Rehearsal for Murder
A year after his fiancée's death, a playwright schedules a rehearsal for his new play, which proves to be a trap for her killer.
- Stars:Edvard Persson, Rut Holm, Arthur Fischer, John Degerberg, Algot Larsson, Annalisa Ericson, Holger Winge, Ingrid Luterkort, Robert Preston, Lynn Redgrave, Patrick Macnee, Lawrence Pressman, William Russ, Madolyn Smith Osborne, Jeff Goldblum, William Daniels, John Finnegan, Nicholas Mele, Vahan Moosekian, Charles Robinson, Wallace Rooney, Buck Young, Sergio Kato,
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dude m (es) wrote: This movie was a waste of time... heh heh, get it?
Molly R (ag) wrote: This movie has great actors, but the main character is so unlikeable, I just didn't enjoy it.
Jonathan H (gb) wrote: Watching Gozu reminded me a lot of Eraserhead in that both films nearly abandon plot all together to make way for their respective bizarre scenes and surrealistic atmosphere. But this isn't classical Dali or Bunuel type surrealism, which focused a lot on style and subverting conventions, this is more of the Jorodowsky variety: start with a blank canvas, disregard narrative logic all together, and let your imagination run wild. Gozu may be the most peculiar and surreal film in Miike's canon. If you know anything about his work, that's saying quite a bit.
Alan B (kr) wrote: matt perry ruined this movie
Oscar T (gb) wrote: Pelcula bastante original con el sello distintivo de Del Toro pero que se le nota mucho el paso del tiempo.
Latasha M (de) wrote: The baddest opening I've ever seen!!!and when I say baddest, I mean best!!
Timothy S (nl) wrote: The slacker comedy has long since been a favorite of audiences everywhere because it's so easy for people to get behind the underdog. "Stripes" has long since been a fan favorite in that genre, and it's easy to see why.The story is a winner, the characters are all likable and well-played and the screenplay is full of classic one-liners that people still quote to this day. Considering the talent involved, the film was virtually guaranteed success. Ivan Reitman is one of the most consistent comedy directors, and he has assembled a great cast/Bill Murray was riding a wave of success at the time of the film's release, and this solidified his position as the world's reigning wise guy. John Candy and the bubbly P.J. Soles are also terrific in supporting roles, but this is Murray's movie all the way and the key to its success. Warren Oates is also very good as his drill instructor, and the one serious scene in the movie is his face-off with Murray in the latrine works so well in grounding the picture. Obviously, this is a comedy and not meant to be taken seriously but so much ot it flies in the face of Army rules and regulations that it's nice they included one scene to give the proceedings some weight.There are laughs all throughout the training, but the graduation scene stands out as being particularly well-written and staged. The finale, while perhaps the most far-fetched thing of all, is definitely a crowd-pleaser. "Stripes" is one of the most iconic movies of the '80's, and it has certainly earned its stripes and its place in cinematic history.
Dilan S (kr) wrote: THIS IS NOT THE REAL 1............................. HORRIBLE MOVIE :(simply SHIT
Noname (gb) wrote: Not as good as madagascar and they are very similar but worth seeing if u like this type of movies.