Teddy Bears' Picnic
In Harry Shearer's tongue-in-cheek comedy, a waiter at Zanbesu Glen (a chi-chi Northern California resort) uses his movie camera to spy on the annual communal vacation of a group of rich, white U.S. government and business leaders who drink and carouse to excess while plotting their next move on the global stage. His goal? To sell the embarrassing and incriminating footage to the media and expose the "leaders" for what they really are.
- Stars:John Michael Higgins, Ming-Na Wen, Henry Gibson, David Rasche, Brenda Strong, Thom Sharp, Judith Owen, Gilley Grey, Julie Payne, Robert Mandan, Morgan Fairchild, Michael McKean, Alan Thicke, Harry Shearer, Justin Kirk,
- Director:Harry Shearer,
- Writer:Harry Shearer
In Harry Shearer's tongue-in-cheek comedy, a waiter at Zanbesu Glen (a chi-chi Northern California resort) uses his movie camera to spy on the annual communal vacation of a group of rich, white U.S. government and business leaders who drink and carouse to excess while plotting their next move on the global stage. His goal? To sell the embarrassing and incriminating footage to the media and expose the "leaders" for what they really are. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Teddy Bears' Picnic torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Great action loving the clichs a great watch
(ag) wrote: Finally a non martial arts role for the infamous Jackie Chan. "Shinjuku Incident" is part gangster movie and part social drama. The film forgoes flashy action scenes in favor of old-fashioned moralism. Overall, Jackie Chan is at his finest... And that's saying a lot!
(br) wrote: I think no much people liked this movie, it's very tedious. In my opinion no one can identify with the character played by Dano. I think the movie don't explodes the skills of De Niro and that's a big mistake. Anyway, for simple entertainment the movie almost reach an OK. It's funny; after watching this movie i had an inspiration to write. (Sorry if I had any misspelling, I'm mexican )
(es) wrote: the best movie ever!!
(jp) wrote: y se le sigue sacando partido a los tiburones y desde que me de miedo dir que es pasable
(ca) wrote: Excellent movie. Highly recommend. Wasn't expecting much when I decided to watch it, but I was very surprised. I remember hearing this story referenced in other documentaries and survival shows, but didn't know the story. Again, this is only based on the true events, but helps put the reference into perspective.
(ca) wrote: When we are snatched, we must tell our side of the story. When naturally all good stories snatches our attention. When we are snatched by what we are attracted to, what puzzles us and what it means. When we snatched by some names that we remember, some words we recall, and some faces we never forget. What snatches us is a good heist we pull off. What snatches us is the rewards and payouts it brings. When naturally we are attracted to snatching shiny things when live in bummed parts. What snatches us is look and feel of power, the hurting we ought to give and winners that come out. When you don't want to be snatched by us when you suffer the consequences when you displease us and when your treated like a piece of meat that better perform. When we snatching comes natural to us when we hear the goods on some people to send the word. When we need to snatch from others whom have snatched. When we can't help but snatch something priceless, rare, and a great deal when it's free. When we snatch more then we bargain for when we are addicts and get hooked fast. When we can't help but snatch a profit for ourselves and look the part. When we snatch some spots of our own that we can stand freely unless scared off. When snatching comes easy when you live in some parts that are dodgy that you have to keep your eyes open. When snatching doesn't come easy when you settle all transactions with a fight. When some snatches are prized winners. When snatching comes easy when all transactions are handled in our snatch system ways where we always get what we want. When some snatches are worthless when we rely on others to snatch a good price. When snatching is easy when it's the only living we can get. When there plenty of snatches that keep us a float when we have bookies. When every snatch starts with a good plan, until we compromise it and everything goes wrong. When we are facing a drought of good snatches when all go down one by one. When we can easily fall in the grips of a snatch when we are in debt and when we lose somethings that aren't ours. When we need to get out of a snatch when our life depends on it. When there are plenty of snatches when there are plenty of hidden industries to exploit. When some snatches we enjoy the looks and no harm in and others we stay away from when it ain't us. When some snatches are easy when we grab them from the bottom of the barrel of other snatchers. When some snatches are harder then what they seem when they gave protocol for such issues and have tight security. When everyone falls into the snatch when they lose. When we are not in the business to force our way out of a snatch. When others do anything to get out of a snatch that pays us in return. When we don't fall into any snatch when we only fight for ourselves and have another fight for us too. When some snatches are blocked that we can't get in. When some snatches are easy when we know how our opponents mind works to pick the winner. When we have our own tricks up our slaves to pull out anything out of our snatch. When some snatches we are deep in that we don't know how to come out of. When all we need to do is snatch those involved and get rid of them or propose an offer they can't refuse. When all we need is to snatch someone whom is the next best thing when their legend proceeds them.When we need to snatch a couple good snatchers to get us the news and information we need when they have the inside tips. When we have unreliable snatchers that we got to do the job ourselves and everyone has to pay a price for being in the snatch. When we snatch somethings by taking away another close to them to send the message you can't snatch us but we can snatch you to establish dominance. When some snatches find there way to us when we don't know that no one is looking at snatching us. When we need to snatch the snatchers to get out of a snatch. When some snatches we don't worry about when they are not snatchers whom we owe or are snatchers that don't know. When the only snatch we are, are the lady ones when we mock unprofessional snatchers. When we are not going to snatch all the time when we show mercy or are just plain lucky. When there are less snatchers the better when our odds improve. When less snatches means less we are in the snatch and we call it all off. when some snatchers we underestimate and get away. When we never go down to a snatch to keep fighting for ourselves, betting on ourselves and fending for ourselves when we hold all the odds, snatches and come out any snatch more alive and richer then ever before. When all our snatches are gone and we owe no one. When you never know what cards you will be dealt to come out a snatch and live a life to its fullest. When we all reach the end of our life to pay the last big snatcher before we know our next destination.
(es) wrote: Bullets and boobage are great but what about snakes infected with cancer? Yes it has that too!
(it) wrote: Deserves it's cult status as one of the more nasty Video Nasties--Greek Gore!!
(mx) wrote: Has absolutely nothing on the first one. Worth seeing it you're a fan, but otherwise I'd exercise discretion.
(ru) wrote: Set aside all the beautiful visuals and beautiful actors, this is by far one of the most boring film's I've ever seen in my life. Wow. You can all skip this one.
(de) wrote: Filmed in 1934 and starring Frederic March in a role that helped make him the greatest actor of the early talkies. Clocking in at 80 minutes, this version is far superior to "Meet Joe Black," with a concise script, strong cast and haunting effects. Essential.
(fr) wrote: Though many understandably find it difficult to look past the cloying sentimentality and logistical problems that emerge towards the end of the film, it's hard to deny the talent behind the camera. Signs is shot and edited with a clear understanding of how to develop mood, containing 4 shots in particular that wormed their way into my brain and have a tendency re-emerge when I'm on edge late at night. For me its power is only partially undone by the eye-roll inducing last 5 minutes.
(ag) wrote: This hilarious teen comedy is a lot of fun, I love it, it should be added to the list of essential 80s teen movies! I highly recommend it.
(it) wrote: Wreck-It-Ralph is a cute movie with a charming cast, brilliant animation and sly in-jokes.
(ru) wrote: This is another one of my favorite 80s movies. I always thought it would be cool to be able to control the time/space device.