Mr. Wacky

Mr. Wacky

In order to inherit his grandfather's fortune, an incorrigible playboy agrees to teach high school for two years in Mr. Wacky, a bland, mostly irritating comedy from newbie director Kim Dong-Wook. To its credit, the film improves considerably in its second half, but by that time, some will likely find that it's a case of too little, too late.

In order to inherit his grandfather's fortune, an incorrigible playboy agrees to teach high school for two years in Mr. Wacky, a bland, mostly irritating comedy from newbie director Kim Dong-Wook. To its credit, the film improves considerably in its second half, but by that time, some will likely find that it's a case of too little, too late. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Won C (br) wrote: Creative. Weird. Straightforward. Depressing. Thoughtful. Embarrassing. Yet forgivable. ?? ???? ? ??. ?? ???? ?? ???.

Arianna J (jp) wrote: If the terrible acting doesn't bother you, the lame storyline surely will.

Anthony B (de) wrote: Great acting carries this episodic but fascinating character study of a complex Winston Churchill.

Monic T (br) wrote: Kind of crazy on a bad way

Scott R (gb) wrote: A clever knock on NY's upper crust being so judgmental, yet so accepting. The ending was not nearly as clever, but it still manages to get the point across that our lives and values can so easily be compromised to show our true colors. A stellar cast makes us believe this story. It was funny that the odd couple was from Utah that was so gullible. It also makes me wonder how gullible am I, I am from there.I for one do not truly believe in the Six Degrees of Separation, but it would be nice to be able to make those connections.

Nicolas A (ru) wrote: You can harldy even call this a movie, the first half hour was good and funny but the rest wher just a bunch of flashbacks to the prequels, its crap, dont watch it its a ridiculous excuse for a movie

victor l (us) wrote: So-so comedy that works thanks to Jane Fonda's and Maggie Smith's terrific performances and a screenplay that was sharp and clever most of the times. Richard Pryor and Bill Cosby are unbereable: all their scenes were stupid, overperformed and unfunny. Michael Caine and Alan Alda were good vehicle that let Fonda and Smith shine. Walter Matthau played himself once again. It's a worthy film to watch after all.

Allan C (fr) wrote: This film gets some extra entertainment value by two of the leads in before-they-were-famous roles for future Oscar winners Michael Douglas and Jodie Foster. Douglas had not yet broke out in his hit TV series "The Streets of San Francisco" and this was Fosters first film appearance. It's funny to think that co-star Johnny Whitaker of "Family Affair" and "Sigmund and the Sea Monsters" was likely the most famous person in the film at the time. The story follows Whitaker and Foster traveling across the Oregon wilderness (filmed around John Day, Oregon) with their pet lion and encountering all sorts of trouble on their way to meet their reclusive beatnik grad student friend, Douglas. Ellen Corby and Will Geer also appear in the film as Whitaker's grandparents, which is kind of fun since they'd go on to play Grandma and Grandpa in "The Waltons." This film is essentially one in a long line of Disney nature films, though this one did focus more on the humans, which I think works better when a clear choice is made whether the narrative is about the people or the animals, unlike say "Charlie the Lonesome Cougar" which couldn't quite seem to make up it's mind. Not a classic, but an enjoyable family film.