Number, Please?

Number, Please?

While at an amusement park, trying vainly to forget the girl he has lost, a young man sees the girl with her new boyfriend. When her dog gets loose in the park, both suitors have to help her catch it. Then, the girl's uncle, a balloonist, gives her a pass for two in his balloon, provided that her mother approves. She then offers to take along the first of her admirers who is able to get her mother's consent.

While at an amusement park, two men try to win the heart of a young lady. They compete with each other while attempting to find her runaway dog, and they race to ask her mother's permission to take her up in a hot air balloon. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Spencer P (ca) wrote: It's solidly cast and practically convincing, but the plot-holed script takes every chance it can get to portray Steve Jobs as a tyranical jerk, and somehow show that off as an inspirational drive more his entrepreneurial vision.

Michael H (br) wrote: Hey, let's take a sad and pointless movie and give it the saddest, most pointless ending ever!

brendon p (jp) wrote: Terrible movie. Horrible plot. Strange acting. Not scary. This film is a disgrace to horror films everywhere.

Eli H (it) wrote: Great movie! Did people not like it because of the pot??? Great characters, plot and all.

Bill T (ca) wrote: Enjoyable and silly, this movie has enough action star fantasy square offs to make any fan salivate. Jet Li vs Dolph Lundgren? Steve Austin vs. Stallone? etc etc. Deep. dark, and deliciously violent, the plot is hardly relevant, but everything violent is surprisingly satisfying.

Fernando G (mx) wrote: It was very..............strange but also funny too. There are some disturbing scenes but I found a few funny, like that controversial scene with the shoot out and the kids (guilty pleasure). But seriously who thought this movie would be good, Uwe Boll made this crap. I suggest play the games and not watch the crappy movie (strongly suggest Postal 2)

Ian E (mx) wrote: The reliance of raunchy behaviour and tired slapstick give this movie no comedic impact.

Cade H (ag) wrote: Angelina Jolie has never looked better then in Taking Lives, you could just watch it for her and enjoy it. The plot of this murder mystery thriller was good although very predictable. Ethan Hawke played a great role but while Angelina looked hot throughout, her character was kind of bland. There were some interesting twists and things moved along at a nice pace which can be a problem for movies of this type who try and cram to much into the film. The ending was satisfying but I was a bit disappointed how little suspense there was in the movie. There are much better mystery films out there but if your a fan of Jolie, you need to check this one out.

Laura o (gb) wrote: Best boxing movie ever

Meg B (ag) wrote: Although the acting is dodgy in places (to say the least) the chemistry between Brooks and Gaidry is commendably convincing at times.

Falk S (es) wrote: A lot of history, some fantasy.

Kevin M (de) wrote: I like it as a monster movie of it own. this Godzilla is nothing like Godzilla everything about this film is completely WRONG, it doesn't featured Godzilla, this movie trying to be a rip off of Jurassic park the story, the characters are annoying and unlikeable there few scene "Godzilla" arrive in New York city destroying (cars and scratching buildings) then he suddenly disappeared in front of 8 million of people he suddenly disappeared, without even noticing where he went honestly this is unrealistic if ppl do see him then why there's any security camera could caught him where he went? this is one of the most pathetic excuse for been "realistic" approach. The script is poorly written and the human characters are lame and awkward most scene. I rather watch Godzilla 2014 than this Godzilla 1998 version abomination at least 2014 version is more faithful and respectful to the source material but 1998 version is nothing more pure garbage. now as a Godzilla is it the worst. Yes but as a monster movie of it own.

Parmesh D (de) wrote: This is one of the films that make you say 'holy crap', a true classic!

Will L (nl) wrote: While most war movies come across as pretentious and bloated, Stanley Kubrick's Vietnam epic perfectly profiles both the horrors of war and the psychological toll taken on those involved. It's focused less on the action and more on the inherent darkness and human drama.

Nicola W (br) wrote: Omg what a sad story. I cried nearly all the way through it haha, I'm such a wuss when it comes to dogs