Accosted by a masher in the park and unable to motivate husband Charlie into taking action, Mabel gets him a boxing mannequin to sharpen his fighting skills. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Alejandro C (de) wrote: Una especie de X-Men infantil. Buenos efectos y poderes curiosos, pero con una historia muy flojita y normalita.
Al H (de) wrote: Interesting and funny
Vadim D (br) wrote: Nothing more than a generic biopic. Feels like a TV movie, although HBO could have probably done a better job. The film is just an overview of the artist and never really tells a comprehensive story. It just jumps from one episode to the next without a cohesive factor to hold everything together.
Rangan R (au) wrote: The story of how to mess up the second chance as well.A much better film than I anticipated from the director of 'Superbad'. This is a television film, that's the sad part, but the production quality was like made for the big screens. From the title to the performances and the locations, all were very good. This is the tale of a man who gave up his share in a startup to realise it a few years later that he had lost a big fortune. And his second chance, how he's going to react and what he gets is what the film was focused.The casting was really good. Even for the tiny roles, many big names came in. But Larry David ruled as the story presented from his perspective. Don't ignore it thinking it is a small screen product, because this was a unique story and very entertaining. Almost a perfect flick, including a fine pace. But in a few segments, it dragged with unnecessary scenes. More like unneeded developments to stretch the runtime. Though there's no complaint for the overall film. It's not a must see film, but if you miss it you are going to miss out a good entertainment. And finally, I liked the end credits.7/10
Grayson D (au) wrote: This was the first aurel and Hardy i remember seeing when i was five or so, i like tham as much thirty years later.
Emma L (de) wrote: Dismal. Joffe can really do much better (Brighton Rock).
Hardik J (mx) wrote: kick ass movie... this was the beginning of underworld movies
Josh H (br) wrote: A great documentary, with some fantastic footage of Jimi Hendrix live in concert. If that wasn't enough, the footage of him on various television shows and interviews with him are great too. But the thing that I found the most interesting part is the interviews with some of the greatest artists of all time (Eric Clapton, Pete Townsend, Mick Jagger etc.) and hearing THEIR thoughts on him. Because if someone like Eric Clapton is blown away by a guitar player, then that definitely has some extra weight to it. Great stuff.
Thomas P (jp) wrote: A really good follow-up, taking the series in a different direction.
Dimitris S (au) wrote: The blooming interactions of couples,romantic,idealistic,majestic.Fragmentary affairs,juxtapositions in lifelong particles.The question is,do we really accept those 6 degrees of separation or the carousel will embrace us all.
charles b (au) wrote: The perfect title. I think I can speak on behalf of Hitchcock when I say "I loved this film," if not for any other reason that when I walked out, I wanted to walk right back in for a 2nd viewing. It's intense, well acted, and has a killer twist.
Hector H (ca) wrote: I generally don't go for this type of movie but Bette Davis' performance is absolutely captivating. As a result, I see it quite often.
Mauricio B (au) wrote: love it, cried with it.