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Paolo, PR-Man van Oirschot, leidt een luilekkerleventje volledig op kosten van de gemeente. Dikke villa, mooie meiden en de hele dag lekker eten. Totdat de nieuwe burgemeester Paolo letterlijk en figuurlijk op straat zet. Hij verliest niet alleen zijn baan, ook zijn villa is hij kwijt en hij raakt in de schulden. Jimmy, zijn beste maatje, heeft een plan. Met het organiseren van een groot pokertoernooi gaat Jimmy Paolo weer aan geld helpen. Hij verpatst de tv-rechten aan een Duitse zender, en het toernooi kan beginnen. Een bonte stoet personages overrompelt het Noord-Brabantse Oirschot: gokkers, gevaarlijke vrouwen en... gangsters, met allemaal hetzelfde doel: die moddervette, riante geldprijs scoren.

Paolo, PR-Man van Oirschot, leidt een luilekkerleventje volledig op kosten van de gemeente. Dikke villa, mooie meiden en de hele dag lekker eten. Totdat de nieuwe burgemeester Paolo letterlijk en figuurlijk op straat zet. Hij verliest niet alleen zijn baan, ook zijn villa is hij kwijt en hij raakt in de schulden. Jimmy, zijn beste maatje, heeft een plan. Met het organiseren van een groot pokertoernooi gaat Jimmy Paolo weer aan geld helpen. Hij verpatst de tv-rechten aan een Duitse zender, en het toernooi kan beginnen. Een bonte stoet personages overrompelt het Noord-Brabantse Oirschot: gokkers, gevaarlijke vrouwen en... gangsters, met allemaal hetzelfde doel: die moddervette, riante geldprijs scoren. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tammy R (gb) wrote: A Sleeper. If you want a real good nap, watch this! Unfortunately I did not sleep through this...

Riley H (es) wrote: Fascinating, not just because I had no idea she existed but because it also shows how nutty all these avant types truly are (which makes sense).

Jeremyah G (ag) wrote: This is an excellent docufilm which provides an awesome and informative account of the evolution of latin jazz both in the USA and cuba. Phenomenal musical footage.

Leona C (ru) wrote: I believe that Shakespeare's "Othello" is meant to be watched because by doingso, audience members can see the subtle meanings, jabs, and jokes that Shakespeare intended for his play. This work of art is meant to be seen and viewed as an actual movie and not read as a play; when watched as a movie or play, the actors can manipulate their surroundings and use actual people and props to make the audience understand their actions clearly and effectively: the effect is stronger on the big screen. The same cannot be said for reading the play. Watching the play or movie can also be better understood by modern audiences; because many people do not fully understand Shakespeare's language when they read the play. I have never been much of a fan of sad story lines, so this Shakespearean tragedy was not my favorite. I would rate the play about a 6 out of 10. The first dislike about the play is simply my personal dislike for depressing endings, and another dislike is the language. The language and style that Shakespeare uses is hard to understand; therefore, reading the play was more about figuring out what each sentence meant, and not about understanding and enjoying the story. On the other hand, what I did like about the play was how we could see (or read) most of the play through Iago's eyes; I liked how we could see the wheels in Iago's head turning and we could see what he was thinking and feeling, and how he was going to carry out his deceiving plans. I would rate the movie version of "Othello" a 7 out of 10. I enjoyed watching "O" because it helped me understand the play. For example, when I watched the movie, I could actually see with my own eyes and therefore understand what ignited Iago's desire to destroy Othello: the coach (Hugo's father) treating and loving Odin more than Hugo, Odin receiving the most valuable player award and then calling up Michael Cassio instead of Hugo to share the prize, and Hugo's father saying that he loved Odin like his own son, in front of his actual son (Hugo). Although the movie is a modern adaptation and therefore the examples in the movie are not exactly the same as the examples from the play, they helped me understand the plot better.I also enjoyed how "O" stuck to "Othello's" script very closely, for this aided me in understanding the timeline and plot of the play. However, I felt as if the drug scenes like the scene where Hugo is injected with steroids were not necessary, because nothing like that happened in the actual play. Overall, I prefered the movie over the play because it was easier to understand and I enjoy watching movies over reading plays.

Rioku A (ca) wrote: This movie makes no sense but its entertaining.

Joe C (de) wrote: I don't think Bronson had a bad movie.4 stars

Al M (kr) wrote: Not one of Fulci's best, but still enjoyable. Also featured the annoying little blonde boy from The House by the Cemetery and Lamberto Bava's A Knife in the Dark. I think it is the dubbed voice used for him that is so annoying you want to choke him.

Ken D (it) wrote: I loved Bette Davis in 'All About Eve', but I did not like her here in this movie. She needed to be likeable as Judith, but wasn't. The story was not great either and the whole picture felt phony. In other words: Prognosis negative!

Bill K (br) wrote: I thought this movie was delightful. Great lovable characters, funny, and many of the kids comments I could hear from my own kids. If you don't laugh at the poop scene and the glass of fat on the boss, you have no sense of humor.