Phileas Fogg III, great grandson of the original Phileas Fogg, accepts a bet to duplicate his great grandfather's famous trip around the world in response to a challenge made by Randolph Stuart III, the descendant of the original Fogg's nemesis. Unbeknownst to anyone, However, "Stuart" is the infamous con man Vicker Cavendish who made the bet in order to cover up his robbing the bank of England by framing Fogg for the crime. This makes for a dangerous journey for Fogg and his servants (the stooges) and Amelia Carter, whom they rescue from thugs during a train ride. Can they make it back to England in time ?
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Jaekyun P (de) wrote: The Korean movie made for KoreansEvery country has its very own characteristic when they develop a story for love that takes place during youth. While America's story is usually focused on struggling and romance, Korea's story Is neither about struggling nor about romance (of course, it has some romantic & troublesome moments but I'm saying those are not main theme of movie). Instead, it is filled with regret and nostalgia about their immature love in the past. This is why this movie doesn't come home to many foreign people who are not Koreans. Yes, this movie's genre is 'Romance'. However, you shouldn't watch this expecting a romance and love troubles that you would find in movies such as 'Eternal Sunshine'. If I can write the genre for this movie, I would write Korean Romance to demonstrate its uniqueness.If you can understand Seung-Min's shyness and immature behaviors, that means you share a same thinking that Korean people have. However, if you got annoyed by Seung-Min's passive acts, that means you haven't quite understood Korean people. The moment that Seung-Min just runs away when he saw Seo-Yeon being carried by Jae-Wook should make you feel pity, not anger. In the context of this view, this movie is pretty well-made. It really depicts uniqueness of Korean people very well. When movies fail to depicts Korean uniqueness it becomes nothing but dull and annoying movies. However, this movie kept its balance perfectly. Once again, if this movie got you annoyed and reminds of you a word 'douchebag', well try more Korean movies and come back later
Jeff B (kr) wrote: This is an excellent film about a woman who escapes and evangelical Christian cult.
David D (fr) wrote: A great way to spend an afternoon - though the cover of the DVD jacket shows hands strategically placed, strategy goes out the window in this collection of musical numbers that feature some pretty hot nude guys.
Velma C (jp) wrote: More suited for little kids
Richard D (kr) wrote: The most heart felt movie about making movies that I have seen next to Ed Wood. These guys are really creative on how to remake famous movies with no budget. The ending scene is terrific. Seeing everyone come together to laugh and cry at something they worked so hard on.If your a fan of movies, it's a must see.
Margarita S (nl) wrote: This is a slow burn of a movie. It was difficult to initially get into it since it kept abruptly shifting scenes and introducing a variety of characters. The storyline development was stretched out, needlessly so at times. When it eventually all comes together, it's really solid and the last 30 minutes build to an attention getting, action-packed conclusion. All that said, this movie doesn't have any lasting effects. Its commentary on the bastardization of the American Dream is mediocre at best.
Gavin M (kr) wrote: A very emotional and compelling film
Ryan D (us) wrote: I sure do, it's Gar.
Jay N (nl) wrote: Being an Indiana native, a HOOSIER, I may be a little biased here...deal with it. Seriously, one of the best sports movies ever made. Not a big fan of the "Disney" ending, but a good movie's a good movie. A must-see!
David S (br) wrote: An enjoyable enough movie---half of it very much worth the time (that being the Maggie Smith/Michael Caine bits and the Alan Alda/Jane Fonda bits---except the scene at the end). The other two stories feel distinctly like filler, and pretty wheezy filler at that.
Lee (ag) wrote: An enjoyable but dated and cheesy Italian "Exorcist" rip-off. It doesn't have the exact same story as The Exorcist but it borrows heavily from it but without managing to be as scary or chilling and a lot of its attempts to be so end up being quite funny, particularly the obscene language. The effects haven't aged well, especially the optical effects, but there's effort been put into it and for its day it isn't a bad film considering its budget. It's well shot, has a good central performance and an effectively moody and atmospheric score. The film starts off slow but gets better as it goes along. Not that effective as a serious horror movie anymore though.
Ken S (jp) wrote: Peter Bogdanovich re-teams with Ryan O'Neal (who he last worked with on "What's Up Doc?" and casts O'Neal's young daughter Tatum as his co-star. Set during the depression and shot in black in white, the movie is about a con artist who agrees to escort a young girl who's mother passed away (and may or may not be his own daughter) to live with her aunt, but they end up traveling together and committing several cons along the way. It's a wonderful movie, it's funny, the O'Neals a great onscreen duo, and the direction and cinematography are great. Lots of fun, as well as some warmth and heart...classic filmmaking, highly recommended.
Nick I (ru) wrote: Good movie full of violence and humor but just not as good as it should with this cast the second one triumphs over this any day
Erik H (nl) wrote: plenty good, plenty sad, plenty well acted. enjoying kristen wiig a lot lately. good job by the bill hader too. simple yet effective story.
Steve S (ag) wrote: want to watch something that has nothing but loose ends to explain the movie? here it is in all its glory.