Nothing But Trouble

Nothing But Trouble

Two bumbling servants are hired by a dizzy society matron to cook and serve a meal to visiting royalty.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:69 minutes
  • Release:1944
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:escape,   king,   fire,  

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Nothing But Trouble torrent reviews

TG S (fr) wrote: Yet another Gangster movie .. With power-pack dialogues ..Yet I felt.. certain scenes are Left incomplete.. Felt that the detail of the Climax.. incomplete,,,

Ricardo A (ru) wrote: A breathtaking thriller. Sound of my voice may not respond every question it raises but at the end, this journey doesn't need it.

Johnny L (us) wrote: A dark, sober study of how change isn't the way out of a personal crisis. Michelle Williams is excellent.

esteban c (de) wrote: Yes!!! Awesome, love it!!

Noel K (fr) wrote: A nice historical drama about the role of foreigners in the French Resistance against the Nazis.

Robert A (es) wrote: Fantastic Russian musical that takes place a few years after Stalin's death about the emergence of American-influenced hipsters. On par with American musicals like "Grease" and "Hair", and better than both in some ways, the photography and direction are beautifully matched to the rhythm and the acting is superb. This film was a huge hit in Russia, but Americans have seen it. I had the privilege of seeing it on the big screen via Austin Film Society. However you get a chance to see this, don't miss it. The Hipsters in the movie could even be a metaphor for the treatment of gays in Russia today. It works on so many levels.

Lace (gb) wrote: tis movie sucked, was completely boring; when I read what it was about I thought okay this sounds like it might be funny...but it ended up being worse than Idle had no up beat to it the characters were drab and had no acting abilities ...ugh I wouldn't wish this upon anyone

Terri H (mx) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.

shanna aka fireworks (gb) wrote: that is an awesome movie!!!!

Dave G (gb) wrote: I remember the book being good, the film is awful.

Dave N (gb) wrote: a gentle and sublime religious experience.

Mike G (gb) wrote: Klaus Kinski was without a doubt one of the most megalomaniacal people to ever hit the screens and the now aging Werner Herzog knows that all too well. His experience with the self-styled, deluxe crazy actor supreme Kinski is recounted by himself and others, mostly in German, and it's a spectacle, funny and darkly abstruse. The intensity of Kinski is again and again put on display just as he'd want it. I love the stark raving Kinski captured in one memorable exchange with Herzog during the filming of Fitzcarraldo, as Herzog maintains his outward composure against Kinski's ever increasing volume of obscene personal abuse as he cooly tells Kinski to "eat shit" etcetera. Documentaries like this are a special pleasure of mine so you could be bored to death and frustrated trying to keep up with the subtitles so be warned. If you admire the crazed-one and Herzog for their ultra-committed approach to film you won't want to skip it.

Lisa S (us) wrote: James is the best. Suzanne was great! I love all the "ass" jokes! good movie!

Adam V (kr) wrote: Blue Ruin is an quasi-revenge flick directed by Jeremy Saulnier which becomes an utterly engrossing character piece about a man who is tormented not only by his past, but events that occur during the run time of the film. Macon Blair who plays the lead role Dwight is guaranteed to take you on emotional roller coaster. His portrayal of the character Dwight Evans is utterly brilliant as he conveys the emotions of heartbreak, depression, and sadness expertly, and shows audiences that both passion and malice can shift the psyche of the most unlikely of people and turn them into a cold blooded killer.

Luke H (jp) wrote: Andrea Arnold is a clearly a superb director, with real interest in exploring the boundaries of human passion and grief.