Mr. Wonderful

Mr. Wonderful

Electrician Gus gets the chance to fulfill a childhood dream by buying an old bowling-alley with some of his friends.

Electrician Gus gets the chance to fulfill a childhood dream by buying an old bowling-alley with some of his friends. Unfortunately| due to the alimony payments he
has to make to his ex-wife Leonora| the bank refuses to loan him the down payment. Knowing that when she marries again she loses her alimony rights| Gus tries to
speed things up by bringing Leonora together with all the potential husbands he can find. Although this approach isn't very successful| it awakens feelings in both
of them they didn't know they still had. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Pete C (us) wrote: Sorry it is a guilty pleasure.

Satya P (nl) wrote: I am becoming a fan of Ryan Reynolds. :)

Lisa Michelle A (nl) wrote: Sounds pretty interesting. I want to see it for Matt Lawrence.

Jude P (au) wrote: nothing but a wast of time

Ethan P (es) wrote: Groundhog Day is an exploration of an intriguing idea. It isn't an aesthetic experiment or a thrilling adventure. It actually looks fairly average and hum drum. Bill is stuck in small, dinky town on an overcast day and the cast is fairly average looking. The brilliance of the film is rooted in its original story, that the narcissistic weatherman Phil Connors is stuck living the same day over and over again with no foreseeable end. It is fascinating to watch as Phil slowly discovers his predicament, indulges in debauchery, descends into desperation and in the end, learns to be a better man and care about other people. It is even cooler that it's Bill Murray. This is a fantastic display of his dramatic range and deadpan comedic talent. It's a sweet story, but it isn't wholesome. There's drinking, sex, swearing, off color comments and some awkward exchanges. Groundhog isn't perfect, but it also succeeds on the fact that it was consistently engaging and the film was edited brilliantly. The "same-day" concept was understood, but not tedious. It is a modest, but entirely interesting exploration of human nature and humor.

Jamie V (de) wrote: Very good....but not near as good as the first!!!

Elya G (ru) wrote: those crazy Americans

Kevin H (fr) wrote: A campy, outrageous effot from director Larry Cohen, Q : The Winged Serpent is an exercise in insanity from the beginning to the end. Featuring an inspired performance from Michael Moriarty and some great scene chewing by David Carradine and special effects that appear to have been done in a basement, this movie has it all. Great for one of those "so bad it's good" movie nights with friends...the funny thing is, this one really is good!

John R (mx) wrote: I loved this one not better than 1 But it is spectacular

Freda W (ca) wrote: can anyone tell me what is this story about? i don't understand.. what are they thinking ? what are they doing ?

Greg W (ca) wrote: good chick flick a/k/a weepie

Greg W (nl) wrote: ny plays a character in lloyd's last silent film

William W (ag) wrote: It was wonderful seeing John Cassavetes and wife Gena Rowlands play brother and sister, each with serious sanity issues, in 'Love Streams' (I had only previously seen them together in the stellar 'Opening Night', my favourite Cassavetes film), from a script he co-wrote with the author of the 1980 stage play, Ted Allan (Cassavetes' character, Robert Harmon, was originally played by Jon Voight on stage). While his earliest film, 'Shadows', is least pleasing to me simply because I don't feel his cast there was of the quality necessary to handle that large degree of spontaneity and improvisation, by two decades later, he had refined (and perhaps perfected) his approach, and it's a great day for the two stars as well as stock company mainstay Seymour Cassel, who's always a treat to see. I strongly urge that if you have a sibling you love but currently have problems relating with, to take the time, watch the film with them, and learn something about yourself. This is probably the finest moment of Golan-Globus Films as well...