Uuno Turhapuro

Uuno Turhapuro

Uuno goes with his wife to spend summer holiday to their villa in country, studies playing of the violin in a correspondence course and constructs an own violin with do-it-yourself-method, but quits his career when he perceives that takes his free time too much and comes back to live the life "in the shadow of a fridge". In the start scene of film a priest (Ere Kokkonen as voice) says in the Uuno's weddings that his complete name is Uuno Eero Turhapuro, whereas it's in the all later Uuno-films Uuno Daavid Goljat Turhapuro.

Uuno Turhapuro is simple man who lives in Finland. His life is like from comedy movie but still he always did something "big" and everything is alright. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Uuno Turhapuro torrent reviews

Andres V (ru) wrote: Cinematograficamente no es el mejor de los documentales, la fotografia no es la mejor y la linea argumental no esta del todo bien. Sin embargo es un gran documental gracias a su gran contenido y a la denuncia que hace sobre el grave problema que tenemos con el agua y como ya han aparecido corporaciones que la estan comprando para revendernola, de ahi la formidable iniciativa de apoyar un nuevo articulo en la declaracion de los derechos humanos para que se respete el libre acceso de los humanos al agua limpia.Vale mucho la pena verlo.

Gimly M (us) wrote: It's hard to believe that Romero was in any way involved in this. Had a moderately interesting point to make, but couldn't make a moderately interesting film to wrap it in. Filled with Syfy level CGI, but does have a single good practical effect in the climax of the piece.

Anita L (jp) wrote: WNA SEE THIS SO BAD!

Chris A (de) wrote: I thought this movie was very good. Laura Linney plays a good role as a mother doing her best to raise her son. Then, her drifter brother visits, adding to the mix. A good movie, and I think one most people can relate to in their everyday life.

Adam R (jp) wrote: A beautiful display of the great outdoors of Vermont. It is gorgeous and the music from Max Steiner adds to the charm of this Disney outing. (First viewing - 9/5/2010)

Vincent H (it) wrote: I wouldn't say it's one of Flynn's strongest pictures but hey it's still Errol Flynn so it's still great!

Kirk B (kr) wrote: Good, idea, good effects, but the end is lacking.

Archie G (mx) wrote: Cheeky, spicy and flamboyant! Keep it up and I might give them some blazing sandals.

Brian S (gb) wrote: 7.5/10... Review coming.

Ryan P (de) wrote: Although its major claim to fame is the birthplace of Bing Crosby's iconic single "White Christmas" (one of the best-selling records of all time), HOLIDAY INN gives equal time to other holidays such as Thanksgiving and Independence Day (in an extended clunky patriotic montage due to Pearl Harbor attack occurring halfway through filming). It's a pretty good musical flick if you like the smooth Crosby vocals and the snappy Fred Astaire dances (there's one particular dance with fire crackers that is pretty brilliant). Crosby and Astaire compete for the same gal, they sing and they dance and they crack jokes, and the story is mildly interesting but fun and light. There are a few questionable scenes (including one black face routine that is utterly cringeworthy 70+ years later), but I still think it's a gem.

Facebook U (ca) wrote: Pretty good action movie that is a real fantasy of girl action romance. Is this a film genre? Single girl meet single guy in the process of saving the world by killing a whole bunch of bad guys trying to kill him because he's the bad guy in possession of the rare treasure. Totally McGuffin. Some sort of remake of Hitchcock thriller with plenty of action and a frenetic pace full of improbable and unsurvivable incidents. In brief, pure fun. Cameron and Tom did a maximum of their stunts and it shows nicely. Lovely characters in spite of their killing chops. I guess it could be a date movie.

Cooper H (de) wrote: The conclusion to the Firefly show, Serenity gives a satisfying ending where Summer Glau shines. Chiwetel Eijiofor is a great addition as an antagonist to the crew.