Road to Singapore

Road to Singapore

Bing Crosby an Bob Hope star in the first of the 'Road to' movies as two playboys trying to forget previous romances in Singapore - until they meet Dorothy Lamour...

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Michelle G (au) wrote: Too long, not as funny as the first, ending sucked.

Nate R (au) wrote: A truly stunning display of suspense, action, and one's own mind

Neha K (kr) wrote: Good. Not extra-ordinary. Had expected twists and turns. Nothing new or unheard.

John P (de) wrote: For those who remember the madness of the ABA; this movie is a riot.

William W (fr) wrote: A classic of Japanese "Pure Love" movies. The pace is very slow but not bored. Masami participated in this movie at the age of 17. The performance is very good an pure. The movie which made Masami Nagasawa a well known star.

Charles P (ag) wrote: This waterlogged aquatic adventure can't keep its preposterous plot afloat. But it seems to know that and thus tries to compensate with boundless clips of sexy tanned girls and sexy ripped guys.

michelle (mx) wrote: based from the popular japanese mangas. 1st out of a series of 7 (i believe) japanese horror films about a demon girls who won't die. amazing! if you like japanese haorror films you must see it!

Robert H (nl) wrote: This is a decent erotic thriller/mystery brought down by predictability, cliche and some rather bad writing. The film does have an impressive pedigree, having been directed by William Friedkin, and starring Chazz Palminteri, Linda Fiorentino as well as a pre-CSI: Miami David Caruso. All of the actors do a serviceable job, but they have to deliver some of the hammiest dialogue I've ever heard. The script is devoid of any real surprises or thrills, and so it relies on an over-insistent score. It's like it's shouting "Look at me! Take me seriously!", except it's impossible to take anything in this movie seriously. The most impressive part of the movie is the intro (before the score has become overbearing), which features some creepy music and surrealistic camerawork. It's too bad that they overuse the style throughout the film, though. Another bright spot was a well-filmed (but ridiculous) car chase through San Francisco, but it wears out its welcome once they hit Chinatown and the movie almost literally comes to a halt. So, there's also some issues with pacing, particularly in that sequence. However, the biggest problem with this movie is the script, penned by Joe Eszterhaz (who also wrote BASIC INSTINCT and SHOWGIRLS). Not only is the story relatively unengaging, but it's rather misogynistic towards its female characters, and the voyeuristic camerawork doesn't help in that regard either. At best, it's a rather bland erotic thriller with some decent performances, but it could be worth a late-night watch if you're into this sort of thing.

Robert M (ca) wrote: Exhaustingly campy. I demand a remake!

Call i (br) wrote: The movie had its funny moments, few but they were there. The acting was alright, I liked Henry Gibson most. The dialoge was a little cheesy sadly.

Jeremie D (au) wrote: Il s'agit d'un chef d'oeuvre, film qu'i n'a pas vieilli 15 ans plus tard... et toujours d'actualit concernant la dforestation de l'amazonie et la disparition des tribus qui y vivent ! On est tout simplement entrainer par cette performance extraordinaire et les aventures de Tomme... jeune blanc lev par les "Invisibles" :-))

Nadine J (au) wrote: My favourite film of all time, must see, never laughed so much in my life lol

Al L (us) wrote: a clasic but B movie!

David K (ag) wrote: This film/book is inevitably mentioned to any perfume enthusiast. But it should be the nemesis of the olfactory aesthete. It deals in misconceptions, that those who most appreciate sensory pleasures are born with preternaturally sensitive perceptions. That fragrances are largely dependent on the "body chemistry" of the wearer. That the right scent will conjure carnal instincts in those around you. And, as Luca Turin put it, that "by a small leap of logic much beloved of bigots through the ages, the deceased virgin's smell represents Innocence... instead of smelling like a Moscow bus at rush hour." I'm sure perfume marketers are thrilled that this is the primary pop culture idiom on the topic.

Irene M (ru) wrote: recall seeing it a long time ago, and being offended by the objectification of women in it. Re-watched it after reading a Vanity Fair article about it. Yep, great cast, and it really was the predecessor to Seinfeld (a movie about nothing) and the so many other movies that pay homage to elements of it.

Tim R (gb) wrote: Hilarious raunch fest!