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The Floorwalker

After causing havoc on the sales floor Charlie goes to the office floor. There he runs into the store inspector (who looks exactly like him) who has just robbed the safe and knocked out the...

. . There he runs into the store inspector (who looks exactly like him) who has just robbed the safe and knocked out the. After causing havoc on the sales floor Charlie goes to the office floor

The Floorwalker is a funny movie of Alexa. The released year of this movie is 1916. We can counted many actors in this movies torrent, such as Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell, Lloyd Bacon, Albert Austin, Charlotte Mineau, Leo White. The kind of movie are Comedy. The rating is 6.7 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movie to watch. Share with your friends and watch this movie together

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Users reviews


Carlos M (ca)

Kevin Smith's shot at a "serious" movie is this infuriating, terribly directed and unfocused mess that only manages to be morally disgusting in its childish, inconsistent political ideas while also full of implausible situations and long, unnecessary monologues


daniel m (kr)

Instead of taking advantage of Barrymore that forgets everything prior to an accident, Sandler thinks outside the box to not only win her heart daily but keep her forever. Main guy from Rudy flexing all the time along with pot smoking, dolphin trainer Rob Schneider help drew and adam turn the film into 5star classic. good comedy with romance that couples or family can enjoy


Denise P (jp)

Deftly Blending gut-wrenching anxiety with devastating relationship drama, The Strangers makes for a viscerally frightening experience that proves loud noises and a middle-of-the-woods setting are the key to slow-building suspense -- and showcases the arrival of three new villains taking center stage in the genre


John D (it)

Ursula Andress looks lovely and young Larry Domasin charms his way through his scenes. Some nice location shots and a decent soundtrack add to the fun here, with the trapeze flashbacks providing big laughs as part of the absurd plot. I tend to like campy Elvis more than serious Elvis, at least when it comes to his acting career


Jona S (ru)

Better than the third at least but not as great as the first two. Shrek Forever After is not a bad film


Mark S (us)

yet again upon viewing this kind of movie that constantly fails to scare or impress,we're left wondering how it is that they ever get made in the first place,and why no one ever comes along to make something more original to entertain our thirst for fear at the cinema. . . . Stuffed with pretty standard hocus pocus


Perk C (gb)

Sobering. Wow. Especially for the people caught in the middle. Makes you think about how many lives are affected by the war and how sad it is. You really feel the pain he's going through. Amazing raw footage as well as aftermath after returning home and beginning the healing process. Very deep and eye opening documentary about not only a life changed but a marriage changed by an injury in war


Phyl A (ca)

Just being stupid makes a person a loser. Still a loser


Rae H (it)

You gotta hand it to a chubby nerdy kid who went from slinging pizzas to multi-million dollar weed deals. Some stupid stoner kids get in way over their heads and regret follows. It reminds me a lot of Alpha Dog. Surprisingly well done


Rebecca C (de)

Boring. The overacting done by the Russian thugs was so bad that any story about the father trying to get resolve for his family before he died is completely lost