Slippery Silks

Slippery Silks

The Stooges are carpenters who inherit a fancy dress boutique. They put on a fashion show with dresses they've designed based on furniture. During the show the owner of a antique box the stooges wrecked shows up and a wild cream puff fight ensues.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:18 minutes
  • Release:1936
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:slapstick,   model,   dress,  

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Slippery Silks torrent reviews

Grayson W (ca) wrote: A needless continuation of the first film, with none of the tension or drama. A lot of rapid things happening, none of which have any weight to them.

Michael T (de) wrote: Loved this. Totally original, never really seen anything like it. Certainly the ballsiest thing he's ever done, and his best performance. Shocked.

Arai A (br) wrote: Though the concept is no longer fresh, Spy Kids 2 is still an agreeable and energetic romp."

John H (de) wrote: Mmmm. . . wasnt too bad at all.

Jackson C (de) wrote: I may be biased towards this film as a student of China and Chinese history. But I have to say that the details of this movie was so authentic and realistic. But this movie definitely painted China negatively and audience should realize not everything about this movie was politically correct, and it certainly propagated sinophobic ideas. Political and human rights issues were mentioned in this thriller but did not take anything significant away from the main storyline. The only fault I found was some of the twists felt unnecessary and took the audience away from the mood at the time, and some decisions that the characters made seemed questionable at best.

Michael W (mx) wrote: Tense standoff between inmates and the State of New York at Attica prison. Another winning prison drama that underscores the complications of individual agendas with no willingness for compromise making all parties a loser.

Dean K (kr) wrote: A funny Carry on film set aboard a cruise ship.

Patrick S (br) wrote: I don't remember ever hearing about or knowing about this movie's existence until I was at my local library and just looking through the movies. This caught my eye for some reason and I noticed the tagline: He answered freedom's call! Immediately, a tuft of hair appeared on my chest and a steak appeared in my hands...which I then ate bare-handed since I AM A MAN! And then I found out it takes place during the second manliest American war, The Revolutionary War, and I had to rent it and get testosterone poisoning. So did I experience a second resurgence of manliness? Let's find out as we eat a steak to Johnny Tremain.Johnny Tremain is a manly silversmith apprentice who does his work and keeps his nose out of the political situation brewing between England and the colonies. However, he burns his hand in a manly accident and loses his manly ability to make silver. So he walks the Earth...and by Earth I mean Boston trying to find some manly work but his burnt hand gets in the way. Then he does decide to stick his nose into the political situation and joins the manly Sons of Liberty to fuck up England's shit.The biggest question you're asking is mostly likely "This movie can't be as manly as you say!" Well you're right but there a couple manly one-liners here and there. But this is a Disney TV-movie from the 50's so the battle scenes are short and the violence is bloodless with over-dramatic death poses. But there is a similarity between this and 300, the manliest movie ever made, and that is they fight for freedom. Granted, Johnny Tremain is as historically accurate as 300, since it was about tyranny and taxes rather than freedom and ideals, but it was a bit fascinating to see a manly situation resulting in a manly war.But there are some really good things, since this is a Disney movie through and through, the production values are pretty good. The matte paintings for the backgrounds are nice and they blend into the live-action settings really well. The costumes are decent but they're the same thing you seen in every other movie set during that time for better or worse. The acting is tolerable with no one being exceptionally good or horrible with one exception, that guy who played Mr. Otis. He was awesome as he made me believe that the war was actually fought for freedom since taxes were too unimportant to be worth warring for.So this is a movie tailor-made to be shown during elementary school students. It's not too horrible and it digests the reasons for war into digestible chunks even it is wrong. I wish it could have been as manly as the tagline but maybe in the 1950's, this was plenty manly.PS: World War II is the manliest war.

Chris M (fr) wrote: An African explorer (Groucho Marx) is the guest of honor at a weekend long party held by a wealthy woman (Margaret Dumont). Also showing up at this party are a musician (Chico Marx) and a "professor" (Harpo Marx) who is mute and chases girls around. During this weekend, a painting is stolen, the musician and the "professor" secretly cheat in a card game, and more typical nonsense takes place in the Marx Brothers' second feature, Animal Crackers. While its lackluster second half keeps it from being in the leagues of their best work, you got to give the Marx Bros. credit for still being able to give us at least a few great laughs for every picture they make.

Hugo G (nl) wrote: 5.6/10The story was interesting and the whole concept seemed very accurate to those beliefs. The acting was also good mainly from Sean Bridgers. Although it wasn't scary it but most like a drama with supernatural aspects. Overall, it was entertaining and it a little better than I expected, but there wasn't anything memorable or special about the movie, aside from the performances. ~June 9, 2015~

Jessica B (it) wrote: Great movie! I loved it!