The Gay Bride

The Gay Bride

Gangster Shoots Magiz is the producer of the show in which Mary is appearing. She marries him even though she can't stand a thing about him, knowing that in his business he may not be around for long. She's right. A series of loves and deaths ensues.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:80 minutes
  • Release:1934
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:explosion,   murder,   police,  

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Eva B (ca) wrote: It had all of the basic elements of a great movie and was beautifully drawn. It had humour and an interesting backstory. Its something that everyone can enjoy

Darian H (fr) wrote: While a good enough movie on its own merits, it failed to answer any of the questions raised by the first film, and created many more of its own instead. More importantly, the animation quality took a bit of a hit, and the fight scenes (the major draw, of course) failed to cover any new ground. Cyborgs and robots? Seen it. Kuma? Seen him. Rival swordsman also on the path of the headbands? Yeah, yeah, the chain isn't doing much to differentiate him. The only truly impressive and unique fight scenes are one near the very beginning and a couple near the end.... And then the last one, the FINAL FIGHT pulls a total copout and tries to hide it as a "stylistic" ending. You're not fooling anyone, movie, and you just can't live up to the previous installment.Incidentally, why is THIS film up on Flixster, but not the original? Lame.

Carissa A (es) wrote: After I finished seeing it I was totally confused!

Javis C (au) wrote: There is no much to tell about Deuce Bigalow, only that is a typical Rob Schneider comedy, very simple, he is a dumb guy who is fired fromhis job, then a gigolo hires him to take care of his fish, and what happenes next? He "accidentale" destroys the tank and a part of the house is almost destroyed too, so what does he do now? He becomes a gigolo so he can pay the repirements, and that's all.. oH I forgot. He falls in love with one of his clients, but he never had sex with his clients neither.. so there's so little or nothing material in here, don't watch is not worthy of.

Max M (ca) wrote: maniac cop 2 is a great horror sequel of the maniac cop film of course we all remember the maniac cop which he is a zombie cop back from the dead killing a bunch of innocent people but this is a great enjoyable campy gore galore funfest.

Zach M (us) wrote: This was an interesting horror/thriller about a 'Society' of aliens(?) that start assimilating people.Bill start to discover that his family and other students are apart of this and tries to end it.There isn't too much gore until the end party where it just becomes a nasty mess.Brian Yuzna did a good job with this low-key horror/thriller.

Stefanos T (us) wrote: Isabelle Huppert is a great actress. If acting on the screen can be considered performance art, she is one of the many talented people who can prove it. She is passionate, lighthearted and gentle in her movements. Sometimes I lose my faith in screen acting and I tend to look at other things to attract me in a film. Isabelle's face is radiant, arresting, expressive, full with spectrum of emotions. Claude Chabrol is one of my favorite New Wave directors. Personally, I was jaded from all the popular stuff by Godard and what have you but Claude is totally a breath of fresh air. In this particular film, he has magnificently able to evoke the atmosphere and mood of 40's occupied France in the most impeccable fashion. It's not pretentious not excessive. The naturalistic light in combination with the costumes are simply magnificent yet modest. Chabrol understands women and I believe he has great taste in women's fashion.

Allan C (it) wrote: Howard Hawks final film, which he reportedly later said was no good and blamed Wayne for the film's critical and commercial failure due to his being too old to cary a film. It's a pretty old fashioned film, but compared to the revisionist westerns dominating this era, it's not surprising this film wasn't received well. This same year Sam Peckinpah's "The Ballad of Cable Hogue" was released, along with one of the finest non Serigo Leone spaghetti western "Compaeros" along with "Little Big Man," "Monte Walsh," "Ned Kelly," "A Man Called Horse" and "Two Mules for Sister Sara" were all released, which probably made this film seem something of a dinosaur. However, watching the film now, it does stand up as a solidly entertaining old fashioned western. It's certainly not in the same league as Hawkes' "Rio Bravo" or "Red River," but is is in the same category of entertaining westerns such as "El Dorado" or "Hondo." Not a classic, but it's still pretty darn entertaining (Jack Elam as a crazy shotgun toting old coot is impossible to NOT be enjoyable!).

Robert H (de) wrote: It was an excellent film which explores two very different cultures.

John S (nl) wrote: 64% (Rounded Down to 60) The Freshman is fairly mediocre as a comedy, most of the jokes feel dated and fall flat. But even as a romance film, or just as a film on it's own, The Freshman still falters. A good majority of the film goes by mostly routinely. The story isn't necessarily boring, it's actually quite entertaining and interesting. But the very structure of the theme of the film just falls apart at the end. The journey to the end is fun, exciting, and it's hard not to fall in love with the adorable Harold Lloyd. But by the time the credits roll, you feel like you've almost been cheated. It's as if the film takes back everything it had just told you and (even though it was a pretty fun ride) it feels like everything just gets sucked back out. It's a fatal flaw that practically ruins the experience. If the film was at least funny, you wouldn't care so much but, I did not find the film to be laugh-out-loud knee-slappingly funny. It had me smiling most of the time, but the best it ever gave me was a couple of chuckles. It's disappointing. But the entire experience is still rather enjoyable. The story is amusing, and Harold Lloyd is a delight, but by the end, the theme totally turns itself on it's back, and in turn, you feel like turning your back on the film as well. So in other words, The Freshman is a fairly unfunny yet somewhat enjoyable film that others may enjoy more, and despite having an amusing story and a lovable lead character, it suffers from a muddled script and a emotionally confounding ending. Others who enjoy Harold's brand of comedy will still like this, but as I don't, I didn't really enjoy it as much.

Bethany E (ca) wrote: Kinda dumb, kinda interesting

Noelle M (au) wrote: great movie, Will smiths jokes mixed with Tommy lee Jones seriousness ='s to a greatness

Pavinder A (br) wrote: I was pleasantly surprised by this movie. It was nothing special, but the acting, story, cinematography and action ranged from decent to solid. I had a number of complaints, but frankly, it's not worth detailing them. If you like movies about bad asses doing bad ass stuff, with technical movie making skill, watch this movie. You will not be wowed, but you will be interested. 6.5/10.