Public schoolboy Roddy Berwick is expelled from school when he takes the blame for a friend's charge and his life falls apart in a series of misadventures. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Blake P (ru) wrote: For a period of eight days in 1962, French New Wave icon Franois Truffaut interviewed Hollywood heavyweight Alfred Hitchcock in the latter's cushy office at Universal Studios. The succession of interviews did not much intend to dig deeper into Hitchcock's neuroses and unearth hidden factors within his personal life to have affected his filmography. The succession of interviews, instead, intended to find Hitchcock analyzing the successes and failures, recurring images and motifs, of his movies rather than well-educated film critics. Surprising proclamations, along with riveting stories, rounded out the journey that formed from the discussing of every single movie within the filmmaker's career. The book that ensued, 1966's "Hitchcock/Truffaut," is a compelling read for anyone with an adoration of the Master of Suspense -- Truffaut never holds back in his criticisms of Hitch's less prosperous features, and the latter reminds, time and time again, that little of what he churned out wasn't highly methodical, planned out -- but for anyone without prior familiarity to his assemblage of works won't find much to relish. Granted, no one who hasn't heard of Alfred Hitchcock and Franois Truffaut will be seeking out a book predominantly involving either. But where there's only slight commercial appeal for the aforementioned book, there's plenty for similarly minded documentary "De Palma." Directed by Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow, the film is strictly comprised of underrated iconoclast Brian De Palma sitting down with Baumbach and Paltrow, and, like the dynamic duo that was Truffaut and Hitchcock, discussing every single one of his movies with a handsome number of personal anecdotes to supplement. For fans of the director, the man behind such modern classics as "Carrie" (1976), "Dressed to Kill" (1980), "Blow Out" (1981), "Scarface" (1983), "The Untouchables" (1987), and "Mission: Impossible" (1996), the film is a delicacy easy to love. De Palma, good-humored, still carries a noticeable twinkle in his eye at seventy-five and is generous in both his accounts of making each of his movies and the ways his personal life sometimes translated into them. An admirer of much of his oeuvre, I love "De Palma": it offers the kind of intimate detailing documentaries driven by a starry central figure rarely can offer. The recurring usage of talking heads in other Hollywood centric docs lacks immediacy, and by having De Palma and De Palma alone as the person telling the stories, a particularly warm, makeshift one-on-one relationship developed between him and us really and truly makes the film a cinephile's dream. And even for those not as totally indebted to his body of work, there's much to enjoy. With enough dirt dug up on dramas between actors on his sets, with enough delineations regarding the circle of filmmaking friends he surrounded himself with throughout his career (he was close to Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, George Lucas, Francis Ford Coppola, and Paul Schrader), and with enough private leakages to make him considerably more human, entertainment value is to be found no matter one's devotion to him. Of course, though, aficionados are going to be the ones having a field day. And I'm among them.
Daniel P (gb) wrote: Deeply average and decidedly televisual cold-case procedural.
Myron K (mx) wrote: Not really a effective horror movie, but hey, at least the girls were very attractive!
Clarice I (br) wrote: lykD part 1 betta!!!
Fong K (ag) wrote: A thrillingly fun and smart documentary about cruciverbal logoplets of the formidable The New York Times' crossword puzzles. The subjects range from celebrities like President Bill Clinton and Jon Stewart, the ingenious puzzle makers, the regular top players of the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament to the crossword puzzle editor for NYT, Will Shortz, with a one-of-a-kind degree in Enigmatology, the study of puzzles.
Jason M (kr) wrote: couldnt even finish it, do not watch this movie!!!!!
Avinder M (ag) wrote: indian version of Serendipity but with a lot more annoyence and cheese....
Chad F (jp) wrote: Started off strongBut turned into a boring thriller
Mara M (it) wrote: It is so refreshing to watch French movies! Love it!
Kevin N (nl) wrote: Brutal... everything that "classics" like "American Pie" and "Animal House" are not
Nathan A (ca) wrote: Far from perfect, but it's a solid book-to-movie adaptation.
Lucas D (es) wrote: I was in tears. This is too funny. ENOUGH!
Jonathan B (es) wrote: Miscast and not well thought out film that no one should expect to really enjoy. Eric Idle has a few good lines, but that??s about it. None of the slapstick stuff really worked. I did see it years ago, so maybe some of it was above my head at the time, but I doubt it.
Christina S (kr) wrote: For anyone who's ever been interested in Anthropology, or for anyone who wonders what it would be like to be on the other end of colonisation... The cast is incredible, the script perfect, and the the images!!!! Need I say more?
Sam M (kr) wrote: Nice atmosphere for a thriller. Ellen Barkin really is something..
Robin W (it) wrote: Why do such hilarious titles get wasted on such irredeemably bad movies? The production values are so cheap, the acting so bad, and the attempts at comedy so lame, that the short 63-minute running time feels a LOT longer. Women are such an afterthought in this movie that the "hero" has about two or three of his girlfriends murdered and just moves on to the next one without flinching!