Based on a book about an infamous real scandal in the Dutch crime scene, the film aims at exposing the horrors caused by corruption on both sides of the law. A rookie policeman is coerced ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Based on a book about an infamous real scandal in the Dutch crime scene, the film aims at exposing the horrors caused by corruption on both sides of the law. A rookie policeman is coerced ...
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Matthew B (ca) wrote: Okay, It's not good...that's first. However, there is some shit in this movie that will blow your mind. Including two insane car scene/chases that will make you wonder how they achieved what they did on what could only be a low budget.
Mina O (gb) wrote: one of the best feel-good comedies i've seen! old comedies are the best. comedy movies these days are based heavily on sex. "opportunity knocks" is based on good laughs and morals. dana carvey plays his character beautifully with charisma.
Bradley H (us) wrote: Even ardent Goldie Hawn fans might not be able to sit through this one. I adore her, but she is not given anything to do here. Her comic touch is totally wasted.
Terri H (gb) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.
forcebucket B (mx) wrote: I don't like old movies, but I loved this one. It's even better if you read the backstory about the rival actresses in the lead roles.
Walter M (us) wrote: For Ghost Wakefield(Bobby Darin), the music is everything. For his bandmates, a little cash would be nice from time to time, so they could at least settle their bar tab, much less take care of any responsibilities that come with getting married and/or older. At least, they can all pretty much agree on how much a drag a music industry party is. That is, until Ghost meets Jessica Polanski(Stella Stevens), a beautiful singer who is being tormented by their agent, Benny(Everett Chambers). Together, Ghost and Jessica make a break for it to his favorite watering hole. As strange as it might seem to some that John Cassavetes would use an all-white band as part of a statement to disprove stereotypes about jazz musicians(admittedly, there are lots of non-white faces in the early scenes), it should not seem as unusual that he is just as interested in the thorny issue of artistic integrity.(Why the musicians in the film never pass the hat is beyond me.) With his second film as director, he has already crafted a manifesto which will serve as a guideline for the rest of his career where he later works with somebody in real life named Polanski but I'm getting ahead of myself here. Even at this early point, he also has a good deal to say artistically, as he is the only person who would not turn the scene in the park into a train wreck.(When they say it is for the birds, they mean it literally). While the performances are lacking the intensity of his later films, at least Bobby Darin and Stella Stevens still do fine work here.
Andrew U (au) wrote: Best Picture 1933? Must have been a weak year. Not a horrible film, but not very interesting either.
Mark W (nl) wrote: Although I'm probably too old to watch a Postman Pat movie; it still managed to make me smile! The whole talent show storyline was a bit dumb to be totally honest, however I enjoyed the evil bad guy with the robot Pats storyline... It's really like two movies rolled into one and had they focused entirely on the latter it would have been a substantially better film. That aside I'm sure kids will enjoy it!
Nicoleta M (jp) wrote: Amazing. Makes you think. Makes you go back and look again at some scenes.
Wayne (us) wrote: Bit slow to get into the story I think, and then it became just a little perverted. Good movie for its time though and great acting from Emily Lloyd.