How to Get Ahead in Advertising
Dennis Dimbleby Bagley is a brilliant young advertising executive who can’t come up with a slogan to sell a revolutionary new pimple cream. His obsessive worrying affects not only his relationship with his wife, his friends and his boss, but also his own body—when he grows a large stress-related boil on his shoulder. But when the boil grows eyes and a mouth and starts talking.
- Stars:Richard E. Grant, Rachel Ward, Richard Wilson, Jacqueline Tong, John Shrapnel, Susan Wooldridge, Hugh Armstrong, Mick Ford, Jacqueline Pearce, Christopher Simon, Gino Melvazzi, Victor Lucas, Dawn Keeler, Kerryann White, Vivienne McKone,
- Director:Bruce Robinson,
- Writer:Bruce Robinson
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(kr) wrote: Solid movie and story
(jp) wrote: Great film. Even if you haven't seen any 70s blaxploitation films this is still a funny send-up of them. Visable boom mics and all.
(nl) wrote: This is a fun, poignant film that addresses multiple contemporary issues in a fast-paced, matter of fact way. Refreshingly honest and often funny - definitely worth a ticket, or even two!
(de) wrote: j'avais pleur et romane bohringer tais juste dvant moi ds la salle
(fr) wrote: Mackenzie Astin, a Midwestern farm kid in 1917 enters a grueling Winnipeg, Canada-to-St. Paul, Minnesota dog-sled race so he can save the family farm and have enough money to go to college. Also featuring the great Kevin Spacey as a ruthless reporter covering the sled-race for his newspaper. Iron Will as he is called overcomes prejudice, harsh weather, evil men and their henchmen as he attempts to win a big sled race. Can he make this dream a reality? Will he outsmart the sinister and evil Swedish man, Ivan von Evilstein and reach the finish line on time? Watch to find out.
(fr) wrote: Enthralling deconstruction of exploitation that works as exploitation itself.
(kr) wrote: Jesus Christ, this movie.
(fr) wrote: Waaayyy better than the Zigra movie. Also, hilarious episode of MST3K. The Richard Burton stuff on MST3K was top-notch.
(es) wrote: Really funny and brave comedy, Borat was brilliant this is on par, It's just as shocking and makes you wonder how he got away with most of it.
(ag) wrote: I thoroughly enjoyed this. I didn't know there was a Hitchcock film I hadn't seen.
(fr) wrote: An unexpected treat. Though we'd found another run-of-the-mill low budget haunted house movie (set in New Zealand, of all places), and instead realized half-way through we'd stumbled on a hysterical dark comedy. If you have Netflix streaming you must check this out. It takes a bit to figure out the thrills are being played for laughs, but once it clicks its a really fun ride. Hope to see more from Gerard Johnstone.