Scotched in Scotland
Would be detectives, the stooges get a job guarding a Scotch castle while the owner is away. The servants are crooks intent on robbing the castle of its valuables. Though they do their best to frighten the boys off, the stooges prevail and expose the crooked goings-on.
Would be detectives, the stooges get a job guarding a Scotch castle while the owner is away. The servants are crooks intent on robbing the castle of its valuables. Though they do their best... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(jp) wrote: We Are The Best deals with a group of young Swedish teen girls in 1982 who are obsessed with punk music despite sliding out of fashion. It has a certain dryness to it, but its fun seeing these girls connect in a time where rock music was a high form of entertainment and how their rebellious and careless attitudes give them this great optimism to follow their own aspirations to form a band, even if its an aspiration thats hardly realized. You never get a sense that these girls take much of it seriously, but at the same time, you're watching 13 years olds face ups and downs in their youth as they establish their own identities in a society they feel outcasted from, and somewhat embrace what little they have. Maybe that's how I see, but hey, I still enjoyed the film for that.
(it) wrote: Very well thought out, I normally don't watch scary films but I had to know this was about.
(kr) wrote: Another good ecological thriller worth watching in a big screen if it is available for instant streaming.
(nl) wrote: Interesante y concreta. 90 minutos de un rompecabezas que tiene a Jake Gyllenhaal viajando en periodos de 8 minutos a un tren que va a explotar. Es como la pelicula de Bill Murray ("Hechizo del Tiempo") pero en version seria. Esta bien estructurada, entretenida y hasta un tanto novedosa. Vale la pena. (texto intencionalmente sin acentos).
(fr) wrote: Great movie. Though in marathi,subtitle convey 80% of the drama.
(mx) wrote: It's good movie to watch
(au) wrote: A fantastic dark comedy about gangsters, I loved this movie.
(jp) wrote: When I see Shosanna (Mlanie Laurent) in Inglourious Basterds (2009), I am reminded of Marion Steiner (Catherine Deneuve) in Le Dernier Mtro. Both gorgeous French-speaking women, both looking terrific in a red dress, both intrepid femmes facing catastrophes once upon a time in Nazi-occupied France, both having a lover, both being owner of a prestigious theater (one for movies, one for plays), they share striking similarities. Shosanna is Tarantino's French prototype of Steiner.Both movies have moments of tense suspense derived from the Nazi oppression, both share a similar running time, and finally both have the climax set inside the theater.But Deneuve is better and more beautiful than Laurent.Seriously speaking now, what a great movie. After finishing a decaying series of films centered around a man growing up and having troubles with relationships, Truffaut's vision has finally reached its pinnacle of maturity, releasing what is simultaneously his most ambitious film and arguably his most accessible. Set in WWII, when France was split in half by a political line dividing the Free Zone from the Occupied Zone, an actress and owner of a theater hides his Jewish husband in the basement, unbeknown to the entire cast and crew of the play, given that the husband is presumed to have fled from the country. However, Steiner hires a man for the leading role, Bernard Granger, played by the great Grard Depardieu as the sexy young beast, and romantic tension escalates.The film is about many things at once: the Nazi occupation, the tragedies of war, theater, art, love, affairs and friend relationships. Truffaut captures the architecture of the theater with an impressionistic POV, where the color red reacts to the numerous conflicts of the characters and the constant darkness that happened in the theater due to electrical power shutdowns mirrored the intensity of the political situation. However, the film is not devoid of a tremendous entertainment value and Truffaut's typical form of Nouvelle Vague humor which is more noticeable in the epilogue itself.The simulation of art vs. reality to mirror both realms with the ending play scene is one of the smartest endings of the decade hands down, which is the one seemingly being disliked by the ones who saw the movie. My strongest guess is that they didn't get this reality-vs.-fiction duality, which is often interchangeable.85/100
(ru) wrote: Ahh, cheese in the sky, it's NEVER been like this!
(ru) wrote: Bought but not yet watched
(kr) wrote: I was in 5th grade when I saw this film. One day I stayed home because I was sick. My granma gave me aspirin and turned the tv on for me. I was too dizzy to get up and change the channel and this film came on. It was dark, dripping with mood and very sadistic and violent. I saw it again last year and it holds up. James Caan frightened me.
(kr) wrote: Peu importe le scenario, peu importe le charisme des acteurs, du moment qu'il y a un monstre cree par Ray Harryhausen, je suis capable d'aimer le film aveuglement
(jp) wrote: Astounding! Funny and brilliant. It catches your interest and stick your eyes open from the beginning until the end.
(br) wrote: This cute comedy featuring vintage car enthusiasts and their female companions that put up with them will make you chuckle. It gets the gender divide just right. Husband and wives will recognize each other's foibles lovingly and amusingly portrayed. Maybe you'll be like me and eye your spouse when the featured couple's antics turn familiar. This is not a movie for cynics or starry-eyed romantics. The flights of car fancy are grounded in universal relationship reality.
(au) wrote: The young cast are good, in this entertaining family film.