The Man Called Flintstone
In this feature-length film based on the "Flintstones" TV show, secret agent Rock Slag is injured during a chase in Bedrock. Slag's chief decides to replace the injured Slag with Fred Flintstone, who just happens to look like him. The trip takes Fred to Paris and Rome, which is good for Wilma, Barney, and Betty, but can Fred foil the mysterious Green Goose's evil plan for a destructive missile without letting his wife and friends in on his secret?
- Stars:Alan Reed, Mel Blanc, Jean Vander Pyl, Gerry Johnson, Don Messick, Janet Waldo, Paul Frees, Harvey Korman, John Stephenson, June Foray,
- Director:Joseph Barbera, William Hanna,
- Writer:Harvey Bullock (screenplay), R.S. Allen (screenplay)
In this feature-length film based on the "Flintstones" TV show, secret agent Rock Slag is injured during a chase in Bedrock. Slag's chief decides to replace the injured Slag with Fred ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(us) wrote: 2 Coelhos is a surprisingly good Brazilian crime drama.
(kr) wrote: It's not without its flaws, but I as consistently entertained and even disturbed at some parts during the film.
(es) wrote: Only purchased for Rhona Mitra - the film itself is horrible.
(it) wrote: like fida movie my fav
(br) wrote: so funny! I love this movie!
(br) wrote: Robert Iscove really has a niche. He directed my most pleasing of guilty pleasures, "From Justin to Kelly," as well as the 1999 "Kiss Me" klassic, "She's All That" (which really hasn't held up). In this little-known year 2000 sophomore effort, he combines his penchants for awkward meet-cutes, attracting opposites, and meticulously choreographed impromptu dance parties, and it all goes down smoother than a chicka-cherry cola. The movie shares many familiar ingredients of its predecessor and other 90s teen classics: Freddie Prinze Jr. (this time as the Lainey Boggs-esque nebbish pantywaist, rocking the sk8terboi middle-part), Jason Biggs (as the frosted-tipped doofus), sweet-red Alyson Hannigan, and the requisite everybody-knows-what-they're-doing dance sequence, scored by none other than Fatboy Slim! Although "She's All That" is probably most remembered for that iconic scene, the one here calls for less suspension of disbelief. Jennifer knows the dance moves, and Ryan tries to keep up, more or less succeeding by the end. The club scene is more organically woven into the story than the perfect Prom breakdown. The movie also starts out exactly like the more recent "No Strings Attached" (which probably borrowed from this) - Ryan and Jennifer meet several times over ten years - but unlike the puppets on strings that are the characters of NSA, R+J (heh) do more than navigate the aftermath of casual friend-sex; they navigate a real friendship complicated by the past, present, and future. The storyline isn't groundbreaking, but in comparison to all the movies "Boys and Girls" reminds me of, it has a stronger driving conflict. Claire Forlani is way too old to play a college gal, but she is charismatic, charming, smoldering, delicately bony, breathy, and willowy and wounded as usual. She also rocks some great fashions - that weird hoodie sweater vest/cargo pants/Chucks combo AND that white backless top/wide-leg pants ensemble. Yowza.
(ru) wrote: A fun film featuring Redford as lawyer getting drawn into a case he doesn't want any part of. Ends up doing a lot of detective work with Debra Winger while they both try to comprehend the wacky artsy character portrayed by Darryl Hannah.
(ag) wrote: This had me rolling. Laughed harder than I had in a long time.
(nl) wrote: A true story, No Americans changing history so they do all the fighting,and the stiffest of stiff upper lips. classic british cinema
(mx) wrote: William Powell and a young Elizabeth Taylor. A sweet movie.
(jp) wrote: Quite possibly the greatest breasts in movie history.
(kr) wrote: Love these exorcist based movies.
(nl) wrote: If this is based on Paganini's real biography, the supra natural twist is the real bummer.
(ag) wrote: Just like every other Nora Ephron movie, You've Got Mail blends the comedy and the romance so well. It's sweet and charming and the chemistry between the leads is perfect.