Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure

Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure

Raggedy Ann and Andy leave their playroom to rescue Babette, a beautiful French doll kidnapped by a pirate.

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Janne S (fr) wrote: Poor writing, poor acting, but it's got very impressive fight scenes for a B action film.

Ryne H (mx) wrote: Oh my god! It's a twister! Oh, wait, it is just b-roll stolen from handheld storm chaser footage. But we should still pretend like we are Bill Pullman and Cary Elwes anyway!

Humon C (es) wrote: will.cos ziyi is in it

Henrik A (de) wrote: What the hell is this shit. I feel bad for Slappy having to hang around with those moronic ugly kids. Go watch Andre instead if you want some serious sea lion action, this just makes me wanna start doing crack cocaine again.

Andr (br) wrote: Review will be written when/if re-watched (Probability: Zero).First viewing: 11.04.1998

Orlok W (ag) wrote: What you would expect from a TV slasher movie--Mannix, Tarzan's Jane and Mayor Vaughn in one slasher movie!!

Martin T (it) wrote: Essentially a 450-minute performance art style work that attempts to find Hitler's place in the universe. How he relates to German culture, world history, film, German identity... even astrology. It's a massively ambitious project, one that requires stamina not only to endure the length, but also the depth. Most of the film plays out as a series of monologues against a backdrop of projected historical footage or still images. Sometimes it's very mundane, sometimes it's highly philosophical or abstract. In one 40-minute sequence, we hear from Hitler's valet about his dressing habits and morning routine. This was actually a pretty interesting bit of reportage to me. In another 40-minute sequence, a man at a desk reads from prepared text about... hell, I don't even know. It was a lot of rambling. This is my problem with the film. The more "arty" and presumably meaningful it got, the more I tuned out. I was interested in the details, but not Syberberg's ideas about the big picture. It felt like a messy, confused jumble of things... not hastily written, but perhaps not that well planned, either. I feel some guilt about being bored by it, as if I simply wasn't smart enough or educated enough to appreciate it. Maybe that's true. I was intrigued by some of it, but I think I would have absorbed it more as a series of short films rather than a huge epic.

Andrea B (ca) wrote: Funny now as it was back in 1976 when I was 6!!! Richard Pryor at his best!!!

Manisha D (ca) wrote: While the subject matter is still relevant today some of the scenes have not stood the test of time. Great peek into the 1960s landscape of Los Angeles (analogous to seeing an senescent movie star in one of the pictures s/he starred in as a teenager). Striking resemblance between Peter Sellers' character to that of Adrien Brody's in Darjeerling Limited (perhaps Wes Anderson owes some royalties to Averback & Co).

bob w (fr) wrote: excusing the hyperbole acting, the movie is exquisitly done. it covers a gamut of thematic and relationship ground while still maintaing enough daylight between each to keep them distinct and discerable. one of a handful of movies that depicts true affection and solidarity among men without pandering to pc mores.

John L (mx) wrote: Well written fantastic comedy building off of a very enjoyable TV show.

Paul C (fr) wrote: Typical Sam Fuller war movie - not that that's a bad thing. More of a character study than an all-out war flick - and apparently features an early career cameo by James Dean, though i missed it!