Gents in a Jam
Shemp's rich Uncle Phineas comes to visit the stooges who are broke and about to evicted. The boys convince their landlady Mrs. McGruder not to toss them out as Shemp is set to inherit a fortune. The boys also have trouble with a circus strongman after Shemp accidentally rips off his wife's dress. Uncle Phineas gets in the middle of the fight, and Mrs. McGruder ends it by knocking out the strongman. It turns out that Uncle Phineas and the landlady were childhood sweethearts and he marries her, leaving the stooges out of the bucks once again.
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Gents in a Jam torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: It's a movie meant to be dark and gloomy because the train they stay in is basically a condensed version of the world we live in, a world ruled by greedy men and women but sustained by the poor and lower classes of society. It's a movie so real that it becomes quite scary.
(mx) wrote: Superb relationship story that doesn't try too hard. The uncertainly as to Red West's characters real motive are enough to maintain an interest, but it allows greater time for the development of William and Solo's friendship which is masterfully portrayed.
(fr) wrote: Because of the film's ballsy bait and switch marketing campaign everyone who wanted a gloomy serial killer biopic will be grossly disappointed and because it's just a bad movie, everyone one else will be aswell. Inconsistent and strangely political; Primeval fails to actually scare but manages to stupidly entertain.
(it) wrote: A piece of utterly pointless piffle that is an insult to the intelligence of anyone with an IQ in double digits. Apparently it is listed as one of George DBUBYA Bush's second favourite movie. The first being Bambi.
(au) wrote: Malisima. Muy debil la historia, los dialogos, las actuaciones, el "mensaje" que intenta dejar se escurren en un mar de mediocridad.
(de) wrote: This movie could have a lot of depth, but it failed as this movie only focused on CGI effects but not plot and story telling.
(ru) wrote: Predictable, and worse, essentially boring.
(au) wrote: An excellent thriller! Hollywood needs to really take note!
(nl) wrote: Flaws are there... but can't run away from the feeling this movie leaves. "Come... Fall in love... All over again"
(fr) wrote: I've always been a huge Weird Al fan. How much so? Just to give you a hint, I've seen him in concert three times. So you'd think I'd be all in for a Weird Al movie right? Well I thought so too. Unfortunately, the plot, what little there is, just meanders around without any rhyme or reason. It exists simply to tell gag jokes. It should go without saying, but jokes with no setup aren't funny or clever. It's why I don't like Family Guy, and it's unfortunately why I don't like this movie either. Sorry Al, let me know when you're on the road again, though. I'll be the first to buy a ticket for the show.
(gb) wrote: Thought it was hilarious
(au) wrote: this is a classic example of the 70s cop movie, with all that can be expected (cop takes matters into own hands after murder of colleague), and some that might not be. d'antoni and scheider make for a tense and gritty thriller that comes full with a tire-burning car chase. the tension builds throughout the film and is satisfyingly released in the climactic final pursuit scene.
(it) wrote: Looks like they spent more money on getting good actors than getting a good werewolf costume, it's no wonder why they spent most of the time not showing the werewolf. Take away the whole werewolf thing and you got a ok mystery, too bad it is ruined by a whole werewolf subplot. The acting is pretty good in this film but after that everything else is pretty terrible.
(au) wrote: Tatsuya Nakadai is the perfect mad villain in this. Originally intended as a trilogy, the film ends on a cliffhanger, but no sequels were ever made. Thankfully the ending still works, albeit in a different way than was intended. My only problem with this film is the pacing. Extremely solid first act, hazy middle bit, solid third act. That's the only thing stopping this from being a masterpiece. But it's still for sure a 4-star movie.
(kr) wrote: I like Kim Ki-Duk films... 3-Iron, Spring Summer Autumn Winter, Bi-Mong - they meander along but I'm always happy to follow. This is one of his depressing films, where dislikable people do dislikable things to each other, themselves and, in this case, dogs. All the main characters have some kind of major breakdown by the end and you'd be hard pushed to find any kind of redemptive message anywhere but if that doesn't bother you then give it a go.
(ca) wrote: If you don't have a life, get someone else's. Good Film! This is both a downer movie with two unhappy leads trying to survive their lives and a feel-good movie about people who find something in each other to survive. It's not quite a romance that develops, but there is a kind of loving co-dependence. It's meant to be deeper and more moving than it is mostly a issue of the writing again but you get the drift and it works overall. In the end, at the end, you wish so much it had been more than it was. It has so many interesting qualities that don't get pulled out, the surprising convergence in the plot, the game of taking on identities, the psychological depth of being who you are and accepting that. I felt let down by what did happen. The solutions are a bit obvious and almost cheap, depending on formulas seen before. Which is too bad because the set-up and the actors are worth more than that. Wallace Avery hates his job. His ex-wife and son hate him, and he's blown his one shot at living his dream. Not wanting to face all this, he stages his own death and buys himself a new identity as Arthur Newman. However, Arthur's road trip towards anew life is interrupted by the arrival of the beautiful but fragile Mike, who is also trying to leave her past behind. Drawn to one another, these two damaged souls begin to connect as they break into empty homes and take on the identities of the absent owners: elderly newlyweds, a high-roller and his Russian lady, among others. Through this process, Arthur and Mike discover that what they love most about each other are the identities they left at home, and their real journey, that of healing, begins.
(de) wrote: A film with children as the intended audience yet contains messages that are better suited for adults, Bridge to Terabithia is a very touching and impactful film on multiple levels. Besides the story itself focusing on two kids who grow a close relationship as they explore their imaginations, Terabithia cover a multitude of important topics including religion, sexism, family life, and loss, which make for a lot of heartfelt and emotional moments. Although some events seem a little unrealistic and might not hold up as well in the future, this film still carries plenty of meaning ten years later and is one you'll want to re-watch frequently.