Matthesen/Hartmann: Bytte bytte købmand

Matthesen/Hartmann: Bytte bytte købmand

Anders Mattesen and Thomas Hartmann live out their experiment where they each perform jokes written by the other.

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Rahul K (au) wrote: this is one of those "uhhh WTF!" no storyline at all!, thought the movie was gonna be opening the treasure thing and getting the power to unit all but the ending was no where near it

Giovanni M (fr) wrote: Okay, I used to hate this movie. It was too cute for its own good. Orlando Bloom is still a mediocre actor and the movie is still too cute for its own good. However, Kirsten Dunst is incredibly charming in this movie and convinces you that she's a three-dimensional character instead of the epitome of Manic Pixie Dream Girl. It's refreshing to see a film with its heart placed so firmly on its sleeve that it is too dopely cute to hate.

Kathleen W (jp) wrote: Really well acted and contained. Interesting to compare to 'The Departed', but I'm not going to do that right now.

Nicolas P (ca) wrote: Sin duda de lo mas bajo de Disney y de lo ms bajo, de igual manera en westerns animados. En su momento no aportaba nada nuevo para la industria: una temtica, una historia y moralejas simples, sin sabor y si bien, y se respeta y aplaude que la Disney fuera tradicionalista con esta pelcula, no era ni aproximada lo que sus clsicas creaciones.

Kade C (br) wrote: One of the best for-all-ages Pixar movies, and one of their best movies overall. Finding Nemo has the ability to make you laugh and feel incredibly happy, and the next moment break your heart, which makes for an extremely gripping father-son tale.

Joshua B (es) wrote: I saw this movie while flipping through the chanels

Jack G (es) wrote: All Fox was missing with that lottery win were those numbers Hurley used on Lost, *then* things would get really screwy. But no, this is amazing stuff, not about homosexuality but about class and status in society as a human being. Fassbinder is also a very good actor in his own right, which helps.

Luke B (fr) wrote: Children of the Damned is a sequel to Village of the Damned. Though it contains the same super genius, psychic children, the actual plot is very different. Rather than being an eerie, disturbing horror, it is a political thriller focusing on cold war paranoia. The reason for the children being here is unclear, unlike the first film, they may be here to help. The fact that they are so advanced and so powerful automatically has them labeled as threats. It's a punchy, well paced film, but also one that prefers it's message over it's story. A more even balance would have been welcome. It's a thinker of a film but one that could learn a lot from it's superior predecessor.

Bruce B (de) wrote: This movie followed most of the other center of the earth movies, but its not all that bad, children would enjoy, also an adult with nothing else to do like myself. This came in a dual pack from MGM Midnite Movies. It took me a while to figure out that Peter Cushing was Dr. Abner Perry as it appeared he lost a lot of weight from my memory of him. The beautiful girl was Caroline Munro who played Princess Dia, This movie was filmed in 1976, little did we know then that a Real Princess Diana would come along. Movie was filled with flying creatures in rubber suites, men who were the slaves of the rubber suited creatures and they reminded me of the plant of the apes early years. Our hero Doug McClure fights off monsters, fire lava, bad guys, wicked looking bird beaked monsters and in the end loses Princess Dia as she wants to stay in her world and not travel to his, myself I would have told the Doctor to go home without me as long as little Princess Dia agreed to cook and clean the cave. Modern day Sci-Fi Buffs would have a hard time enjoying this one, but if your in to the ole school Sci-Fi and Fantasy then Give it a try. Its not the worst film out there so 3 stars and its in my collection

Galvy F (br) wrote: When life out here is always fast when what we do is move fast and work fast when we work as a large team. When we see life here has to be ready gor all challenges we face to be faster then our competition humans. When we see our life right in front of our eyes to see things slowly when reality conflicts with dreams. When we see life all have a purpose that keeps the hive system moving fast when we are all assigned a duty. When we rather fly fast with other bees we see are more like us. When jobs are going fast when some people are happy with their job, that we need to pick something. When others don't see us as anything else but what job is assigned to us to soar past what slows us down and reach new heights where the sky is blue and there is much more then meet the eye. When we see an intricate system of what gives us the stuff we need, we see we are dealing with super smart fast bees that know how nature works. What what we don't see or don't know could slow us down aswell our team when we drift and go places we are not supposed to go. When what we don't know could do more then slow us but kill us. When we see some people take the time to understand us when we both have busy fast life's but don't ever have the time or ever get long. When somethings we don't know we naturally see ourselves slow and admire fast things whom take the time to know us and be-friend. When we see we move fast with some people when we naturally click and get along. When we can't see why somethings why our mind us slow and nor open to the thought. When life moves fast that we naturally move with it or against it. When we think we found that someone yo spend our life with we move fast. When life presents it's challenges in whom we accept around we see others slow to close and put and end to such company. When we see there are companies that exploit or make their own branded honeys we see others move faster then we do. When we need to see clearly to better our vision to move forward. When we need to see and end of such injustice to slow those on their tracks. When we see we are faster then we look when we put 2 and 2 together faster when we have a lead. When we see somethings are bigger then it looks when we see how fast how others can exploit somethings that are slow, dumb and weak. When we see that we need to make others see that we are slow when we are the one's being shut off from the world. When we see that our world is faster then meets the eye when we have similar world's when we are world's apart. When somethings we see that lasts the test of time and open to everyone faster or slow when the law weights in. When we see others are smooth fast talkers that doesn't imply to us when we are bees and others are humans. When we see that life has their misunderstandings, unclarity, injustices that we don't see but need to see when the law doesn't like to be slow when injustices reign over the world. When we see we are slow when anyone can make a mistake and life is full of them when somethings out wit us with how fast they know us & life they exploit. When we see how fat we are when there is no mistake when life are going on living a lie, exploited and taken for granted that we take a stand. When we see we move fast when somethings we never saw we were doing we do now when we give those the life they wish and deserve. When what we see makes us slow when we font know the consequences of our actions to see our views are too an injustice to people's livlihood when they help life move fast with it and us around. When we see we got to move fast to make other things grow fast and back to normal. When we see we are slowed down and side tracked to need help fast by unluckily source of bee power. When we see some plans we work out fast and last minute do work out with fast acting workers that want what we like to see. When life has its purpose and others see we are fast and ready for what we didn't see before. When we see life is well balanced when we all move at the same speed together.

Lawrence B (nl) wrote: ?Tom Cruise leads a distinguised cast in Bryan Singer's engrossing dramatisation of the events surrounding an attempted assisination of Hitler and end to Nazi rule by a group of rebellious German officeirs. A rarely-told tale worth catching.

Scrapisfun C (es) wrote: wonderful performance of Michelle Williams and a very nice story

Arthur R (nl) wrote: An honest look at the life of a music icon, flawed and troubled, delving just deep enough into her personal demons and inadequacy to paint a vivid picture of a genius and tormented soul looking for acceptance. Complex and beautiful, much like its brilliant subject...