In the Sweet Pie and Pie
The stooges are convicts about to be executed for some murders they didn't commit. The day before the execution they are tricked into marrying three rich girls who need husbands to collect a legacy. At the last minute the real murderers confess and the stooges are pardoned. The girls are now stuck with the stooges so they plot to get rid of them by making them become gentlemen. The girl's lawyer convinces them to throw a big party in the hope that the stooges will humiliate them and they can get a divorce. The boys do just that as the party degenerates into a wild pie fight. But the girls decide to keep the stooges and give their lawyer the boot.
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(es) wrote: Although I love the Phantom of the Opera I put off watching it because somehow the idea of watching a stage play as a movie didn't mesh well in my mind. I was pleasantly surprised from the very beginning with the soundtrack and the way that the camera angles were able to sometimes focus in where you sometimes forget it's a stage play. (For those who say that he was a grown man the whole time he mentored her I don't believe that was true, he was older than her which made him seem to her like an angel or father) I found myself several times wishing it was the movie version...it's just so hard to recreate on stage. And oh why does the phantom's hair magically disappear in the ending sequence? Removing a face mask doesn't remove hair. That aside, I never cried watching the movie and oh, during this one I did. Really solid performance, if you're a fan of the story you won't be disappointed with this- truly a fantastic stage play.
(ca) wrote: This movie had potential with a great cast of comedy actors but unfortunately the poor writing and absurd plot drove it straight into the ground. Johnny Knoxville is usually always funny, but in Nature Calls his character is a jerk and the laughs from him all fell flat. They tried to bring a sentimental story in with a son trying to take his dying father out on one last camp out with the Boy Scout troop but it never developed into much. There were so many odd things about the film that it completely made me lose interest after each one. Nothing seemed to work out right, not the comedy, the story or the whole point of the movie and this one is better left unwatched.
(ru) wrote: A slow build of unnerving predicaments.
(mx) wrote: it a is really good it is funny and the characters are great
(ag) wrote: A story of forbidden love, ala Romeo and Juliet, told in the context of the Arab-Israeli conflict. Call it West Bank Story, even though the action takes place in Gaza. (Poetic license.) Childhood friends are reunited as young adults and love blossoms. Heartbreaking story, with the austere beauty of the Israeli countryside as a backdrop. However the dialog seemed stilted and the story held few surprises. One wonders how peace can ever come between people who hate each other so much that honor comes before love and family ties and where the simplest choice is dictated by a society that cannot accept outsiders. Adrian Pasdar, as Ben, is adequate, but Cecilia Peck, as Laila, stands out as the ethereal beauty who enchants him. Hard to watch mainly because one knows it cannot end well. One only wishes for a little bit more polish in the production.
(es) wrote: Agrablement surpris de ce film! Je pensais que c'tait une petite comdie qubcoise ordinaire, mais ce n'est pas seulement cela. Le film est profond, intelligent et trs bien fait. Il nous plonge dans un univers assez unique et passionnant avec des personnages attachants et biens construits. Un film malheureusement trop sous-estim.
(ru) wrote: I liked it for the gymnastics.There was other stuff in the movie but really, who noticed?
(nl) wrote: Just as vile and repulsive as you'd expect a film about two sociopathic sexual deviants to be, made even more repugnant due to the fact it's been done psuedo-snuff style shot on hand-held video by one of the sadists featured in the movie who you never actually see. It's actually a very well made film for what it is and definitely achieved a sense of realism. If you fail to tap into the realistic nature then you'll likely be bored and disappointed as there isn't a great deal of gore or endless scenes of violence to hold the attention of those expecting a killathon type film. It's sick no doubt, but without resorting to OTT effects. I find very few things these days that shock but this one did more than most. Not a film for everyone, it now seems trendy these days for horror fans to hate on it without actually seeing it.
(nl) wrote: A little far fetched, but not the wost movie I have ever seen.
(us) wrote: I loved this movie. I don't know that much about hydroplane racing, but it was about my homestate. I love that area and many special times in my life have been spent surrounding the river. This was a great movie with great caracters about a great place!
(us) wrote: In a way you might say that my gayness grew up with this film. I first saw it not long after it was released in Belgium, when I was around 14 or 15, still in the closet, but not harbouring any illusions about my own sexuality. Weirdly enough I saw it with my family, and I mostly remember my mother complaining to my dad how inappropriate the film was, whilst he and my little brother laughed like maniacs at the easy? jokes. But I also remember being thoroughly fascinated, and it turned out to be one of those films I would remember in vivid detail years later when I saw it a second time. It also cemented my admiration for Lara Flynn Boyle who had a) a totally cool sounding triple name thing going in (I seem to have a fetish for this, as I in time also fell hard for Sarah Michelle Gellar, Courtney Thorne-Smith, Jamie Lee Curtis, Neil Patrick Harris, Helena Bonham Carter, and so on); b) starred in Twin Peaks, at that point the most intriguing, incomprehensible, totally awesome show I had ever seen; and last but not least c) fucked two guys, first taking turns and then at the same time. I may have missed some of the subtleties of the story, but I definitely got that Lara was a bad-ass bitch.It was about a year after coming out that I saw the film again, and as I mentioned, I was surprised at how much I remembered from the film. I was also surprised at how much sub-text I had missed at the time. Lara was still a bad-ass bitch though, so my enjoyment of this quirky piece of cinema continued on undaunted.Another four years or so later I saw it a third time. I was volunteering for a LGBT youth group at the time (not realising yet that I would end up devoting all my spare time to this group for quite a number of years, in some capacity or other) and I had to prepare a gay themed film activity. Basically showing clips from films, discussing and recommending stuff. There were really only two films I wholeheartedly recommended at the time: Better Than Chocolate and of course, the subject of this review. It was during this activity that I was confronted for the first time with the astonishing fact that NOT everyone liked this film. As a matter of fact, quite a few people seemed to find it rather dull. Despite this sobering experience I insisted on including the film again several years later when I had to head a similar workshop at a LGBT camp for teenagers, where I was one of the organizing crew. Again I was confronted with several philistines who did not appreciate the brilliance of this film, but this time I was gratified with at least some who shared my liking of the very first gay? film I ever saw.And now I watched it again with my room-mate, who happens to love it, more than I do even. And even after all these years, it still comes close to enchanting me. Of course, now I know that at the time of its release it was almost universally panned by critics, receiving some very harsh reviews. I also know that it was not much of a success commercially either. And that the Baldwin brother who played open-minded straight dude Stuart has since become a Born Again Christian and denounced the film, lamenting his participation in it. I also know that I still think he never again did any kind of acting that came close to being as good as he did here. I know that Josh Charles is a talented actor who started with a bit part in John Waters(TM) Hairspray, then became a bankable young actor with Dead Poets Society & Don(TM)t tell mom the babysitter(TM)s dead, before this film became partially responsible for halting the rise of his career. I know that, talented though he may be, I really only like Josh Charles in this film.Most importantly, I know that Lara is still a bad-ass bitch.
(gb) wrote: A solid classic Bond film
(ag) wrote: didn't think i'd like this but i actually enjoyed this family fest where everything that could go wrong can & does with funny results.
(ru) wrote: A damn attractive and focused movie, the Coens nimbly play off of the noir genre, which works both as a fascinating drama and an amusing comedy.
(jp) wrote: What I got to say about "Paranormal Activity" is one of the most scariest found footage horror movie I have ever seen. "It's hand down terrifying, spine-tingling chills and jaw dropping!" The performances by the two leads are felt so real and authentic. The directing and screenplay by Oren Peli is perfection. The cinematography in this was pretty good. The chronography is good. The score is spooky good. Finally, the effects are really great. "I'm raving that "Paranormal Activity" is a relentless suspenseful, independent tale of supernatural horror that will have you on the edge of your seat plus gasping for air! - A definitely must see film!"
(jp) wrote: Finally made it through this movie on my third attempt over three decades. Wanted to see if my impressions would have changed after more life experience, but my first impressions hold that this movie is highly overrated. It takes an hour for a true dialog to begin and the long monologue that precedes it is quite boring. Andre's shallow trivialities presented as seminal experiences are tedious. Everyday angst of middle-class New Yorkers is weighted with the trauma of the holocaust and Third World poverty in bemoaning the human condition. Woody Allen does these "we're privileged but make ourselves unhappy" conversations with more wit and resonance.