Scheming Schemers

Scheming Schemers

The stooges are three incompetent plumbers who foul up the plumbing in a fancy mansion where a society party is going on. They manage to catch a couple of thieves masquerading as guests before the whole party degenerates into a pie fight.

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Zahid C (gb) wrote: Day: FridayDate: 3 Jan 2014Time: 8.30pmWith: NooneOn: HDTV

Sean R (gb) wrote: Interesting conspiracy theories doco.

Andrew L (de) wrote: truly outstanding film also one of the most uncomfortable viewing experiences.Basically the lead wakes up covered in blood and you follow him throughout the day not quite sure what's going on but totally engrossed nonetheless. This is the antithesis to spoonfeeding with you being left to judge what might have happened and what is happening. it's haunting, harrowing, powerful, uncomfortable and uneasy. 95% of the photography is handheld, shot the majority of the time very close and behind the leads head. The audio, through a mix of actual volume and design bears over you fills in any empty area of your senses not already taken by everything else making it feel not quite claustrophobic but very internal (to the mind).The performance by the main guy is also phenomonal, considering (and perhaps due to) the fact he was given a script daily to work with.A real feel-bad movie. Director's words nor mine.

Logan M (us) wrote: It's a "Homeward Bound" rip-off using the beloved characters from Jim Davis' comic strip.

Joey Q (it) wrote: Biscuits and mustard. This is a great movie and a wonderful performance by Billy bob. not sure if he went full retard or not but it works

Jen M (nl) wrote: Classic family movie is great for all ages! Ages 6+

Lyndsey C (de) wrote: ..really.. really stupid

Sarah F (es) wrote: I wonder what this is about, i think ill see it!

Richard S (ru) wrote: "Absence of Malice", like "Network", is a powerful examination of the power of the media. And, also like "Network", it has become even more powerful and prescient, with the rise of the cable news networks and the 24 hour news cycle, than when it was first released in 1981. The story is about the investigation of a missing union boss, who is presumed dead. The missing union leader was in charge of a local longshoreman's union in Miami. Paul Newman plays Miami liquor distributor Michael Gallagher. He inherited the business from his late father, who was a big wheel in the local mob, and was known for his antipathy for the unions. The local Justice Department prosecutor has hit a dead end in the investigation of the missing union boss. So, even though there is no evidence that Gallagher is even a criminal, much less responsible for the union boss' disappearance, the Justice Dept. prosecutor, Elliott Rosen, (Bob Balaban--SUPERB in an oily, arrogant, performance)decides to put the screws to Gallagher. He uses a local Miami reporter, Megan Carter (Sally Field, who, yes, I REALLY, REALLY LIKE her in everything she's ever done--including this flick!) to leak parts of his investigation, thus putting the Gallagher character under a cloud of suspicion and in a world of hurt. And, thereby hangs the tale. I wouldn't dream of revealing anything else in this fascinating, absorbing story other than to say that this intelligent, thought-provoking thriller takes some marvelous twists and turns as Newman tries to find out who is ruining his life and how he can strike back. Yes, there is also a romance between Newman and Field. But, it's between two intelligent people who KNOW that there are professional and psychological strains on their relationship, despite the obvious attraction between them. That dynamic really impacts on the story as it plays itself out and provides a huge payoff all on its own. We like and care about these two people and don't want to see either of them hurt. But, we fear that there can be no other outcome. There is an emotional scene between the two of them in about the middle of the picture that will leave you shaken. It certainly has that effect on me every time I see it. It's no WONDER Paul Newman got an Oscar nomination for this movie. (btw, he was NOT director Sydney Pollack's first choice for the role. Al Pacino was. When Pacino was unavailable,the character was changed from Italian to Irish and Newman was cast.) When this movie came out, there was a lot of pearl-clutching from the journalistic world. There were howls of denial and indignation that NO reporter would do this and NO newspaper would allow this to happen. In the wake of the current phone hacking scandals that Newscorp is involved in, both in Britain and the US, one is tempeted to raise a certain finger to all that pearl-clutching. This is one instance where a movie is far more accurate than the news media would like it to be. Another reason "Absence of Malice" is a great movie is that we've seen this kind of story happen over and over to people, both public and private. We've seen abuses of power from both the press and the government that are WORSE than what's in this picture. (Does the name Pat Tillman ring a bell?) Indeed, a prosecutor like the Balaban character would fit right in now in a post-Patriot Act America. In the end, nothing is resolved regarding the missing union boss. While damage is done to innocent people just because of misunderstandings, some of them purposeful, and the selfish, ruthless ambition of irresponsible people in positions of power. Shakespeare would have LOVED this movie! He made a career out of writing plays about that! Another great aspect of "Absence of Malice": It shows just how much America can be a terrifying place to gain noterieity. As this Buddah-like attorney, who works for the paper, drones on in scene after scene that the paper is legally safe, despite all the mindless, meaningless damage it's inflicting on people. He's as frightening as any gun I've ever seen brandished in a movie! As I noted at the beginning of my review, "Absence of Malice", because of changes in our society, both social and technological, has become even more truthful, powerful and important NOW than when it was first made. This is a movie fit for a Time Capsule. If that's not an automatic qualification to be a GREAT movie, then what is?....

Daniel L (ru) wrote: John Carpenters directorial debut is a really funny and clever spoof of 2001, I really liked it.

stefn birgir s (au) wrote: Hawks last film, Wayne is good.

Paul D (ag) wrote: There's some good one-liners as you'd expect from Groucho, and although the story line plays out like a farce, it is better than that word suggests.

Scott W (au) wrote: One of the better football movies since it spends time focusing on the depressing drama surrounding the game and the characters are well-done. At the end of the day it's still about a sport so I wasn't totally engaged.