A bookish young man and his sword-loving sister find themselves battling a trio of villains, one of them a beautiful but masked woman who has promised to either marry or murder the first man to see her unmasked. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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A bookish young man and his sword-loving sister find themselves battling a trio of villains, one of them a beautiful but masked woman who has promised to either marry or murder the first man to see her unmasked.
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John S (ag) wrote: The chemistry is easily apparent, and that helps make this one of the best comedy concert dvds out there
Meya P (de) wrote: I actually just saw this thing in its entirety (start to finish) for the first time a few days ago...& it's a very sad movie - especially knowing it's based on a true story. I tend to always love John Singleton's movies - Boyz In the Hood, Poetic Justice, Higher Learning, Four Brothers, etc. - and this one is certainly no exception... Very good, moving and engaging - I think he told this story very well...especially for what you're limited to with 2 or hours and the big screen (vs. reality).
Polly P (jp) wrote: I liked it when they're fighting in court???? ?????????? :)
The Critic (it) wrote: With many familiar faces from the original offering returning here, 'Nerds II' might not quite hit the mark as its predecessor, but knows how to have fun. The lead cast members are comfortable reprising their roles, with new additions Courtney Thorne-Smith, Barry Sobel and Priscilla Lopez (a hoot as hotel manager Aldonza) fitting in with the mayhem quite nicely.
Allan S (jp) wrote: Not a good film from 1957, but I do love B & W movies.
Ben L (nl) wrote: The biggest problem with Caddyshack is its title. Before I get there let me assure you, I totally see the humor in this movie, and I laughed a ton. They have the magic of Bill Murray, Chevy Chase, Rodney Dangerfield, Ted Knight, and a comedic unsung hero in Brian Doyle-Murray. An endless supply of brilliant talent, so why in heaven's name do they try to center the story around the caddies?!? From what I understand they did dial back the amount of time spent on the caddies, but they needed to get even more brutal with their cuts and remove the caddies completely. There is not one funny moment or worthwhile scene that happens because a caddie is on-screen. Even the guy who is ostensibly the "protagonist" of the movie, Danny, is annoying and not needed. I'm not sure what the plot would look like if they tried to center it around the golfers, but plot is secondary in this kind of mad-cap comedy. I was impressed with how much of the humor holds up even now, and I really miss these days when every word that came out of Chevy Chase's mouth had the potential to make me double over in laughter. There just wasn't enough time spent with the comedians, and I had no interest or investment in the plot they decided to focus the movie around. Not a bad film, and I can see the sparkles of brilliance that cause people to have such nostalgic love, but I would recommend someone who hasn't seen the movie before just watch the best scenes online and avoid watching the whole thing.