Love at First Bite

Love at First Bite

The stooges reminisce about the girls they met overseas while in the military. As they wait for the girls' ship to arrive, they get drunk and Shemp winds up asleep with his feet in a tub of cement. After sobering up, they free Shemp with a dynamite blast that lands them at the dock where their sweethearts are waiting.

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Munir H (nl) wrote: David Grohl abuses his celebrity status to write a passionate love song about one of the most important pieces of gear in recent music history, and gets every one from Mick Fleetwood and Rick Springstein to Paul McCartney himself to sing along. But more importantly, I think it brings up an interesting question: What makes a rockstar a rockstar? When you see Paul McCartney rocking out with Nirvana as just another band member passionately improvising a song, taking and giving suggestions as an equal and just bluntly rocking out, you down right feel humbled. Its not about the fame, or even the mythology surrounding him(or them really), but about his talent, his passion, but most of all, by his moderate demeanour. From what I saw, at least for that session, he was just a guy rocking a Cigar Box 5 string guitar, doing what he loves. And that my friends, is a bloody Rockstar! A must watch for any Rock music lover.

Chris G (it) wrote: Not a bad off beat comedy from Aus. Not all with it office worker finds his dream nutter.

Steven L (ru) wrote: Lies, lies and more lies keep the viewer guessing (and frustrated) as this mystery unfolds.Try to watch it with someone from Iran (or at least discuss it afterward with that person) to gain a fuller understanding of why certain things happen. Artfully created.

Bryan L (ru) wrote: kid flick...wait till blu-ray!

Kwynn P (de) wrote: I actually really enjoyed this one. A movie for people with an attention span, analytic mind, and imagination. Beautifully shot, and full of color. Though a silent film, the characters speak loudly.

Joseph H (ru) wrote: weird and funny movie.

David H (jp) wrote: Pete Kelly?s Blues and Dragnet ? Both films written by Richard Breen, and directed by Jack Webb, who also stars. [I]Pete Kelly?s Blues[/I] is about a band trying to be bought out by a producer so he can take their money, and [I]Dragnet[/I] is about a cop just trying to solve a basic case. [I]Pete Kelly?s Blues[/i] works much better as film, and is really pretty good, and while [I]Dragnet[/i] was fun, it just doesn?t work as a film, which makes sense since it started as a show, and ended as a show. Still fun though. [I]Pete Kelly?s Blues[/i]: A- [i]Dragnet[/i]: B Hard Times ? [I]Hard Times[/i] stars Charles Bronson, who looks like he?s drunk throughout the entire film, and James Coburn. Bronson is a street fighter, and Coburn is pretty much his manager, and sets him up fights and what. That?s pretty much it, and the film follows the two as they win more and more fights. It?s a really awesome film and has some great fight scenes in it. Check it out if you can get your hands on it. A Say Anything ? I?ve been catching up on my 80s films, so I finally watched this, and it was really great. Definitely the best teen romance I?ve seen. It was just so good! That?s it. A

Grant S (ca) wrote: A Western for teens.Quite clichd, unoriginal and predictable with a dialogue that is so over-the-top and gung ho that you have to think that the target demographic for this movie was teenage males.Stock-standard, linear plot that signals just about its every turn and constantly feels like a generic western. Mentor of band of young cowboys gets killed, the cowboys go after the murderers, cue many shootouts.Main cast consists of some of the brightest young stars of the time: Emilio Estevez, Charlie Sheen, Kiefer Sutherland, Lou Diamond Phillips, Dermot Mulroney. The supporting cast were where the more seasoned (and possibly, at the time, more well-known) talent was: Jack Palance, Terence Stamp, Brian Keith.

dan h (ca) wrote: Triumph of the will, and you have to see the end 'JUMP' to get the best pairing of a couple of Eddie's from the 80's ever, from driving round in a van and waiting for the hailing to stop so you can jump!!!!!!!!!!!! just turn around and jump, go ahead and jump!!!!!!!

Karl C (us) wrote: This movie and Tenacious D and the pick of destiny are two of my all time favourite comedy/musical movies.