire of the Sun' - delves into the genre again, but this time focusing on World War I and the adapted tale of 'War Horse'. Whilst arguable that Spielberg tried a little too hard with the film's sentimentality, in my opinion it was used perfectly in conjunction with the plot, at just the right times, allowing even the toughest of moviegoers to become attached to Joey, the miracle horse. The film ventures into the lives of civilians, both British and French, and the frontline British and German soldiers, each time showing that despite the "allied" and "axis" labels, each side were compassionate for the animals that aided them throughout the war. Furthermore, despite the American influence on the film, it has a truly British feel to it, thus rendering its closeness to its source material. The cinematography is stunning and John Williams' score is beautiful, 'War Horse' is nothing short of a feel-good classic, if not a little too longwinded.

Paul D (nl) wrote: For a movie that only cost $15 million to make, I think it did fairly well. The first half is slower than I would have liked it to be, but it does get better. The actors in the film did amazing considering the material that they had. The character design for Krampus and his minions had a lot of room for improvement, but I still left the theater with a smile on my face. Worth watching...I hope it gets a sequel. Not everyone liked it, but I had fun.

Leo D (au) wrote: I support Ross Ulbritch idealist thoughts, but im kind of confused about if Silk Road didn't create parallel dark bussiness as well.