Healthy, Wealthy and Dumb

Healthy, Wealthy and Dumb

Curly wins $50,000 in a radio contest and the stooges move into the Hotel Costa Plente. Their suite is furnished with many expensive items which they systematically wreck, running up quite a bill. When they discover that, minus tax deductions, the jackpot is only $4.85 they quickly agree to marry three pretty rich widows who are also living in the hotel. The "widows" are actually gold diggers conniving to the get the jackpot money. When the girls find out what the jackpot is really worth, the boys get conked with champagne bottles.

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Tyler S (es) wrote: An uneven film but not without it's merits.

Paul D (au) wrote: Fair sequel, it's adventurous, but mainly for kids with the exception of Hank Azaria who clearly relishes the Gargamel role.

Aaron B (fr) wrote: Creepy, well acted supernatural horror film.

Laura N (it) wrote: Cody Curtis is my hero.I am not here to preach. Although the movie does lean towards Death with Dignity, it does also show two people in Oregon who were terminally ill and did not choose this option. They also explain that Death with Dignity is not euthanasia because terminally ill patients take the life ending medication themselves. They are asked two questions: Do you realize you don't have to do this? And do you understand what this medicine is going to do? I realize many people will disagree with me. I would NEVER make this decision for another human being. But for myself, I would want to at least have the option. Ok, I totally preached....sorry...but at least watch the documentary and decide for yourself.

Sunita R (mx) wrote: It was entertaining but I would not watch it a second time. Kunal, Cyrus and Boman Irani were fun to watch.

Jeff H (jp) wrote: A low budget zombie comedy movie. I am about half way through and it is not too bad when compared to other low budget zombie movies. If you don't get put off by low quality film/budget movies and like zombie this one may be worth a watch. It is on netflix streaming right now.

Mohammed A (ag) wrote: The first movie was better than this

Logan G (jp) wrote: this is a really good movie

Owain J (ag) wrote: Very, very funny film.

Marcus P (it) wrote: Simply a beautiful movie. I noticed that 92% of people marked Not Interested. This must be because they don't know about it, or because they are dumb as bricks.

Jim A (gb) wrote: The most grim, bone chilling, scariest movie ever made. A realitic potraying of the full effects of a nuclear war. With a docudrama style it holds nothing back in showing the devestating consequence that a full nuclear exchange would have on the planet. Threads drives its message home extremely well. Nuclear war is unthinkable

Jay J (gb) wrote: Paul Telfer has the body of a god!

Martin R (ca) wrote: 4/30/15: I just finished watching a movie, it's a very notorious movie--well known among horror fans. It's a found footage film that takes place in the Amazon and it involves tribes that consume people. It's infamous for its cruelty towards animals, the poor treatment of native extras, and the fact that murder charges were brought up against the director. That last bit, in particular, says a lot when people mistake your movie for a snuff film. Having seen the entire movie for the first time, I can attest to the movie's realism, and it's interesting that many people consider to the whole found footage thing to be overdone. Yet, I felt that this movie uses that style to its advantage, and--outside of the genuine animal killings--what you see is disgusting and shocking. Which was clearly the director's goal - it's effective, I won't lie. But there are some things you just don't do and this director goes out of his way to intentionally do them just to gross out the audience. That, to me, is low. I don't think it was necessary to kill animals in front of the camera and I certainly dislike the decision to include real execution footage. Looking past the animal stuff, the movie isn't the goriest nor the bloodiest, I mean, there are zombie movies that more or less compare with this one. As a horror movie, it's well-made and it easily earns 5 stars out of 5. But I can't give it that honor, so it's a 2 out of 5 from me - blame it on the director. If you know which movie I'm talking about, fine. If you don't, it's probably best that you keep it that way. I neglected to mention the title of this movie on purpose. Just because I don't want certain people to look it up. Look, I know it's not the most graphic movie ever made but there's definitely moments that feel...too real. Heck, some of them are real. I just think that engaging the audience in this manner is cheap. The original Texas Chainsaw Massacre was just as effective and, while animal blood and bones were used, they did not resort to ripping apart turtles on screen. The inability to distinguish what's real and what's not may be the best thing that this film has going for it, but it's also the worst. And the reoccurring theme about civilized vs uncivilized is ironic when you take into account that the director was basically an asshole when the movie was being filmed. The actions that we're supposed to condemn in the movie are mirrored by the director's own methods of production. And yes, it's been a long time since the movie was released, but I see no reason to set aside criticism.The one true pro was that I was able to acquire "Cannibal Holocaust" as a part of a 3 for $5 deal at a yard sale.

Timothy P (us) wrote: Spielberg + aliens = winning combination.Spielberg + Hawn.... less so

Mayank A (fr) wrote: Really enjoyed the historical biopic based on Hypatia, a woman mathematician, astronomer, and philosopher in the 4th century Egypt. She is probably among the earliest recorded woman scientist and times she lived in were interesting. A time when Rome & its Imperial authority were on the decline, it was the time of the rise of Christianity & it's interesting to see the brutality which was employed by each of the religions against each other. The movie depends on intelligent & well researched story, beautiful visuals and great performances instead of sensationalizing action which is the norm with historical epic.

Jayakrishnan R (ag) wrote: Am I the only one who saw this film just to know who this Charlie guy is?

Joel M (nl) wrote: I'm scared of how much I might like this movie