Clyde was in a rut. Overworked and underpaid, he was struggling to make ends meet and starting to feel like a failure. But a new day has arrived for Clyde at Redmond's Furniture and with the help of a few of his ex-con, womanizing and boozing co-workers, Clyde is ready to take on his neurotic boss and whatever else stands in his way.
- Stars:Gabriel Hogan, Don Bottomley, Bill Carr, Gerry Dee, Victor Garber, Jonny Harris, Cathy Jones, Brianna MacDonald, Shauna MacDonald, Gabrielle Miller, Charles Q. Murphy, Jordan Poole, David Rossetti, Will Sasso,
- Director:Mike Clattenburg,
- Writer:Mike Clattenburg (screenplay), Mike O'Neill
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Moving Day torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: In a world - populated by reverse zombies, who will instantly die from torso wounds, but remain completely unaffected by multiple headshots - you will be confused, and disappointed.
(it) wrote: not as good as last one
(mx) wrote: Gotta love Sean Bean....but the rest of the cast did not shine and the story line could have been better.
(br) wrote: I've seen some pretty bad vampire movies..but I think this one tops them all
(mx) wrote: An honest and powerful documentary on the fighting career of Mohamed Ali as told by his opponents. Greatest boxer there ever was.
(de) wrote: The only thing interesting and creative was the boar in the last 10 minutes of the movie's climax. Awful over all.
(br) wrote: In spite of a high profile star cast( Rock Hudson, Patrick McGoohan, Ernest Borgnine, Jim Brown) and some great submarine shoots, the movie really fails to engage much. Alistair Maclean's novel was an excellent thriller, that managed to keep the tension till the end, the movie on the other hand, just keeps meandering especially in the 2nd half, to a climax that really does not make much sense.
(mx) wrote: Heston and Olivier as Gordon and the Mahdi play out a sort of Victorian equivalent to Richard the Lionheart and Saladin in this look at Gordon's ill-fated mission to Khartoum. Reasonably accurate depiction of Gordon's final moments. Olivier's performance just barely manages to stay on this side of ridiculous, but Heston is surprisingly restrained given that the real Gordon was a truly quirky lunatic of an individual. Still, a fascinating film with a remarkable supporting cast. Ralph Richardson as Gladstone is a treat!
(de) wrote: all star cast brings tha funny
(jp) wrote: Perfect storytelling. The ultimate anti-war statement. Renoir makes it all seem so easy. Not just a war movie, this is one of the greatest prison escape films (Shawshank Redemption owes something to this classic). Whereas, most prison films seem claustrophobic, this one breathes with life and friendship. There is so much humanistic irony in this story. It attempts to unite people of differing countries; at a pivotal time where WWII was about to erupt. It was also unique to have so many different languages in a film - from French to English, Russian to German (and the Germans are portrayed as real people - not as villains). The film ultimately marks a poignant farewell to a time of class and honor; a sophisticated culture that would be eradicated due to the upcoming war. As the title suggests, the characters (and the audience) are constantly confronted with illusions. The film pulls off the veil and shows us a tragic yet humanistic truth that still manages to move audiences on a profound level.
(nl) wrote: Epic in scope but also personal in it's ideas, Master and Commander is a smart and visually amazing that never forgets the humanity in it's center - while also delivering stellar action set-pieces.
(mx) wrote: is well film, but storyline tends to go all over the place.