A Monday morning a bunch of kids from Farsta attacks the royal house and keep the king under house arrest at the castle. They do it to get attention for their views on society.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:96 minutes
  • Release:1981
  • Language:Swedish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:spoof,   royalty,   children,  

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Martin S (es) wrote: In its genre - high school rom-coms - it's definitely odd, but that's probably one reason why it is also the best movie in the genre - together with brilliant acting and a movie soundtrack to die for.

Daniel P (it) wrote: Though the conclusion is rather heavy-handed, for the most part NEDS makes subtle, articulate points and Peter Mullan shows directorial flair in what is undoubtedly a personal film. Though it is rather downbeat, there's also a surprising amount of humour (albeit of the ironic, dark sort) and the characters avoid archetype and cliche.

Michael A (de) wrote: A modern day high school jounalist uncovers stolen SAT's and a conpiracy in his high school...When reviewing this movie I can't help but mention Brick because both have the same feel..only this isn't as well acted.

Niloo R (nl) wrote: definitely a nostalgic film for me. i enjoyed watching it, and there were some aching moments of longing, though i think a lot of that pertained to my specific experience as a child growing up in iran. as a film, i think it executed the child's pov very well and did a wonderful job of depicting a world through non-conventional narrative structures. in the end though, the characters didn't change or grow, which to me, removed the audience from experiencing the film and ultimately denied audience satisfaction (which may have been intentional, but didn't align with my personal tastes). regardless, a very poignant, nostalgic, tragic film.

Martin B (au) wrote: After the 29 proper movies in the Carry On-saga that was made in 1958-1978 in 1992 it was time for yet another one with basically just one of the old cast in a leading role (Jim Dale)This movie is genreally hated by cineasts all over the world and it is truelly a bad movie but it didn't have to turn out that way.The idea to put contemporary (in 1992 ) funny people in the context of Carry On could really have worked if there just were a script worth the name somewhere here.The first half hour or so is just fine, but then it goes landsliding of the charts. Sad, really. Rik Mayall and the other comedians have the stuff to make a movie of this sorts to work but they are in deed prevented from doing so. Jokes are pretty lame all over, but this one is in classic style:The Wazir: [after a messenger arrives] He brings news of what the Lisbonians are getting up to.The Sultan: I don't care what they get up to, as long as they don't do it in the street and frighten the camels!The Wazir: No, no, sir, the city of Lisbon.The Sultan: Oh! The one in Portugal?The Wazir: Quite correct, O mighty one.

Brett B (us) wrote: Though it is appropriately unsettling, Sidney Lumet's adaptation of Shaffer's play is only a modest success, primarily because Lumet's execution is - quite unusually - rather bland, which is doubly strange when considering the provocative and uncomfortable subject matter. Perhaps he felt the need to underplay his style for just that reason, but the final product feels decidedly like lesser Lumet. Still, it's worth seeing for the quality of the writing and acting (Burton and Firth are great, and even the bit parts are filled out by good character actors like Blakely and Andrews).

Xinrui C (ag) wrote: Although "Barbarella" has a flat, kitschy plot, the psychedelic sets and sensational costumes make the experience wholeheartedly exciting.

Mark B (mx) wrote: known for being the influence behind "alien" it stands alone on its own as one of the better sci-fi flicks of the 50s.