Men O'War

Men O'War

Sailors Stan and Ollie offer to buy sodas for two women they meet in a park, even though they are short on cash. Luckily Stan wins the jackpot on a slot machine and the boys have enough money to rent a boat to cruise on a lake. They soon tangle with other boaters and everyone ends up in the water.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:20 minutes
  • Release:1929
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:farce,   park,   slapstick,  

Two sailors on leave, Stanley and Oliver meet two girls at a park and invite them to have a soda. Unfortunately, the boys have only enough money to split theirs, a point which Oliver can't ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Men O'War torrent reviews

Kace C (fr) wrote: The Missing Picture [Cambodia, 2013] I guess the fascination I have with this film will last forever. 10/10

Alexander P (de) wrote: Chloe Grace Moretz dazzles and shows her talent once again. However, the story feels a bit disjointed. It's not the next "Ghost" and isn't really tear worthy but does contain what a successful teen romance film needs.

Iw S (ca) wrote: Jak zwykle - raz obejrzysz wydanie rozszerzone i wydanie podstawowe nie bedzie mialo sensu...

Bruce B (ag) wrote: This is my first Puppet Master film, and even thought the third in a series; I must say it's pretty enjoyable. As most people are have a phobia of clowns I enjoy them, more teeth the merrier I always say, also the collection of Puppet master toys is pretty cool also. But when you have someone playing the Dad Part have him be the correct age of part being played. More of a Teen horror type movie, in line with the Freddie series. Its worth 3 1/2 stars

Marissa W (br) wrote: This movie is all killing Japs with knives in holes and men with awkward faces marching from party to party.

Alejandro R (mx) wrote: Finally caught the show 10 years late, but see why I acquired its cult following. This film was very enjoyable. Probably more for sce-fi fans, but I think it can suit the more general action adventure seekers also.

Joseph R (es) wrote: takes a lot of plot elements from famous american movies and effectively rolls 'em into one plot.

Trinity C (fr) wrote: This is a good movie

Anthony M (ru) wrote: Some pacing issues. Honestly wish he had gone for a pg-13. Still, it's a Pauly Shore movie that actually makes me want to see more Pauly Shore movies.

adam B (au) wrote: Very good movie, with many curiosities, Brad Dourif one crazy and directed with originality.

Will M (ag) wrote: Its rather graphic and at times hard to watch, but Man Bites Dog is still entertaining, acting like a sort-of found-footage version of American Psycho. It is evenly paced, and its thrills are enough to keep you watching.

Tanner B (fr) wrote: -IGNORE THIS "OUT OF FIVE" RATING2.5/4Slowly paced but imaginatively conceived feature film of popular TV series. The crew of the Starship Enterprise locates a mysterious power in the far reaches of space. First-rate special effects and beautiful Jerry Goldsmith score throughout. Talky and derivative of 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY, but still fun to watch. Followed by many sequels.

Mark G (au) wrote: As English as fish and chips. And the one where Babs, busty boobs fall out. Camp innuendo was never as deftly handled as this little sortie down late 60's suburbia. In a way as much a comment on 60's England as the Beatles. A defining moment in the Carry on canon, not the best that would go to Kyber, Screaming, and Cleo. But still rather fruity after all these years.

Lisa B (ca) wrote: Absolutely loved it, and loved the message it had too. Life truly is about the journey, not about what's waiting at the finish line. Blink to quickly and you'll find that life has already passed you by.

Dyron W (ru) wrote: Think Like A Man rises slightly above being a predictable and fluffy battle of the sexes comedy due to the committed and hilarious ensemble cast.

Josh A (kr) wrote: Some of the stories work better than others, and the interweaving of the tales can seem a little forced, but it is clever and twisted enough to be a solid entry into the Christmas horror sub-genre.