The stooges run a local drug store and are about to have their least taken away by Amos Flint, the mean old man who owns the place. When Flint kicks out his wife for being old, the stooges ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The stooges are pharmacists who invent a fountain of youth formula that can turn old people young. They turn an old lady into a beautiful young woman, but when her husband takes the formula it turns him into a gorilla.
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Mayank F (ca) wrote: I can write an article on why Mary Kom doesn't work but to shorten it, Mary Kom is a little too commercial.
Kenneth L (es) wrote: It's actually been quite a long time since I've had this indifferent a reaction to a movie. There are other movies I've actively disliked more, to be sure; but this one I just sort of did not care about. I can't remember watching many other movies in as cold a mood as I did this one. Perhaps it simply has to do with my being unable to relate to the characters or subject matter; but for whatever reason, despite the fact that it was made by Roman Polanski (who has a pretty good track record as a filmmaker and a pretty horrible one as a person), my response to this movie could be summed up as: "meh."The movie, which is rather obviously an adaptation of a play, focuses on a writer-director (Mathieu Amalric, from The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, among other films) who is coaxed into allowing an actress (Emmanuelle Seigner, Polanski's wife, and also from The Diving Bell and the Butterfly) audition for the lead role in a play about masochistic relationships. As they read through lines together, the boundary between role and actor blurs, as the play seems to provide a means for one or both of them to investigate their own actual kinks and psychological quirks.It might be that I didn't relate to this movie simply because sadomasochism itself makes no sense to me and never has. Maybe someone who actually understood all that business would get more out of the movie than I did; but I suspect maybe even such a person still would not. I found it utterly impossible to identify with or invest in either character, and thus did not care what happened. Now, not every movie necessarily needs a protagonist you can invest in - the career of Stanley Kubrick gives us one amazing film after another without strong or likable protagonists. But if you're not identifying with a character, then usually you identify with the perspective of the movie itself - again, something Kubrick excelled at. Here, however, I'm not sure there really is an outside perspective available for the audience - we're trapped with these two characters, and the movie stays so close to them that no outside perspective is really possible. Without a point of view on the subject matter, and with subject matter I kind of didn't care about in the first place, I found myself utterly uninterested in what happened next in the film. I only watched it through to the end, really, because I wanted to see if Polanski would pull a good ending out of it, and because I never give up on movies as a general rule. Honestly, though, this is the first time in a while I kinda wish I had simply used the time I spent on this movie to watch something else.
Jordan R (us) wrote: A thoroughly interesting character study on James Murphy intercut with some of the most energetic, innovative music out there. The climax was bittersweet and hit me emotionally.
Very Angry B (mx) wrote: This film is a worthless piece of faecal matter. The fact that I actually wasted 1 hr and 21 min of my life to watch this sickens me to such an extent that cannot be explained by words alone. The numerous number of mistakes makes the by far...I just don't even know. I mean, wtf? What the actual jazz!? I thought being kicked in the genitals was painful, but then I watched this absolute turd. I have NEVER, EVER, in all my 20 years of living, seen something that is capable of defecating on all 5 senses. It was terrible to watch. It was terrible to hear. The disc smelled terrible, and you know when you smell something and you can kind of taste it? Yeah, I'm getting that, and guess what, it tastes like ejaculatory juice. And to top it all off, the film raped me. And that's not even the worst thing! I actually enjoyed the film. Not because it was good, and not even because it was bad. But because I was so god damn bored! This piece of excrement cost me 3, so I think it's only fair that I send the directors some my excrement and charge them 3 for it too. Signed, Very Angry Black Guy. Go read your bible. Peace, love and understanding bro. Man.
Cynthia S (ag) wrote: This awkward, unusual indie drama caught me by surprise. Right from the start I was drawn in, and I'm not even sure why. It's very slow moving, and rather strange, but for some reason I was hooked. I have to say that I kind of liked it.....p.s. Cyndi Lauper has a minor role, and it appears the main character is her husband in real life.
Wendy S (de) wrote: The moment she sees the devestation of where her sister was, really grabbed me. Intense, terrible images of (the leftovers of) war in Lebanon.
Shira C (nl) wrote: A fantastically executed film set in the immediate aftermath of the Israeli bombing of South Lebanon - their extraordinarily disproportionate response to the kidnapping of Isreali soldiers by Palestinian refugee cum Islamist movement, Hizbollah. In a region dripping with the blood of bad political decisions, this film opts for impact not by looking at the political context, but by following the fate of a self-exiled woman who has come back from her rich lifestyle in Dubai to find her sister and her son in south Lebanon. Structured like a road movie, the lead character is taken by a taxi driver as they move from place to precarious place in search of Zeina's family. The taxi driver becomes closely involved in his passenger's cause, and also makes a journey of personal change and discovery. Four things make this film stand out: the stunning performance by the Nada Abou Farhat; the shaky hand-camera work that gives it a documentary feel; the use of Lebanese passer-bys throughout the film giving it a raw intensity; and the dramatic portrayal of the physical devastation of the landscape and the infrastructure, obviously filmed very soon after the bombing. Although not directly political, this is a bold anti-war film that leaves one with a sense of how the war was, like all the conflicts in the region, most devastating for Arab civilians.
movie fan a (nl) wrote: classic movie! amazing jodi by salman n madhuri!!timeless songs!!
Elise S (jp) wrote: A charming, hilarious slapstick starring Harold Lloyd.
Brett B (it) wrote: About as ludicrous as you can get with a so-called disaster flick, this thing is in no way an objectively good film, but the premise is just insane enough to be enjoyable, and the cast is filled to the brim with great talent.
Trent R (ag) wrote: Hilariously black comedy that dialectically mocks conventional dichotomies of capitalism/communism, high/low art, and sexual liberation/repression by revealing their internal contradiction, interdependence and hypocrisy. Plus, John Vernon gives a near-literal golden shower, and Carole Laure makes sexual chocolate.
Clare N (it) wrote: One of the lesser known Altman films, "Images" is a very clever study of mental illness. The film itself is almost "experimental" in style as it captures a writer and her schitzophrenic delusions. Are they real or imagined? The John Williams score (before he went all over the top for the likes of "Star Wars") is stark and haunting and coupled with Stomu Yamashta's wonderful sound design brings much to the rather disturbing mood of the film. Both entertaining and chilling, it's a shame this film does not garner the same prestige as other Altman works.
Courtney S (de) wrote: Really visually arresting, politically smart and courageous look at imperialism in the Americas set in a fictional Portuguese colony in the Caribbean. It struck me as a bit slow and plodding, but the style is not one of lightning fast action, it's a film you must sit with and absorb in all its weight. Powerful in many ways, centered around a Smedley Butler type economic hitman character played by Marlon Brando and his relationship to fomenting and trying to limit the influence of anti-colonial struggles on the island, the financial and other instruments modern capitalist states have to occupy and invade countries and control them, etc. Wonderful.
Alexander C (es) wrote: Will have to watch this one. Not necassarily good or bad. Will see. Want to watch!
Arda T (de) wrote: Uzaktan da uzak durulmasi gereken bir film. Hata bende. Andy Warhol'un yapimciligini yaptigi bir filmden ne bekliyordum ki. Hele bunun bir uclemenin ilk filmi oldugu dusunulurse allah ikinci ve ucuncuyu seyredeceklere sabir versin diyor ve bu filmden kosar adim uzaklasiyorum.
Jason S (ru) wrote: i thought it was an ok mark wahlberg movie not the best however
bill s (kr) wrote: If only the title stayed true.