Michel works there manically solving people's problems over the phone. He is about to tie the knot with his girl friend Isabelle, an airline hostess. She flies all over the world, he hates to leave the office. A series of madcap mishaps involving theft or injury (as you would expect in his line of work) ensues after Michel promises Isabelle nothing will delay their marriage and she promises in turn that she's done flying. Once this unlikely promise is made, it becomes premise and both are forced into escalating white lies to maintain the appearance of keeping their word. Their predicament mounts as Isabelle is forced to do a few more flights, while Michel is compelled to travel to New York, Tunisia, and finally Hong Kong, where they are finally reunited in the throes of a contrived and hilarious drug deal involving a 747, water taxi chases, and martial arts. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Shawn M (ag) wrote: A nice little flick that is full of actors you know, even if you can't remember their names. This film had a lot of heart to it, and even though it seemed low budget and had no award winning acting I think it's a funny film that makes you want to continue watching till the end.
Des S (au) wrote: I wasn't too thrilled about watching this movie, but I'm glad I gave it a chance because it was a nice story about love and moving on.
Adam H (de) wrote: Actually "Not Intrested" but because the movie is filmed in LA I "Want To See It"
Brandon W (ca) wrote: Shadow of the Vampire is a great idea to do the making of Nosferatu while making it its own creepy movie. John Malkovick is great in it, but Willem Dafoe is absolutely amazing in this. He plays the character very well and I didn't even knew it was him at first. The make-up of Max Schreck looks amazing and just looks like Count Orlok. It's very interesting, and it's quite funny at times. It got creepy at times until at the end when it's downright disturbing. The atmosphere is good, and it's a bit suspenseful at times of whether or not Max is going to attack the crew. Shadow of the Vampire may not be my favorite horror movie, heck I probably wouldn't even call this a horror film at all, but it's a compelling movie that makes you even wonder if Murnau would even finish his film, even though this is a fictionalized version of the making of Nosferatu.
Mark S (mx) wrote: Wanted to like this one more. Starts off great but loses steam along the way. Take your chances this is a definite hit or miss.
John G (au) wrote: One of the better films I have seen in my years. One of those movies that sticks with you...
Dyron W (ru) wrote: It should have been called "Lame As Fuck". The poster alone will tell you what to expect before checking out this flick.
Blair W (au) wrote: nothing to write home about.
Christine C (it) wrote: Vincent Price and Peter Cushing in one movie is almost like a dream come true! LoL
Charles P (gb) wrote: This trashy 80s exploitation flick is almost impossible to defend but equally as difficult to hate.
jake b (es) wrote: Now this is everything you can ask for in a movie. A dude in an octobus costume. Pure awesome
Mat S (jp) wrote: Great film, sad at the end, but good all round
Andrey B (mx) wrote: Very caustic satire.
Kevin R (de) wrote: Freaks of any kind give me the williesAn isolated desert laboratory is testing ingredients that may lead to a cheap solution to solve world hunger. However, the animals they experiment with grow larger when tested upon. One day an accident takes place burning down half the laboratory; in the process, a tarantula that was being tested on escapes. As the tarantula eats, it grows larger. Can the local town survive a giant tarantula?"The disease of hunger, like most diseases, spreads."Jack Arnold, director of Creature from the Black Lagoon, It Came from Outer Space, The Incredible Shrinking Man, No Name on the Bullet, and With These Hands, delivers Tarantula. The storyline for this picture is pretty straight forward and fairly campy. The special effects weren't half bad and the acting was fairly mediocre. The cast includes John Agar, Leo Carroll, Mara Corday, and Raymond Bailey."There's no insect in the world with that much venom."Tarantula is a move I DVR'd some time ago and decided to give it a shot this Halloween season. I found the film classic campy and predictable. There was not as many kill sequences as I would have liked but I did enjoy watching the giant spider. This isn't as bad as you may anticipate but it is also nothing special."There must be no mistakes this time."Grade: C