I'm All Right Jack

I'm All Right Jack

Naive Stanley Windrush returns from the war, his mind set on a successful career in business. Much to his own dismay, he soon finds he has to start from the bottom and work his way up, and also that the management as well as the trade union use him as a tool in their fight for power.

Stanley Windrush is an upper-class graduate works in his uncle's company. His uncle wants to use him for his conspiracy, however, everything becomes chaos when his socialist employee Mr. Kite fulfill a plan. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Greg S (it) wrote: It's a lot easier to make a film about someone being an artistic filmmaker than it is to be an artistic filmmaker.

briana m (ag) wrote: want to watch for free but dont know how

Brian N (de) wrote: it was like something from the abc-family channel

AlSameer C (nl) wrote: Batman Begins is a type of movie I wasn't expecting to be this great. After the thing that happened in 1997, Christopher Nolan stepped up and rebooted Batman and everyone wasn't anticipating this since Batman was a joke. The Origin Story was made much better than of Burton's 1989 Original. There's not a lot of action but it's great when it's there. Sadly, this movie was overshadowed by its 1 billion dollar hit "The Dark Knight". Please give this movie more love!

Melanie M (us) wrote: Great story, great pace, loved that it was a true story. It's rare to see a movie where you are cheering for the "bad guys". And it made me miss London.

Matthew R (it) wrote: One of the worst shaw brothers films in my opinion. Action is less impressive than others and it suffers from being dull.

Terry P (us) wrote: This is about the best Andy Griffith movie I have ever seen, I think its the first Movie he ever made if I'm Correct, its a must see

Elliott B (kr) wrote: Classic Christmas movie from 1990. Still love it!

April W (ru) wrote: Should've been required viewing for everyone!

Cristbal S (mx) wrote: An strange mix between great stories and some mediocre pieces. Not as funny as I wanted it to be, nor as good.

David A (fr) wrote: (from The Watermark 11/23/96) A semi-fictional story about the famous 1969 riots which helped begin the modern gay movement, Stonewall is both thought-provoking and entertaining. A young gay midwesterner moves to Greenwich Village to be free to express his sexuality. But all he finds is a plethora of gay clubs that are constantly terrorized and raided by the police. He becomes romantically involved with a drag queen, and joins a political committee which is forming to promote equal rights for homosexuals. The organization has strict rules about conservative appearance and visibility which make him feel he must turn away from his bangled boyfriend if he wants to pursue The Cause. It is a familiar love story that puts a nice personal spin on an important piece of our history. It then adds a cute dimension of fun by punctuating the plot points with drag queens lip-synching obscure 1960's girl tunes. Not only does it stand as dramatic documentation of how far our movement has come, Stonewall is also an eye-opening reminder of how much farther we need to go, and how we will never achieve our goals without unifying our own community.