The Beverly Hillbillies

The Beverly Hillbillies

Jed Clampett and kin move from Arkansas to Beverly Hills when he becomes a billionaire, after an oil strike. The country folk are very naive with regard to life in the big city, so when Jed starts a search for a new wife there are inevitably plenty of takers and con artists ready to make a fast buck

Backwoods farmer Jed Clampett strikes oil on his land, and soon he and his clan have moved to the posh surroundings of Beverly Hills, Calif. There they become the targets of a scheming couple trying to get their hands on Jed's fortune. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Gimly M (de) wrote: Bad TV Movies ran out of things to fuse sharks with.

Facebook U (br) wrote: Self -righteous and a bit psychopathic film about the motivations to kill. Make a point killing, revenge killing, army killing. Don't say the englishes don't know how to find a target and do a proper assassination after this. We better not mention anything about Iraq. Film very mechanical, this murder, that plosion, more murders. The story is very cinematic but leave off so much. Hail the englishes! The best invader ever. With the freedom to kill. At will. Wherever you are....

Stephen Y (fr) wrote: Some theorists say "Robin Hood" was a moniker carried on by several thieves in England, thereby creating a legend of not one person but several people over decades. Tajomaru would be a similar moniker but with the person also possessing a sword named "Namiki" that can cut through steel.A period film, the story revolves around two brothers, an adopted servant, and a princess in Feudal Japan. The two brothers are descendants of a prominent family who share the responsibility of keeping peace in Japan after the Shogun. (They're called Deputy Shogun.) Unfortunately, life in feudal Japan is not so simple and internal strife between the two brothers over the princess and an overall power struggle for control of the family made for a lukewarm storyline. Though Tajomaru was a well made movie compared to other Japanese films, the story, acting, and production quality were just average. Action scenes were also few and far between and the entire movie felt longer than it should have been. Still, the ending of the movie was done well and helped to leave this viewer with a positive impression. As for the actors, I can't say they were bad or good or even memorable. They did their jobs accordingly and perhaps the female actor was attractive(?)In all, I would recommend this film as it was somewhat entertaining and interesting. The movie was just average and as a result, will leave you with an average entertaining experience. Recommended for viewing if you like this genre and enjoy watching Japanese Samurai films. This is a movie everyone in the family can watch regardless of age.

Florence (fr) wrote: Maco um jovem rfo cujos pais foram assassinados por ladres e cujo irmo vive em estado quase catatnico em um hospital psiquitrico. Tudo muda quando uma noite ele decide intervir em um assalto e salva uma reprter, que elogia seu misterioso salvador em televiso nacional, causando uma melhora impressionante na condio de seu irmo. Maco ento decide se tornar um super-heri de carne e osso.

Cathy B (gb) wrote: If one knows anything about Keats before seeing this film, watching it is a both exciting and irritating experience. Is the story of John Keats and Fanny Brawne a bit overly romanticized? Most definitely, however, for some reason the usually overly analytical me did not care one bit. Abbie Cornish is purely sensational as the tough Brawne, and there is (despite complaints of it being too cartoonishly brooding,) a quiet power to Ben Whishaw's performance as Keats. With all of this being said, one could actually watch the film on mute and be just as moved. Jane Campion's natural light gives everyone a pale, dewy complexion. Her digital handheld cameras are crisp and superbly refreshing in a period drama. I think I may have just summed up the film, "superbly refreshing take on the period drama." Yeah, that sounds about right.

Isaac T (es) wrote: Great Australian True Story Drama Movie

Scott M (it) wrote: Starting off my reviews of Christmas movies, Home Alone is an engaging and charming Christmas tale that I believe will be a timeless classic for the years to come. Funny from beginning to end, but also drives an emotional empathy for loneliness and family.

Thomas B (jp) wrote: Chilling and eerie with no easy answers and no real solutions. Full review later.

Dan G (us) wrote: Sad that the only Norwegian movie ever to win an Academy Award has been a documentary. At least it is a fascinating portrayal of our biggest adventurer and explorer Thor Heyerdahl in a captivating true story.

Kevin M W (gb) wrote: The story exists mainly to showcase the songs (only two of which you'll recognize), all done with that patented style of pandering that was Irving Berlin, and the stars endeavor to sell the product. The thing rides on their charisma then, the brotherly bickering between Crosby and Astaire, and for that it ain't too bad. Crosby smoothly delivers White Christmas, and Astaire contributes the memorable firecracker dance routine.

Ryan P (ag) wrote: Dragonheart is another fantasy classic. Sure it's not as good as Lord of the Rings but it's very enjoyable (and underrated). People say the Dragon is weirdly designed. He doesn't bother me at all. I also love how he plays with the knight and pretends to terrorize everyone. People may not see this movie as a masterpiece, but I do.

Panayiota K (mx) wrote: Boring in the beginning but then it gets better