When an army general's grand children are orphaned, he is forced to adopt them. The movie follows the story of the children as they learn the reason for their parents' death and warm up to their grand father.
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Matt D (nl) wrote: Adorably sweet documentary about the woman who acted as The Beatles' secretary and president of their fan club. Having previously been extremely shy and reluctant to talk about her experiences with the band, this film acts as a record for her grandchildren to know about her rock and roll early days. Those hoping for salacious new details and stories about the band though will be disappointed. Freda holds true to her honor toward the band by not kissing and telling on anything. Some may find this obnoxious but its actually what makes her story and this film so charming. Fellow Beatles fans should not miss it!
Evan P (kr) wrote: I had to watch this as part of my university module, never did I expect to enjoy this movie so much. Exciting, suspenseful and heartwarming, the music takes the place of the dialogues and speaks volumes of a man's love for his craft. <3
Cassandra M (kr) wrote: Black Belly of the Tarantula is both a great thriller in its own right and surely one of the best entries in the Giallo cycle. The film is reminiscent of several like it, but this one is the most cerebral and most sadistic Giallo I've seen. The modus operandi of the killer at the centre of the story involves jabbing his victim with a poison laced needle which induces paralysis. He then proceeds to gut them while they're still alive and unable to do anything about it! Director Paolo Cavara seems to realise just how malicious this plot is, and so the film is not gratuitous. The reliance on the idea behind the murders is far more shocking than any amount of gore; so it doesn't matter that there isn't a lot of the red stuff. Typically, the film works from an extremely convoluted plot which sees a woman, who is also a member of a private health club, become the victim of blackmail. Around the same time; dead bodies start piling up and our hero; an insecure police detective by the name of Tellini learns that the murders are done in the style of the black wasp killing a tarantula...As ever with Giallo, the film isn't particularly easy to follow; as there's so much going on that it's easy to miss one or two key plot elements. This is, however, far better than having too little going on and unlike many Giallo's, at least this one mostly resolves everything by the conclusion. There's a very potent stream of sleaze running throughout the film also; as if the killer's methods weren't enough on their own. The film features plenty of sex, and it will please some to learn that many of the murders are depicted with the female victim in the nude. The murder scenes themselves are well orchestrated, and director Paolo Cavara delights in showing us the gentle way that the paralysis needle slips into the victims' necks before having their stomachs ripped open with a hunting knife. The cinematography is superb, and it's safe to say that Black Belly of the Tarantula is one of the better looking Giallo films out there. The locations bode well with the film's style, and scenes that take place on a rooftop and in a luxury swimming pool provide visual treats. Overall, I don't hesitate to name Black Belly of the Tarantula as one of the best Giallo's that I've seen and it comes highly recommended!
Aj V (fr) wrote: The best comedy about racial stereotyping I've ever seen! If the subject of Black actors in Hollywood interests you, I highly recommend this movie. If not I still recommend this movie, it's hilarious!