Hugs and Mugs
The stooges run a furniture store and come into possession of a stolen pearl necklace. Three crooked dames convince the boys that the necklace is theirs, and when the real thieves arrive, the stooges fight to defend the girl's property. The stooges defeat the bad guys and the girls decide to go honest and return the necklace to its rightful owner.
The stooges run a furniture store and come into possession of a stolen pearl necklace. Three crooked dames convince the boys that the necklace is theirs, and when the real thieves arrive, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hugs and Mugs torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Interesting look at young culture in Alaska within the backdrop of a tragic death. While I liked many facets of the film suffers from the use of non-professionals in the lead roles. still worth a watch.
(jp) wrote: Chinese immigrant on get rich quick schemes, two children gets left behind. Reminds me of ""Nobody Knows" but not as tragic. Yeah the little girl steal the show.
(gb) wrote: Shirley MacLaine as Coco Channel was Wonderful
(nl) wrote: Slow Kung-Fu action.
(ca) wrote: Justifiably legendary film is the most revered film to ever come out of India. Satyajit Ray's 1st was especially frustrating for him due to completing about 40 percent of it and then having to take a 1.5 year hiatus due to lack of money despite it being a low budget film. The film is about the struggle to survive poverty of family in a village. They are so poor even their dirt poor neighbors react strongly to them. Either they pity them and want to help or conversely, are very annoyed by them, despite seeing their own futures in their suffering. The woman of the family works hard but is very annoyed by the old decrepit woman, her mother-in-law whom she resents because she cannot afford to take care of her. She constantly criticizes the unfortunate old woman, until the old woman, fed up, decides to wander off to the forest to die of exposure. In a legendary scene the young boy and girl (brother and sister) go off and play in the forest , encounter the old woman in a crouched praying position and even talk to her assuming she is still alive. When she doesn't respond they gently push her and she topples over, a corpse. The father of the family disappears for months at a time trying to earn money. Sometimes he returns with money and all is well temporarily. Sometimes he works but does not get paid until months later. Whenever he is gone, his family is destitute and survives barely by eating the fruit that falls on the ground. Fruit that comes from an orchard that they actually used to own but had to give up to pay debts. They are called thieves every-time they are seen eating. Karma seems to rear up its ugly face due to the mistreatment of the mother-in-law. The young girl is accused of being a thief, apparently a necklace goes missing and the mother temporarily kicks her out of the home because of the shame.The young girl starts to get sick due to malnutrition. The village doctor shows up for a few minutes and says she will be well, only has a fever and will recover if she doesn't get the chills. But soon there comes a fierce rainstorm and they are so poor they have no doors or windows to avoid the storm coming in, only raggedly blankets that keep falling down. The girl takes a turn for the worse and dies. Then the father appears with gifts and money but the mother is too stunned to even speak to him. The hope of the family lies in young Apu ( the hero of the sequels, it is a trilogy, there are 2 sequels) who seems indestructible. Despite barely eating, he never gets sick , never seems to lack energy. He is what keeps his parents sane. Eventually they decide to pack up and leave for the city, but not before getting a scolding from the village elders because six generations of that family has stayed in that village. As they move, Apu climbs to the top of the cupboard and finds a dusty, hidden necklace . He promptly throws it into the lake. The film is devastating, utterly powerful, and a legendary masterpiece.
(fr) wrote: Eleanor Powell wonderful, Astaire OK. Begin The Beguine one of the great movie dances. Plot on holiday.
(ca) wrote: I can't wait for Drive Harder, Drive Hard with a Vengeance, & Live Free or Drive Hard... I'm not so worried about It's a Good Day to Drive Hard. John Cusack plays the same character he's ever played post-Grosse Point Blank, and Tom Jane plays a pussy who used to drive race cars. There's some good back and forth between Tom and John which is fortunate since not a single additional character gets fleshed out in any real way. I actually felt more for the kid who shoots his own face off (funny as shit) than the lady cop chasing them and all the other characters are generic faces that blend together.
(it) wrote: very good I just watched this for the first time since it came out kinda cheesy but still good you could clearly tell Clive Barker directed it
(mx) wrote: I personally prefer this to Red Dawn, simply because it seems... I don't know. More human, I guess. The story is thrilling and doesn't focus entirely on the combat element. It adds more heart to the characters and creates a story that is easier to believe. Great movie!
(ag) wrote: Love it!! Down to earth film!