Grogg

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Nyblandad Grogg innehåller sketcher med Robert Gustafsson, Johan Wahlström, Sissela Kyle, Anna Björk och Stig Grybe. En DVD i nattsuddarstämning, ett relationsdrama med gubbar som hänger i baren fast de borde vara hemma. En sprängfylld version av TV-serien Grogg med alla favoriterna, en massa nytt och sketcherna som aldrig borde ha fått en andra chans. Sexistisk improvisation när den är som bäst. Robert Gustafsson som aggressiv östermalmstant klagar över "svartingar med sylvässade huggtänder som ritualslaktar hundvalpar i badkaret". Och den blinda indiern sjunger sin klassiska hyllningssång till spårvagnen. Alltså precis som vanligt, den icke normativa kreativitetens triumf i Schlegels anda, när Sveriges roligaste man slår till igen. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Anvita D (us) wrote: A movie too good to be true. But then all movies are. However, this was an awesome feel-good movie. Music ruled and dialogues were all in full energy. Part-1 had been a hit and I had high hopes from the second one! Well, it did fulfill them. A movie full of action, drama, energy, 'feel'. Yo-Yo's music was a little disappointing though. People looking for a full-pack entertainment, filled with passion and emotions must watch this one. The theme and story does leave a thought provoking impact about Indian police/ anti-corruption.

Grant H (mx) wrote: Clint, I love you, but why this film at this time? Swing and miss.

Alex R (fr) wrote: Great film. Slow paced but never dull. Only slight downside is Michael Caines terrible accent.

pitchoune (mx) wrote: Motivated stories with a twist. A lot of weirdness, not all logical.

Teri T (au) wrote: Probably the best movie of my favorite fellow Chicagoan, Dennis Farina. A true Chicagoan and great man.

Alfon D (gb) wrote: A great story...Not knowing whether this one is based on true story or not....But if it is, then I guess this one story that not many peoples is familiar with...

Russ B (br) wrote: This is my favorite documentary ever. The story behind Deep Throat is utterly fascinating. It truly is mind blowing that Deep could possibly be the most profitable movies ever made and the makers have no way to know because of its shady associations over the years.If you are a documentary lover, porn lover, weird Hollywood story lover this is for you.

Andrew S (es) wrote: Good movie about 3 friends who plan a foolproof heist, but have the plans stolen and used by a brutal gangster.

Kevin M W (ag) wrote: There's two stories here: the first is about a writing class, particularly the teacher and two students, all concerned with "creating fiction". The second part concerns a documentary filmmaker interested in showing the real stress applying for college engenders amongst high schoolers. But it's what's beneath the surface and how it's revealed that makes this a sparkler for me, a film that's aware that it's not for mainstream thinking, it's Armageddon without the SFX or CGI.

Clare M (mx) wrote: i loved this film..it made me laugh out loud on a plane the first time i saw it! v touching

Jacky L (mx) wrote: i was already suspicious of the underwater opening sequence but plodded on. just when i thought "ok, it really ain't that bad" , the movie spiraled crazily downhill. i've not seen anything this ludicrous (and infuriating) for awhile. ) you'd feel zilch empathy for the characters cos c'mon that ain't love, ladies, it's carnal desire pure and simple. the corniness of it all, plus when one of 'em said 'i love you' to the other, nearly made me throw up all over my computer screen. the writer/ director oughta be shot. she managed one good line though, "everything gets ordinary eventually." damn true that.

Misty A (de) wrote: Trapped in Paradise: The love of a community changes lives. The value of this film for everyone is an example of how a wonderful townspeople who are decent and kind to three brothers who are bank robbers change these three boys' hearts from greed to doing good will towards men. Trapped in Paradise is a movie that reverses the community dynamic from the classic Christmas film It's a Wonderful Life. In It's a Wonderful Life, George Bailey is the one person who holds a community together, and his community is saved and is better off for it because of his selfless actions throughout his life. Instead, Trapped in Paradise is a movie about a town entirely populated by George-Bailey-type characters who are able to transform the three main characters because of the influence of a kind-hearted community as a whole. It's a Wonderful Life is one individual changing a community however Trapped in Paradise is the power that a kind-hearted community has to change individuals.Three Firpo brothers, Bill Firpo (Nicolas Cage, Alvin (Dana Carvey), and Dave (Jon Lovitz), have been brought up and raised by a single parent and a much less fortunate family values and circumstances. Even though the brothers are close they are tempted to make the wrong choice. Even though two of the three brothers have just been released from jail and are on parole they plan to steal from a semi unguarded bank in a small-town paradise. While they are there they find true love from the locals in the small town and place of value, love, caring, and family. The Firpo boys' hearts are changed forever. They start to value these things of love and care over temptations of money and greed. The first thing that began to change the hearts and minds of these three Firpo brothers was while they were robbing the bank. The people in the bank were so kind to them. They were so accommodating they were comical. Bill (Nicolas Cage) also fell in love with the bank manager's daughter who was such a contrast from his mother who common and encouraged her boys to steal. The bank manager's daughter was in contrast to the Firpos mother, was very decent and classy and level headed woman. Another moment in the film was when the bank manager's wife was also so kind to them and invited them over for dinner and treated them like as if they were part of the family. Despite all the kindness the townspeople were offering they still robbed the bank, and after a long chase from the cops in a sled, they were hungry, exhausted, wet, tired, and ended back at the bank manager home. This time the wife goes overboard and offers her own husband's Christmas presents to the three Firpo brothers so they have dry clothes to wear and invites them to family Christmas dinner. After dinner one Firpo Brother, Bill, wants to give the money back after hearing how stealing is going to affect the towns people but isn't sure how he will do it. The townspeople continued to show kindness and change the heart and souls of these three brothers. This is a cute comedy that will keep your attention throughout the movie. One scene when younger Firpo boy is suggesting crime the old brother looks at him and he has the funniest expression on his face. In this scene is when Bill says "wipe the whooomeee look of your face!" Another funny scene is when the Firpo boys are invited to the banks managers home for Christmas dinner and the one Firpo boy (who is a helpless kleptomaniac) hogs all the gravy and he says "It's got scallions.' while he continues to pour the whole pot of gravy on his plate with a chuckle right after. It's just such a cute and entertaining movie the whole family can enjoy.This is a movie to remember as a tradition for your family to watch every Christmas holiday with your other favorites like the movie It's a Wonderful Life. While watching It's a Wonderful Life it will refresh how we as individuals can affect a town likewise. While watching Trapped in Paradise it reminds us as people in a community as a whole to be decent and kind to each other and people coming into our community and how we will influence people around us to be good to all men.Trapped in Paradise: The love of a community changes lives. The value of this film for everyone is an example of how a wonderful townspeople who are decent and kind to three brothers who are bank robbers change these three boys' hearts from greed to doing good will towards men. Trapped in Paradise is a movie that reverses the community dynamic from the classic Christmas film It's a Wonderful Life. In It's a Wonderful Life, George Bailey is the one person who holds a community together, and his community is saved and is better off for it because of his selfless actions throughout his life. Instead, Trapped in Paradise is a movie about a town entirely populated by George-Bailey-type characters who are able to transform the three main characters because of the influence of a kind-hearted community as a whole. It's a Wonderful Life is one individual changing a community however Trapped in Paradise is the power that a kind-hearted community has to change individuals.Three Firpo brothers, Bill Firpo (Nicolas Cage, Alvin (Dana Carvey), and Dave (Jon Lovitz), have been brought up and raised by a single parent and a much less fortunate family values and circumstances. Even though the brothers are close they are tempted to make the wrong choice. Even though two of the three brothers have just been released from jail and are on parole they plan to steal from a semi unguarded bank in a small-town paradise. While they are there they find true love from the locals in the small town and place of value, love, caring, and family. The Firpo boys' hearts are changed forever. They start to value these things of love and care over temptations of money and greed. The first thing that began to change the hearts and minds of these three Firpo brothers was while they were robbing the bank. The people in the bank were so kind to them. They were so accommodating they were comical. Bill (Nicolas Cage) also fell in love with the bank manager's daughter who was such a contrast from his mother who common and encouraged her boys to steal. The bank manager's daughter was in contrast to the Firpos mother, was very decent and classy and level headed woman. Another moment in the film was when the bank manager's wife was also so kind to them and invited them over for dinner and treated them like as if they were part of the family. Despite all the kindness the townspeople were offering they still robbed the bank, and after a long chase from the cops in a sled, they were hungry, exhausted, wet, tired, and ended back at the bank manager home. This time the wife goes overboard and offers her own husband's Christmas presents to the three Firpo brothers so they have dry clothes to wear and invites them to family Christmas dinner. After dinner one Firpo Brother, Bill, wants to give the money back after hearing how stealing is going to affect the towns people but isn't sure how he will do it. The townspeople continued to show kindness and change the heart and souls of these three brothers. This is a cute comedy that will keep your attention throughout the movie. One scene when younger Firpo boy is suggesting crime the old brother looks at him and he has the funniest expression on his face. In this scene is when Bill says "wipe the whooomeee look of your face!" Another funny scene is when the Firpo boys are invited to the banks managers home for Christmas dinner and the one Firpo boy (who is a helpless kleptomaniac) hogs all the gravy and he says "It's got scallions.' while he continues to pour the whole pot of gravy on his plate with a chuckle right after. It's just such a cute and entertaining movie the whole family can enjoy.This is a movie to remember as a tradition for your family to watch every Christmas holiday with your other favorites like the movie It's a Wonderful Life. While watching It's a Wonderful Life it will refresh how we as individuals can affect a town likewise. While watching Trapped in Paradise it reminds us as people in a community as a whole to be decent and kind to each other and people coming into our community and how we will influence people around us to be good to all men.Trapped in Paradise: The love of a community changes lives. The value of this film for everyone is an example of how a wonderful townspeople who are decent and kind to three brothers who are bank robbers change these three boys' hearts from greed to doing good will towards men. Trapped in Paradise is a movie that reverses the community dynamic from the classic Christmas film It's a Wonderful Life. In It's a Wonderful Life, George Bailey is the one person who holds a community together, and his community is saved and is better off for it because of his selfless actions throughout his life. Instead, Trapped in Paradise is a movie about a town entirely populated by George-Bailey-type characters who are able to transform the three main characters because of the influence of a kind-hearted community as a whole. It's a Wonderful Life is one individual changing a community however Trapped in Paradise is the power that a kind-hearted community has to change individuals.Three Firpo brothers, Bill Firpo (Nicolas Cage, Alvin (Dana Carvey), and Dave (Jon Lovitz), have been brought up and raised by a single parent and a much less fortunate family values and circumstances. Even though the brothers are close they are tempted to make the wrong choice. Even though two of the three brothers have just been released from jail and are on parole they plan to steal from a semi unguarded bank in a small-town paradise. While they are there they find true love from the locals in the small town and place of value, love, caring, and family. The Firpo boys' hearts are changed forever. They start to value these things of love and care over temptations of money and greed. The first thing that began to change the hearts and minds of these three Firpo brothers was while they were robbing the bank. The people in the bank were so kind to them. They were so accommodating they were comical. Bill (Nicolas Cage) also fell in love with the bank manager's daughter who was such a contrast from his mother who common and encouraged her boys to steal. The bank manager's daughter was in contrast to the Firpos mother, was very decent and classy and level headed woman. Another moment in the film was when the bank manager's wife was also so kind to them and invited them over for dinner and treated them like as if they were part of the family. Despite all the kindness the townspeople were offering they still robbed the bank, and after a long chase from the cops in a sled, they were hungry, exhausted, wet, tired, and ended back at the bank manager home. This time the wife goes overboard and offers her own husband's Christmas presents to the three Firpo brothers so they have dry clothes to wear and invites them to family Christmas dinner. After dinner one Firpo Brother, Bill, wants to give the money back after hearing how stealing is going to affect the towns people but isn't sure how he will do it. The townspeople continued to show kindness and change the heart and souls of these three brothers. This is a cute comedy that will keep your attention throughout the movie. One scene when younger Firpo boy is suggesting crime the old brother looks at him and he has the funniest expression on his face. In this scene is when Bill says "wipe the whooomeee look of your face!" Another funny scene is when the Firpo boys are invited to the banks managers home for Christmas dinner and the one Firpo boy (who is a helpless kleptomaniac) hogs all the gravy and he says "It's got scallions.' while he continues to pour the whole pot of gravy on his plate with a chuckle right after. It's just such a cute and entertaining movie the whole family can enjoy.This is a movie to remember as a tradition for your family to watch every Christmas holiday with your other favorites like the movie It's a Wonderful Life. While watching It's a Wonderful Life it will refresh how we as individuals can affect a town likewise. While watching Trapped in Paradise it reminds us as people in a community as a whole to be decent and kind to each other and people coming into our community and how we will influence people around us to be good to all men.Trapped in Paradise: The love of a community changes lives. The value of this film for everyone is an example of how a wonderful townspeople who are decent and kind to three brothers who are bank robbers change these three boys' hearts from greed to doing good will towards men. Trapped in Paradise is a movie that reverses the community dynamic from the classic Christmas film It's a Wonderful Life. In It's a Wonderful Life, George Bailey is the one person who holds a community together, and his community is saved and is better off for it because of his selfless actions throughout his life. Instead, Trapped in Paradise is a movie about a town entirely populated by George-Bailey-type characters who are able to transform the three main characters because of the influence of a kind-hearted community as a whole. It's a Wonderful Life is one individual changing a community however Trapped in Paradise is the power that a kind-hearted community has to change individuals.Three Firpo brothers, Bill Firpo (Nicolas Cage, Alvin (Dana Carvey), and Dave (Jon Lovitz), have been brought up and raised by a single parent and a much less fortunate family values and circumstances. Even though the brothers are close they are tempted to make the wrong choice. Even though two of the three brothers have just been released from jail and are on parole they plan to steal from a semi unguarded bank in a small-town paradise. While they are there they find true love from the locals in the small town and place of value, love, caring, and family. The Firpo boys' hearts are changed forever. They start to value these things of love and care over temptations of money and greed. The first thing that began to change the hearts and minds of these three Firpo brothers was while they were robbing the bank. The people in the bank were so kind to them. They were so accommodating they were comical. Bill (Nicolas Cage) also fell in love with the bank manager's daughter who was such a contrast from his mother who common and encouraged her boys to steal. The bank manager's daughter was in contrast to the Firpos mother, was very decent and classy and level headed woman. Another moment in the film was when the bank manager's wife was also so kind to them and invited them over for dinner and treated them like as if they were part of the family. Despite all the kindness the townspeople were offering they still robbed the bank, and after a long chase from the cops in a sled, they were hungry, exhausted, wet, tired, and ended back at the bank manager home. This time the wife goes overboard and offers her own husband's Christmas presents to the three Firpo brothers so they have dry clothes to wear and invites them to family Christmas dinner. After dinner one Firpo Brother, Bill, wants to give the money back after hearing how stealing is going to affect the towns people but isn't sure how he will do it. The townspeople continued to show kindness and change the heart and souls of these three brothers. This is a cute comedy that will keep your attention throughout the movie. One scene when younger Firpo boy is suggesting crime the old brother looks at him and he has the funniest expression on his face. In this scene is when Bill says "wipe the whooomeee look of your face!" Another funny scene is when the Firpo boys are invited to the banks managers home for Christmas dinner and the one Firpo boy (who is a helpless kleptomaniac) hogs all the gravy and he says "It's got scallions.' while he continues to pour the whole pot of gravy on his plate with a chuckle right after. It's just such a cute and entertaining movie the whole family can enjoy.This is a movie to remember as a tradition for your family to watch every Christmas holiday with your other favorites like the movie It's a Wonderful Life. While watching It's a Wonderful Life it will refresh how we as individuals can affect a town likewise. While watching Trapped in Paradise it reminds us as people in a community as a whole to be decent and kind to each other and people coming into our community and how we will influence people around us to be good to all men.

Eduardo D (nl) wrote: i love this movie so much!

Stephen C (ag) wrote: The main reason you should see this film is for James Woods performance as the brutal Lloyd Hopkins a James Ellory creation who Woods was born to play.While LA Confidential is still the benchmark for most James Ellroy based films ,this one makes a pretty good stab at it even if the story is a little foggy in places.Det Lloyd Hopkins is determined to catch a serial killer who has been operating for the past 15 years killing young girls and sendin poetry to a woman Woods Becomes involved with.That part of the film feels a bit obvious for my taste .But what holds it togehter is Woods ,whether he is telling his young daughter about crime busts,Killing suspects or insulting his superiors ., he never puts a foot wrong and plays the role to the hilt .James B Harris who worked with Kubrick in the late 50s and early 60s directs reasonably well ,although the films ends on a rather blunt note ,which kind of annoyed me after all that went before.Pretty good 80s noir then saved by a strong cental performance.

Rachel B (gb) wrote: A decent interpretive adaptation of the book, but Grace Metalious's voice that gives such character and beauty to the underbelly of small town life is painfully absent. Putting aside difference with the novel, it's a nicely staged melodrama, but it gets too transparent near the end.

Texter D (kr) wrote: This movie may not be a blockbuster, but it gave me the most a movie can say about writing and art. A masterpiece. Really. #MustSee