The Punch Bowl

The Punch Bowl

Die Feuerzangenbowle from Director Helmut Weiss is based on the novel by the same name from Heinrich Spoerl and Hans Reimann that has turned into a cult German film. The film tells the story of a writer Johannes Pfeiffer who goes undercover as a student in a high school after his friends told him that he missed out on a great life experience since he was home schooled.

A successful writer, home-schooled in his youth, masquerades as a student at a secondary school to experience all the fun and pranks he missed out on. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Punch Bowl torrent reviews

Nicholas L (de) wrote: You can't really fault family entertainment movies unless it sucks big time. "We bought a zoo" is what you expect: sweet, straight forward and comes with a happy ending. The movie is entertaining enough to make the price of the ticket worthy. Scarlett Johansson looks too glamorous to be a head zoo keeper.

Gerch R (es) wrote: Ouch, hard mode meme avec un tank full resiste navet celui la oO

Ricardo S (ru) wrote: A hugely entertaining coming-of-age tale, grounded in realism. Sivan's note-perfect portrayal of the diminutive hero is matched by a razor-sharp Cleese

Sarah P (de) wrote: The film and acting were of poor quality and it doesn't get moving fast enough. I didn't get past 25 minutes...

David M (fr) wrote: Our reality, Quantum mechanics, neurobiology, consciousness. Very fun

Anastasia (us) wrote: Last act (13) TO OWN?

Steven K (fr) wrote: best movie I've ever seen

Juan S (gb) wrote: "Es genial comprobar que todava tienes la capacidad de sorprenderte a ti mismo."Lester Burnham - Belleza americana (Sam Mndes 1999)

Frances H (kr) wrote: What a sweet, gentle, warm, quietly humorous little movie. I loved the excellent performances of the all star cast and the quirky wit of the dialogue. This is what I like romcom to be. How enjoyable.

Abel D (nl) wrote: Nielsen's charisma and some perfectly fine gags make this run-of-the-mill, late 90s Disney-cartoon-adaptation a little more tolerable than most of its peers. Doesn't mean you should see it.

Scott C (jp) wrote: Wow! Amazed by the glowing reviews. And hard to believe Don Cheadle was in this. I found the film a bit junky-feeling back in the day. It definiiely didn't have the power of 'Platoon'.

Jack L (ag) wrote: Rightly deserves the title of 'Best Black and White Carry On'... alongside 'Spying'! A joyous outing and a wonderful pastiche of kitchen-sink dramas.

Peter F (ru) wrote: Truffaut's vibrant tale of a menage-a-trois gone wrong is still one of the defining films of the French New Wave, but it's interesting to view it now and consider how much it takes from classical Hollywood and 50's melodrama.

Warren M (us) wrote: This movie marks the starring debut of action star Jean-Claude Van Damme. Not a proud milestone for movie history.

Erin W (fr) wrote: One of the things that is very endearing about this movie is that it was a wonderful parody for it's time... that is still relevant today. And it is extremely funny and silly. George Hamilton did an excellent job playing Dracula, from the sexy accent to the wonderful dancing scene with Susan Saint James. The story begins when Dracula is kicked out of his home by Russian Police. After he goes to New York and falls in love with Cindy Soundheim, who he believes is his true love reincarnated. If that doesn't sound ridiculous enough her overbearing boyfriend then tries to destroy Dracula, using everything from a silver star of David to silver bullets. If you are in the mood for something light and funny and you're sick of all the melodramatic 'sparkly' vampire movies of now, then watch it. It's truly a breath of fresh hair.

Mark H (br) wrote: Although alot of the plot in "Vertigo" is illogical, Hitchcock suspends the audiences disbelief, managing to create a haunting romantic atmosphere unlike any other film to date, while Bernard Hermann's lavish score orchestrates the films tension and suspense.

Linda V (nl) wrote: Hilarious. Jenny Wrights shoulderpads deserve a film of their own.