The Nutty Professor

The Nutty Professor

Jerry Lewis directed, co-wrote and starred in this riotously funny movie that set a new standard for screen comedy and inspired the hit remake. Lewis plays a timid, nearsighted chemistry teacher who discovers a magical potion that can transform him into a suave and handsome Romeo. The Jekyll and Hyde game works well enough until the concoction starts to wear off at the most embarrassing times.

Nerd. Milquetoast. Klutz. These are just three of the many undesirable words that can be used to describe Professor Julius Kelp. But all that changes when the chemistry expert invents a potion that transforms him into a suave, sexy chick magnet, whom Julius aptly names Buddy Love. Unfortunately, there's one side effect: Buddy can't control when he'll change back into Julius, an event that always happens at inopportune times. How will Julius/Buddy resolve his Jekyll-and-Hyde dilemma? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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SaBrina J (us) wrote: I had seen this movie. I thought it was a great movie.

Josh E (br) wrote: I think it's only fair I share with you that I worked on this movie, but I have worked on many movies and none have have inspired me to write up a review until now. Democracy at work is a pointed and intelligent satire of modern american politics. A rare film that will have you thinking about important issues while you pee your pants laughing at the same time. Crisply directed, shot in glorious black and white, and full of pitch perfect performances DAW may be the surprise comedy of the year. Interweaving three equally hilarious story lines DAW is a throwback to the classic comedies of the 30's and 40's but with a modern and topical twist. Highly recommended that you catch this gem of a film while it's still out. With all the Political nonsense going on with the elections these days, it's nice to have a film that reminds us of how ridiculous it all is. One of my top 10 films of the year. 5/5 Stars.

Patrick H (br) wrote: This is the most earth shattering myth breaking visionary movie I've ever seen. It weaves together all the various threads of truth that are emerging about how our money, economy, government, food, medical system . . . are controlled by a secret global elite. I would have fallen out of my chair in shock if I hadn't already been exposed to many of the truths that are poignantly shared in this incredible documentary. To go even deeper and become activated in co-creating the solution also visit the Thrive Movement's website. Please share this information far and wide. We all need to awaken to the truth (i.e. take the "red pill" in the Matrix) and reclaim our personal and collective freedom.

Howard E (us) wrote: At least once a year we're given a film about teenagers. If they're not wizards, vampires, werewolves, star-crossed lovers or smart-mouthed too-cool-for-schoolers, they're fodder for some misunderstood slasher. Rarely are we given a film that portrays adolescent angst with refreshing honesty. Thankfully, we have such a film in THE SPECTACULAR NOW.Sutter Keely is a popular high school senior. He's charmingly cocky, self-assured and he gets along great with everyone. He loves his part-time job at a men's clothing store and he has a nice car. He also loves his alcohol and he's never very far away from his next supersized, whiskey-laced soft drink. Life is great for Sutter and he has no plans to change anything. One day, after his girlfriend dumps him, he gets drunk and wakes up on the lawn of his classmate, Aimee Finecky. She's different from all the other girls he knows. She's a bit of a science fiction nerd but she's sweet. She dreams of a bright future for herself and whomever she should marry. Sutter, on the other hand, lives only in the now. He has no dreams. Yet, somehow, they're drawn together.Like most teenagers, Sutter and Aimee both have parental issues. Both want to stand up to their mothers but neither has the confidence to do so. For Aimee, she wants to go to an out-of-state university but her mother wants her to stay home. For Sutter, he wants to reconnect with his estranged father but his mother wants to keep them apart. When they make a pact with each other to challenge their parents' decisions, they set the wheels in motion that will change their lives forever.Sutter tracks down his father, and he and Amy go off to visit him. What they find is not what they expect. Like Sutter, his dad lives only for the moment. As he says to Sutter, "live fast, die hard, and leave a beautiful memory". Sutter's eyes are opened for the first time and, although he sees the path he is on, he feels he is not worthy enough to have a life that is any different. Amy, on the other hand, sees Sutter differently. In fact, everyone from his teacher to his sister, boss, best friend, ex-girlfriend (Brie Larson, DON JON) and even his ex's new boyfriend, see Sutter differently. They see that if he can ever love himself as much as they love him, he will be awesome.If we were not Sutter growing up, we certainly knew kids who were. That's what makes this film so appealingly heartbreaking. He is confident on the outside but is a ball of insecurity on the inside. Aimee, on the other hand, is just the opposite but she is just as authentic. Not surprisingly, THE SPECTACULAR NOW won a special award at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival for its principal actors, Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley, who both shine in the film. The National Board of Review named THE SPECTACULAR NOW as one of 2013's Top Ten Independent Films and the Phoenix Film Critics' Society called it the Most Overlooked Film of the Year.The film isn't scheduled to come to Hong Kong (no surprise) but if you can find it either in DVD format or online (legally, of course), get it and watch it with your teenage kids. Please note, though, that there is one scene of sex and nudity.

Jamie C (mx) wrote: Weird but funny, Not as good as the show as most of the jokes just felt recycled.

Marcin W (it) wrote: Didn't bother the characters' tragedies though I liked some shots.

Fred M (it) wrote: La explicacin a por qu se nos perdan cuando ramos nios para aparecer en lugares inverosmiles. La gracia radica en que, contra toda razonabilidad, la vida de los juguetes sea un secreto que a los humanos simplemente no les sea permitido descubrir. Como una ley universal. Por eso es un desatino que el secreto sea revelado para solucionar la trama. 5/10

Erick Alberto R (us) wrote: Flair and french countryside with a twist on Luxirous Paris and Cannes, offer romantic and fun with Meg and Kevin... Loved it in everyway.

Brad S (ru) wrote: When i first saw this film almost 20 yrs ago, I thought it was the weakest of the trilogy and didn't see much in it, but now re-watching it on blu-ray I have a much greater appreciation for it. i really liked the story and the journeys it takes the viewer on. Perfect ending as well. Give this one a try!

Doug W (it) wrote: Very funny. A real feel good movie. It won't win any awards for acting or directling but the story makes up for it all.

Phalon S (it) wrote: I read an interesting article where there was an interview with BOTH Penny Patterson and Koko. It was intesting what kind of things Koko would say! 8-D

Allan C (fr) wrote: Probably the best blaxploitation title of all time, with exception of this film's sequel "Scream, Blacula, Scream!" or "Blackenstein". Despite the very silly title, it's actually a pretty entertaining bit of 1970s horror.

Laci R (ag) wrote: Elvis Fan!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jim R (nl) wrote: This is pretty much the exact same plot as Top Gun, just with "F-14 Tomcat" crossed out and "race car" written over it. Adolescent in the awesome sens of the term.