Gwendoline arrives in China in a box, and is helped out of her immediate predicament by a female contact and a devil-may-care adventurer. She's on a mission to find her father, who was last... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Perils of Gwendoline in the Land of the Yik Yak
Gwendoline arrives in China in a box, and is helped out of her immediate predicament by a female contact and a devil-may-care adventurer. She's on a mission to find her father, who was last...
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David V (ru) wrote: This is infuriating. WHY do we allow such thing to go on in this FREE and INTELLIGENT world that we live in? WHY? It all comes down to money. That fucking shit that makes us its slave day in and day out. I hope every last person who makes money at the cost and happiness and HEALTH of someone else, I hope they suffer ten fold what they caused. Not very forgiving and bot very buddhist of me, but for all I know this maybe hitting close to home for me.
Suvi L (fr) wrote: Worth to see but I'm not sure if Swinton's part makes the doc any deeper.
Jennifer B (es) wrote: I was very impressed by this little film :) The tension between the main characters was exceptionally well written and acted. Creative and melting, this movie is quite a treat :)
Tyler M (de) wrote: Health! The 'open sesame' to the sucker's purse! This one was just...Not good. The Story: An eccentric doctor, who also happens to be a cereal tycoon, runs a strange health spa, in which people are forced to practice unorthodox ways of keeping healthy. All the while a young man tries to start a cereal business of his own, with the help of a con artist, and the adopted son of the crazy doctor. It's a lot of sex jokes, crude humour, and not much more. There's a little bit style to it, but not much, and the story development moves slow. Some will enjoy it, others will be bored stiff early on. The Cast: John Cusack, Bridget Fonda, Matthew Broderick, Anthony Hopkins, Dana Carvey...I don't get it, this is a great set of actors...And this is not a great movie...Anthony Hopkins, is the doctor Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, owner and operater of the strange health spa. His character is fairly memorable and Hopkins does have his moments here, but they're few and far between. Bridget Fonda, and Matthew Broderick are a married couple, visiting the spa, trying to get healthy. They work together fine, both somewhat interesting, but the sad part is that the two of them only really manage to equal one interesting character. Not either of their best performances. John Cusack, plays the part of a young man trying to start up a cereal business of his own. Unfortunately, he's in business with a group of no-goods. His character is my personal favorite of this movie, but that might be because he's my favorite actor in the cast. He's the only "normal" character in the movie, everyone else is just plain over the top. Dana Carvey, a small role, but fans of his can't be too choosy as we don't see too much of him around these days. He's the adopted son of the doctor, filthy, creepy, and a little funny. It's not his greatest role, but it's not his worst. One to Five Scale: 2 Despite it's great cast, the jokes are just stupid, and the characters for the most part are a little too over the top. If you're a die hard fan of Hopkins, Cusack, Broderick, or too a lesser extent Carvey, you might find something here...But you'll have to be a very die hard fan. Tyler
Matthew C (au) wrote: Wow. This movie starts out pretty low-key and just kind of goes out of control. Killer dog packs on the moors, chimp murder, General Zod with Rod Stewart hair, total madness. And the finale is just fantastic. One of the most fun evil primate movies I've watched. Not one of the best, but one of the most fun.