A would be private eye gets mixed up in a smuggling case.

Ginley (Albert Finney) is a nightclub bingo caller eager for a career change. On his thirty-first birthday, he advertises himself as a private eye in the newspaper. He dons a trench coat, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Todd G (it) wrote: Zany, often pushing well into bizarre. A man-boy takes a vacation from his position as a priest and whines his way through a canoe trip with his high school hero. Occasionally irritating, but regularly strikes the funny bone.

My B (fr) wrote: Had a really hard time watching this.

Jared P (us) wrote: This movie is so bad I couldn't finish it.

Tuomas S (de) wrote: Kirjassa sanoma tulee varmasti paremmin esille.

Shawn M (jp) wrote: Okay...was expecting better from the Farrelly brothers...

Conrad H (ru) wrote: Predictable and generally not very well-made. Some signs of the talent that will later go on to make Bend it Like Beckham.

Andrew S (jp) wrote: A masterwork in storytelling that demonstrates the emotional capabilities of cinema. Deeply moving in gentle, subtle ways. Excellent score and an unbeatable cast namely Stanton as the transformative Travis.

Dane P (mx) wrote: Very groundbreaking for its time; this movie rides on its funny characters and funny situations. Recommended

Peter P (us) wrote: Fun little harmless bit of blaxploitation never hurt anyone. The movie itself is not actually bad. It is cheesy, but fun, and never takes itself to seriously. When I first heard about this movie I assumed that Pam Grier was the lead, and although I was disappointed that she was not, Tamara Dobson does a great job as the bad ass Cleo. Worth watching if you like the genre, and with very little language and no nudity, it is actually a nice change from movies from this period.On a side note, the description of the movie that is listed on flickster is pretty much completely wrong, there is no diabolical weapon and the secretary general has nothing to do with the movie, it is about a drug dealer named Mommy who takes on Cleopatra because she burned a huge poppy field in Asia.

Kevin J (gb) wrote: An incredibly depressing slice of life film, Umberto D depicts a man named Umberto and his dog Flike living in post-war Italy. A depressing and largely hopeless story unfolds in which your heart breaks at every single point, almost to the point where you hold contempt for the film for making you go through this. The turmoil and emotional pain this film causes make you want to break through the screen and give Umberto a hug. Like damn. Overall, Umberto D is a masterful film from the Italian Neorealism and from director Vittorio De Sica.

David J (ru) wrote: Made with energy, but the project feels kind of gimicky with the cell phone's battery being the core factor.

Pedro C (us) wrote: All water under the bridgeGo on bottoms upMy thoughts exactly!

Boris M (es) wrote: I saw this on late night cable back when I was a pre-teen. I'll probably never fully understand how much My Tutor infected my psyche, but I do know that it planted a seed of lust within me that has grown into a mighty oak over the years. Recently, I picked it up on DVD. It's power has not diminished, and I even discovered that Russ Meyer beauty Kitten Natividad is in it! Genius just got geniuser.

Lewis E (ru) wrote: (1.5 stars)Definitely one of the weirdest films ever been created. A man watches a videotape. Man goes crazy. Any proper attempt on my part to explain the premise would be futile. Possibly hidden behind the surreal, complex and down-right bizarre are insightful comments on television brainwashing. 'Videodrome' also acts as further proof that practical effects remains genuinely scarier than computer technology. Therefore to say it was a bad film due to my lack of understanding would be short-sighted; nevertheless, the level of confusion I experienced undeniably had a severe impact on its entertainment value.