Dennis the Menace Strikes Again!
Barricade the doors. Lock the windows. Because he's baaaack. That one-boy wrecking crew, Dennis the Menace, returns for more mischief and mayhem. Based on the comic strip and TV show about a mischievous little boy with a gift for the potentially lethal prank.
- Stars:Don Rickles, George Kennedy, Justin Cooper, Betty White, Brian Doyle-Murray, Scott 'Carrot Top' Thompson, Dwier Brown, Heidi Swedberg, Keith Reece, Jacqueline Steiger, Danny Turner, Alexa PenaVega, Danny Breen, Brooke Candy, Tom Forrest,
- Director:Charles T. Kanganis,
- Writer:Hank Ketcham (characters), Jeff Schechter (story), Tim McCanlies (story), Tim McCanlies (screenplay)
Hey, Mr. Wilson! It's another Dennis the Menace movie! The day starts out fine, it's Mr. Wilson's birthday and guess who shows up uninvited? Dennis and a few of his bug friends. After ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: Once you forgive the stupidest of reasons for a 'The Crazies' type of apocalypse, this movie is quite fun to watch, and quite comical (in a dark twisted sense). Not great by any means, but lots of fun.
(us) wrote: A beautiful film about a young woman in a country torn by war, caring for her paralyzed husband, who was wounded in battle. When praying fails to revive him, she resorts to telling him all her secrets. It's almost a long monologue, but the pace, Golshifteh Farahani's beautiful face and the insight in a conservative culture make it an intriguing movie.
(gb) wrote: One of the most touching, heart wrenching movies that I have ever seen. Beautiful.
(it) wrote: sweet muffins, this movie is so terrible that it's quite enjoyable. the whole movie and plot is so ridiculous that most folks will have to sit back and laugh. it's got terrible production values, poor acting, and about two minutes of actual zombie footage. the zombies are caused by gazing into a certain characters buttcrack, by the way. but for what it's worth, it can be an enjoyable movie for folks who enjoy horribly made films and/or films with bizarre plots.
(jp) wrote: this was a star studded movie with a gripping plot
(kr) wrote: "The Return of Jafar" es obviamente una recopilacin de los primeros captulos de la serie animada "Aladdin". Con su trama casual y su animacin de baja calidad no debera siquiera llamarse secuela.
(ag) wrote: Apatow-ish in style, although it clearly predates Apatow by decades. It attempts to draw humor from real life situations. This can be a hit or miss proposition. It can be funny when Brooks is full of self doubt, but the fact of the matter is that his character is, for the most part, a psycho. So many times the thought is less "Isn't their on again/off again romance silly?" and more along the lines of "She should run from this guy before she ends up dead."
(it) wrote: Maureen O'Hara is the star of this vehicle and Lucille Ball plays the supporting character. Their "little" cat fight is a treat to see!
(ru) wrote: It may not be one of Hitchcock's sheer masterpieces, such as Vertigo or Psycho, but Marnie is still a well-constructed and interesting psychological thriller, with amazing cinematography and trace amounts of fast editing that seems very unique for a movie of its time.
(de) wrote: This movie was disappointing, expected it to be much better then it was. I didn't care for the characters at all, they all seemed self absorbed and only cared about partying and trying to act cool. They had the ability to travel back in time and win all that money and didn't even care to help anybody less fortunate then themselves. It was a movie obviously aimed at cliquey high school kids.
(it) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: Tonally, few films embody the vision of their respective creators as much as 'Pulp Fiction' does, but this thing just bleeds Tarantino through every single goddamn element. Yes for a start, it's an unsurprisingly bold and self-assured piece of film, but in the same breath it's also a whittingly self-aware one that has an awful lot of fun with itself. That kind of satyrical ego may well be Tarantino's staple, but for me that shines most strongly here as Pulp Fiction establishes its underlying confidence more than most of his other works. That comes from a combination of its genious narrative structure, the confidence of its themes and the work on its characters, but all in all it means that the film is then able to have further fun with itself because the foundations are so well laid. It does this throughout with its genious scenarios and whitt, and the result is a film that will have you grinning from ear-to-ear, yet hooked by the scruff of your neck at the same time.WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: That overall confidence may well leave some a little uneasy, and even its greatest admirers can see that the whole thing loves itself just a little too much under the surface.VERDICT: The very embodiment of Tarantino; 'Pulp Fiction' is sheer, unquestioning genious that enjoys taking one step back to mock its own self-confidence, even if that's still in the knowledge that it's very, very good indeed.