Professori Uuno D.G. Turhapuro
Uuno is unemployed and his friends try to arrange a job for him. With his imagination, though, and the help of Härski Hartikainen (Spede Pasanen), he somehow manages to avoid all work, until he becomes what he has always dreamt of being - a film star. Uuno's father-in-law has other plans for his occupation, though: since Uuno knows the Dandelion, he has potential for a professor of botany.
- Stars:Vesa-Matti Loiri, Marjatta Raita, Spede Pasanen, Juhani Kumpulainen, Pehr-Olof Sirén, Anja Pohjola, Seppo Laine, Jyrki Kovaleff, Ere Kokkonen, Anna-Liisa Ruotsi, Eira Soriola, Vappu Jurkka,
- Director:Ere Kokkonen,
- Writer:Spede Pasanen
Uuno is unemployed and his friends try to arrange a job for him. With his imagination, though, and the help of Härski Hartikainen (Spede Pasanen), he somehow manages to avoid all work, until he becomes what he has always dreamt of being - a film star. Uuno's father-in-law has other plans for his occupation, though: since Uuno knows the Dandelion, he has potential for a professor of botany. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Professori Uuno D.G. Turhapuro torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Amazing story! Loved the performances and the script.
(au) wrote: Hilariously bad, but brilliant
(nl) wrote: So hmm David had a nude scene in this movie hmm.....i have nothing else to say :P
(fr) wrote: I loved it one I'm death in one ear and I know sign language so i know what the monkey and the girl is talking about all throw the movie, It needs all stars.
(gb) wrote: house party, ok so this movie has a lot of personality to it, most obviously would be the hair of kid, do you think you could take someone with ahir like that seirously? probably not but since its a comedy it fits the movie well. the film itself has lots zaney characters all of who have their own crazy personality traits and catch frazes. there is a lot wrong with this movie though. one would be that the three antagonists, although vbery important to the flow of the film, have one member whose voice is just downright annoying and wayyyyy too over the top. and aaswell the movie seems to want to teach you lessons the whole time like the viewers are all children by singling out the only underage drinker at the party as being an outcast. everyone is hating on the guy whose getting waisted and everyone is having a nice sober party. i dont know about you guys but it seemed kind of weird to me how everyone was dancing at the party the whole time, ive been to dance partys but they didt quite look like that, and two guys can look at each other and out of noweher bust out some dance routine like they practise it everyday or something. its weird how the director seemed to aim the movie towards cidlren but then goes and uses profanity and deals with a lot of sexual material. it seems like he was confused at who he was making the movie for. on a good note however the movie contains a massive amount of black culture of that era. the slang, clothing, hair style, music, and settings are all reminicent of old times which is actually this movies most succesfull accomplishment and for that it is more than mildly entertaining. The firsst house party in the quadtrilogy is definatly recommendable despite its flaws!
(gb) wrote: Cute romance with some great performances and a tear jerker ending. The older guy younger girl scenario is off putting at first but slowly Cooper's charm makes you forget this awkward combination and enjoy the romance story with a difference. Highly enjoyable.
(es) wrote: Date night with vigilante girl, short but passably sweet. Delivering her own brand of justice like she's Clint Eastwood on wild west, Eve (Tina Ivlev) is on for an all-nighter spree. Bound to Vengeance does deliver a few fresh, albeit slightly implausible idea with gruesome theme and its near psychotic characters. Nonetheless, the presentation is marred with frantic editing and jittery visual which can undermine the tension. Story follows the heroine Eve, who has been kidnapped for undisclosed period of time, but eventually manages to escape her captor. Logic determines that best course of action is to run or go to police, but as the title suggest this woman is burning with vengeance. Thus, she coerces the captor into helping her free other girls with same unfortunate fate and generally makes his life more miserable. There is ample supply of violence and gore, which is appropriate for the human trafficking theme. It displays a crude reality in highly dark graphic. Acting is considerably convincing by Tina Ivlev and Richard Tyson, the kidnappers. Both of them showcase mutual discontent while having their own emotional baggage. Plot moves by displaying enough information while more backstories are revealed later on. Unfortunately, this involves a highly hectic editing. The shift might feel jarring, not to mention most of the scenes are shot in dark and unclear fashion. Effect and choreography are decent, although it's apparent that the movie works in smaller scale.With slender runtime of a little over an hour, it packs enough content and grit to hook interest with the peculiar premise. However, after the ride is done and blood has been shed, it leaves unsatisfying taste. The nocturnal escapade will provide brief crime thriller, at the very least.