Pekka ja Pätkä salapoliiseina
Pekka and Pätkä start a detective agency. Two businessmen give them a mission they think is impossible.
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Tanmay K (jp) wrote: terrific film. Dark humour. Pitobash Tripathy is absolutely crackling.
Paul B (br) wrote: It's a little too charming and a little too quaint for its own good. The perfect Walton family dynamic interrupted by an awkward love triangle is a bit less interesting than it sounds.
Semira M (de) wrote: Wonderful. Great stories that are pretty well intertwined with what was happening in America at the time. Only critique included the transitions being sudden at times and not fully delving into people's motivations in addition to heartaches to give them even more depth of character.
Les L (us) wrote: Island living until you realize that if you live alone, on an island... It's not living at all.
Lanky Man P (ru) wrote: A different werewolf tale. It's pretty good.
Simon O (jp) wrote: It's got Aladdin in it how could it be bad
Jason V (es) wrote: a couple scenes of very interesting dialogue, but other than that, not much.
Floyd C (br) wrote: The only good thing about this is a five second part played by Linnea Quigley (Silent Night, Deadly Night; Night of the Demons; The Return of the Living Dead) who actually, much unlike her earlier films, survives this movie. Aside from that, there was little more than bad acting and cheesy music. Avoid it at all cost which includes eating your own eyes.
Shelby H (mx) wrote: Pretty Woman is a modern day Cinderella. The film uses modern issues like sex, drugs, and prostitution. Pretty Woman follows the Cinderella story outline in a modern way that not many other stories that follow this outline are able to achieve. Pretty Woman has the elements that make up the story of Cinderella, while also keeping it original. Although critics may say that Pretty Woman does not have what it takes to be a Cinderella story, Pretty Woman is an original take on a classics story and contains the importance of first impressions, riches-to-rags story, a male savior who brings out the inner beauty of the heroine, and a conflict a past life; elements that are needed for a true Cinderella story. Although many viewers thought it was a scandalous film promoting a poor lifestyle, I think it was a love story.When it comes to a princess who started from rags to riches, Cinderella is the one most people would say comes to mind. Cinderella starts off as a lowly servant for her stepmother and stepsisters. She is treated like someone who is very worthless and is ridiculed throughout her entire existence at home. In comparison Vivian also starts out in rags. She is a prostitute on the streets of Beverly Hills giving away her body and virtue for men who want sexual favors in return for money. Prostitutes are seen as objects, not human beings, and the woman who did this treat themselves like objects. Nothing can be seen as more lowly and awful. Both characters, Cinderella and Vivian, are given an opportunity for much more than what they start out with. They meet a man who has all the opportunities in life and gives them experiences that are able to show off their true worth. For Cinderella, she showed that she was just more than a poor house-servant but that she a princess. Similarly with Vivian, she proved that she was a true lady of modern times and someone who wanted to know more than just being a prostitute.Overall, this romantic comedy is a classic; a cinderella story from the eighties. This film will go down in history along with all the other cinderella films!
Jason D (mx) wrote: A great 80's thriller about a brother and sister that move to a new area only to have violent run-ins with a local gang of coke snorting thugs.James Spader is the leader of the gang and very creepy,great climax.
Andrey B (gb) wrote: Well acting delivered by two main young, then promising, stars. Enjoyable film with humor/sarcasm filling. Some sort of parody on those young people who want it all at the same time.
Carlos M (kr) wrote: A special, bittersweet and sometimes surprisingly funny celebration of the act of living, beautifully directed and with a wonderful performance by Takashi Shimura as an awkward old protagonist who should inspire us all to reconsider the way we have been living our lives.
James H (kr) wrote: FUN MURDER MYSTERY, SET IN A BURLESQUE THEATER, STARS THE EVER FANTASTIC BARBARA STANWYCK. GREAT SUPPORTING CAST, ESPECIALLY IRIS ADRIAN. SNAPPY DIALOGUE, SHORT AND SWEET. VERY ENTERTAINING.
Orlok W (ag) wrote: Superb, heartbreakingly realistic and personal film about aging in economic hard times--Timeless!!