The Stooge

The Stooge

Bill Miller is an unsuccessful Broadway performer until his handlers convince him to enhance his act with a stooge - Ted Rogers, a guy positioned in the audience to be the butt of Bill's jokes. But Ted begins to steal the show. Bill's girlfriend and his pals tell him to make Ted an equal partner. Complications occur, while Bill sings and Ted gets the laughs.

Egotistical vaudevillian Bill Miller basks in the limelight with his successful musical-comedy act, but his success is due to his unheralded second banana. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Stooge torrent reviews

Ashley R (kr) wrote: This was a beautiful, moving film. It showed you the horrible atrocities of war, but the beauty of true friendship. But be sure to bring a tissue box because there are many emotionally moving scenes. The acting was beautiful and real, not to mention the attractive cast such as Jeremy Irving who played Albert Narracott and Tom Hiddleston as Captain Nichols. War Horse is by far one of the best films of the year and definitely a must-see.

Miranda C (mx) wrote: This movie totally sucked. I was bored the whole time, hoping it was get better. The only good part about it was when it was over!

Matthieu M (es) wrote: AALTRA, de Benoit dELEPiNE Et Gustave k/VERN (2004) Un improbable road-movie en noir et blanc: nos deux realisateurs en fauteuils roulants sur la route a travers l'Europe, de France en Finlande. Un formidable moment de cinema, magnifiquement interprete par tous ceux qui y ont leur scene: de Benoit POOLVOERdE au grand Aki kAURiSMAki en passant par Bouli LANNERS et j'en oublie, Jason fLEMMiNG, etc... Un detour par les gueules du cnema europeen dans un bel ecrin au noir et blanc le plus simple, le plus propre, d'un neutre qui laisse toute la place aux comediens pour un melange de tragedie, de comique, de desenchantement et d'espoir finalement. Un film absurde ? Un excellent road-movie comme on les aime: de ceux qui nous font voir du pays et voyager dans la nature humaine, simple mais envoutant...

Vicky P (ru) wrote: The actor part bores me to death but the film really comes together when the various lines starts to tie together.

Ian H (kr) wrote: Matthew Barney is an artificial-scarcity douche who uses the same font for his DVD cover as I use for my business cards. I don't know if he's a genius or not, and I don't know if Cremaster 3 is actually "a sculpture" as he claims or merely a "film" (well - video, I guess, I think it was shot digitally), but I'll say this: I saw Cremaster 3 once - ONCE - five years ago, and I've been thinking about it ever since. Not more than a month has gone by since then where I have not reflected and recontextualized events in my own life through its imagery and densely braided themes. It's probably easiest to relate to if you're an overprivileged white male with mystical leanings and artistic aspirations, but I'm pretty sure there's something for everyone here. (Not necessarily something enjoyable or entertaining, but certainly something worth reflecting on.)

Ah C (mx) wrote: Combination of old cartoons seen before.

Al C (us) wrote: God. I remember when the exact same events in this film happened to me! It's no fun when ghost bullies from the 1950's turn up and try and kill you with their ghost car. No fun at all.

Logan M (it) wrote: In addition to being Woody Allen's most underrated movie, "Stardust Memories" is also his most artistic. Allen has good reason to consider this film among his best.

Chris H (us) wrote: The narrator who guides us through this film is not in Schnitzler's play, and presumably that worked well when performed (in that it was comprehensible), so why put this guy in the film? Also from time to time it keeps jumping back to previous characters, when in the play we revisit none of them (except of course the prostitute). I can see why the play was recieved with riots upon some of it's first showings as the whole thing seems to imply that it is human nature to cheat and not be faithful (in the film the narrator claims 'It is a game we are all playing'). Taken as an interesting work of Schnitzler's though I believe there are merits to it. Other than the unnecessary things above, a good/not great adaption of Schnitzler's play.

Maxfield D (ru) wrote: The movie felt very authentic, as in all the actors were believable and nothing seemed out of place. The story however was all over the map. It was difficult to tell what was going on and as the credits began to roll I couldn't help but wonder if a rewatch was necessary. I choose to not watch this again and I'll stick with my original feelings.

D M (us) wrote: I had always heard this was as bad as Mario Bros, so I had avoided it like the plague, until now. Movies based on video games have a bad reputation, but this was actually pretty damn good for a martial-arts action film which doesn't take itself seriously. In future LA (2007), post-The Big One, gangs have taken over the night. The richest man in the word recruits them to help him find a magic Chinese medallion which is in possession of the Lee brothers. Several in-jokes along with the constant use of the insult "butthead" keep this a very light affair. Also, this is probably Alyssa Milano at her hottest.

Byron B (es) wrote: This slightly over two hour WWII period picture was disappointing. The production quality starts off strong and I was rooting for the American men in the POW camp to learn some humility and become less racist. Throughout the movie, it carried a feeling of contrived artificiality instead of truth. The first half is about surviving the western front and a German stalag where the Germans hold almost no real power. Hart (Ferrell) investigating the murder charge placed on a black American fighter pilot to build a defense case in a makeshift court seemed promising. The whole endeavor is against the odds. He gets more help from the German in charge of the camp and there appears to be some conspiracy among the incredibly racist American officers. Hart is portrayed as too naive and idealistic, but like him I felt so disheartened at the sacrifice that the American leadership deemed necessary.

Spencer S (br) wrote: As ambiguous as you may have heard, yet Jacob's Ladder's success isn't simply it's ambiguity, it's the way it uses it and the impeccable craft it displays doing so, few movies have ever been successful in picking apart the viewer's brain, and this fine piece of filmmaking is one of them