Bad Day to Go Fishing

Bad Day to Go Fishing

Jacob van Oppen, the former strongest man on earth, and his manager Orsini, who calls himself "the Prince", make a good living by traveling around small South American towns and organizing wrestling exhibitions. Arriving in Santa Maria, they are met with uncommon enthusiasm, the local newspaper wants to sponsor the fight, helping hands placard the town with posters, and an open call is made for a worthy adversary. Ever so resourceful, Orsini knows how to find the right combatant, but fishing in Santa Maria could lead to a bigger catch than he'd hoped for.

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KamenRider B (mx) wrote: Entertaining movie for all ages. Not to be said an unique plot, but delivers the entertainement seek by audience. Thala ajith has pull most of the movie success by himself.

Greg W (nl) wrote: just choice i haven't laughed so much since 'the big lebowski'

Ethan T (fr) wrote: the new sinbad movie is a really stupid film.

Noname (us) wrote: Good movie and great actors in this criminal/gangsta film.

ach (kr) wrote: Nirvana again! I love these guys!

Nate W (au) wrote: Set in fascist Spain in the late 1930s, "For Whom the Bell Tolls" (based on Hemmingway's acclaimed novel) pits a small group of guerrillas together against the enemy and themselves as they prepare to blow up an enemy bridge. The internal and interpersonal conflicts are kept in fine balance with the physical conflict of the impending mission, immeasurably helped by several strong performances (particularly Katina Paxinou), but the film does suffer from its exhausting faithfulness to the book. Running nearly 2 hours and 50 minutes, it could have used a more pointed script. Fortunately, the material is quality stuff, no matter how fatiguing. It successfully avoids getting bogged down by the politics of the Spanish civil war, but focuses mainly on the characters. Dramatically lit and shot in glorious Technicolor by "Gone with the Wind" lenser Ray Rennahan, "For Whom the Bell Tolls" is a beautiful piece of cinema. The High Sierra mountains of California stand in nicely for the Spanish wilderness.