The Robber Kitten

The Robber Kitten

A kitten runs off to be a robber with a dog in this Silly Symphony.

Ambrose the kitten renames himself Butch and runs away from home with plans to become a robber. His first intended victim, though, is a real robber: Dirty Bill, a dog. Dirty Bill asks ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Michal G (ru) wrote: Une comdie policire drle et fun.

Toby C (jp) wrote: This movie is theatrical mess. It's unrealistic circumstances, a mixture of action, humor, and darker tones have it unsure if it's a PG or R rated film. However with all this said, it isn't terrible and has some good moments.

Caesar B (ca) wrote: One of the best character studies I'v e seen in more recent years. Ben Stiller, who's never been better, plays a forty year old former musician who recently suffered a mental breakdown and spent some time in a mental institution. He flies out to California to look after his brothers house and dog. While there, he makes a connection with his brothers assistant, a college dropout with some issues of her own. The cast is great, especially Rhys Ifans as Stiller's best friend. Baumbach's script is exceptionally well written. This would make a perfect companion piece to his earlier work, the modern masterpiece that is The Squid and the Whale.

Richard G (jp) wrote: A Group of friends go camping in the woods to go hunting,unbeknownst to them there's a mutant pig out there but along with this they have to duke it out with local Rednecks,It's actually not as stupid as it sounds,part survival horror part Monster movie its huge fun and very original too,do check it out.

Dorian G (ag) wrote: A few good laughs from Fey and Poehler, but a weak supporting cast falls flat.

bloody w (es) wrote: if only Samuel l Jackson would do more roles like this

Vaibhav W (ag) wrote: Mostly dreamy and surreal this film is quite self- indulgent too. It centers around a bunch of teenagers with a famous popstar as a catalyst to the events.

Sehar M (nl) wrote: It was picturized on a true story and it speaks of a horrible truth. Im not a great fan of Pooja Bhatt and I think with a better cast movie could have been much better but it still touches your heart n brings tears in your eyes.

Matthew S (au) wrote: The door latch makes a clicking sound as it is opened. A man sits bold upright in bed. There is a stranger in the house. Shots ring out as he grabs a shotgun and hides himself in the shower. The black and white cinematography makes the scene feel poignant. The instant intrigue is undeniable and I find myself caught up in a film in which the only highlight is the intro. The film initially feels both surreal and existentialistic. Too late I realize that I have allowed the opening scene to pique my interest in a film which picking up speed as it heads towards its inevitable train wreck of and ending. Scott McGehee and David Siegel?s [u]Suture[/u] (1993) is an attempt to do an original take on the idea of an amnesia driven thriller. Although the film does introduce a single unique element, it fails to maintain its initial energy and ends up failing miserably in both the thriller and psychological genre?s. This film deals with the concept of a mistaken identity, which is ironically created through a series of events set in place by one brother for the purpose of killing the other. One of the most attention grabbing elements of this film is the stark contrasts, which are largely created by the black and white filming. The contrast in the film is made even starker through the use of an African American as the lead in a film in which he and an Asian Psychologist are the only non-Caucasian actors. The detail of his dark complexion provides the film with its most noteworthy characteristic. Throughout the film, there are numerous references to the striking similarities between the two half brothers. It is instantly apparent, however, that ?a blind man could tell them apart? from a mile away. Clay Arlington (Dennis Haysbert) is tall, well built and has skin that provides the darkest aspect of the film. By contrast, his half brother Vincent Towers (Michael Harris) is average height, slender and possesses a pale complexion. All of this notwithstanding, every character in the film, including the two brothers, seems to be convinced that the similarities between the two are undeniable. At one point one of the brothers goes so far as to compare the similarity to looking in a mirror. The comparison is made countless times throughout the movie until it becomes tiresome and downright insulting to the perceived intelligence of the viewing audience. After viewing this film I found myself conjuring up mental pictures of writers and producers sitting around a table during a brain storming session. The question they are seeking an answer to is doubtlessly how to make a suspenseful murder thriller focused on amnesia and mistaken identity into an original production. After several ideas have been thrown back and forth, someone ingeniously suggests that they write a screenplay where the mistaken identity victims look nothing alike. At first the idea is rejected. But eventually it is embraced. The concept is so original that everyone is swept along by a wave of enthusiasm until it becomes the only part of the movie that is memorable. And there you have it. All other elements have been shoved to the back of the collective consciousness of this film. The acting is subpar at best. The one noteworthy performance in this film, which is made so only by contrasting it against the others, is that of Harris (Vincent). Given the other disappointments of this film, it should come as no surprise that the best acting is done by the actor with the smallest lead role. Indeed, go for more than an hour without seeing or hearing anything related to Vincent until he randomly shows up and begins tailing Clay. The only memory we have of him is the opening scenes. The source of greatest disappointment in this film, particularly considering its intended genre, is the absolute lack of suspense. The movie is downright boring. Although the cinematography is, for the most part well done, it lacks originality and feels like a crutch to this decidedly mediocre film. The various flashbacks, which Clay experiences, do more to confuse the audience than to provide clarity to the story. Another aspect of this film that bears mentioning is its rather eclectic and random sound track selection. The music feels out of place during several key scenes and the cover of Jonny Cash?s ?Burning Ring of Fire? is downright horrific. Also, there are various points throughout where sound effects seem to have added significance. A prime example is a phone being knocked over and the resulting dial tone. However, these seemingly significant moments are left open ended and feel more like they were included to lengthen the film?s time, rather than provide story complexity. The last and most aggravating detail in this film is the lack of attention to detail taken by the director and editors. The film contains numerous scenes where Clay is facing a mirror while wearing his eye patch. There are several scenes when the eye covered by the patch changes from his right to his left. This and other incongruent details in the film detract from its credibility. [i]Suture[/i] lacks complexity, believability, depth and consistency. The use of black-and-white filming techniques and the creativity of the idea for dissimilar lookalikes do not make up for all of this film?s shortcomings. It should be viewed only by someone who wants to learn what not to do when making a suspenseful thriller.

Mikael K (de) wrote: A romantic drama that turns into a psychological examination on the fragility of human psyche, Betty Blue? is a tale of Zorg and Betty, two lovers who face difficult challenges but conquer them with commitment and devotion. Until Betty(TM)s volatile temper seems to start turning into something more sinister.Jean-Hugues Anglade and B (C)atrice Dalle convince in the lead roles as director Jean-Jacques Beineix find innovative ways to tell their story. The movie is touching and thought provoking, even if it seems a bit loose in structure and emotionally not quite as sharp as it might have been.

stefeni H (kr) wrote: Excellent Bette Davis flick.

Jey A (jp) wrote: Funny cuz she looks like a cheap hooker now...

Catherine L (jp) wrote: Was a pioneering movie at the time and still remains amazing today! Gave me the desire to dive!

Brandon Y (jp) wrote: A weak ending undermines an otherwise intriguing thriller. Bad title, incidentally, since the movie isn't about "sins" at all, and probably keeps people from looking further into what this movie is actually about.

Zachary M (ru) wrote: A perfect example of a slow burn movie, but that may not be the best thing to be. The film gets going only after about an hour into the film. From things do start to pick up, but by then it's too little too late.

Harry W (ag) wrote: The only real reason I watched Two Moon Junction was because I'm a fan of Sherilyn Fenn and her work on Twin Peaks, plus I know she has an unfathomed body and I would be fascinated to see how she uses it in an Romantic-Erotic Thriller.But what's wrong with Two Moon Junction is the fact that there is no passion. There isn't any flames that burn between the characters and so the emotions or sexual activity between them is in a more dire need of chemistry than Jesse was in the first season of Breaking Bad. The relationships are hollow and the characters have only a mere exterior appeal based on their attractiveness, because there is certainly no depth within them.That's essentially the problem. Two Moon Junction has essentially no characters to it, just a bunch of actors told what to do and where to go without any direction thanks to Zalman King and his limited knowledge of filmmaking outside of creating films with nothing much outside of attractive sex objects, as notable in 9 1/2 Weeks. His poor screenplay leaves much to be desired, fused with a cheap MacGregor Douglas story has no understanding of the characters created whatsoever.For example, April Delongpre shows caring affection for her fianc (C) Chad Douglas Fairchild which he returns, but without a single ounce of chemistry she goes off and engages in an affair with Perry. The only actual explanation as to why she does this is because she must be a b*tch, since she clearly is more affectionate to her fianc (C) than to Perry the emotionless blow up doll and her parents think Chad is a better fit, the only plausible explanation is that she must be a thoughtless b*tch even though this clearly wasn't the intention of Zalman King or MacGregor Douglas. But if it was, they're dumber than predicted because that is not an interesting character to follow around in the story. Since somewhere along the lines somebody realised that and attempted to capitalise on the sex appeal of the film, resulting in Sherilyn Fenn going into hiding for a year, the filmmakers are all a bunch of brainless raccoons. The creationists that made Two Moon Junction had less inspiration or effort than even some of the dumbest pornographic films in existence. It's no wonder Sherilyn Fenn changed her career after sitting through this crap, and it did teach her to take her career seriously. But since she was subject to humiliation for the sake of a terrible film, that's one more reason to hate Two Moon Junction. You can see her actually crying at the end of most of her sex scenes because the filmmakers essentially violated her and her body with their inexperience and reliance on her body like what Bernardo Bertolucci did to Maria Schneider in his Academy Award nominated 1972 Romantic Drama Last Tango in Paris. Of course the difference is that Last Tango is Paris had meaning and skill in it, and essentially it's like all of Two Moon Junction was just put together by a bunch of perverts who merely wanted to look at Sherilyn Fenn naked and used a film as a cover for it, the same way the nonexistent film Argo was used to rescue Canadian Hostages. These events were later chronicled in the 2012 Thriller which won the Academy Award for best picture, Argo. But Argo is billions of light years away from being even slightly comparable to Two Moon Junctions unless you're comparing the efforts of the lead actors Richard Tyson and Ben Affleck who both suffer many of the same issues as actors.Perry is the dumbest character of them all, so hollow that he passes more as a foreshadowing of the dominant male character Christian Grey from the erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey. By that I mean he's a strong male figure with a big sexual ego, but is completely hollow as a character. And in a similar fashion to the writing style of Fifty Shades of Grey, actor Richard Tyson attempts to make every word he uses sound erotic, and that just makes things even stupider than they already are. Yes, things could have been worse in Two Moon Junction but could have been a lot better. One idea would be to cast a better actor than Richard Tyson, perhaps even the mysterious and sexually ambiguous Klinton Spilsbury would have done a finer job. Richard Tyson's performance should earn himself a Golden Raspberry Award, and his only appealing in Two Moon Junction is that he looks vaguely of Christopher Lambert with the haircut of Otto from The Simpsons.So since everything else in Two Moon Junction messed up, the audience would hope for some appeal through steamy sex sequences. This proves mostly to be a false hope, because despite the climactic sex sequence about 1 Hour and 25 minutes into the film's running time, the rest are rushed, pointless and tedious love scenes which have no erotic emphasis or fine visual qualities outside of Sherilyn Fenn's breasts, and the cinematography doesn't even bother to attempt to capitalise on that anymore.Honestly, why Two Moon Junction is defined as an erotic thriller is a question to me because that is merely a half truth. The erotic half, because there are no thrills in Two Moon Junction unless getting an erection at the sight of a naked Sherilyn Fenn counts. Even then the thrills are minimum. And if not for the aforementioned sex scene, the film couldn't even pass for erotic but rather not even a film but a feature length photoshoot.Lastly, where the movie ends is confusing, how it got there is confusing, what it meant was confusing. I never expected some form of half-assed erotica to be so confusing, but the fact that very few people actually bothered to make Two Moon Junction structured or original leaves it as a film that's dumber than a pornography starring Robert Pattinson.But on the plus side, even though she didn't take acting seriously when working on Two Moon Junction, Sherilyn Fenn is still a great actress to have since she serves as the cultural figure Audrey Horne from Twin Peaks, the slick and seductive schoolgirl. In Two Moon Junction, she portrays April Delongpre, a character exploring her sexuality. Despite being a terrible character, she is steaming hot and utterly sexy in Two Moon Junction, and she makes the climactic sex scene in the film a treat for the viewers since she has such a fine body with a beautiful skin tone and lets go of her inhibitions just to make the scene passionate, and it's the only scene in the film that is and that's thanks to the fact Sherilyn Fenn has control of herself in the scene and ensures the best of her is used. And when I say she's sexy, I mean so sexy that it was worth sitting through all of Two Moon Junction just for that one scene where her entire body is in perspective. Her overall performance was ok, but her presence is what makes it a memorable film.Also, Since Two Moon Junction is predominantly dank and boring, the smile of Louise Fletcher seems to light up the screen, as does her voice. She makes it slightly more bearable to sit through. Even though she portrays a secretly manipulative character like she's good at doing, she's still sweet to have in Two Moon Junction.Kristy McNichol was also good, because I have never seen her in anything else and I merely enjoyed seeing her breasts on screen. How that earns a Golden Raspberry Nomination when Richard Tyson or Zalman King don't get one is a strange farce.And that one steamy sex scene is a memorable one because its passionate, and watching it is a guilty pleasure but makes sitting through tons of Zalman King crap worth it. That scene is the cure to erectile dysfunction, there is no better way to put it.So if you can extract the climactic sex scene from 1 Hour and 25 minutes into the movie off the Internet, that will save you the trouble of sitting through Zalman King nearly killing Sherilyn Fenn's career in a waste of time titled Two Moon Junction.

Fiese F (br) wrote: A Film that does not know what it want. And no women will go to work in these beautiful clothes.