A musical adaptation of Colin MacInnes' novel about life in late 1950s London. Nineteen-year-old photographer Colin is hopelessly in love with model Crepe Suzette, but her relationships are strictly connected with her progress in the fashion world. So Colin gets involved with a pop promoter and tries to crack the big time. Meanwhile, racial tension is brewing in Colin's Notting Hill housing estate...
- Stars:Patsy Kensit, Eddie O'Connell, David Bowie, James Fox, Ray Davies, Mandy Rice-Davies, Eve Ferret, Tony Hippolyte, Graham Fletcher-Cook, Joseph McKenna, Steven Berkoff, Sade, Edward Tudor-Pole, Bruce Payne, Alan Freeman,
- Director:Julien Temple,
- Writer:Colin MacInnes (based on the novel by), Michael Hamlyn (developed for the screen by), Richard Burridge (screenplay), Christopher Wicking (screenplay),
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(br) wrote: Far too unambitious to be so one-dimensional.
(kr) wrote: The To Do List sidles in just on the right side of "okay". Just. The majority of the jokes don't work for me, and the premise it takes off from was flimsy as Hell, which would be fine if it wasn't something I kept thinking about. No one actor is really impressive (although Clark Gregg did step it up a little), and no technical achievements could notch any merits in To Do List's favour either. Subverting the teen movie/sex comedy tropes is a nice touch, but let's be honest, I would never have watched this if Aubrey Plaza wasn't in it, and I came out of it with virtually the exact same opinion I had going in.
(ag) wrote: A clever and well acted apocalyptic vampire film. The opening scene is brutal and starts off with a bang. I was intrigued and interested with this world and the characters.
(mx) wrote: Y muchas cosas suceden con los jvenes ahora que se ven inmersos en un tiempo en donde el sinnimo de felicidad es tener dinero.Asistimos al ascenso y cada del pequeo Tomek
(fr) wrote: Jenna Fischer and Jon Heder horribly miscast and performing terribly aside, Blades of Glory is just about as good as anything else in the Ferrell stable. He is funny and still energetic enough to carry the movie despite Heder bringing zero charisma to his role, the secret weapon really is the casting of Amy Poehler and Will Arnett as the rival twins.
(it) wrote: i loved the first firestarter but i also loved this one
(kr) wrote: Here's the movie (based on the book) The Hunger Games author ripped off...even though she claims she "never read it".
(jp) wrote: A very cheesy love story that makes a good movie for high school students at most.
(gb) wrote: very under rated movie if u havent seen it, watch it on a rainy night, good mix of sci fi, horror, and action and it predates movies like robocop and such!
(de) wrote: General Douglas MacArthur is about to return to the Philippines as he promised before the Japanese ran him off. A Marine commando force puts ashore to obtain valuable information from a source deep within enemy territory. As First Sgt. Steve Corey, Hugh O'Brien of "The Brass Legend" is tough-as-nails, and tyke-sized Mickey Rooney is no slouch as Gunnery Sgt. Ernest Wartell with his Thompson machine gun. The youngest member of their unit is Private First Class James Grenier (Jim Mitchum of "Moonrunners") who has never seen combat. They learn from their contact, Miyazaki (Tisa Chang of "Year of the Dragon") that the Japanese have laid an unusual minefield for the U.S. Navy. These mines are radio controlled and are anchored to the bottom of the bay. They are released and rise to the surface to blow up whatever they come into contact with. Grenier loses his radio with which he was entrusted. They have no way of contacting the U.S. Navy and MacArthur plans to land in 48 hours! Everybody dies except Grenier. Rooney has an amusing death scene. The Japanese approach him demanding information or they will kill him. He shows them a pair of hand grenades and calls them potatoes with the jackets on that he is willing to share with them. They retreat and he hurls the grenades at them. "Ambush Bay" is nothing special as far as behind-enemy-lines combat movies go. Essentially, this is a traditional war movie. The Americans are good guys, and the Japanese--who shoot women in cold blood--are the bad guys. Good performances, standard-issue heroics and lots of green scenery keep "Ambush Bay" from being too dreary. Incidentally, no sooner do our heroes immerse themselves in combat, their officer is attacked by a Japanese soldier and stabbed to death.
(kr) wrote: A classic film. Abbott & Costello are still funny today. Always get a laugh from their films. This may be a older film but I still enjoy watching this film. Abbott and Costello have a great chemistry on film that most can't capture in today's comedy films.With some great musical numbers and great jokes and gags make for a fun film. Well worth a watch.
(ca) wrote: Silent screen star Harold Lloyd plays "the Boy" in this film. Very entertaining. Was first released in theaters in 1923 and created in DVD just this year.
(it) wrote: Yet another well done film, care of Joesph Gordon-Levitt!!!
(au) wrote: OMFL Ace film rli chillin thriller movie love it xx