Pack Up Your Troubles

Pack Up Your Troubles

The film begins in 1917 with Stan (Stan Laurel) and Ollie (Oliver Hardy) being drafted into the U.S. Army to fight in World War I. While in the Army, the pair befriend a man named Eddie Smith, who is kidnapped and killed by the enemy during a battle. After the War is over, Stan and Ollie venture to New York City, where they begin a quest to reunite Eddie's baby daughter (Jacquie Lyn) with her rightful family. The task proves both monumental and problematic as the boys discover just how many people in New York have the last name "Smith".

The boys' Army buddy, Eddie Smith, is killed in the trenches in France, leaving his baby girl an orphan. Back home after Armistice, they try to find Eddie's father and turn the child over ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pack Up Your Troubles torrent reviews

shane h (mx) wrote: A dark movie about a computer nerd who has a little trouble with thinking everyone is out to get him. He works from home and has a project that he is working on a the deadline is in 24 hours. He really loves his milk and makes frequent trips to the store. There is a specific brand he likes. When he gets back to his place there is a package inside his apartment and the door was locked when he got there. The parcel is empty and that starts a series of events that sends Simon over the edge of sanity. The cimenatography is really dark to match the film. It's a wild ride thats for sure.

Kaleb R (es) wrote: Though exciting and captivating, I couldn't shake the feeling of everything happening a little too conveniently to move the plot along.

Dena S (fr) wrote: when the trailer came out i was like, this might be the dumbest movie ever created but i was a kid... still am, but i now give it a chance and will watch it for the hell of it :P

Jimmy M (mx) wrote: A bit of an Americanized "Adventures of Priscilla," it's rather amusing and fun to watch, though I didn't particularly like Wesley Snipes in this role. Great performance from Patrick Swayze, though he seemed oddly comfortable in drag. Make of that what you will...

Red L (ag) wrote: The premise of the movie (differing opinions between a headstrong political widow and her secret service agents) is good. But the movie struggles in the details - especially in last scenes of the movie.

Katy M (ru) wrote: Again, this is my childhood!

Simon C (de) wrote: A bad Australian film made in the manner of a bad American film and worse: characters behaving like hysterical Americans. Just dross, really. Clich-laden, derivative, noisy. I rarely abort a movie half-watched, but this flick went out of its way to be annoying.

rosina c (de) wrote: The story and era were fun. I liked the acting. I had a very hard time with the cheating aspect. You just don't mess with a solder's girl.

Andrew H (fr) wrote: An Invitation to a slow-paced film and a weak plot that fails in originality, despite creating an uncomfortable atmosphere. - Andrew Huynh

Robert G (it) wrote: I like old movies and I like Gangster movies. So I was recommended this movie many years ago. I never had a chance to see it though, until recently. And the recommendation was right on. I throughly enjoyed the movie. My only complainant is that it is so short. But that is because it is a film the originated in the early 1930, and most movies were short because it was quite difficult to make longer movies. Anyway I would sat that this is a must see movie for any movie fan.

Edward C (gb) wrote: Ooo! A remake! I LOVED the original Witch Mountain movies when I was a kid.