Tock, heir to a long line of comedians has a problem. He is not funny. Constantly upstage by his younger sister, he falls in love with a dermatologist who incidentally is the only one who finds him funny. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Little Comedian
Tock, heir to a long line of comedians has a problem. He is not funny. Constantly upstage by his younger sister, he falls in love with a dermatologist who incidentally is the only one who finds him funny.
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Charlie L (nl) wrote: Terrible. But kids will love it.
James I (au) wrote: B Grade animal horror, but as the film never set out to do anything other then this you could say it achieved its goals. There are about a million worse films in this genre so all in all not that bad. Hardly Jaws though.
J K (mx) wrote: Oh goody, a movie about elderly insane old ladies. Sign me up!
David F (br) wrote: I think Die Another Day is the best pre-Daniel Craig Bond film there is. Although Brosnan is American, he pulls off being British pretty well. Lots of action in this one, and most of it is just about believable.
Rita T (fr) wrote: Sci-fi, krim, action, tam samfunnskritikk, menns angst for kvinners uforstaaelige natur og kaotisk politietterforskning blandes sammen i en seig smorje som smaker mye, men ikke spesielt godt. Anazahevun er hakket for lang, den gaar aldri i dybden paa noen av de titalls temaene den sneier borti og cgi-effektene er et kapittel for seg.. Potensialet tilsier at filmen kunne blitt uendelig mye bedre med en annen regissor bak rattet.
Walker S (es) wrote: Pretty funny not amazing
Omar F (br) wrote: I love it... The story, the scenery, the performance of the actors... and the fact that at the end, love wins against lies... I love the way they talk! Underbar!
Andy D (jp) wrote: Watched this with my daughter...sure it starred Ted Danson and Joely Richardson though...hmmm...not a bad "cuddle-up-with-your-8-year-old-daughter" movie though...
Jack H (es) wrote: Nothing makes any sense in this movie. The definition of an odd numbered Star Trek movie
Chance P (us) wrote: Loved the T.V. show and all the characters. It felkt like an extended epsiode so I like it.
TingTing W (de) wrote: It was kind of a boring movie...maybe the book was better?
Jesse Z (jp) wrote: ** 1/2 out of 4 stars A picture like this needs to have characters that we care about
Ernesto S (jp) wrote: One of the best Mexican films, if not the best, marks the debut of the great Diana Bracho who would later become the country's most versatile actress. Probably the only Ripstein film where he's actually restrained, under control and without falling into his usual excesses that would be the trademark of his highly irregular filmography.The film has almost a poetic visual quality about the suffocation of a family being trapped in a house by his psychotic patriarch. Based on a real story.
Rachel R (de) wrote: I loved the book, and the movie almost does it justice!
TonyPolito (kr) wrote: The storyline is pretty flat for a Western, but the cast and their deliveries make this quite worthy viewing.McQueen's parents were killed by three dirty cowpokes and he doggedly hunts them down for revenge. He nails the first two, but his travels along the way -- a couple of pious women, a supportive friar -- have taught him that perhaps forgiveness is the better route, so when he corners that third killer ... well, you get the picture.Still there's a lot of MidCentury acting power on deck here and they are what make this film work. McQueen, of course, but also very good work from Karl Mauldin, Arthur Kennedy, Suzanne Pleshette, Janet Margolin, Pat Hingle & Martin Landau. It's really the string of these performances, not the plot, that keep this film moving along.According to IMDb, Loni Anderson is an uncredited saloon gal; I never noticed her. There WAS another saloon girl with a short but interesting delivery, the saloon girl who was Martin Landau's wife. When McQueen turns up in her hotel room, she portrays well a woman who's extremely titillated to be in a bedroom with the man who planted her husband in the ground. That's Joanna Moore, who later wed Ryan O'Neal and mothered Tatum O'Neal.Numerous sources claim this 1966 movie is a prequel to Harold Robbins' 1961 novel The Carpetbaggers. Not exactly true. The novel does contain a Nevada Smith character, and this film fleshes out some of his background as briefly presented in that novel, but that's about it. The Carpetbaggers is loosely based on the early life of Howard Hughes. And Hughes' 1930ish Hollywood adventures have nothing to do whatsoever with the 1880ish Texas in which this film is set. And this film's screenplay was from the hand of John Michael Hayes, with no meaningful involvement of Robbins at all. The "real connection" was likely nothing more than a fee paid to Robbins in a half-hearted attempt to capitalize on The Carpetbaggers' sexually-steamy success (which was on par with Lady Chatterley's Lover and Tropic of Cancer in its day). That done at a time when viewer interest in the Western genre was fading fast into the sunset.RECOMMENDATION: If you a Western fan and you've missed it, you need to fill in the gap.
Jessica R (nl) wrote: The rating for this movie is just too funny. I enjoyed this movie. It kept me thinking the whole way through. It kept my attention the whole way through. The actors were great, the story was unbelievably good! I LOVED THE ENDING! I wish there were more like this! I don't care about what Rotten Tomatoes rated this movie. I enjoyed this movie. Simple as that.