Moe discovers Curley's unknown boxing talent when he knocks out the Champ at a restaurant when Larry plays "Pop Goes the Weasal" on the violin. Moe becomes Curly's manager, and they win every fight, with the help of Larry. At the championship game, though, Larry's violin breaks. Curly is getting beat down bad when Larry makes his unexpected entrance and helps Curly prevail.
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(nl) wrote: Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's 16-year old esque writing makes the plot rely too heavily on cliche arguments, film references, religious traditions and it seems that 90% of the film is about fat guys fighting over food and water inside the same single house.
(nl) wrote: Dead in Three Days isn't an utter waste of time for a horror flick (perhaps only a pinch refreshing with its European setting)--but it's forgettable at best. And it goes to show that teenagers can be annoying and make horrible decisions, no matter their country of origin.
(gb) wrote: A Manga/Anime come to life. With a rocking soundtrack, exotic weapons from swords to guns to sword guns and bizarre surreal moments such as a very creepy stop motion doll dream sequence. The martial arts scenes are very well done and are often creative, from the weapons used to incorporating everything including some break dancing. There are some fascinating hints at a wonderful mythology and a very imaginative world, unfortunately the budget and story get in the way. It's a lot for a 90 minute movie to take on and it feels to much like a setup for a franchise or videogame. Enjoyable and ticks all the boxes it set out to achieve but a little light on involving substance.
(br) wrote: Riley is Ian's doppelganger.
(ru) wrote: so racist if a white version of this was made poking fun at black people it wouldnt have the score it has and i doubt it would of even been released
(ru) wrote: Not bad but not great
(ru) wrote: it was cute and a bit more realistic. Lisa's mum is HILARIOUS!
(mx) wrote: A distinct Alexander Payne film. Expertly written, and extraordinarily acted, Election, may not be Payne's best film, but he certainly shows off many of his talents in this picture.
(au) wrote: Normally I can defend best picture winners, but honestly... I can't defend this from All That Jazz or Apocalypse Now. While it's no Out of Africa or The Greatest Show on Earth, the visuals are nothing compared to the latter two. The acting and story is good but nothing unique, how the father lost makes no sense, there were no memorable moments or lines and the ending of the mother giving the son back was too obvious. This is a movie I'm gonna have to side with haters and not the academy on.
(br) wrote: of all the things i've heard about hitler, never knew he was an aspiring artist - tho obviously that wasn't the part they were teaching us in school. very interesting story, even if not all of it was entirely true, and yes it does raise a few q's about whether that if he had pursued his painting career the things that unfort. did happen in real life wouldn't have otherwise.
(gb) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***
(ag) wrote: 3 out of 10:It's undeniably boring, predictable, and white washing with a bit of good directing.