The stooges apply for job as 'Yard Men' at Scotland Yard, thinking they'll become detectives, but instead wind up as gardeners. When they accidentally see a memo about the theft a famous diamond, the boys decide to go after the crooks. They find the crooks, but Shemp accidentally swallows the diamond which was hidden in a bowl of candy. The bad guys want to cut the diamond out, but the boys foil them with the help of a friendly gorilla.
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(br) wrote: Moss definitely kept me on my toes
(jp) wrote: Good true story with a enjoyable cast!
(au) wrote: empeiza bien y a los 15 min sale 50cent y aruina todo jaja, esta bien de canal 5
(nl) wrote: no thanks not my thing
(es) wrote: Unfortunately named.....WOLFHOUND is much, much better than I expected and infinitely better than it needed to be. A beautifully lensed and very well acted fantasy film filled with action and effects that are not to the overblown, overproduced standards of a Hollywood counterpart... WOLFHOUND is a surprising blend of just the right mix of effects and realism to achieve a deserved place in the pantheon of "must-see" fantasy films. WOLFHOUND isn't without it's flaws... It's oftentimes derivative and stereotypical of it's genre, but somehow, those tiny little nods and winks to fantasy epics past, are presented in such a way that they seem fresh, inventive and new. Any fan of this genre will enjoy the film and overlook it's few imperfections... (After all...Fantasy films are nothing without a princess to save).
(br) wrote: Foregoing the (blunt) plot for underlying themes of camaraderie and love. Cliche-ish plot, but great for at least a watch - Jeremy Piven and John C McGinley, especially for those who only know them from only "Entourage" and "Scrubs", respectively. Said before, seems over-directed, with a few too many camera angles and effects. Underrated film for sure, made the movie, for me at least, seeing Gyllenhaal roll a joint with one hand. Stoner movie for sure. Some parts of the plot dragged out too long while others should have been elaborated on, seemed to numb the emotional effect the movie had. Nonetheless, will watch again soon.
(au) wrote: I am rather ashamed to admit that this is my first experience with director Anh Hung Tran, but after seeing 'Cyclo' it definitely won't be my last. An obvious comparison can be maid between De Sica's Bicycle Thief and Tran's Cyclo in that they both are soaked in neorealism but 'Cyclo' also adds an element of surrealism to the mix, creating a deeply affecting, engrossing film. Taking place in Vietnam, we are shown this dirty, poverty stricken setting through the eyes and actions of several characters, most notably a young boy, who is essentially forced to join a gang after his cyclo is stolen, and his sister, who enters the world of prostitution as a way to get by. Pretty much every aspect of this film is gorgeous in it's depiction of this lifestyle This film has some of the best use of color that I have ever seen, setting mood and at times portraying emotion in the characters. I also found Tran's use of the close-up to be remarkable in that he never overuses it but when he does the emphasis is definitely felt. I don't know if it's just me but the film did seem to want to keep the viewer somewhat distanced. Don't get me wrong, the film is vivid and emotionally engaging but it still feels like Tran wants the viewer to feel the disconnect. A theory I have is that maybe Tran wanted to viewer to feel like they had no control over the happenings of the film and that they are just forced to watch. Maybe that observation is just me seeing things.. but yea. Usually when watching a film I gravitate emotionally towards one of the characters but in this film I felt very invested in the well being of almost every character. Tony Leung gives an unforgettable subdued performance as a pimp with a a conscious, to describe it as generically as possible.
(br) wrote: Meg Ryan unexpectedly switches souls with an old deadly-sick man during her marriage with Alec Baldwin. The old man leaves wth Alec for a honeymoon, Meg gets to a hospital. Honeymoon gets soir, Alec returns back to his true love, who just happens not to be well, and they continue to play love until the end of the movie, when the old man comes with a PC speach to deliver us the happy ending in the Nick of time. The old man is revolting, love sequences with the old man and Alec are twice as revolting.
(br) wrote: Well, this wasn't the amazing cool comedy I dreamed it was going to be back when I first wanted to watch this at about 10 years old, but I still had some fun with it. Dudley Moore can be funny and charming at times. I'll never listen to Bolero the same again.
(kr) wrote: It was scary. So I liked it
(ag) wrote: Weak story, terrible acting, bad pacing, but I love all that footage of thirty lions and tigers destroying a house!
(us) wrote: They make up for the loss of Chris Klein by making it the funniest in the series! It's so funny in fact, that you don't care as much that the story isn't as good as the previous ones. But like always, the friends chemistry is still there, which will elevate anything!