How to Get Ahead in Advertising

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.

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Joe M (kr) wrote: Solid movie and story

Tim S (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.

Kjirsten A (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!

Mlodie C (de) wrote: j'avais pleur et romane bohringer tais juste dvant moi ds la salle

Deb S (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.

Alonso A (fr) wrote: Enthralling deconstruction of exploitation that works as exploitation itself.

Josh L (kr) wrote: Jesus Christ, this movie.

Jeff B (fr) wrote: Waaayyy better than the Zigra movie. Also, hilarious episode of MST3K. The Richard Burton stuff on MST3K was top-notch.

Jamie C (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.

Kent M (ag) wrote: I thoroughly enjoyed this. I didn't know there was a Hitchcock film I hadn't seen.

Jeffrey T (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.