The stooges are working as bellboys in a large hotel when a side show promoter shows up with 'Lupe', a wild wolfman who promptly escapes. The stooges try to capture the wolfman by playing ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Kaiulani D (fr) wrote: Breathtaking. Films like this are exactly why IMAX was created.
Damon H (de) wrote: A beautifully shot film, with some of the best set designs and costumes I've seen since Marie Antoinette. But I was disappointed with how slow the film was to build up to the climax, and the fight sequences left much to be desired.
Emmanuel S (kr) wrote: As far as Disney DTV sequels go, Brother Bear 2 turns down the suck with above average animation, plus Rick Moranis & Dave Thomas revisit their Canadian moose characters for more beauty laughs.
Lee M (fr) wrote: Coming of age and coming out are awkward, anguished and wildly unpredictable in Morgan Jon Fox's poignant video tone poem "Blue Citrus Hearts." Fox and his shoestring Memphis film cooperative succeed in capturing the intensity of teen angst where many Hollywood films fail.
Sauli J (gb) wrote: I have started to watch more of these awful movies. They can be very funny and they make you appreciate those better movies. This one was as shit as a thriller can get.
Andrew D (ag) wrote: Gary Oldman gets phenomenal performances out of his cast but the script is full of filler and is a bit implausible at times. There's no story here, just great characters, a realistic setting, and an avoidance (for the most part) of cliches.7.5/10.
Grant K (nl) wrote: There's nothing new or imaginative here, but the combination of well choreographed action, great supporting roles and the charismatic Snipes make this a great time at the movies.
Stacy M (kr) wrote: Wow I have not seen this movie in such a long time. It use to be one of my sister's favorites so I watched many times with her. It is a crazy animated movie that I kind of liked.
Paloma S (it) wrote: Sergei Eisenstein takes into consideration every single expression of the human face, telling the story just by the faces of the characters, no words.