Fairly typical Italian "light" fare from the 1960's, this tale mixes comedy and light sexual farce with some success. The serious and somewhat slow Police Inspector and his bumbling assistant investigate reports of "strange goings-on" in a rural community. A flying saucer with more bells & whistles than Rube Goldberg ever dreamed of dispenses comely female aliens, dressed (barely) in silver "bathing suits" with strategically-placed bubbles who wander about -- mixing in with a "Mardi Gras", and are chased by giddy males to no avail. The highlight of this film is the music, which is haunting. The true shame is that this film is not available on VHS or DVD, and that the soundtrack is not to be found. This film used to be a staple of "late night" "fill-the-time" movie features at local television affiliates.
Sam D (kr) wrote: One of the best documentaries I've ever seen. It's constantly gripping and enlightening, whilst giving a strong argument for a vegan diet.
Bruno V (nl) wrote: Exiting to follow , how it's gonna end ....whooo ....stupid , it ends ...like i wan't to kill the maker of this movie !
Venkat M (fr) wrote: in the same genre as dhobi ghat. a bit boring in parts, but you come out of the theatre feeling good and applauding the movie. extremely natural performances from all actors.
Jay B (fr) wrote: This surprisingly adult film is certainly beautifully animated, but its lame plot and poor voice acting leave much to be desired. Although, nerds should have no issue pulling their pud to Supergirl and Wonder Woman... they are hot as fuck here.
Nafees M (de) wrote: hope it ll b gr8 film
Peter F (kr) wrote: Lee's ambitious adaptation of Richard Price's novel has all the ingredients to be an instant classic, from a great cast to relevant subject matter. Unfortunately, the lukewarm script keeps it from being better-than-average, but this movie will most likely go down as a precursor to HBO's The Wire (which all of you should see).
Alex S (br) wrote: Nonsensical editing, horrible acting, and atrocious dialogue, the only thing that keeps this movie afloat is the sense of danger that it took making it, but that has nothing to do with the quality of the movie. Consistently unintentionally funny, Roar is a movie you can miss and probably smart for doing so.
Michael B (mx) wrote: My second favorite Burt Reynolds movie. My first of course being Smokey and the Bandit.
Richard L (mx) wrote: Nearly 100 minutes of provocative material in which there is a little something to offend or gross-out anyone.
Dylan D (jp) wrote: Bad Boys II doesn't reinvent the wheel, it just makes it bigger, faster, and more attractive. The film is little more than a collection of high intensity action scenes with a tons of irreverent humor and mild characterization tossed in between. It's slick, high energy fun and a huge success for what it is and wants to be, which is, essentially, the quintessential Michael Bay experience.