Arthur and Anatole are two little robbers. They want to rob money, money that will travel in a special train from Paris to Bruxelles. They don't know that other people have planned to do ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Arthur and Anatole are two little robbers. They want to rob money, money that will travel in a special train from Paris to Bruxelles. They don't know that other people have planned to do the same thing.
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William R (es) wrote: A collection of sketches that would work excellently as a SNL piece than a feature length horror comedy
Heather M (mx) wrote: I am going to pass on this for now.
Anya S (nl) wrote: When I was a kid this one one of the only movies that myself and both of my brothers actually would agree on. We all loved it, this is a great family movie.
Nelson Q (au) wrote: Predecible todo el tiempo pero buena para disfrutar un sbado por la noche.
Red L (gb) wrote: A simplistic movie - a homeless bum teaches Harvard students what is important in life, but everything is too easy in this movie.
Garrett C (jp) wrote: I rate the sleep that I could have been having much higher than the movie I sacrificed it for.
Jason M (it) wrote: Just what you'd expect it to be, but not quite as much fun as you'd like. Creature suits are pretty great, Doug McClure (in a ski vest!) is Doug McClure, and the final showdown at the carnival is priceless.
Kris K (fr) wrote: now that i found out its edited im kinda mad and need to find the unedited version but funny as hell
Richard C (es) wrote: You'll only be able to view it as flippant taboo humor with the talent involved: flippant directing, acting, etc. In this sequel, which I think is an improvement over the predecessor, the taboos are widened but the female sexual objectification, one of the trademarks, is still present: unnaturally large breasts fill the screen, full frontal vag shots are fearlessly displayed, and sexual slavery is a plot essential. There's also an equal amount of kickass and disturbing gore ruining your appetite, much more so than in the first film, and the screenplay is good for a film of this type - there's an array of inventive cruelty throughout.
Eytan D (ca) wrote: It's best watching the original "My Bloody Valentine" in its entire uncut glory. A bit creepy, even claustrophobic, at times, "My Bloody Valentine" benefits from creative kills, a memorable and original villain and a likeable cast. It tends to drag at times, so in that respect, the remake is better. Otherwise, this one's cheesy 80's fun.
Hunter W (ru) wrote: It's pacing is problematic, but it finds its footing in a terrific turn of villainy for Benedict Cumberbatch and moments of grand emotional impact.