The Great Stroll

The Great Stroll

A RAF Bomber is shot down over Paris by the Germans. Its crew (Terry Thomas as a flight captain) land there by parachute. With the help of some French civilians (Louis De Funès in the role ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1966
  • Language:French,English,German
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:escape,   paris france,   prank,  

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Dan W (de) wrote: Loved it! Great haunted house flick without the profanity etc.

Jaime V (nl) wrote: Guys not even worth " watching alone "

Charles S (ag) wrote: Pretty good, and luckily a very small amount of musicals, but whats with the white stripper chicks at the end?

Matt R (es) wrote: This is the stuff great survival horror is made of. The low-budget feel elicits a true sense of helplessness -- something that most genre pics fail to do. Sadly, some poor dialogue and a rushed ending keep it from being a classic.

Richard C (fr) wrote: Its like reading from Homage to Catalonia, only the POUM didn't have the odd anarchist flag and scarves around, still good script and cast.

John C (ag) wrote: Great movie starring Arnold Stang. That's right. This is before he became famous. His accent was so thick I couldn't understand some of his words. The original version they actually dubbed his voice with another actor, but then went back later and added his in when he became more famous.

vernon m (ru) wrote: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis look at the lighter side of the Army.

(nl) wrote: The Third Man is one of those movies that it's hard to see with fresh eyes for the first time if you've long loved movies because you've likely heard a lot about it already. If you've been around a while, you've heard the Cuckoo Clock speech and the haunting theme song. If you're somewhat well read about movies, you know that Orson Welles is showing up eventually, which kind of kicks the wind out of that particular plot twist.Still, it was exciting to finally watch it after all these years. Wonderful character performances from the cast, fascinating camera work. You can tell that Carol Reed was heavily influenced both by Welles' own innovations and by the Italian neo-realists. Characters casually clamber through the beautiful remnants and ignored brickheaps of post-war Vienna, divided by Allied powers and as yet untouched by the Marshall Plan. You'd never imagine sewers could be so dramatic.Movie acting styles were not yet influenced by the Method school that would soon come. Joseph Cotten probably came off reasonably well by 1949 standards as the sulky alcoholic Holly Martins. I couldn't help wonder what a more brooding presence of someone like Montgomery Clift might have offered the role. Still, this is a bucket list movie. Checked.

John R (ag) wrote: I enjoyed this movie, but then again, I'm a car buff. Loved how the older stock cars were rendered. Tractor tipping, ha!

Joey F (de) wrote: Kubrick... how are you this good at movie making? How do you think so differently about this art form than everyone else? This film is not for everyone, but it is objectively a masterpiece.

OverPower L (ag) wrote: oh come on the movie is funny. and for the people that like to say "another chapter in american male infantile" just stop, its a comedy and its supposed to be infantile. what are we supposed to just be so serious all the time? give it a break

Danie A (jp) wrote: This dude is HILARIOUS! I don't care HOW MANY times I see this, I'm in tears! *watching now on Comedy Central* (yes, even edited, its funny)!