Newlyweds Buzzy and Katie find their blissful life disrupted by the arrival of his half-sister and news of her sister's marriage troubles.
- Stars:Diego Noguera, Alicia Fehrmann, Andrés Waas, Nathalia Galgani, Gabriela Arancibia, Hugo Medina, Trinidad González, Cristóbal Briceño, Samuel González, Pía Bastidas, Juan Takima, Karin Hoffmann, Edward Burns, Kerry Bishé, Marsha Dietlein, Caitlin FitzGerald, Johnny Solo, Dara Coleman, Max Baker, Daniella Pineda,
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Marc T (kr) wrote: I think a half star may be too much.. but I gotta rate it something.Poor acting, bad plot, worse cgi, the whole thing stinks.
Jonathan G (ru) wrote: Strange very interesting soundtrack a great fantasy film with fun side characters and some funny moments
Hans J E (au) wrote: Quick rating of a film seen in the past.
Corey D (ag) wrote: Valley of the wind contains Miyazaki's Classic and wonderful charm, while also creating a breathtaking atmosphere and a gripping tale about the consequences of humanity's mistakes.
Brian S (au) wrote: the series just gets sillier, campier, and funnier as it goes along. the story is pretty formulaic, but it works charmingly nonetheless. outstanding humour--Hope and Crosby are on the tops of their games. the music is also pretty good, especially the title song. a truly entertaining comedic gem.
Ashish T (au) wrote: Nice period-piece, semi-documentary, hilarious musical nostalgia.
Brad G (kr) wrote: Black Caesar, like Super Fly, is another version of the Little Caesar/Scarface tale of the rise and fall of a super criminal. However, what Black Caesar has is Fred Williamson, his badass mutton chops, and a killer James Brown soundtrack. I really enjoy how the 1953 shoe shine boy prologue bleeds into the 1966-1973 narrative; you start to believe that Williamson??s Godfather of Harlem could strongarm his way into mob territory. The always dependable Julian Harris stops by for a quick turn as Williamson??s reformed, but rather sad rolling stone papa and Art Lund??s racist cop is perfectly villainous. Still, it??s a typical rise, fall story and I??m one of those kooks that prefers the mondo craziness of the film??s sequel, Hell Up In Harlem to this average crime saga. VF.
Mad M (au) wrote: Reasonably entertaining. Some smart dialogue and plot development, mixed with chaos.