Stone Age Romeos
The stooges hope to collect a reward by proving to a museum that cavemen still exist. They return from their expedition with a film purporting to show some stone age stooges defending their women from other cavemen. The museum curators are about to pay they reward, until they overhear the stooges talking about how they faked the film, with themselves playing the cavemen.
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Stone Age Romeos torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Well, the title already did the review for me! so I'll? give it a star for making my job easier
(us) wrote: Hands down to the team behind the camera for showing the varying perspectives of the two leads that turns out to be beautifully told and surprisingly effective. The movie deserves to be seen because this is sweet, fun and charming and it is genuinely heartfelt and uplifting that anyone can easily fall in love with.
(ca) wrote: my fave movie of all time
(gb) wrote: Flimed in Australia, there were a couple of scenes that actually scared me. I know one of the actors in Komodo
(es) wrote: JEEEZE WOW! I NEED TO RENT THIS
(kr) wrote: A really overlooked film and unheard, but demands a lot of attention and evaluation. Donald Cammell is a film genius and his mosiac cinematic painting really helps with that statement!!
(ca) wrote: Terry Zwigoff's odyssey in producing this low budget doc is almost as memorable as the movie itself, and on Criterion's unexpected, welcomed DVD, he gets a showcase commentary track to tell the story. A longtime aficionado of old time blues and country music, Zwigoff set out to write an article on long forgotten Chicago mandolin master Howard "Louie Bluie" Armstrong, but when he finally tracked down the musician, living in a rundown Detroit housing complex, he was so fascinated by the man that he put his life savings into a film project, and through additional grants, and ingenious self-made situations (like pairing Armstrong with his old recording friend Ted Bogan, and fellow blues masters Ikey Robinson and Yank Rachell for a series of impromptu sessions), a 60 minute film was crafted, serving not only as Armstrong's own charming oral narrative, but of black country blues music dating back almost to the slave quarters. Armstrong, 75 when Zwigoff filmed him, comes off as a man of many talents; besides being a virtuoso mandolin and fiddle player, he's an exceptional painter and narrator, spinning yarns five decades old like they just happened, and cultivating a chronology of his life's experiences (and a bizarre opus about the eroticism of pornography; something in common with Zwigoff's next subject, Robert Crumb) in beautiful watercolor, and surreal whimsy. This is a strange, loving portrait of a man, a sound, a culture, practically lost to the history books and dusty collections of obsessive record collectors; it was worth the director's life savings at the time, and it's priceless now.
(au) wrote: Ahh yes, the perfect choice to wash away the bad taste of watching a highly atrocious and pointless "horror" movie. Sammo hits gold by combining the supernatural, comedy and martial arts, setting the standard for other similar films to come. Delivering to the movie world one of the best concepts in decades: the jumping vampire/living dead zombie. Some of the comedy is, like other Sammo flicks, sometimes a bit of a hit and miss. It comes with the package, but if you don't mind that you will be pleased with great fight sequences and all sort of wacky and creative scenes and characters. Loved the final sequence, hit that bitch Sammo!
(nl) wrote: Funniest film I've ever seen, I've watched it over and over and it's still good
(de) wrote: The movie starts of slow but by the climax it catches it's stride.
(gb) wrote: bette davis is a wide eyed, breathy caricature of herself but claude rains is outstanding as the husband she doesn't love