State Fair

State Fair

During their annual visit to the Iowa State Fair, the Frake family enjoy many adventures. Proud patriarch Abel (Charles Winninger) has high hopes for his champion swine Blueboy; and his wife Melissa (Fay Bainter) enters the mincemeat and pickles contest...with hilarious results.

The film tells a story about the Frakes family with many chaos when they attend the fair. They attempt to deal with their problems and find meaning things before the fair closes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Fabio V (ag) wrote: Julia Roberts is a hottie in this movie. Tom Hanks basically hold the whole film together.

Deanna B (ca) wrote: Terrible... Poorly acted and horrible storyline.

WS W (de) wrote: Generally above average but rather corny at the same time. Abbie Cornish was already awesome back then.

Red L (gb) wrote: What to say about this movie. On the plus side - it stars Nicole Kidman with very few clothes. It is pretty strange - an Australian playing a Russian who speaks English, but pretends not to. On the negative side - I don't think it is one of Nicole's best movies. A nerdy guy orders a Russian non-English-speaking mail order bride. He finds out she is not quite what he was expecting.

Peter K (br) wrote: A childhood gem filled with action, humor, and cinematic magic.

Johanna J (fr) wrote: would have made it lower but my daughther said give it a 3. so evidentally kids like it. i personally thought it was garbage. wasn't even funny garbage.

John R (de) wrote: 160305: 16th Bond Film. Sky diving to your wedding? Wheelie popping semi-trucks? Yes, the nonsense I've always hated so much continues. Other than a couple pretty faces, Lowell & Soto; and ugly, Del Toro & Davi; not much to see here. As I'm progressing forward in time, I still hold out hope that, one day, a James Bond film will really appeal to me.

Trent R (nl) wrote: The original title makes more sense than Death Rage, but Margheriti does not use the flaw of eye degeneration in an interesting manner. Instead, we get copious violence, car chases showing off Milan, and Bouchet showing off her herself. The alliterative cast of Brynner, Bouchet, Balsam and Borghese are all good - but cast completely for type and simply going through the motions this time around. Worth seeing uncut, but perhaps not a priority or a good genre introduction.

Corey B (jp) wrote: The movie itself is a controversial and offensive as the title is but what it is is a animated Exploitation film about the racial stereotypes centered around the 70s. It doesn't surprise me that this film has not been released on DVD due to how many button it can push.

Brenda L (us) wrote: One of Hitchcock's worst. I don't blame Michael Caine for turning down the role of the serialkiller. Read DARK SIDE OF GENIUS, by Donald Spoto, to get insight into HItch's life when this film was made.

Quinto W (us) wrote: A very interesting exploration of an abusive and co-dependant relationship; the imagery is raw, hipnotic and beautiful in perfect black and white.

Dennis C (au) wrote: The movie poster really sold me on this one. See Blonde, Red Head, And Brunette in that Billing order. Fill in the gaps with snazzy brits and colonialism era characters.

Ercides R (jp) wrote: O filme em si no (C) ruim, mas peca por antes da metade o desfecho ficar evidente.

Garrett C (es) wrote: Terrence Malick's follow up to his masterpiece "The Tree of Life" is not the massive statement that that film was, but it is still a fine film that is a more mature and insightful work on human relationships and how they relate to the divine than most any romance film dares to touch. Malick could have done a lot better in creating a story that the audience is more engaged in (as he so brilliantly did in The Tree of Life), but even on his most half-baked day Malick is still head and shoulders above any other American director working right now.

Justin J (kr) wrote: Not quite as good as the first, but nonetheless, it's still a big, loud, funny, action-packed adventure with too many sexual jokes.

stefano l (fr) wrote: I always say that I don't like biopics and sport movies, but sometimes I try to fly over my prejudices and I watch biopics and sport movies. Sometimes all the two of them together, like in this case :D Well, the problem is that, despite some very nice shootings and a good mix between archive images and ones filmed appositely for the movie, the result resembles a fakeness difficult to accept when the actors are on the bikes. Unfortunately, this happens also sometimes when they are not, a thing that I find even more annoying.

Louis D (it) wrote: Despite occasionally fun action and interrogation sequences (particularly the car wash involving a head and the drying process), Sheba, Baby remains fairly unsatisfying. The film's characters lack development, and the plot, which centers around Sheba's father's loan office being forced to close at the hands of nefarious thugs, leaves us wanting more substance so that we might care a bit more about the events on screen.

taylor j (ru) wrote: Val Kilmer is astounding and powerful. This movie is a real thriller and kept me in suspense. I loved both the plot and sub plot. This is a great movie.