An unpolished racketeer, whose racket is finding heirs for unclaimed fortunes, affects ethics and tea-drinking manners to win back the sweetheart who now works for his seemingly upright competitor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jimmy the Gent
An unpolished racketeer, whose racket is finding heirs for unclaimed fortunes, affects ethics and tea-drinking manners to win back the sweetheart who now works for his seemingly upright competitor.
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Carlos D (it) wrote: this movie is very disturbing and not in a good horror/scary way...we watched it for you so you'll never have to watch it.you're welcome.
Rick B (ag) wrote: Maybe it's partially because of my low expectations, but I was very pleasantly surprised by this movie. The story was tight (nice spin on the old werewolf genre), the acting was convincing, and the effects were quite good. We really enjoyed it.
Ben P (de) wrote: I didn't know anything about the storyline when I sat down to watch this, I was enticed by the cast. For starters I thought it was going to be a comedy about the dysfunctional relationship between Mother and Child. What I got was very different but a wonderfully welcome surprise. The storyline is intricate and detailed enough to be believable and even quite emotional at times. Definitely recommended.
The N (ag) wrote: la nica cosa buena es Pinhead
Bob V (de) wrote: Bruce LaBruce's tale about gay street hustlers and their customers. Less explicit than the other films I've seen of his, this one far outstrips them in quality. Not to say that you won't be subjected to some hokey film-making & atrocious acting (plenty of it), but there is a rough honesty underneath it all, and an originality that makes it memorable & eminently fascinating.
Chris D (ag) wrote: A decent date night renter
Joseph C (ag) wrote: Reminds me of a zero-institution of cinema -- like Kubrick's monolith in 2001 -- the film is the essence of horror. It isn't the monster which is horrific, but the monstrous as such, that sublime liminality which David Lynch conjures up so well, which Weir paints with brilliance. As with Lacan's logic of the non-all, Weir succeeds in creating a cinematic universe that, rather than thriving on some exceptional threat or creature, induces fear and paranoia by de-normalizing everything. It is Weir's own universe which is threatening, mysterious and disjointed. Highly recommended.
George S (au) wrote: "wink" "wink" "nudge" "nudge" type of film.Silly British skin flick comedy from the early 70's, starring many a nice and naked starlet, like Gabrielle Drake and many British movie/tv veterens like John Le Mesurier. Just enjoy.
Aaron G (mx) wrote: Proof that if you throw enough at the wall (Woody Allen has released a movie nearly every year since 1965), something is bound to stick. Probably the best thing he ever has, and ever will make.
Sarah P (mx) wrote: Yes, once again the puppies and other animals are adorable. This one was especially cheesy though, and slightly racist. Gotta love Disney children movies with stereotypical terrorists!