Pokhozhdeniya zubnogo vracha

Pokhozhdeniya zubnogo vracha

The young dentist Chesnokov has a knack for painlessly removing teeth, much to the dismay of other dentists, who fear unemployment and start to challenge Chesnokov.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:82 minutes
  • Release:1965
  • Language:Russian
  • Reference:Imdb
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The young dentist Chesnokov has a knack for painlessly removing teeth, much to the dismay of other dentists, who fear unemployment and start to challenge Chesnokov. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pokhozhdeniya zubnogo vracha torrent reviews

Pam E (fr) wrote: How can you not like a Led Zep concert

Luca V (jp) wrote: This is a very good comedy. I did not expect that it was so funny. It is about a Turkish family that migrates to Germany, then they back to Turkey after 40 years in practice there is this girl that tells the story of her grandfather who is the N. 1.000.001 immigrant in Germany. It tells about the discovery of a totally new world on the part of the sons of this man who join him later. Then when they return to Turkey they are quite shocked, I mean, some people of the family are happy, some feel more German than Turkish. It is good, and in the Cinema there were many children to see that, and nobody got bored they all followed the adventures of the Yilmaz(TM)s. I liked the final with all the actors, the young that meets the old, because everything we do remains.

Mike L (kr) wrote: Billy Zane just wastes himself on a lot of cheaply made movies...it could've been better...the story had potential, but a brutally cheesy script and even worse acting by more than half the cast just made the whole thing ridiculous.

Tatsuhito K (br) wrote: It's rather an objective experience since you don't really feel connected to any of the characters (which is, I assume, exactly the point of the movie.) The plot is minimalistic and you will feel emotionally detached, but it's still worth seeing just for the visuals. The Girlfriend Experience delves deep into human nature and psychology.

Vicky T (br) wrote: Very good movie. I'm not sure how I missed it being released in theaters. Anthony Mackie has made a believer out of me - I really questioned his acting skills before this movie. Rent it!

Tendro T (ag) wrote: SA's history in music...

Keena W (kr) wrote: Real life love story, with all the passion, jealousy, cheating, denial, revenge, self hatred, & admiration

Caleb O (it) wrote: There were some awesome one-liners but its really boring.

Paul E (ag) wrote: Never a dull moment. A gripping story well told with good acting. The serial killer was not arrested the first time because his blood type/semen did not match that on the victims. What some reviewers missed is that was probably because the killer was a Communist Party member and he was being protected by the party elite. A true Communist Party member could not commit such a heinous crime, thus the cover-up. The samples were probably switched. That's my hunch anyway.

Jason M (de) wrote: Ahh I remember the first time I watched this, must have been about 8 years old and it scared me senseless, sleepless nights, scared to go to the bathroom, the whole shaboodle. It wasn't until years later that I plucked up the courage to watch it again, and you know what? It still scared me, and that proves to me that it's a movie worthy of the score I have given it. I find not a great deal of people have seen this one but I take pleasure explaining to them what it's all about. IN A NUTSHELL it centres around a journalist Helen (Virginia Madsen) who hears of an urban legend regarding a ghoul called The Candyman, say his name 5 times into a mirror and he will appear behind you, breathing down you're neck and with a bloody hook for one hand will murder you brutally then vanish as quickly as he appeared. Now there have recently been a spate of murders in a nearby neighbourhood and the word on the street is the blame is being put on poor Candyman. The cheek of some people, they can't put it on someone who doesn't exist can they? So our heroine Helen decides to delve a little deeper into what's been going on over there, yep, you guessed it, she also says his name 5 times into a mirror. Based on a short story (The Forbidden) written by the British master of horror Clive Barker, it really is a great all round horror film. Tony Todd is petrifying as the hook handed slayer, and the haunting classical musical score is unforgettable, I still get goosebumps when I hear it. If you're looking for a movie to add to the Halloween scariest, I dare you to give this a try. Trust me as well, you won't dare look in the mirror for weeks after sitting through it, and popping to the loo will become a whole new experience!

Naoya K (es) wrote: A good film. While these 70s US indies films tend to make outsiders or counter-authority as protagonists (like Easy Rider), this film sets a traffic cop as the hero. It is a rare film in that way, but still, it has common atmosphere (nihilistic, philosophical, rebellious, etc) to those films. The hero of the film is described as a man before a cop - he is tired of his job and cannot find any meaning in his life. He, a sensitive man, tries to be good and not to hurt people, but things don't go as he wishes. It is completely out of typical depiction of cop in Hollywood films (tough, manly, violent, strong...), but the character is more sympathetic and realistic (and I like it). Stunning performance by Robert Blake.

Gregory W (it) wrote: much love for these two they have chemistry to elevate this stuff above and beyond

Thomas W (ag) wrote: Womanizing lothario Rich Johnson (Cam Gigandet - Priest) continuously finds himself getting into trouble with the ladies as his head -- not the one on his shoulders -- does most of his "thinking" for him. After his latest relationship ends because of an oral exam and some lipstick, Rich wishes that he could stop getting into trouble! When he awakens the next morning, he discovers his "wish" came true much like Tom Hanks' wish came true in Big. It's gone! As terrible as this all sounds, Bad Johnson CAN get worse ... and it does! Rich discovers there is a new man in town who "thinks" much like Rich used to "think"! In other words: his penis has come to life as a vilely repulsive, annoying, trashy, juvenile, despicably shameful, crass, foul-mouthed horny jerk the ladies just cannot seem to get enough of. Because this new arrival seems to crimp Rich's style ... Rich has to figure out how to get rid of "Dick" and get his mojo back. Yes, this movie is real ... and no, I do not recommend it. It'd be nice if this film ended the careers of every single person involved in making it. Bad doesn't even begin to describe it.

John N (it) wrote: Even though it has a cheesy plot line, the film is enjoyable due to its characters. Everyone hams their performances so well that you can't help but be entertained. Also, I love Ingrid Pitt.

Matthew B (gb) wrote: Remember when Freddy was scary and we all got scared to go to sleepy but don't worry about that now because Freddy in this movie likes to play video games and shout out funny stupid Jokes and acting like a jack-ass.

Mayank A (es) wrote: Decent animation with good voice cast is wasted on a flat story line and dull dialogues. Kids should enjoy the Animals but adults will get bored pretty fast.

Graham G (gb) wrote: 'After Life's' simplicity is its beauty. This is a film that tackles a complex philosophical dilemma without alienating the audience on any level. Not since 'White Dog' has a film been so successful in this regard. Moments of documentary-style realism (nearly all of the subjects were real people reflecting on their own happiest memories) mesh with paired-down fantasy to create a film that is so full of human warmth and honesty. Definitely a contender with Hana-bi for the finest Japanese film of the ninties.