It is 1943 in Paris. Like so many others, the Bourbelle family's home has been taken over by the Germans and they now live in their cellar. Little do they know that the son, Guy-Hubert Bourdelle, is far from being the cowardly hairdresser he pretends. He is in truth the Germans’ most feared opponent: le super-résistant! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Papy fait de la résistance
Bourdelle, a family of musicians, refuse to play for Germans during the war. They would like to liberate France using all possible means.
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Nathaniel B (de) wrote: Some laughs here and there, but it wasn't great.
Stevie W (us) wrote: Extremely underrated film.
Wesley W (mx) wrote: Crap crap crap crap crap crap crap, oh did I mention CRAP. This piece of garbage that they dare to even call a film is just another very pointless excuse to bring Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen back together again. This movie is a cliched mess from start to finish and it is bombarded with god awful acting, a very crappy script, and there is absolutely nothing engaging whatsoever about any of the characters or story. Word of advice to the directors of hollywood, don't ever put these twins in movies because they cannot act worth a damn. Overall a completely pointless movie that means nothing to anybody whatsoever and a very bad excuse to waste your time.
Piotrek S (de) wrote: UWIELBIAM...a ta muzyka!!
Walter M (es) wrote: It might not be necesaary to be familiar with the Upper Peninsula of Michigan where "Escanaba in Da Moonlight" is set to enjoy the movie's offbeat charms but it couldn't hurt. For example, you don't have to have eaten a pasty before, except that you are missing something delicious.(The last one I had was a few years ago, just south of The Bridge.) But you should know at least about the fishing and hunting(plenty of the former when I was a kid but none of the latter thankfully) there. So, you might understand the plight of Rueben Soady(Jeff Daniels, who also wrote and directed), having never shot a buck in his 43 years much to his personal and familial embarrassment. In fact, his wife, Wolf Moon Dance(Kimberly Guerrero), has always been a much better hunter but is not invited along to the annual hunting lodge. Who are invited are Rueben's dad, Albert(Harve Presnell), and brother, Remnar(Joey Albright), and a lot of whiskey. Jimmer(Wayne David Parker), who reportedly had his brain scrambled by extraterrestrials and not alcohol, makes a sudden appearance.(For some odd reason, I have no problem with the belief that the Upper Peninsula is haunted by UFO's.) In the end, lessons are learned, like if you are a buck, never get too close to an outhouse. And regardless of what species you are, never name your son Remnar.
Michael Y (ca) wrote: Can't say it measures up to the first movie, both in story and comedy, but with a new writer and director, what do you expect? But Arthur 2 tries to aim for a little more heart that frankly I find charming. Arthur and Linda are still together, and happier than ever. But Arthur's past troubles are going to bite him in the ass as Mr. Johnson, the father of the daughter Arthur refused to marry, has schemed a plan that forces Arthur to loose all of his money. Now Arthur and Linda have to fight to keep ends neat. But will Mr. Johnson's evil plan to break Arthur down to marry his daughter be too much presure for Arthur? Because the previous writer and director died, Arthur 2 has a new writer, and the diference is noticeable. This sequel is not nearly as funny, but because of the great pair of Dudley Moore and Liza Minnelli, their struggle is a lot more dramatic and personal that the previous movie was. We see a different side of Arthur that we never seen before, which is really charming. But just because the plot is more dramatic doesn't make it better. In fact it sometimes doesn't make a lot of sence either, but I guess that's the gamble of this comedy that one has to take. What I will say though is this, Arthur 2 definitely has better directing in it. This is what I wish the first Arthur had, a lot more adventurous camera work and film editing. The look of the movie is definitely an upgrade. You get to see not only the millionaire lifestyle again, but the lower, lower class enviroment as well. Both are pretty well concieved and detailed. And we still get the great Burt Bacharach to make the music once again for this sequel. The first movie is a comedic masterpiece. Arthur 2 isn't a necessary sequel at all. But for what it has it does have some good laughs, nice dramatic moments, a good theme about the importance of love over money, and we finally see Arthur mature up and tries to be a better person. It's not a classic, but seeing familiar faces again is worth it.
stephannie E (br) wrote: i had to watch this as a kid. my mom loves elvis and this was her favorite elvis movie.
Jack S (fr) wrote: Even better than the original film
Adam J (ag) wrote: Decent by-the-book racing movie with likable characters and 90s charm.
kyle k (ca) wrote: some movies you can't review or criticize. you just watch and enjoy. this is one of those movies. I don't see how anyone can write a bad review for this. Just enjoy it!!!
Brandon K (kr) wrote: Um baithing suits are amazing
John M (ca) wrote: I think at the time, this was pretty new to the genre, and it still holds up because Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan are perfect together. Watching them bounce off each other makes the movie nearly timeless. It's cliche, short and probably not so thought out in its third act, but it's a classic in Romantic Comedies because of how much it's influenced everything else, for better or for worse.
Nasu N (au) wrote: Brooklyn is a wonderful movie that captures how it felt like to live in the Brooklyn many years back. It tells the story of love and adapting life after immigrating to America. It's emotional, it's laughable, it's makes you feel so great and happy. It feels very nostalgic in a very good way and I throughly felt true joy from it.