Gilbert Wooley is a second-rate magician who is sent to entertain the troops in the pacific. During his time in Japan he becomes attached to a little orphan boy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Geisha Boy
Gilbert Wooley is a second-rate magician who is sent to entertain the troops in the pacific. During his time in Japan he becomes attached to a little orphan boy.
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Kathryn R (es) wrote: Even worse than Flowers in the Attic! Whoever adapted the story into a screenplay ought to be ... locked away in an attic, forever, left to read nothing but the Dollanganger series by VC Andrews! That way, they'd be forced to constantly revisit where they went oh-so-wrong in this abomination!Hennie: was DEAF and MUTE in the story, and communicated by writing noted??not talking to guests at funerals?! Julian Marquet and Catherine Dollanganger were MARRIED and conceived Jory before Julian's accident, then suicide! And where was the character of Paul Sheffield in this crappy film? I don't seem to recall Corrine Foxworth lighting her mother on fire! Creative license is one thing. This was butchery!
Cha t (nl) wrote: See lizards weaqring prosthetics playinf dinosaurs. This is an early Irwin Allen (Towering inferno) venture into special effect. Skip it. It sucks but it was as good as we could get as a kid.
Michael (mx) wrote: Bleeding-heart bullshit.
Sonny D (ru) wrote: Interesting idea, bad acting, bad makeup, funny movie.
Ungly F (br) wrote: Worst fucking acting ever
Jess B (ag) wrote: #onehourphoto it may be @robinwilliams best performance. @markromanek shoots an incredible film. A simple plot but enjoyable 7/10 #bestactor #bestdirector
Sharice H (es) wrote: Every shot radiates a dysfunctional family crossing onto the edge of "normal" and back.
Jayakrishnan R (ag) wrote: 77%Saw this on 25/4/16The film may not have been able to retain its shear inventiveness throughout its whole length, but it clearly achieves its objective in becoming an engaging parody of the Gothic whodunit subgenre. Its third act is extensively brain storming and may not appeal to all, I for one found two of the endings to be bad and one to be average.
Carlyn D (es) wrote: Nolan Gerrad Funk is a hotttttie
Reece L (fr) wrote: Comedically, Brewster McCloud expertly straddles the line between absurdism and reality and nails a very specific tone comparable to that of the great Putney Swope and Paul Thomas Anderson's Inherent Vice, filled with pop-culture references and ridiculous sight gags. As a narrative, it seems to be singularly preoccupied with the idea of human ambition being repeatedly undercut by our own shortcomings. It's not really necessary to attempt to engage it on that level, however; it works just as well when experienced passively.
Gregory S (jp) wrote: Thor Hyerdahl's video diary of the most incredible journey. To ride the current from South America to Polynesia. Using nothing more than the most primitive materials. Captivating and awe inspiring.
Rob B (br) wrote: Drive is a perfect mixture of everything that you would like in cinema, and blends it together in an underrated classic that can be one of the best movies ever.
Brandon S (kr) wrote: Pure imagination and fun. Robert Rodriguez has proven that it isn't impossible to make a good special effects-heavy movie on a relatively small budget.
Julien E (es) wrote: Mon avis est trs partag. La premire partie se veut un bon film d'horreur qutaine comme on apprcie toujours. Jusque l, a passe. Puis, la seconde partie tourne en n'importe quoi et mme si la poursuite travers les chanes de tlvision est excellente, la finale vient ridiculiser le tout. Au fond, Shocker est un trs moyen Craven.