History is anything but boring in this decadent double feature from sexploitation producer Harry Novak. Romeo (Forman Shane) and Juliet (Dicora Carse) love each other, but they also love everyone else in town in The Secret Sex Lives of Romeo and Juliet. And in The Notorious Cleopatra, Marc Antony (Johnny Rocco) is forbidden to touch gorgeous houseguest Cleopatra (Sonora) but finds the Egyptian queen too sexy to resist. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Eddie K (ru) wrote: Historical drama or comedy doesn't suit this film. It's best viewed as a historical vignette. The aesthetic and acting is good, but the pace is slow and socially anachronistic at times. The nature of FDR and Eleanor's relationship(s) contrasted a little harshly with the story of the Hyde Park picnic, but Murray and Linney played their parts well. Olivia Coleman was also good in her supporting role.
Zahid C (ca) wrote: Day: Thursday Date: 15 Aug 2013 Time: 9.00 pm With: Noone On: HDTV
Fawn O (jp) wrote: Secondhand Lions is a pliable, sweet-tempered, and crisp family drama surely to spark audaciousness and an appetite for mischief. It is a situational comedy following an edifying tale of a shy preteen boy named Walter (played by the lovable Haley Joel Osment) who is left abandoned by his impetuous mother and forced to brave an provocative summer in Texas with his bizarre and capricious uncles, Hub and Garth, who aren't used to being in the presence of children, especially one with a demeanor so vastly different from their own. When Walter gets wind of some local gossip regarding his uncles, he begins to ask them questions prompting them to eventually relay riveting and eccentric tales of their dramatic youths, which rejuvenates their buoyant spirits and childlike vigor. [C] -- 56%
Tino R (gb) wrote: A womanizing gynecologist...now that's freaking hilarious LOLBut yeah, this was more boring than funny.
David T (es) wrote: Enjoy Drew Barrymore's perfect job.
scott g (jp) wrote: Cheap 90s knock off, Captain america and Fantastic four got the same treatment, Hasselhoff is a terrible Fury, and this is a typical 90s straight to video effort, bad in many ways, there really isnt much going for it apart from laughable lines. Avengers 2012 coming up, and possible Nick fury films. so really no need to see this bad film.
bill s (de) wrote: Starts out fine with the pent up anger but by the end the viewer feels exhausted.
Marcus W (us) wrote: Cheesy in a likeable kind of way
Adam S (kr) wrote: Most criminals in movies are good at what they do or career criminals. These guys are just desperate and way over their head, which is what I think is the case most of the time.
Frederick D (ag) wrote: this is a pretty good movie....." IS that black enough for you!?!?!"..LOL...CLASSIC BLAXPLOITATION!!
Sean C (ca) wrote: An amusing little comedy.
Blke W (ru) wrote: With a good eye for costuming the makers of this murder mystery had a bit more than just the twist of a sword when the time came for action, there were twists and turns throughout. But is the real-time effectiveness to the 16th century Spain and the ways of the inquisitors that brings us from the Court to the Sheffif (Christopher Lambert) investigating strange murders of lords and nobelmen of the area and through corruption and mercinaries nothing other than than the stuggling lawman would stop the killing.
Indira S (us) wrote: ouch this might be my least favorite of fred's movie :I
Jonathan B (gb) wrote: Surely one of the classic Carry On movies, Carry On Cleo sees the regular cast on fine form with the traditional British smut and innuendo. Has some great one-liners and double-entendres delivered with knowing ease by Sid James, Kenneth Williams, Joan Sims and Charles Hawtrey. The movie manages to poke fun at all those great Roman epics as slaves Hengist and Horsa battle the empire in a bid to return to Britain. While this is going on, Caesar (brilliantly played by Williams) sends the trusted Mark Anthony on a mission to form an alliance with Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt. Totally silly and harking back to a different, less politically correct era this 1964 film still makes me giggle.
Leonard D (us) wrote: One of Eddie Murphy's best films!
Robert H (ag) wrote: This is arguably the best animated film Disney ever made. Beautiful animation, wonderful songs, and great emotional themes: it pretty much has it all and then some. And the 'Pink Elephants on Parade' sequence is certainly the most surreal that Disney has ever been. Aside from some mildly racist caricatures and a questionable happy ending (the goal for "freaks" should be monetization?), DUMBO is practically perfect.
Kimberli H (it) wrote: Interesting insight!