15-year-old Mike takes a job at the local swimming baths, where he becomes obsessed with an attractive young woman, Susan, who works there as an attendant. Although Susan has a fiancé, Mike does his best to sabotage the relationship, to the extent of stalking both her and her fiancé.
- Stars:Jane Asher, John Moulder-Brown, Karl Michael Vogler, Christopher Sandford, Diana Dors, Louise Martini, Erica Beer, Anita Lochner, Anne-Marie Kuster, Cheryl Hall, Christine Paul-Podlasky, Dieter Eppler, Karl Ludwig Lindt, Eduard Linkers, Will Danin,
- Country:UK, West Germany
- Director:Jerzy Skolimowski,
- Writer:Jerzy Skolimowski, Jerzy Gruza, Boleslaw Sulik
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(gb) wrote: This movie has great songs, great comedy from Jim (Dale) and I still can't say Passamaquoddy!!! My childhood is full of great endearing films like this and although its not anything outside of Disney's norm it still is one of teh true greats with heart, effection and great CGI which I believe is better than even some of todays and is definitely on a par with that of the CGI work in Who Framed Roger Rabbit. The film scares, cares and doesn't try to be anything other than a good, clean, family film and that is why I love it!!!
(it) wrote: Saw this twice: entertaining both times. Very well done and lovely and heart warming. Wonderful juxtaposition of cultures...
(es) wrote: I was really excited that Ellen Page was going to play Monica, the newest installation of Woody's neurotic/erotic female fantasy, because while she had made her career playing quirky/damaged girls, there's an irresistible quality in her that I find sexy and sensual. Instead, either Woody directed her or she acted as her usual loquacious faux-savant. Styling could have helped. Page needn't have glammed up or channeled Penelope Cruz, but it seems like every aspect of Monica's personality (whether sexy or banal) is spoken of and determined by others, not actually shown on the screen by Page's performance or costuming. Her friend, Sally, keeps saying she's so attractive, but Alec Baldwin's old-man-guide character keeps criticizing her pretentious art and literary references that I wonder why Jack even falls for her. If characters undercut other characters, there isn't much for the audience to fall for. Woody often has such a way with his actresses - whether lighting them or just getting them to smile more. I never thought much of Alison Pill, but she is radiant in a girl-next-door part just because she smiles and wears white and has more outdoor scenes in natural light. The rest of the movie is Woody's typical, below average, antic-ridden ensemble comedy.
(nl) wrote: Surprisingly good. I believe I only saw the first two of this franchise and then never saw the rest. I still don't know if I'll see the rest...Minus one star for whatever cgi effect they used for the baby and the Renesme - uber creepy!
(es) wrote: Philosophizing over deontology, virtue ethics, and above all nihilism, this masterful film put together with meticulous care by the coen brothers is sure to entertain and make you think. An incredibly restrained performance from Tommy Lee Jones and a scene stealing one from Javier Bardem is sure to keep you glued to the screen and your ear attentive to every word.
(br) wrote: It's good movie to watch
(kr) wrote: it's really messed up and real shady
(us) wrote: A romantic/cop-buddy movie with a Gallic shrug. What could be better? Phillip Noiret trains his new partner in the difference between working "by the book" and working the streets as they are, and along the way, romances of both the veteran and the newby make us want to be in Paris and in love, no matter our age. I first saw this in my first five years of married life, and we've watched it many times as we've grown older, and it has something for every age in between. Unfortunately, it is not available with English subtitles on DVD, and good VHS copies run close to $100, so we've limited our watching of our old Betamax tape to very special occasions. The American company that released it (Orion Pictures) has be bought by MGM, but their website doesn't find it in their files, so is there any hope we'll ever see it on an American-format DVD? I certainly hope so, but meanwhile, I'm going to borrow or buy (if I have to) a DVD recorder to try to transfer my old Beta version to DVD.
(gb) wrote: WHERE WAS THE DRAGON!? I prefer the TV serious over this movie.
(nl) wrote: The Savages is a beautifully acted and honest film that is true to life without being patronizing