The Devil's Brother
The Devil's Brother or Bogus Bandits or Fra Diavolo is a 1933 comedy film starring Laurel and Hardy. It is based on Daniel Auber's operetta Fra Diavolo about the Italian bandit Fra Diavolo.
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Maru N (es) wrote: Un documental sobre ovejas de dos horas de duracin, asusta. Y sin embargo, Sweetgrass logra trascender las primeras impresiones y deleitarnos con un documental sencillo y nostlgico sobre una forma de vida que esta llegando a su ocaso. Escenas enteras donde solo se ven, se escuchan, se imaginan nada ms que ovejas; chistes de vaqueros y la inhspita montaa. Un documental que, con la vida cotidiana de este grupo de personas, logra unas dos horas muy entretenidas.
Michael R (nl) wrote: Interesting Story....!
Konrad R (au) wrote: Surprisingly - better than I expected! I've seen much much worse scripts produced for much bigger money!
Cynthia S (br) wrote: Wonderful movie!! Inspiring. Heartfelt. Moving....and so continues my theory that some of the best movies are the ones that I have never heard of.... I found this a heart warming story, and much to be learned from. The main character's determination to realize his dream against all odds is truly inspiring. Makes me count my American blessings.
Weul S (nl) wrote: In this Belgian mockumentary, a film crew follow around a loveable serial killer as he spouts poetry, social critiques, and philosophy, all while mercilessly killing for profit and pleasure. At first darkly comedic, even stealing a running gag from Spinal Tap; then it spirals into a macabre display of orgiastic and addictive psychosis. Not for the faint of heart.
Callie M (it) wrote: Unrealistic, shallow, and cheesy, even for a rom com. Julia Roberts does what she can with her natural charm but the plot is nothing special. I found Richard Gere to be simply unbearable. The materialism was suffocating and the overall message confused. Great soundtrack.
Sean C (ru) wrote: Smith and Jones are a likeable duo but their script and Hodges direction illustrate that all this movie has is one joke to play with for ninety minutes and not a good one at that. Frustrating.
Dena S (gb) wrote: they don't make movies like this anymore. "the cop shit his pants! the cop shit his pants!" haha :)
Michael C (kr) wrote: Great look back at our thinking at the very first part of the Viet Nam War
Gabby R (au) wrote: one of my favorite Hepburn movies so far :)
Jack G (au) wrote: covered in soapy melodrama, and proud of it: Sirk's direction is lush and strange, light and dark. To talk about the plot would make it sound silly, and it probably is. But Sirk has such a great eye with his DP Russell Metty, and his stars are fantastic (Wyman and Hudson mainly) that you almost wouldn't want it any other way. It's a glorious pretzel factory of a movie.
Charles L (gb) wrote: Cary Grant carries a slow mysterious story about a doctor with special skills and methods that some of his colleagues don't all agree with.
Alexander W (us) wrote: Philosophical and charming. The lesson learnt is to let her love you back the way she wants.
Tonya V (ca) wrote: From the description I thought this was going to be a serious movie but turns out it was just a lot of fun! I really enjoyed it.
Michael K (ag) wrote: Could've been a lot better, but I have saw a lot worse . . .
Cory T (us) wrote: A direct continuation of the Phibes' resurrection saga, 'Dr. Phibes Rises Again!' is a lackluster sequel in which Phibes' Shakespearean rants about the River of Life are too long-winded and the methods for dispatching Phibes' enemies are even more graphic which also lessens their macabre wit (a hawk mauling is pretty stomach-churning). The first act is particularly exposition-heavy with another Scotland Yard investigation and the deaths are minimal at best. The MacGuffin in the film is a papyrus which will aid Phibes in his quest for eternal life and it is a rather weak contrivance to relocate the setting to Egypt. At this point Phibes' targets are no longer sympathetic. In fact, Biederbeck is a megalomaniac who is obsessed with his macrobiotic elixir and is vexed by the inconvenience of his henchman's murder via a snake concoction. The only sublime moments blossom from Price's delightful performance such as when Phibes nearly chokes on food which is lodged behind his facial prosthetic or when he gnashes on grapes while a victim agonizingly shrieks from scorpion stings. Obviously Phibes was not destined to be a franchise character as the films have already dovetailed into listless mediocrity.
Rick L (ca) wrote: Weird. Funny in places
Marcelo D (kr) wrote: Incredibly touching movie. The plot is very dense, the development of the story makes is more interesting and the actos are superb. Its a kind of alert to nowadays couples that think marriage is something to play with and forget the childrens interests and feelings. I strongly recommend.
Jack G (nl) wrote: even worse than the 2nd
Stig H (de) wrote: amazing movie, and one of the best of its "time"