The Blue Angel follows Immanuel Rath (Emil Jannings) through a transformation from esteemed educator at the local Gymnasium (college preparatory high school) to a cabaret clown in Weimar Germany. Rath's descent begins when he punishes several of his students for circulating photographs of the beautiful Lola Lola (Marlene Dietrich) the headliner for the local cabaret, The Blue Angel. Hoping to catch the boys at the club, Professor Rath goes there later that evening and meets Lola herself. Consumed with desire and determined to remain at Lola's side, Rath returns to the night club the following evening (to return a pair of panties that were smuggled into his coat by one of his students) and stays the night with her. The next morning, reeling from his night of passion, Rath arrives late to school to find his classroom in chaos and the principal furious with his behavior.
Dena S (it) wrote: A nice light romantic comedy about a girl looking for love with 30 exs before her sister wedding prove something to her family.
Ed K (jp) wrote: Pretty solid all around.
Brendan M (ru) wrote: This was literally the funniest movie I have ever seen in my life. I am not joking. It was so terrible, it was comical. I am not even exaggerating that statement-- it is absolutely HILARIOUS. Worth watching for that reason.
Yariv A (nl) wrote: A total waste of a good idea
Donovan D (jp) wrote: Stars Anthony Wong playing almost the exact same character from "The Untold Story".
Ali S (es) wrote: I think it's wild that this was based on a true story. It's one of those films where you spend the whole time rooting for the main character because you like him even though if you were to examine the situation objectively you'd probably turn him in.
Bill B (us) wrote: Okay, this was a largely terrible film, but I'm rating it based on my level of enjoyment and the interest I got from poking fun at it, because it really only works on that level.Rental, or maybe a hard pass if you can't get into the 'so bad it's good' kinda mindset.
Justin W (nl) wrote: i'm not sure what's funnier...the concept of four midget monsters running around for eighty minutes or the acting found within. but yeah...it's got a midget dracula, mummy, werewolf, and frankenstein...it's got absolutely terrible acting....wonderfully terrible jokes...it's amazing. movies don't get much dumber than this...and this one is dumb in a fun way.