Two young gentlemen living in 1890's England use the same pseudonym ("Ernest") on the sly| which is fine until they both fall in love with women using that name|
which leads to a comedy of mistaken identities... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Importance of Being Earnest
Two young gentlemen living in 1890s England use the same pseudonym ("Ernest") on the sly, which is fine until they both fall in love with women using that name, which leads to a comedy of mistaken identities...
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Kevin S (ag) wrote: Shirts is one of the funniest characters I've seen in recent memory
Ed D (es) wrote: I feel the need to bury these Sandler movies, purely just to get it out my system. It's a crime that he's still got so much power within Hollywood to produce these unfunny bores.Like with Chuck and Larry, my pigheaded view once again is that the leading lady be the only good thing to draw. The lovely Kate Beckinsale of course.My main issue with this is its ending, it really does cheat you out of your money. That is, if you chose to willingly hand over money for something so hideously embarrassing. Even before the ending, this film becomes increasingly morbid as it goes on, as it retreads the same familiar shtick about how this uninteresting schmuck needs to be a better father and husband, to extreme lengths.Look at the poster. Look at it.You don't need this in your life. Now go and watch Persona.
Skyler B (ru) wrote: hahahahahahaha... just say no to drugs. and this movie. then see this movie, anyhow.
Meagan K (es) wrote: Great movie, seen it a million times. Hans Mathieson is HOT!
Jay A (nl) wrote: Very Childish Very Bad, Truly The Worst Movie Ever Made!
Allan C (ru) wrote: A group of 80s Floridians decide they're going to sneak into Cuba to find $1 million in can that was hidden when Castro took control of the country. Their plan, of course, does not go as planned and they find themselves in all sorts of hot water with Cuban authorities and with each other. The film really wanted to have that "The Lady From Shanghai" steamy hotbed of people on a boat feel to it, but it really doesn't come close, despite a decent cast that includes Faye Dunaway, Daniel J. Travanti, Ned Beatty and Kim Cattrall looking really young and cute. However, the nice 80s vibe to the film was enough to hold my interest.
Keith T (fr) wrote: Very solid war movie set in the Pacific (New Hebrides) in Spring 1942, just after the fall of Singapore. Unusual, for that particular theatre, in that it is principally a British action and British cast, with Henry Fonda and Cliff Robertson thrown in (presumably) to improve the North American Box office. Shown in a the 6pm to 8pm slot on Channel 5 it was noticeable that the first hour went by uninterupted by commercial breaks.
RoAn F (de) wrote: Stylish and dark. The dark humor eases the tension
Emma J (it) wrote: A pretty straightforward anti-war movie with a lovely cast.
Col S (it) wrote: What a gem of a movie......Great acting and very funny.loved every minute it...a must see movie!!!!!!!!