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John B (jp) wrote: This movie was SO GOOD! For those who are not of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, this movie is still very moving and historically accurate. I feel that it is crucial that we know our ancestry and what our predecessors endured and sacrificed so that we could have the lives that we enjoy. This is a MUST SEE!
John F (ru) wrote: Mesmerising film. Very little happens in very long scenes. The tedium of modern life is forensically depicted. A film hard to explain - you get it or you don't.
Kris V (fr) wrote: Quirky New Zealand comedy that has its moments but never really decides where to go. Could have been better.
li b (br) wrote: Eloquent and moving. The two leads inhabit their characters with absolutely convincing skill. Well-composed by the director, not to be missed.
Callum S (nl) wrote: This is a strange film its really weird I dunno why I sat through it
Sexy M (ca) wrote: To be frank this movie is a shitride. However, the name made me laugh for hours on end because it reminds me of my friends mother whom I boned. I highly recommend to anybody who has fucked my friends mother.
Reniet R (gb) wrote: When I saw The Karate Kid 4 I thought I'd seen the worst movie ever made. That changed when I saw The Klumps. As a fan of the first one (not the original but the first one with Eddie Murphy) I was very excited to see the sequel. If there's one thing I hate is cheap comedy. Parodies are one thing, for instance Zoolander and the Austin Power series might be considered cheap comedy by some if they didn't understood the fact that a parody needs to be like this. But movies liek The Klumps........there's just no excuse. Extremely retarded, cheap. Simply the worst movie I've ever seen (as of today I still haven't watched "Battlefield Earth" BTW)
Jordan J (ag) wrote: This was really good
Melissa J (br) wrote: Funny and witty yet very down to earth ... this movie is all about the dialogue and interactions ...
Jonathan C (es) wrote: Groundbreaking, innovative, and supremely entertaining. My favorite film of all time.
Martin D (gb) wrote: Elvis Presley plays Scott Heyward, the son of a Texas oil millionaire in this thin storyline. Scott changes places with the poor but honest water-skiing instructor Tom Wilson (Will Hutchins) to find out if women love him for himself or his money. Tom goes to the posh penthouse previously occupied by Scott, and Scott takes over as the instructor. Scott's father Duster (James Gregory) blows a gasket when he finds out what his son is doing. Boat builder Sam Burton (Gary Merrill) talks Scott into driving his new boat in the big race. Elvis delivers 8 songs in one of the more lackluster vehicles of his 1960s film catalogue. A bevy of beauties, some exciting race scene, and glossy production all help this one across the finish line.
Frank H (ag) wrote: Possibly my earliest memory of watching a movie. Susan Hampshire's stunning beauty and gentle spirit made an impression on me for life. I saw her in Monarch of the Glen recently and she is still amazing. Parents do your children a favor and watch this with them.
Adam R (kr) wrote: (First and only viewing - 5/11/2010)
Robert W (us) wrote: Puppets and afro wigs galore! Fun, campy, saturday matinee material.
Austin G (de) wrote: An over-hyped film that ends up just being good.
Dillon L (ca) wrote: a classic still funny and fun
Christopher N (kr) wrote: She looked like she smelled really bad throughout the entire movie.