The stooges are sailors working in a ships' tailor shop. When they can't get passes to go ashore, they steal officers uniforms and go to a party with Curly passing himself off as Admiral ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Fabien R (mx) wrote: uhh... Ca donne pas forc (C)ment envie de regarder d'autres films thailandais
Stephen B (nl) wrote: Beaucoup trop trange.
Nick M (es) wrote: beautiful mongolians, shamans breaking glasses, jumping into manholes, and throat singing. awesome
Mloy X (jp) wrote: Lea de Lonval (Pfeiffer): Did you really think I was such a good person? If I'd been a truly good person, I'd have made a man of you instead of thinking but nothing but your pleasure and my happiness.This was such an unusual movie, at first the narrative gave me the impression that it would be a little light-hearted, that the story would be a bit more whimsical, a dramady; but as good as the movie proved to be, the conclusion was a bit more depressing than I had expected. The story, like I mentioned, was good and the whole courtesan angle was interesting. The film had a good ensemble but I felt some of the actors seemed a bit out of place, most notably the talented Kathy Bates. Even though she is quite a credible actress; I felt she was miscast and wasn't a good fit for the part. Michelle Pfeiffer was brilliant as usual and played the ethereal Lea de Lonval perfectly. The unbelievably gorgeous Rupert Friend was just too pretty to be true, it was distracting because I kept wondering if his character actually secretly longed to be a woman (especially when he was wearing Lea's pearl necklace) because he was just too damn, distractingly beautiful. Their love-affair was epic but inevitably doomed from the beginning and ended equally as tragically as Romeo & Juliet's; which was truly quite sad.
Amani B (nl) wrote: There's nothing like it. Nothing. How he got away with shooting in such high-profile buildings - I'll never know...
shawn W (ca) wrote: This movie is trash I couldn't even make it through the first 30mins before I turned it off
Jangus J (br) wrote: This And The Next Film Are The Only Harry Palmer Films I've Not Seen
g (it) wrote: amazing film bwt mike tysons life!!
Michael A (fr) wrote: To this day I still don't know if everything that happens is in Sigourney Weaver's mind...and that's what makes Roman Polanski still one of the best directors around.
Dustin L (ru) wrote: A very enjoyable 80's cheesy horror film. I was very entertained throughout the movie. It is cheesy as hell and a lot of people can't handle the good ole cheesy horror films....but I sure do. ;)
Timm S (ag) wrote: The Ending Is Absolute Classic Hitchcock. Makes Up The Rest, Which Staggers Along In An Unusually Disjointed Fashion..Seemed Not Completely Cut Together Properly.
David N (ag) wrote: One of those classic 1940's films that I always try and watch when I see them on. Hadn't actually seen this for a few years so thought my memories may have been a bit hazy but it is still a good watch. Gable and Tracy are very strong in this and the film even has a thin environmental ish line to it later on.
Felipe F (ca) wrote: About a Boy may be predictable and safe, but it compensates with enough funny, touching and sweet moments and features a mesmerizing performance from Hugh Grant.
DorothyJean D I (ca) wrote: i am familiar with VCAndrews author, my sister was a fan. i'm glad that at least one of her books was turned into a movie.
Linda B (mx) wrote: I've been wanting to see this for a while. Interesting and easy to watch.