Australia’s Answer to “Family Guy” But Wronger! Little Johnny jokes have been around for decades, passed down from generation to generation and from friend to friend but the origins of these jokes has been a mystery, until now… ‘Little Johnny The Movie’ celebrates the wrongest jokes ever told. It‘s a coming of age story that’s brimming with irreverent humour, larger-than-life characters, and crackling action to boot! It will remind you of the great cartoons of yesteryear — but on steroids! ‘Little Johnny The Movie’ reveals for the first time a feisty little rascal whose antics always land him in trouble with sidesplitting results giving rise to the legend, the legend of Little Johnny.
The movie explores the dysfunctional childhood of Little Johny, the mischievous little ginger whose name has launched 1000 jokes that are the wrongest ones ever told. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Leong C (us) wrote: Funny and touching world of improv... great effort by the underated talented cast..
Adrian S (jp) wrote: In this bittersweet rendition of growing old and losing one's memories, Ignacio Ferrerras proves he's a master of dry humor. By smartly putting the audience in the shoes of a dementia patient, Ferrerras manages to get our empathy.
Cha t (ag) wrote: I saw this last night. The president of Bolivia has organized the coca leaf growers into a union and got himself elected as president. This is a very eye-opening look at the people on the other side of the drug cartels, the indians that grow it and their point of view.
James C (es) wrote: I love the director, Nicolas Winding Refn, and I have loved all of his movies, except for this one. This film is VERY confusing and doesn't resolve a single thing. The cinematography is excellent however and John Turturro is captivating the only problem here is you have no clue what your watching the entire film and you wait for a big payoff with a twist ending that never happens. If you dig VERY deep into the film and piece things together you can figure out sort of what has occured but you never will actually know for sure because there is no onscreen explanation or resolve.
Kimberly E (br) wrote: I forgot how cute and cheezy this was. Watched it once or twice as a kid. Good to see it again. Love the excessive...well...everything. It was the eighties after all. :)
Jeremiah F (it) wrote: First time I watched a movie and at the end still had no idea what was going on.
Matthew S (br) wrote: If I could, I would rate this film 10 stars -- but that is not an option on Rotten Tomatoes. It is my opinion that this is one of the best films ever to emerge from American cinema. Gordon Willis' cinematography is magical.
Rick R (br) wrote: Adventure (1945)"Gable's back and Garson's got him!" That's what MGM's advertising guys cooked up to spark interest in this movie. Unfortunately, the movie didn't deliver quite as well as everyone expected. Still, it's not that bad of a movie. This was Clark Gable's first movie after doing his active duty in Europe. Greer Garson acting career was in full gear after her academy award-winning "Mrs. Miniver". And of course a great director like Victor Fleming. So you would think that "Adventure" would be an automatic great movie.Gable plays his trademarked rough, tough, and rakish womanizer (who only needs the love of a good woman to change his bad ways), Harry Patterson. This time he's a bosun merchant marine, loving his free, easy, and adventurous lifestyle of the sea. Garson plays Emily Sears a cultured librarian who wants to settle down. And, Thomas Mitchell plays Mudgin, one of Harry's Irish shipmates who, while not going to any church, is a bit of a confused religious nut. Their boat gets torpedoed by a Japanese sub, and Mudgin makes a bargain with God. After falling back on old habits and braking his bargain, Mudgin felt that he lost his soul. There's not that much chemistry between Harry and Emily. Harry was obviously much more compatible with Joan Blondell's wilder Helen Melohn character, but the love affair between Harry and Emily had to somewhat work for the sake of the whole plot.
Kayla C (us) wrote: ALL TIME FAV MOVIE!!!!! Now i just need to own it on DVD lmmfao! LOVE THIS FUCKIN MOVIE TO THE GRAVE N BACK!
Josh G (us) wrote: Chaotic and frightening. This Maysles brothers film about the Rolling Stones' disastrous concert at Altamont is one of the best documentaries i have ever seen.
Federico F (fr) wrote: A classic Tarantino filmography, introducing a dark humor of monologues and crazy scenes thrilling produced by very talented actors
Michael H (br) wrote: awesome plot, shitty story.
Joann B (fr) wrote: I just like Colin Farell, he plays a good roll.