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Charles M (kr) wrote: This is a great 1950s B-Movie homage/parody. The plot holes are absolutely intentional, as is the sometimes goofy, cliche ridden dialogue. The musical bits are Grease meets Rocky Horror show tunes, not intended to be authentic to the mid century period this picture is (may be?) set in. The visual quality is warm and striking (shot on actual film) and the winks and tongue in cheek nudges are endearing. A great, fun, '50s/60s/'70s B-Movie mash up that fans of John Waters, Ed Wood, Screamin' Lord Sutch,The Cramps and Roger Corman should love. I know that I do!
Sol C (fr) wrote: The film wasn't bad, but it wasn't great either. Triple H is trying to do what action stars have done before, a family film. Like when Arnold did Kindergarten Cop, Diesel did The Pacifier, and The Rock did The Game Plan. Those films were better than this one. They had a good idea for a film here but they didn't execute it correctly. I was expecting better from director Stephen Herek. The tone of the film is off. Some the jokes fall flat. A lot of the supporting cast is miscast.Triple H does the best that he can with what he has to work with. I still like him in Blade Trinity. Ariel Winter was good as his daughter and they have a great on screen chemistry. Yeardley Smith (Lisa Simpson) steals this film.
Steven L (ru) wrote: Good stuff to chew on (that's my phrase for 'good movie'). I agree with most of the Rotten Tomatoes' reviewers. The movie-making is top-notch, the emotions are deep, and overall result is maddening (good and bad).
Raven D (de) wrote: Technicolor vomit. Watching it again right now as I write this. Anyone who likes this is a bastard.
kerry s (de) wrote: was ok nothing special
Wesley W (fr) wrote: I actually enjoyed this movie and it ended up being a guilty pleasure for me. Not as bad as critics say it is.
Allan C (ca) wrote: Pretty awful 1980s graduate rip-off is only worth watching for gawking at quite a few before-they-were-stars, which includes Rob Lowe, Andrew McCarthy, John Cusack, Alan Ruck, Virginia Madsen, Casey Siemaszko, Joan Cusack and Lolita Davidovich. Jacqueline Bisset was kind of a star at the time and also appears. The quite unfunny film was written by David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf who would go on to work on much better things including "Grimm," "Angel" and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." There is, however, a good score by Elmer Bernstein while he was pigeonholed as a comedy film composer.
Carter M (fr) wrote: Hayworth's Beauty and Astaire's charm blend beautifully in this nostalgic love story, accompanied by the music of Jerome Kern. Takes you in as a viewer and creates a surreal fantasy.
Dawn T (jp) wrote: Left out details from the book that would've made it more interesting... The ending is different as well...
Jacob F (nl) wrote: Very enjoyable comedy, can be very violent