Of Cash and Hash
The stooges witness an armed robbery and are brought in by the cops as suspects. After passing a lie detector test, the boys are freed and go back to their jobs in a Cafe. When one of the robbers comes into the Cafe, the boys recognize him and along with their friend Gladys trail him to a spooky house in the country where the crooks are hiding out. The bad guys abduct Gladys and the stooges must rescue her.
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(gb) wrote: As being one of the best horror sequels ever made, Mike Flanagan adds something magical to this horror masterpiece deriving far from it's rather tasteless predecessor.
(ag) wrote: Sports films are a dime a dozen. While the names, locations, and even the sport changes, the story rarely does, so what makes one film better than the rest? An eager young cast, a compelling back story, and a setting rarely seen before, all help Underdogs become that rare sports film that does more than just pump you up, it sticks with you and really makes you appreciate things that most people overlook. In Ohio, football is life, from the pros right down to the High School level and in the suburbs of Canton, Hoover is the name on everyone's bumper sticker, but they're not the only team in town. Across town is a division four team, the St. Thomas Aquinas Knights, a catholic school team that has never received any attention of any kind. Being a D4 team, even if they won all their games, they won't be going anywhere. The players, while talented are uninspired, until a new coach comes to town and makes them believe in themselves. The film is based on a true story and stars V's Logan Huffman as Quarterback, Bill Burkett. Huffman is always one of these guys you see in the background of a film and never really take notice of. In Underdogs, much like his character, Huffman steps up and really puts on a performance that I never would have expected. On and off the field the character being portrayed is so profound, that anyone would have a hard time making him believable. Not only does Logan Huffman do the impossible, but he does so in such a compelling way, that I added everything he's ever been in to my queue, once the film was over. Even though there is a lot more here than in your typical sports film, Huffman ties all the elements together, in a very special way, you seldom see anymore. To say his performance was legendary, truly does it a disservice. Even if you hate football, as a fan of movies, you should see this film just to witness the unbelievable performance of Logan Huffman, because he really was that good. As for the rest of the film, Underdogs was centered on football, but wasn't entirely about the team, it was also about the town, and how different one side can be from the other. The story of this town is almost as interesting as what's happening on the gridiron. Underdogs is a small budget, direct-to-video film, but much like the Knights, it packs a punch and really gives the big boys a run for their money.
(it) wrote: Every thing that could have gone wrong in the first film, goes wrong in this film.
(es) wrote: The film makers just slapped together a bunch of short segments on Trek fans without trying to build an interesting narrative. This is a badly produced DVD extra.
(es) wrote: Silly America...Democracy is for other countries...unbelievable what goes on behind the scenes...sad.
(br) wrote: When compared with the book it is based on, there is a lot of area where this movie could have gone and didn't, but as a film itself it is a very good one. Sad that it was overshadowed by the other war movies that came out at the time.
(kr) wrote: A woman who's had just about enough of her worthless hubby, takes their baby and his pink convertible and runs off. What she doesn't realize is that there's a huge stash hidden in the car; before... A woman who's had just about enough of her worthless hubby, takes their baby and his pink convertible and runs off. What she doesn't realize is that there's a huge stash hidden in the car; before long she's the object of everyone's attention -- including that of a handsome bail-bondsman who may prove to be her knight in shining armor.
(gb) wrote: "Cleopatra Jones" is one of the most action packed "Blaxploitation" films I have ever seen, not to mention well written in terms of dialogue, and well acted. The movie focuses on a secret agent by the same name, played by Tamara Dobson, who is assigned to eliminate drug traffickers. After she is sent to destroy a poppy field in Turkey, a drug-lord by the name of Mommy, played by Shelley Winters, seeks to put an end to Cleopatra. I love Shelley Winters in this movie, she is such a drama queen. To watch her throw a fit in just about every scene is just hilarious. In many "Blaxploitation" movies much of the dialogue is spent on showing the "blackness" of the individuals and the acting is usually slightly over the top to also emphasize this point. While I certainly understand as to where these movies are coming from and I do appreciate it to some degree, I feel that there is sometimes too much emphasis put on this point and it tends to slow down the stories. "Cleopatra Jones" on the other hand does not drag the story. Though it be a simple, cheesy one, it focuses on the plot and flows very nicely. All and all, it is a great movie. Go rent it, go buy it.
(jp) wrote: Entertaining horror-comedy from James Gunn pays homage to the horror-comedies of the 1980s, and it is a lot of fun. It has some good gore effects, a solid cast, and some ridiculousness that never takes itself too seriously. If you like stuff from the 80s like "Night of the Creeps" or the "Evil Dead" movies, chances are you'll find something to enjoy in this.
(fr) wrote: Ce premier film de Monty Python est tordant, djant et absurde. Un classique inimitable de la comdie.
(mx) wrote: There isn't anything funny about this movie. Classifying it as a comedy is far from reality...
(us) wrote: Deprived of the iconic slickness that makes gangster movies so fun, "Miller's Crossing" isnt awful, but it's hardly memorable.
(ag) wrote: Cool action movie ! =]