The Adventures of Barry McKenzie
Barry McKenzie sets off for England with his aunt, Edna Everage, to advance his cultural education. Bazza is an innocent abroad, fond of beer, Bondi and beautiful sheilas, but he soon settles into the Australian ghetto in Earls Court, where his old mate Curly has a flat.
- Stars:Barry Crocker, Barry Humphries, Spike Milligan, Peter Cook, Paul Bertram, Dennis Price, Avice Landone, Mary Ann Severne, Jenny Tomasin, Dick Bentley, Julie Covington, Judith Furse, Christopher Malcolm, Maria O'Brien, Margo Lloyd,
- Director:Bruce Beresford,
- Writer:Bruce Beresford, Barry Humphries
Young Australian, Barry McKenzie, travels to England with his Aunt Edna after his father dies and a request is revealed in his will. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Adventures of Barry McKenzie torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: One of Vaughans best films in a while. While not amazing it's still entertaining enough
(ag) wrote: Brilliant and very clever film, A great twist at the end, Brilliantly acted by all the cast, Had me hooked from start to finish, A must see film with some great action scenes and its ability to keep us shocked.
(kr) wrote: In an attempt to make a beter film, they made it worst.
(jp) wrote: It's at once a biopic and monologue and a portrait of a genius.
(br) wrote: muy buenas imgenes!
(de) wrote: it is pretty interesting however the lack of depth in the story effected me getting really into it and I saw the twist coming a mile a way so it doesnt even compare with the other crime movies that came out with that decade a slightly before, like Se7en and Primal Fear
(es) wrote: I'm trying to find this movie on DVD
(fr) wrote: Forced to watch this in art class. Everyone except our teacher thought it was absolutely dumb and had no good plot and the actors weren't even good overall this is the worst movie I have ever seen in my life
(br) wrote: Goldie joins the army
(kr) wrote: Actually better than expected. A few ?s, but overall, Arthurian refences, myth, magic, social commentary and lesbians...I can dig it.
(mx) wrote: Comparisons to 400 Blows are unavoidable. Both are about troublesome boys, both around the same age, and both end with an ambiguous future. Pialat's film is about a foster child, though, and he dares to make the character more unsympathetic. When taken in by an elderly couple, Francois' warmer side surfaces, but he's still overcome by his nastier impulses. Pialat also does not share Truffaut's New Wave sensibility, instead he goes for a much more realistic approach, almost documentarian.
(jp) wrote: I had never heard of Rock The Kasbah before it was added on Netflix, but decided to give it a view, because I had already watched the majority of what Netflix had to offer. I have to admit I went into the movie with low expectations. In my humble opinion, Bill Murray reached his peak with the Ghost Busters franchise, and has rarely made me laugh out loud since (Except for his short Cameo in Zombie Land) Bruce Willis, Danny McBride, and Zooey Deschanel adding their star power to the cast made Rock The Kasbah worthy of a chance however, so I reluctantly jumped into it.Part way through Rock The Kasbah I realized that I was actually enjoying the movie, While not overly funny, it does have a few scenes that made me laugh. Bill Murray does a good job of playing a washed up producer, and Zooey Deschanel's anxiety attacks were comically convincing. Danny McBride graces the screen with his typical anti-hero pot smoking persona, stealing the show from Scott Caan, despite being his sidekick. (Although Caan was funny as well) Bruce Willis' as a crazy mercenary looking for a book deal added some extra fun to the mix, and Kate Hudson as a prostitute working to feed her 401k rounded off the all star cast. While the script probably will never be considered a masterpiece, each character does a good job playing their part. (Not surprising, since most of the cast are well established actors)What really made Rock The Kasbah enjoyable for me was the music. Zoe Deschanel's cover of Bitch by Meredith Brooks was excellent, and showcased the fact that Deschanel is more than just a pretty face. Leem Lubany's renditions of Cat Stevens "Wild World" and "Peace Train" were a fresh take on classic songs, and even more enjoyable to listen to than the originals. I have no doubt that if this star does not continue to rise as an actress, she could fall back on a career in music. While many critics have given this movie poor reviews, it's no secret that critics sometimes miss the mark. I urge you to give Rock The Kasbah a chance, as you might, like me, find this quirky little gem enjoyable. If you find yourself unable to stomach Murray in a non-slapstick role however, there is always Ghost Busters or Caddy Shack to fallback on.