In a move to make his partner, Renato, jealous, the flamboyant Albin waits in a local cafe - dressed as a woman - hoping to be picked up. But Albin gets more than he bargains for when the fly he catches in his web is actually a spy, who uses him as an unwitting courier of secret microfilm. Now on the run from ruthless agents, Albin and Renato flee to Italy where they attempt to hide out on a farm, with Albin posing as Renato's wife. Can Albin escape the deadly pursuit of these relentless spies or does he have to sustain this charade - as a woman - forever?
Writer:Jean Poiret (characters), Jean Poiret (story), Francis Veber (screenplay), Marcello Danon (screenplay), Jean Poiret (screenplay), Francis Veber (dialo
Sequel to La Cage aux folles has homosexual nightclub owner Renato and his transvesitite companion/lover Albin becoming involved with the local cops and foreign spies when Albin unwittingly... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Patrick L (ag) wrote: Lou is a sweet, unusual film about Lou, her two younger sisters and her mom, having been abandoned by Lou's father and being left in debt. A grandfather who has alzheimer's comes to stay with them and Lou grows to love him, he apparently mistaking her for someone he loves. Their relationship is never that close to incestuous though he does give her a ring and they talk of loving each other. The two run away together but return and the grandfather goes away. 10/10
Marc T (de) wrote: Misconceptions is a well acted, socially relevant, good natured yarn-- and a lot of fun. It has a Preston Sturges-type of plot with improbable situations and likable characters who have unusual and life-changing experiences. It has a great pace,and mixes humor, affection and pathos. The sold-out audience "got it" and laughed out loud at the humor. The actors resonated with each other in ensemble fashion. You care about the characters and they will stay with you after the film ends. We need more honest low-budget films like this. You should try to catch it during its limited release (I think it plays for one week in just a few major cities)."
angela c (it) wrote: very hilliarious movie have you roling on the floor
pita (mx) wrote: The outcome of this story bothered me.
Matt R (ru) wrote: certainly entertaining from a bad movie standpoint.
Sam M (it) wrote: Pretty engaging story and film. On rewatch it's actually pretty underrated, at least if you want to see a Woody/Penn film, with some Uma.
monsieur r (mx) wrote: This is truely a great move away from the usual for Brooks. Brooks has instead made the ideal comedy-tradgedy for our time. At one moment theres a laugh, then theres drama, then theres sadness, and back again. Mel Brooks stars in, directs, screenplays, writes this story about a bet made only by the weathy against the wealthy. An unconventional comedy of almost non-stop humor. Mel Brooks plays a billionaire who, on a bet, takes to the L.A. streets for one month and ends up with the education of a lifetime. If not for Mel Brooks, I would have written this fantasy-comedy-drama off as a joke. But Brooks turns the tables on us as he sheds light on the plight of the homeless and what they endure while we watch in and pay for a nice theatrical experience. Brooks complains that life stinks because without money it really does stink, literally and figuratively. Well done Mr. Brooks. Cast Mel Brooks (as the bet making billionaire) Howard Morris Jeffrey Tambor Lesley Ann Warren (as a homeless dancer and divorcee) Crew Director: Mel Brooks Producer: Mel Brooks Screenplay: Mel Brooks Story by: Mel Brooks Screenplay: Rudy De Luca Story by: Rudy De Luca Story by: Ron Clark Screenplay: Steve Haberman Story by: Steve Haberman Associate Producer: Kim Kurumada Production Designer: Peter S. Larkin Costume Designer: Mary Malin Composer: John Morris Editor: David Rawlins Cinematographer: Steven B. Poster Executive Producer: Ezra Swerdlow
Michael S (br) wrote: A truely magical film about the real Alice in Wonderland with the role of a lifetime for Coral Browne and a fine support performance by Ian Holm.
Zach M (au) wrote: It took awhile for me to see this blaxploitation film because I had high expectations for it. Cleopatra Jones is a very fun blaxploitation film that is far from perfect but is so enjoyable that I can over look the flaws. Tamara Dobson is great as Cleopatra Jones, the kung-fuing badass who will take on everybody from dirty cops to white drug dealers like Shelley Winters. Shelley Winters helped give this movie some of it's fun by being a great drug dealer that had lots of comedy to her.
Matt W (mx) wrote: One of the 5 best sneaky good movies of the past few years...
Joshua L (kr) wrote: This movie made me jump more than once but I just didn't get it.
AJ R (nl) wrote: No Lie! This was actually cool.
Bill M (ca) wrote: Daft and somewhat slow, but Squirm is still quite a bit of fun, especially if, like me, your a sucker for creature feature B-movies. There's certainly not anywhere near enough wormy action ("ahem") and no way is there the sort of level of gross gore i would have liked, in fact only one person gets properly eaten out on screen ("ahem") and everything takes fucking ages to happen, there are even points where you forget there are killer worms in it! but it's surprisingly well made and even decently acted, and the story goes off into unexpected routes (a murder mystery!) and i have to be honest, worms make my mind all bendy with clammy horror (no eyes! where are their eyes?!!!) and there are some gut churningly nightmarish scenes of real worms, those big screaming worm close-ups at the beginning, i couldn't watch.
Filipe C (us) wrote: If you want a girl to like you, take her to see this movie. By the end, you'll be acting out the pie scene, you'll want to fall in love, you'll want to go on an adventure together... you'll want to be Clarence and Alabama. Easily one of the best romantic comedies of all-time