A mockumentary that follows three couples as they battle it out to win the coveted title of 'Most Original Wedding of the Year'.
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Jacob M (fr) wrote: The finale between the Caped Crusader and the Clown Prince of Crime. Pitting the two against one another for the last time in the storied battle between good and evil. The ultimate end to what has been a great series of films.
Sasy N (ag) wrote: [07/12] Ein langweiliger, zum Teil unverstndlicher Film mit erschreckendem Ende. Das muss ich ihm lassen. Martin Freeman und Simon Pegg sind durchaus nett anzuschauen, aber noch mal muss ich ihn mir nicht antun.
Joseph M (gb) wrote: Fabulous movie, many younger people seem to give average or bad reviews because they do not know the history / authors and so do not "get" the jokes. I've watch this movie several times and consider it in the top 5 Woody Allen movies
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Thas J (ag) wrote: a nica parte que no gross a da fanny. a pessoa passa por maus bocados pra ser f dela...
Stuart K (kr) wrote: And so it came to this. To The Devil A Daughter would prove to be Hammer's final horror film, (until their recent resurrection), it showed a tantalising glimpse of a new direction for the company. But, it came too late, with the likes of The Exorcist and The Omen at the cinema, the game was up for Hammer. But, it's a good, dark film. Nothing cheesy about it, it's very bleak indeed. Based upon Dennis Wheatley's novel, it has excommunicated priest Father Michael Rayner (Christopher Lee) running a satanic cult, and there's one 18 year old girl Catherine (Nastassja Kinski), who is the Devil's representative on Earth, although she doesn't know that, but Father Michael can control her. But, Catherine's father Henry Beddows (Denholm Elliot) seeks the help of respected occult novelist John Verney (Richard Widmark), to save her soul and defeat Father Michael and his fellow Satanists. It's an underrated Hammer Horror, but it's story does feel a bit disjoined, (the ending is rushed), but it has a good cast to it's name, (look out for Honor Blackman, Brian Wilde and Frances de la Tour!!) It's suspenseful and well photographed by the great David Watkin. If only Hammer had survived then...
Blake P (br) wrote: Up there with Sullivan's Travels! Woodrow (Bracken) is discharged from the Navy for having chronic hay fever. Too embarrassed to come home, Woodrow stays around the base. When he's sitting lonely at a bar, friendly soldiers persuade him to go home, and they'll help him out. He agrees, not knowing that ahead of time they called his hometown and told them he was a hero. When he arrives, the whole town is celebrating, and soon, they want him to become mayor. Too afraid to admit his lie, Woodrow goes along with it, and meanwhile, his girl Libby (Raines) is too scared to tell him she's getting married. Even though this was Sturges' last film for Paramount, it was not a bitter end. The script is witty throughout, and by all means beats "The Palm Beach Story" and "Unfaithfully Yours". The chaos of this picture shines throughout, and the extra added by Libby and Woodrow give so much more humor. Bracken and Raines were excellent in their roles, and it's a shame they are so unknown today. Sturges did such a good job on this movie-- and it was one of the first movies to make fun of the war. This movie will give you so many laughs, that it would be shocking if you didn't enjoy it.
Matt C (us) wrote: Has its moments but overall far too long
Torion O (gb) wrote: Good. Had potential to be better, but good.