The Further Perils of Laurel and Hardy
Film historian Robert Youngson presents a feature-length anthology of rarely seen silent films by comedy legends Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. Along with clips from many of the shorts that made the duo stars, it includes clips from a 1918 comedy starring Laurel on his own as well as scenes from three shorts Hardy made in 1917 and '18 with his original comedy partner, Billy West. To put the duo's work in context, the film briefly features other comedians who worked with producer Hal Roach.
- Stars:Charley Chase, William Courtright, Kay Deslys, Tom Dugan, James Finlayson, Charlie Hall, Oliver Hardy, Jean Harlow, Jay Jackson, Edgar Kennedy, Tom Kennedy, Stan Laurel, Otto Lederer, Vivien Oakland, 'Snub' Pollard,
- Director:Robert Youngson,
- Writer:Robert Youngson
. You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Further Perils of Laurel and Hardy torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Le dernier film de Philippe Claudel se veut un hommage a la grande comedie italienne des annees 70, le tout importe a Strasbourg....Tout est dit dans ce synopsis avec des personnages assez cliches, malgre quelques beaux moments.
(us) wrote: Pretty decent entertainment!
(kr) wrote: Funny movie, I love how they made it dark and comical at the same time.
(kr) wrote: I enjoyed the film very much. Monsieur Ibrahim is about people interacting as people, not symbols (one reason, Sharif has said, he took the role was to help his grandchildren's generation understand that idea).The man and boy are brought to life by two amazing actors. It is a combination of a sort of coming-of-age movie, and a sort of understanding-religious-tolerance movie, and a bit of educational movie on the Middle East.
(us) wrote: How come all Japanese Chillers are about wee girls and have water in them. Another good remark from the land of the rising sun
(ca) wrote: A great documentary - amazing, exciting and emotional.
(nl) wrote: David Koresh was no doubt a crazy individual who most likely did engage in sex with underage girls, however it is clear that the FBI and the ATF grossly overstepped their bounds and covered-up a massive cluster-fuck that led to the deaths of nearly all the Branch Davidians (many of them innocent children). The film will make you so angry at the federal government and the media.
(br) wrote: Such a cunning little altruistic parasite this guy [Leigh] is. I start the film saying to myself: "The music is awful, the characters are way over the top - no way I'm gonna like this." But damn if he doesn't find a way to make me eat my words.
(gb) wrote: Absolutely clever and engaging
(us) wrote: Love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My all time favorite!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Everyone should watch it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(ca) wrote: A life-changing movie.
(de) wrote: If one's looking for a charming, quirky, romantic dramedy with an unbelievable performance from Albert Brooks, "Broadcast News" is that movie and more. Yet another winner for James L. Brooks.
(ru) wrote: This is one of those cases where the poster art is much more intriguing than the actual movie. The poster makes it looks like a fun horror comedy in the vein of something like Fright Night, but sadly that's not case at all. Zombie Nightmare is one of the most appropriate titles I've ever seen because IT IS a nightmare. Nothing about it is intriguing or good. One of the only things really noteworthy about it is that it features Adam West and a young Tia Carrere, neither of whom can turn in any sort of performance in this piece of trash. The only other thing of note about it is that the Mystery Science Theater 3000 crew did a nice riff on it. But other than that, it's not anything really memorable and you're likely to forget it instantly.
(nl) wrote: Slow paced thriller of interesting proportions, this one is made quite well. Mary Steenburgen stars in 3 roles as an out-of-work actress who accompanies Roddy McDowall to an isolated house for an audition that takes a horrifying twist. A wealthy handicap and assistant McDowall want to use the captive as a look alike whom they've already killed. Her first shock is to wake up to find a finger missing. Director Arthur Penn of Bonnie and Clyde fame. And now for some critism from no less than Roger Ebert who gave this film a rotten. He wants to know why our hostage girl didn't notice the shoulder patches on her first encounter with local police to know where she was. Answer: She was sedated and thought she was saved, but the local police believe the story of the doctor making her seem crazy. Second, he found unreal a bag of goldfish would be offered for every 10 gallons of gas at a station, in the dead of winter no less. Well, he has a point there. Somebody thought that was supposed to be crazy I suppose. But the simple truth about this film is that its pretty good, filled with a dead woman's body that keeps showing up in plenty of scenes. Rigor Mortis should have set in long ago and this body was limber all the time. Putting our Swedish sounding doctor (?) in a wheelchair is scarry? Why do horror villians usually have accents? I guess the original Dracula did pretty well by it so the act continues. Also, the local cops are pretty lame and gullible. The good doctor puts on that patient doctor relationship act and they fall for it. Dead of Winter was rated R for profanity and violence, but I didn't hear any profanity unless it was edited out. Violence yes. In the final scene, our doctor can get around pretty well without his wheelchair has he climbs to the attic to get our heroine captive. All in all, this film has some issues but for the most part you get through it. Cast Mary Steenburgen (hostage victim, plays 3 roles) Mark Malone Roddy McDowall (villain) William Russ Jan Rubes Crew Production Designer: Bill Brodie Producer: John Bloomgarden Composer: Richard Einhorn Set Decorator : Mark S. Freeborn Art Director: Alicia Keywan Screenplay: Mark Malone Associate Producer: Michael MacDonald Editor: Rick Shaine Costume Designer: Arthur Rowsell Director: Arthur Penn (Bonnie and Clyde) Producer: Marc Shmuger Screenplay: Marc Shmuger Cinematographer: Jan Weincke
(gb) wrote: Podria ser un film noir por la historia y los personajes perdedores y con ganas de cambiar sus vidas, con el personaje central la ciudad de Atlantic City. Susan Sarandon y Burt Lacaster memorables.
(fr) wrote: Might have appreciated this flick more if I had any interest in baseball. Just an okay romcom. Not really as great as this score.
(es) wrote: I think it's entertaining but it's really a pretty bland film in terms of character or interesting themes. Kind of like Woody Allen making a Hitchcock film in a sort of pleasant way, but the plot isn't very unique nor does Joaquin Phoenix feel like the rich character we're supposed to believe he is. You want there to be so much more from him given that he's the perfect actor to talk in Woody's writing, but isn't utilized very well here.
(fr) wrote: So where to start?! Okay, it can well argued that the original Jaws is a masterpiece, I believe it's good. But not a masterpiece, but this is a whole another of awful. Taking the story back to the Brody Family could have worked, if the best character wasn't dead and every other member of his family was just plain unlikable. Nothing about any of these people is interesting or worthwhile. But that's not the biggest problem here, oh no. The absolute worst thing about this movie is the plot. Why is the shark coming after them, revenge you might say, it's in the title. How? How does this shark know to go after them? Is it the same shark surviving, is it a relative, and is it a vengeful zombie shark?! Nothing about the premise makes sense. Jaws is a movie that just doesn't lend itself to sequels. One was unnecessary, but two more after that? Hey Hollywood, sometimes it's okay to let films stand by themselves. Not everything needs to be a 'cinematic universe'. Lord knows not something like this, especially this.