Wo ist mein Schatz?
Husband is hounded by his nagging mother-in-law who lives with him and his wife. After coming home drunk one night he is kicked out by the mother-in-law. He disguises himself as a servant and gets a job at his own house.
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Wo ist mein Schatz? torrent reviews
Juliee W (de) wrote: its a very good movie
Jan S (es) wrote: A good old martial arts movie with a exceptional cast.
Declan B (ag) wrote: Been done before...not that great
David F (es) wrote: :fresh: Interesting story about a recently unemployed Archie Bunker type of bigot who takes a job where he needs to rely on Mexican laborers to assist with his landscaping position. He runs into one that shows him the true meaning of work from attitude to quality to getting it done correctly and fast. Amexicano could teach many Americans on taking pride in their work no matter how trivial the position may seem.
Caitlin L (ca) wrote: It was OK. Not great.
Pia K (br) wrote: Ihan hauska hmppleffa. ;) (Suom. When in Rome - Rakkautta Roomassa)
Matthew M (it) wrote: I had lilttle expectations and rented this on Netflix just for fun. Brion James is the man and Joe Lara does his job as the lone one man killing machine. There are some funny moments mixed in with a lot of action and non stop killing. Rarely is there a scene without someone being shot. A couple scenes to be noted are the barbershop scene with Brion James and the part when a kid on the bad side realizes he is fighting against his mother. Overall, though is has some car crashes that surprised me and plenty of action scenes.
Michael W (es) wrote: Woman searches for her missing Father in small town haunted by zombies somehow tied to a campfire visit from a mysterious Minister 100 years prior. Very vague, with not much explained or even coherent.
Amy S (de) wrote: Very underrated movie. Great filming, especially for its day. Well worth a look
Lisa S (it) wrote: The VHS I watched was 4.5 hours long and is from a TV mini-series. Whole thing could have been better edited. Still, the principals all turned in solid performances. The stockade segment has too many beatings for my taste; I wouldn't recommend for anyone under 14. Joey Pants stood out as the soldier who couldn't keep his mouth shut. Somehow, I found the very ending a little flat maybe because of the narration of the hero, not too sure. I enjoyed the Pearl Harbor bombing scenes; the planes seemed realistic to me...
Miguel T (kr) wrote: makes you smile back at life!
Scott S (jp) wrote: Twentieth Century (1934) -- [6.0] -- This film is often regarded as the grandfather of screwball comedy, one of my favorite genres. John Barrymore and Carole Lombard give remarkably madcap performances as the theatre director and his ingenue, but these aren't charming or likeable characters. I don't always have to like the characters in movies, but this movie is entirely about two self-absorbed people's struggle for attention and I had a hard time investing in it. I'm glad this movie got Howard Hawks started in the genre, though. With more likeable characters (and a bit less overacting), he would later direct two of my favorite screwball flicks, "Bringing Up Baby" and "His Girl Friday".