Egon Olsen has been behind bars for some time, but that hasn't stopped the criminal mastermind from making a plan - a plan to steal a very valuable golden statue, and never to fall behind ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Egon Olsen has been behind bars for some time, but that hasn't stopped the criminal mastermind from making a plan - a plan to steal a very valuable golden statue, and never to fall behind ...
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Nadeem M (es) wrote: a powerful melodrama !
Daniel S (br) wrote: In the words of the lead pastor from this film, "The devil goes after the young, those who cannot fend for themselves." Oh the irony. This film is terrifying.
Donovan N (ag) wrote: Im only gonna give it a 3 b/c they really didnt play hardly any AC/DC songs?! And especially Thunderstruck!!
Martin B (gb) wrote: The idea of the actors talking directly to the godlike dirctor is fun. The actors are ok, but it dosen't really get to any funny point. Too bad, it could really had been something.Rumour say that Richard Attenboroughs fee for making his part was the price of one pint of beer. That's cool.
Jenna I (de) wrote: Very charming, very easy to see why this is such an underground hit. For all of its humor and bluntness, it stays super grounded and sincere-- manages to never become kitschy -- which is really the charm of both the character and the movie.
Thomas K (es) wrote: Yeah, it's actually much better than people say it was, but it would pretty much have to be. I kinda liked it. It's a guilty pleasure.
Cam E (br) wrote: This is a joke. The Karate Kid franchise just continues to go downhill. The Karate Kid 2 was bad enough, that was a disappointing sequel. Now The Karate Kid 3 is even more disappointing. After seeing The Karate Kid 2 I didn't plan on watching this film as I assumed it would be another disappointment. And obviously I was right. I only watched this film because I was hoping that maybe, just maybe this may be a little better than The Karate Kid 2. But sadly it failed to impress. It's a shame because the first film is a great one and the two sequels could have been good and that opportunity was frankly wasted. The fight scenes are just plain boring and there is barely even a punch. The last moment of this film was also boring as it just skipped all the matches and just went on to the last one. And the last fight was pretty lame and there was barely even a punch. It was pretty much just a few flips and kicks. Pat Mortia and Ralph Macchio's excellent acting are what keep this film from becoming a disaster. Do not watch this film, there is nothing for you here.
Private U (gb) wrote: Cute and I love Marilyn.
Edmund C (br) wrote: There is a high amount of musical talent put on show here, namely Kathryn Grayson's amazingggg soprano, and Jos Iturbi performing Liszt's 'Hungarian Rhapsody No.2' with 2 dozen other young pianists! (One of my favourite piano songs). I'm quite sure they didn't use computer effects at that time, hence it's all raw and real, and a talent-dense scene! A cool surprise was seeing Gene Kelly sharing a scene with animated characters, and considering it was only 1945 then, the scene was splendid!
Ued O (ca) wrote: Seemed like a retell of road to perdition. The night vision thing was silly and perhaps the detective should have been the one to kill the hitman.