Stanley is a bellboy at the Fountainbleau Hotel in Miami Beach. It is there that he performs his duties quietly and without a word to anyone. All that he displays are facial expressions and a comedic slapstick style. And anything that can go wrong - does go wrong when Stanley is involved. Then one day, Jerry Lewis, big star, arrives at the hotel and some of the staff notice the striking resemblanc
- Stars:Jerry Lewis, Alex Gerry, Bob Clayton, Sonnie Sands, Eddie Shaeffer, Herkie Styles, David Landfield, Bill Richmond, Larry Best, Cary Middlecoff, Art Terry, Frankie Carr, Joe Mayer, Stanley Allan, Duke Art Jr.,
- Director:Jerry Lewis,
- Writer:Jerry Lewis
In Miami Beach, the mute bellboy Stanley works at the luxurious Fontainebleau Hotel. In spite of being a serviceable and friendly employee, the clumsy Stanley gets successively into trouble with his mistakes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: "I love.....I love, I really do love, I really do. I love and I hate, I hate, I hate because I really do love. I love because I hate you motherfuckers, you motherfuckers!!!"
(ca) wrote: He looks good even in glasses.
(es) wrote: Good film,bit long but tells a great story about amongst other things how easy things are to get into but impossible to get out the same person....
(ru) wrote: TOE TO TOE manages to deal intelligently with two issues that are often handled sloppily in higher-budget films: teen angst and racial dynamics. The first subject is often handled superficially in movies, by never delving deeply into the demons of adolescence, perhaps because filmmakers are scared of asking teenage actors to make themselves too vulnerable, or perhaps because there's a sense that audiences aren't ready to see certain disturbing things, even if everyone knows that they are things that happen in a high school kid's every day life. As for racial dynamics, movies often end up having the opposite of their intended impact by portraying stereotypes instead of acknowledging the fact that the lines between different ethnicities aren't quite as clear-cut as those who don't like too think too hard would like them to be. The film's opening scenes are a little bit weak and it may take a few minutes to get all the pieces together and understand the direction in which the film is headed. Those who turn off movies in the first 10 minutes if they don't like them will certainly miss out. Jesse (Louisa Krause) and Tosha (Sonequa Martin) go to the same high school and are on the lacrosse team together. Jesse is white and lives in an upper-class neighborhood, but of course, her life isn't as perfect as you'd assume it is. She hardly gets any attention from her mother, and her dad is nonexistent. Tosha is black and lives in what is described as a "thuggy" neighborhood (inhabited mostly by blacks and Hispanics), yet she seems to be doing everything in her power to break away from all possible stereotypes. As Tosha says, she goes to prep school to get away from her neighborhood, she gets As in math class because most girls don't, and she plays lacrosse because most black people don't. What Jesse and Tosha DO have in common is that they are both frequently accused of "sluttiness" during the film. Tosha is mocked and called a "$2 whore" for absolutely no reason, but she tries to ignore the remarks and focus on her goal of getting a full scholarship to Princeton. Jesse, on the other hand, is another story... the accusations of "sluttiness" may still be mean, but they are far from fabricated, as Jesse gives blowjobs to a bunch of guys at school and isn't particularly careful about who she has sex with either. The strength of TOE TO TOE comes from how well it establishes this paralellism between two high school girls who, in attempting to break away from the stereotypes that each of them falls into, head in opposite directions and bump into each other along the way, forming a quasi-friendship that is far from the conventional bond that you see between teenagers in this type of film. Tosha battles with her family and neighbors who get in the way of her attempt to get out of the "bad DC neighborhood" she is currently in, while Jesse tries to get the acceptance/love that she doesn't get from her mother by wallowing in what are obviously meaningless sexual interactions with boys at school. An event involving a slanderous remark that is written on someone's locker makes everything spin out of control, and it is here that the film seamlessly intertwines its treatment of teenage frustration and racial tensions, and does a particularly good job at it. When a movie employs a few contrivances to reach its resolution yet never veers from being emotionally effective, the scale still tips in the movie's favor. The way in which some things are "cleared up" during the last act of TOE TO TOE is a little too convenient, yet none of it takes away from the film's dramatic resonance, especially in terms of Jesse's story. Her last-minute reflection of her debauchery and her plea to her mother at the end while she's getting in the cab make for heart-wrenching material. The movie's ending is hopeful and feels far from dishonest. TOE TO TOE explores two very interesting issues (never sacrificing the strength of one of them to focus on the other), and it also introduces us to two young actresses who have lots of potential.
(us) wrote: Way off track from the original and personally after seven year I never expected a sequel! For one I felt like everything had been done in the first one, and done well, but this just seemed more of the same with a more watery plot! The characters as a whole (like most horror movies these days) were as likeable and interesting as Paris Hilton... Really not that great a watch overall!
(es) wrote: I love Jackie Chan. I do NOT love this movie. The dialog was wooden at best and the actors were stoic. Maybe it was the director's fault. Who knows? I hope they don't make any more like this. It was painful at times to watch.
(gb) wrote: It is one of the best films in the world, you know it, really you do.
(br) wrote: This was just not executed in a way that worked for me at all! I was soooo bored during this that it is a miracle I made it to the end.
(ru) wrote: A monster movie without a monster. You only get to see the thing briefly at the end. Skip this and watch Tremors instead.
(kr) wrote: Legendary stars Sean Connery and Audrey Hepburn make a fantastic duo as the legends Robin Hood and Maid Marian. If you love these stars you'll love this movie. If you love the Robin Hood lore and the many adventure films, then you might not like this movie. It's been 20 long years in the Holy Crusades since Robin Hood had been in England, and after his (quite literally) drunk with power King Richard dies, the old Robin returns home to find the land conquered by another ruthless king, and Maid Marian is a nun. Now, I'm not a fan of the Robin Hood stories, but I liked this movie, mostly because it's completely different from every other Robin Hood movie. This is not the exciting, adventurous, somewhat comedic tale that Robin Hood is known for. This movie follows an old and tired Robin who has lost his flawless charm. This is a very dirty, violent and depressing tale of a fading legend and the regret of missed oppertunities and regaining pride despite old age. These are all incredable elements to make a great movie, but this movie is all just good ideas without that epic of a story inbetween. The movie tends to be slow at times, and it completely messes up the Robin Hood legend with melodrama and less action/adventureness. But it's not a bad thing. This movie portrays it's bleak story with a just as bleak production. This is a dark and dirty representation of England that is not seen at all in previous Robin Hood movie. There is action, but instead of it being fun and exciting, it's actually quite brutal and bloody. The production budget seems to be pretty low too, seemingly being of less quality than Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Not that the low budget is bad, but it's just so uncommon. Though I might add that costumes are pretty well made and authentic. This movie is a great example of star appeal. With wonderful preformances by it's star cast of Sean Connery, Audrey Hepburn and Nicol Williamson, this movie is hard to resist seeing. And the story does have some interesting twists and ONE HELL OF A CLIMAX, but this is not the epic that Robin Hood represents. But then again, I don't care much for the genre of Robin Hood movies, and this movie is a refreshingly original and violently realistic take on the legend.
(us) wrote: Great film. I've always loved it. The only flaw is that the pacing is a bit weird and it is quite slow
(au) wrote: Tangled is really good, it's defenatly one of the better Disney movies, 8/10