Based on the novel by Maria Gripe, this is the story of two children, Klas and Klara, growing up in the poor Swedish countryside of the mid-19th century. Their father Albert is a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Based on the novel by Maria Gripe, this is the story of two children, Klas and Klara, growing up in the poor Swedish countryside of the mid-19th century. Their father Albert is a ...
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Gabriel N (nl) wrote: Best dolphin couple ever! Hope is the new dolphin who is paired with winter a baby dolphin!!! -madison
Lisa W (us) wrote: Weird. Very weird. Also, I think that was the mom from the TV show where the men were pilots and everyone was swingers. Can the woman only play one role?
Andy P (mx) wrote: I like Audrey Tautou in almost anything and Gad Elmaleh makes for a charming leading man.
Dan D (mx) wrote: They captured what it's like to be drunk perfectly with the films writing and directing. Saying its all over the place is an under statement, you just have to see it for yourself.
Stuart K (gb) wrote: Directed by Douglas Hickox (Theatre of Blood (1973) and Zulu Dawn (1979)), this is a tough British thriller which put John Wayne as a fish-out-of-water cop in London, that's the novelty about it. It was the second of only 2 cop films Wayne did, the other one being McQ (1974), but there is quite a bit to admire about this film, it has a great cast, although it does owe alot to Coogan's Bluff (1968), only set in London, but it does work. Chicago cop Jim Brannigan (Wayne) is sent to London to extradite American gangster Ben Larkin (John Vernon). Brannigan is aided by local policewoman Jennifer (Judy Geeson), and Brannigan reports to Commander Swann (Richard Attenborough), who runs the Metropolitan Police, and doesn't like that Brannigan carries a gun to sort out matters. But when Larkin is kidnapped by Mel Fields (Mel Ferrer), Brannigan goes on a manhunt across London looking for him, but a contract has been put out on Brannigan's life to prevent him sending Larkin back to America, with hitman Gorman (Daniel Pilon) sent to London to stop Brannigan, but Brannigan won't be stopped at doing his job. It's a routine action thriller, but it's very light hearted, with Wayne playing it up, and causing a bar-room brawl as he would have in one of his westerns, but it has some amusing sights like Wayne fighting Brian Glover and Wayne throwing Tony Robinson into the Thames.
Jamie C (it) wrote: A just under average Carry On film, different from most of the others, Starts slow but gets pretty funny but not the kind of humour these films usually bring.
Lee M (de) wrote: Its fine cast, particularly Mr. Macy, lift it above its limitations and lend grace to its once-again timely message that tends to be delivered with a heavy hand.
chase (gb) wrote: well done, but there's just not quite enough for me to sink my teeth into.