The Bowery Boys Meet the Monsters
Slip, Sach and the rest of the Bowery Boys enter a haunted house, where they engage in slapstick with a gorilla, a robot and a vampire
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Huw G (ru) wrote: 23-9-2010: All over the place.24-5-2014: And such a soap opera!
Jessi O (au) wrote: Lame, stupid, poorly done. I have never seen a movie that spent so much time just having people starting at each other and grinning. Could they think of nothing to say?? I'm sorry I watched it all the way thru.
Ammon W (gb) wrote: I want to congratulate the actors and film crew who helped make this movie for being apart of one of the worst movies ever made.
Jairo C (de) wrote: Muy simple pero enorme mensaje
Andy C (ru) wrote: This thriller is dead in the water. It wants to be a commentary on Bill Gates but ends up being more goofy than anything else.
Bill R (ru) wrote: This was really good. I rememver watching this a while back but I still remember everything that happened. Good movie.
Huw G (us) wrote: Quirky, a bit heavy on the cringe early on, but thoughtful at times too. Made in Robinvale!
Isabelle M (jp) wrote: Seen at le Clap in 1995
Ted W (ag) wrote: I wasn't really impressed by this cliched story of a master thief, his plot to steal a fantastic automobile from an impenetrable fortress with the aid of the most inept pair of auto designers and Linda Hamilton at her 80's hair-worst. Every now and then there's a good stunt.
Ryan L (jp) wrote: It's a strange experience re-watching movies you thoroughly enjoyed as a kid. Nowhere near as deep as I remembered it. Right or wrong, I still kinda like it... parts of it at least.
James M (kr) wrote: A decent, likeable wartime comedy, but didn't raise enough laughs to deserve anything better than 3 stars.
Lisa C (au) wrote: was not as good as the first one but still really good
Kristen S (fr) wrote: this is an incredibly fine movie and probably the best war film i've ever seen. expertly directed by john ford and acted by john wayne and robert montgomery. see it, it's fantastic.