House of Whipcord

House of Whipcord

Somewhere in the middle of the English countryside a former judge and a group of former prison warders, including his lover, run their own prison for young women who have not been held properly to account for their crimes. Here they mete out their own form of justice and ensure that the girls never return to their old ways.

An old man that lives in an old house conducts a correctional institute for girls. But he does not realize that the date is the present as he is cooped up in the house. He is assisted my a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


House of Whipcord torrent reviews

Chris G (ag) wrote: A broad comedy farce that bring the iconic comedy buffoon to the big screen...Popular Turkish comedy writer and performer ?ahan Gkbakar ("Dikkat sahan cikabilir") recruits his younger brother Togan Gkbakar ("Gen") to direct the big screen dbut of his titular comedy character in this crude farce that was the year's box office number one in Turkey and has spawned two equally successful sequels.Recep vedik (?ahan Gkbakar) is a fat, aggressive, unibrowed slob who is put up in a classy Antalya hotel as reward for returning the owners lost wallet and proceeds to reek havoc with his uncouth ways as he tries to win over his childhood sweetheart Sibel (Fatma Toptas) in the set-up to this rather uninspired class-clash comedy.?ahan Gkbakar creates an inspired burlesque exaggeration of the modern Turkish peasantry at large in the city while superb support comes from the likes of Fatma Toptas. Tulug Cizgen and Hakan Bilgin as the westernised "White Turks" whose mores and manners he violently collides with to give the film its comic edge.The film-makers quickly eschew any deep social-commentary on the class-clash at the heart of their film in favour of broad farce and crude behaviour that sets the comedy creation among the likes of Mr. Bean or Borat except that here they are driven by a misguided romantic endeavour that requires us to actually empathise with this boorish buffoon."Hear me well; I'm aggressive, I have complexes."

Ronnie S (ru) wrote: Fed film der var lige rigelig langtrukken, og sjldent har jeg siddet tilbage med s mange "hvordan, hvorfor, hvorledes, hvornr" sprgsml. Den er ikke forvirrende, den forklarer bare ikke rigtig s meget .. ~v bv, men udemrket film hvis man kan se bort fra det

Rita I (us) wrote: crises de fous rires rptition! j adore les sushissssssss

Steve D (de) wrote: A feel good family film I always loved bynes and she is very likeable here

Ana S (es) wrote: It is quite funny and entertaining! And for those fans of ABBA a good time in the cinema, singing and dancing along!!! Nice to see how much the showbizz evolved since the 70s!

Brett W (us) wrote: Ridiculously fun, ludicrously adept at spoofing the spy craze. Kind of meanders after the first 45 minutes.

Tiberio S (es) wrote: There's a conflict of idea and execution, the former being it's strength, the latter it's weakness. It's episodic, which is perhaps the best expression of any war. Just as I get caught up in one story, it drifts away to another. This is sometimes frustrating, yet satisfying in other ways. I was interested in what would happen to the Protestant and Jew at the monastery, but it leaves with their Italian-speaking Catholic leader having some nice words to say about the people that took them in. At it's core is the theme of communication and language barriers, which is a far more interesting point to highlight than the usual battle mission fare. The dubbing was pretty bad and it often has that Godzilla effect. The filmmaking was not always strong, and often became boring to look at it, despite the circumstances being interesting.

Zach F (fr) wrote: Very cool spy movie with some great verbal sparring going on between Bogart and Mary Astor.

Mark J (fr) wrote: The cowboy aspect I wasn't all into and it took me almost an hour to really be invested in this movie but the back half is so incredible and in the end I was appreciative of the film as a whole and it really covers some topics that I've never seen on screen before and moved me deeply.