Marc is sitting in his bath one morning and asks his wife, "how would you feel if I shaved off my mustache?" She doesn't think it's a great idea, for the 15 years they've been married, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Marc is sitting in his bath one morning and asks his wife, "how would you feel if I shaved off my mustache?" She doesn't think it's a great idea, for the 15 years they've been married, ...
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Louis M (gb) wrote: I enjoyed this film and think it has been unfairly slated. It is more aligned to harry hill's old stand up style of comedy rather than tv burp, therefore needs to be watched in the right mind set. Not perfect but a great film for harry hill loyalists. What's better Alsatians or Sausage Dogs? There's only one way to find out... FIGHT!!
David J (kr) wrote: Within the confines of a small crevice in the canyons of Utah, Danny Boyle brings a remarkable story of survival back to life with fantastic direction and James Franco's best performance yet.
John B (de) wrote: A disturbing film but hats off to Peter Greene for taking on the role of a man who is clearly not in control of his psychological issues but still driven to reuniting with his daughter. A very challenging role.
Joel K (it) wrote: Great cast and good plot. 4 kings a pat hand. Lee Van Cleef, Payne and Foster are all great and you have to love some Jack Elam. Love the boat name: manana.
Ian C (nl) wrote: This movie was alright, nothing really exciting or intense but the story wasn't too bad nor was the fighting.
Jason S (ca) wrote: Ultimate scientific realism. I love this film. It was absolutely everything I wanted it to be.
Chris W (au) wrote: This is inextricably linked to the blaxploitation era that it came out during, and it does fit into that area, but I feel like calling this a a blaxploitation film devalues it, or gives people the wrong ideas about it.This actually owes a lot more to the gangster pictures of the 1930s and 1940s which makes a lot of sense since this is apparently a black remake of Little Caesar. Even if it wasn't a remake, the influence is still quite valid thanks to the story structure and content. This isn't the typical cheesy black action movie like its contemporaries, but it is still a blak crime film, so that's why it is still slightly appropriate to lump it in as blaxploitation. It's on the higher end of that scale, but it's not a heavy intellectual piece either.But it is lots of fun, very entertaining, and quite well made. The camera work is good, the chase through midtown is fun and nicely executed, and it's just a hard film to dislike. Fred Williamson gives a strong lead performance in a variation of the rags to riches story. The story beats are familiar, but not completely conventional (a few flourishes prevent this). The rest of the cast is good too, but none of them are quite as good as Fred. James Brown's score is lots of fun and fits the film well, even though it's not one of his best, or one of the best soundtracks from the era. It's still pretty decent though. Give this one a chance. It's pretty good. My only real complaint is that it could have had a bit more substance or subtext. Then I could justify giving it the extra half star it feels like it was shooting for. There is one great scene towards the end that has some strong substance, and there are some other places throughout, but mostly it's a case of the film having a lot of great ideas and stuff, but not much of it is fully fleshed out or expanded upon.