A mysterious door in the basement of the Hercules house leads to the Sixth Dimension by way of a gigantic set of intestine. When Frenchy slips through the door, King Fausto falls in love with her. The jealous Queen Doris takes Frenchy prisoner, and it is up to the Hercules family and friend Squeezit Henderson to rescue her.
- Stars:Hervé Villechaize, Susan Tyrrell, Gisele Lindley, Jan Stuart Schwartz, Marie-Pascale Elfman, Virginia Rose, Gene Cunningham, Phil Gordon, Hyman Diamond, Matthew Bright, Danny Elfman, Viva, Joe Spinell, Brian Routh, Martin von Haselberg,
- Director:Richard Elfman,
- Writer:Richard Elfman (story), Richard Elfman (screenplay), Matthew Bright (screenplay), Nick L. Martinson (screenplay), Nicholas James (screenplay)
The bizarre and musical tale of a girl who travels to another dimension through the gateway found in her family's basement. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(kr) wrote: It has a lot of great premises, but poor execution. Film may limit the otherwise interesting storytelling as appose to a novel. The animation goes off and on, and a few characters could have used a bit more development. The battle scenes are fairly awesome, and the designs and style are appealing to the eyes. An enjoyable enough follow-up to the classic novel.
(ag) wrote: Its been forever since I've seen Sinbad do stand-up. Heck do anything! Its also been a long time since I've enjoyed a routine this much. I had no idea he was this kind of funny. While watching this I saw Sinbad touch on a wide range of subjects. Teenagers, taxes, marriage, cars. But it was refreshing. He had a new twist on it and a REAL observation that everybody in the crowd could relate to. Which bring me to another positive. The audience was comprised of teens, elders, black, white, Asian, etc etc. And many times throughout Sinbad has to pause due to the roars and folks not being able to breathe. That's comedy!! All in all, great to watch, felt like he was talking right to me and speaking to my own thoughts. And that's the mark of a comedian, seriously!
(jp) wrote: Apt title for the political message this film makes. It's more than that though, cleverly using the setting for a film crew's historical production of Conquistadors who keep the indigenous people down to mirror the events of the modern day issues faced by the natives. There's also a personal story of change from the commercial driven producer who changes to one that more than emphasises with the people he set out to also exploit.
(ru) wrote: It's a lovely little gem of a film, a gem in the rough that is. It's a bit overrun with characters and the DP doesn't have the steadiest of hands, but the players are all magnificent, as is the AUS riverside setting. Kerry Armstrong (Lantana) is a standout.
(jp) wrote: I am now officially totally gay.
(us) wrote: I am unable to NOT love this movie!!
(ru) wrote: Pretty abizmal low budget as hell action film with hopper and seagal. WOrth a watch for Hopper's on/off Irish accent done awfully lol.
(nl) wrote: A very real, personal story, biographical of the author of The Yearling and Jacob's Ladder. The acting is very good, the characters are very likable.
(jp) wrote: Although Alfie lacks the charming cockney feel that made the original such a classic, it's updated foray into a modern story is well executed and boasts a convincing feel.Alfie holds a significantly more dramatic tone that the original 1966 film, but manages to make it work well through the film despite deviating fairly far from the original comedic roots of the story.The cinematography also keeps up with Alfie's exploits and handles some symbolism in a greatly appropriate manner.Jude Law makes a fine lead, giving us a side to Alfie that we never knew due to the way he balances his performance with the dramatic themes of Alfie and making the remake seem like watching the original Alfie from a different emotional perspective than Michael Caine did. And even though he doesn't best Michael Caine because he's attempting to recreate an iconic character, Jude Law's performance is full of skill.Alfie also features a performance of the always marvellous Susan Sarandon in a role just perfect because it capitalises on her constant unbridled beauty through ageing as well as her skills as an actress, the feel she provides to the atmosphere and the utter charm of her mere voice is just what's needed. You can't say that this is a role anyone was born to play, but it's definitely the role Susan Sarandon aged perfectly to play.However, the signature action of breaking the fourth wall that was coined in the 1966 version becomes fairly overused rather fast in Alfie, and even though it doesn't attempt to directly copy things exactly as they were in the original Alfie, it does overkill one of the things that made the original great. Alfie also deviates distant enough from comedy that it becomes merely not that fun to watch, unlike the original one where Michael Caine was never anything more than fun in even the dramatic sequences. Even though it is a moving drama, that's what it's all about, Alfie. It's all drama and no fun. All Drama and No fun make Alfie a dull boy, even though Jude Law makes it work.So Alfie is more impressive than expected, but struggles to balance between not copying the original and not deviating too far from it's comedic roots, but as a dramatic venture it's perfectly acted and is an entirely new look at Alfie and updates into a modern setting very well.
(ca) wrote: not good. I usually like most Depp movies
(au) wrote: THE OTHER FIENNES BROTHER.
(it) wrote: Very poor - can't believe the average rating. Are the people rating this scary real horror fans?!