A monkey-type monster falls in love with a blind girl, which thinks that he's a giant dog. After kidnapping the girl and fleeing king-kong-like onto the roof of a gym, he gets involved with... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A monkey-type monster falls in love with a blind girl, which thinks that he's a giant dog. After kidnapping the girl and fleeing king-kong-like onto the roof of a gym, he gets involved with the army.
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Alnissa S (ag) wrote: I wished I had the same support when I mad e the choice. GREAT MOVIE!!!!
Khalid M (au) wrote: Master piece movie from pakistan
Raven D (gb) wrote: The initial premise of Superman having gone into hiding, withdrawing from the world, is simply brilliant. Brandon Routh is definitely Superman, and Clark Kent. His outfit, with the retro sepia colors, is excellent. And thats where my praise ends. Singer gets the hero, the mythos, the fanfare, the hope, but takes a fatal road... For whatever reason, he chose to focus on paying homage to the cheesy 80s movies (I have yet to revisit Superman, but the sequel has been dated and drowned in comedy and cheese). The best example of this misstep is having Kevin Spacey play Gene Hackman playing a cheesy, evil-for-evils sake villain, instead of just having him play Lex Luthor as depicted in the comics. This was 2006, and Lexs cold, ruthless business-man/villain persona had been around in the printed world for a while. What a waste. He pushes the throwback aspect to even more literal degrees by having Mrs. Teschmacher be something relevant again, and even including moments of Lexs henchmen stupidity. As if he felt the need to associate Lex Luthor, brilliant mastermind, with low IQ assistants. At least we didnt get Otis again. The movie then falls on its own homage-drenched weight, with help from a dull storyline, again taken from movies written a quarter of a century ago by then. I liked the scene in the Fortress of Solitude where hes beaten up by common thugs, letting us see him in a human light (albeit if this is just a result of kryptonite exposure), and the overall look and performance of Routh as Superman/Kent. But aside from that and a general feeling for Supermans classic heroism appeal, theres not much here to hold onto.
Joshua F (jp) wrote: A couple Lion colleagues of mine in India executive produced (or financed?) this flick. Partition and redemption.
Eric S (au) wrote: A fun but silly look at the world of politics today. Strangely has some things to say about the current election.
jesse k (au) wrote: Basketball Jones, I got a Basketball JonesGot a Basketball Jones, oh baby, oo-oo-oooYes, I am the victim of a Basketball JonesEver since I was a little baby, I always be dribblin'In fac', I was de baddest dribbler in the whole neighborhoodThen one day, my mama bought me a basketballAnd I loved that basketballI took that basketball with me everywhere I wentThat basketball was like a basketball to meI even put that basketball underneath my pillowMaybe that's why I can't sleep at nightI need help, ladies and gentlemensI need someone to stand beside meI need, I need someone to set a pick for meAt the free-throw line of life, someone I can pass toSomeone to hit the open man on the give-and-goAnd not end up in the popcorn machineSo cheerleaders, help me outBasketball Jones, I got a Basketball JonesI got a Basketball Jones, oh baby, oo-oo-oooOh, that sounds so sweet, sing it outC'mon coach Booty, Red Blazer, sing along with meThat be bad, honky, yeahI want everybody in the whole stadiumTo stand up and sing with usOh yeah, sing it out like you're proudAll right, everybody watchin' coast-to-coastSing along with us, Bill Russell, sing along with usChick Hearn, sing along with usChris Schenkel, don't sing nothin'Oh, it feels so good, gimme the ballI'll go one on one against the world, left-handedI could stuff it from center court with my toesI could jump on top of the backboardTake off a quarter, leave fifteen cents changeI could, I could dribble behind my backI got more moves than Ex-Lax I'm badI could dribble with my tongueHere I go down court, try to stop meYou can't stop me 'cause I got a Basketball JonesHere I come that's my hook shot with my eyebrowYeah, I could dunk it with my noseI'm, I'm bad as King Kong, gimme the ballI'm hot, I'm hot as, I'm hot as, I'm hot as, uh uh, uh, uh, uhBasketball Jones, I got a Basketball JonesI got a Basketball Jones, Basketball JonesBasketball Jones, I got a Basketball JonesI got a Basketball Jones, Basketball JonesBasketball Jones, I got a Basketball JonesI got a Basketball Jones, Basketball JonesBasketball Jones, I got a Basketball JonesI got a Basketball Jones, Basketball JonesBasketball Jones, I got a Basketball JonesI got a Basketball Jones, Basketball JonesBasketball Jones, I got a Basketball JonesI got a Basketball Jones, Basketball Jones...Read more: Cheech And Chong - Basketball Jones Lyrics | MetroLyrics
Beverley M (ru) wrote: Not one of my favourite John Candy movies but its still funny - mainly because John Candy makes it funny
EpicLadySponge t (ag) wrote: The movie was nowhere from it being based on the Super Mario Bros. game for the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Bill B (mx) wrote: This was a blind-buy based on the crazy cover art, which pays off fairly well considering that it's a Jess Franco film, and he's not exactly known for his linear storytelling. What horror fan doesn't dig a little murder among a bunch of frisky school girls, right?Give it a look.
Lee M (jp) wrote: Richard Attenborough's directorial debut is a sprawling, highly stylized musical satire of WWI featuring some of Britain's very finest actors--Ralph Richardson, Laurence Olivier, Michael Redgrave, John Mills, Jack Hawkins, Ian Holm, and Vanessa Redgrave among them.
CJ C (it) wrote: 2nd in the FLINT series & in some ways much better. For more 60's super spy silliness, watch with the MATT HELM series with Dean Martin, its hilarious.
Gosia S (us) wrote: I seriously don't know what was Peter Lawford doing there, he didn't seem to have much to do at all, and felt a bit like third wheel. Or didn't feel at all- his presence is extremely weak and he neither contributed nor detracted too much from anything; he was simply "there". However, I was glad Gene Kelly couldn't get the role, much as Judy may have wanted him to since thanks to this we got the only Astaire-Garland collaboration and it worked so well. Astaire is delightful, Judy Garland professional and Ann Miller is like a butterfly. It's a charming light musical chock full of catchy music. Ann Miller's tap dance number has always been one of my favouriites, but I also loved the tramp number- after I first watched it several years ago I kept humming it for a while.
David E (nl) wrote: This film tells the story of Junn and Richard's relationship following Kai's sudden death. After Kai's death Richard attempts to mend his relationship with Kai's mom, Junn, a seemingly difficult elderly Chinese-Cambodian woman. She resents Richard for taking Kai's attention away from her and she does not acknowledge her sons homosexual relationship with him. Lilting is a film that walks on a tightrope of sentimentality, it avoids clich and closely sidesteps the trap of being sappy. Overall, this small film exceeds in what it is trying to accomplish and gives the audience a poignant view of grief, culture, and sexuality. With great performances from Cheng Pei Pei and Ben Wishaw along with director, Hong Khaou's, delicate and precise touch, this quiet film is a must see.
Zachary Y (it) wrote: For fans of bizarre humor, this is a must see. The starkly-serious tone makes this move absolutely hilarious. The subject's seriousness about his collection of penises and penis related items is sure to make you either laugh out loud or cringe in utter bewilderment and disbelief.
Aki K (jp) wrote: Pesee muuten 99% nykyajan autoleffoista. Ei niill tietokoneanimaatioilla kovin kummoista jlke saa aikaiseksi. Tervvpiirtoversiona 60 luku suorastaan piirtyy olohuoneeseen.