Inspector Palmu's Error

Inspector Palmu's Error

A closed room mystery begins when an infamous tycoon is found dead in his bath tub. The famous police lieutenant Palmu is summoned to investigate.

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Chuck R (es) wrote: Brilliant, I don't care what the other critics say. The plot is funny, inventive, original, witty, and just unpredictable enough to keep your interest. Don't read any plot summaries before watching this movie. They'll ruin it for you.

Albert M (kr) wrote: Looking for all the inspiration I can get

Jun C (us) wrote: that hottest girl, whatever her name is, was in the movie.. so I gave it four stars

Dave Y (ru) wrote: so much fun to watch.

MooCow M (au) wrote: [center][font=Comic Sans MS][b][u][size=4]Reptilicus (1961)[/size][/u][/b] :rotten: :rotten: :rotten: :( :eek: :eek: :D [/font][/center][font=Comic Sans MS]Ahem. [/font][font=Comic Sans MS]Yes, let's make one thing absolutely clear from the get-go: [b]Reptilicus is a sock-puppet[/b]. A rather [u]sad, obvious[/u] sock-puppet. It has glued-on snaggly teeth, tiny, [b]useless arms[/b], no legs worth mentioning, and it spews forth cheesy fx that are supposed to be flames or acid or Gouda, or something. [/font][font=Comic Sans MS]The mighty [i]Danish Armed Forces [/i](there's a laugh!) can't stop the sock, despite possessing tons of stock footage NATO tanks; the puppet chases hundreds of local extras hither and yon, across drawbridges and through the lovely cobblestoned streets of Copenhagen. They look back, point, and scream in terror over...a sock puppet.[/font][font=Comic Sans MS]The Sock is an amazing critter: it has the magical ability to instantly hid itself completely behind barns, rocks, houses, rabbits, or whatever happens to be around. Barely-off-camera strings manage to make it gamble gayly through the streets of Denmark's capitol (which suspisciously like a model), and no amount of stock footage tanks or screaming, pointing Dames can seem to stop its horrific onslaught.[/font][font=Comic Sans MS][/font] [font=Comic Sans MS]Actually, [b]Reptilicus[/b] is the silliest, moost laughable excuse for a monster that the MooCow has seen in a while, possibly even rivaling the giant wooden puppet-bird in [b]Giant Claw[/b], or the giant evil pickle from [b]It Conquered the World[/b]. [/font][font=Comic Sans MS][/font] [font=Comic Sans MS]I know, I know, the ads bill [b]Reptilicus[/b] as the "Danish Godzilla", but honestly, it looks like a sad reject from the old "[i]Kukla, Fran, and Ollie [/i]" kiddie puppet show, except not nearly as scary. Believe the MooCow - yer gonna laugh yer spots off when you see this sad, mangy sock kick the stuffing out of Denmark.[/font][font=Comic Sans MS][/font] [font=Comic Sans MS]Unfortunately, the scenes without the sock grind on and on - no offense to our Danish cousins but this moovie portrays the Danes as a stodgy, humorless bunch of cheeseheads. What passes for humor is a single dopey Dane, Peterson the night watchman (Dirch Passer - he starred in a bunch of Danish moovies that the MooCow cannot pronounce). The aforesaid comedy includes Paterson watching germs on his sandwhich crawl around, and seeing him stick his huge, meaty hands inside an electric eel tank. "Yep, everything here is electric", says Peterson, dead-panned.[/font][font=Comic Sans MS]Yeah. If you find that funny, the MooCow has a few hundred acres of swampland to sell you real cheap. :=8P[/font][font=Comic Sans MS][/font] [font=Comic Sans MS]Reptilicus was directed by Sid Pink, who brought more mooments of shame and pain as a director, including [b]Journey to the Seventh Planet [/b]and[b] I was a Burlesque Queen[/b]; as a producer he unpchucked such wretched piffle as [b]Bwana Devil[/b], [b]The Thing Without a Face[/b], and [b]Angry Red Planet[/b].[/font][font=Comic Sans MS][/font] [font=Comic Sans MS]It was [b]Reptilicus[/b] that Pink wanted to make a big splash into the monster moovie scene, and if you call a belly-slop a big splash, well then I guess ol' Pinky got what he wanted.[/font][font=Comic Sans MS][/font] [font=Comic Sans MS]If, cowever, you get [u]scared[/u] watching this wretched film, the MooCow feels very, [b]very[/b] sorry for you. MooCow says check [b]Reptilicus[/b] out, if only to prove that Danish Blue isn't the only stinky cheese to come from Denmark. [/font][font=Comic Sans MS][b][size=4];=8)[/size][/b][/font]

James O (au) wrote: Decent cast but Rene is the star. Quite a simple plot but easy to view and even if its a long film it never gets overly boring. Enjoyed even if it was pretty standard stuff.

Anton S (fr) wrote: Malick films, for the most part, are under appreciated by viewers and critics who are theologically ignorant. This one more than any other reaches the depths of our carnality & advocates forsaking. It's not Tree of Life or Thin Red Line, but certainly among his other greats.More like this, see "Shame" by Steve McQueen.Reminiscent of "Shame" by Steve McQueen.