Violent Is the Word for Curly

Violent Is the Word for Curly

The stooges are left in charge of a gas station and manage to blow up the car of their first customers, three famous European professors. The stooges steal some of the academics' clothes and wind up at "Mildew", a women's college where the three professors are expected. Mistaken as the real thing, the boys take their place on the faculty. When the real professors show up, the stooges try to convince a rich woman, the schools benefactor, that an athletics programs is more important. Their athletics demonstration comes to an explosive end when the real professors slip them a nitroglycerin basketball.

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Violent Is the Word for Curly torrent reviews

Anders H (au) wrote: Kautokeino-opprret tells of a shocking and fascinating chapter in the history of the indigenous Sami in northern Scandinavia. Unfortunately, as so often happens in Norwegian cinema, what began as a good idea falls victim to awkward acting and direction, and the film fails to sweep you away entirely.

David J (gb) wrote: You must mean paraplegic athletes, quadriplegics can't move thier arms.

Derek A (kr) wrote: A Disney film about the Illuminati...

Darren P (ru) wrote: A thoroughly captivating portrait.

Cindy F (au) wrote: Too arty perhaps? I guess I was expecting a traditional documentary, maybe an exploration of why everyone went so mental. I also did not get the interspersing of clips from the present Black River Falls--it seemed sort of mocking, but not necessary for comparison. It definitely got me interested in the topic, but seemed too much like something I would have had to watch in my college Film class, although I might check out the book that it is based upon.

Dan R (ag) wrote: Pure, unadulterated crap.

Jay B (ca) wrote: Awesome cast. Stupidly hilarious. There is certainly enough here to leave you smiling.

Juuso R (kr) wrote: Nothing like the first two. But how could it be because there was no Burt Reynolds.

Kyle S (ru) wrote: How the hell do RT fans rate Rocky II better than Rocky?

Andrew B (nl) wrote: Blood Freak had reached a point during its viewing where it became so bad it was good. The plot became so ridiculous it was beyond scrutiny, and the film-making itself was so primitive that I would never have taken it seriously. However, the film was ruined once it began to take itself too seriously, and its ending is a bitter dissapointment.

Allan C (ca) wrote: Richard Widmark is a tough drill sergeant who prepares a bunch of green recruits for service in the Korean War. Karl Malden is his second in command who thinks Widmark is too hard on the young recruits. You've seen this story a hundred times, but who cares. The story was good and worked for "The Sands of Iwo Jima" all the way to "Heartbreak Ridge" and this film is no different. If you've got a good cast and a halfway decent sense of how to write characters, the formula will work and it works just fine here.

Josh M (es) wrote: The so called ghost town of Hellgate is very flawed. Is it an amusement park ghost town that is haunted or is it an actual town that is haunted, or is it an amusement park ghost town that was not haunted before and then became haunted or is an actual town that was not haunted before and then became haunted? I have no freaking idea and neither will you!

Johannes R (it) wrote: 3.4.2011An inventive scifi film told as history. The film chronicles about a century in mankind's developement, lacking a single protagonist, but focusing in for some small stories. The look of the film, especially in the future with the technical innovations, has some sleek style. Visually, it sometimes looks like avant-garde. Delightfully, the film has a positive look on technical progress and shows how it can benefit mankind.

Toni R (ru) wrote: woof, another great Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers movie on DVD. And here will be indruced for the first time the song: Smoke get in your eyes, specially wrote for the movie for Irene Dunne. The Song was also used for the remake in 1952 in "Lovely to Look at" sung by Kathryn Grayson and in the dance number danced by Gower & Marge Champion. Also great in this movie: Victor Varconi as Prince Ladislaw. Uncredited as Fashion Model you can see Lucille Ball!!!!!

Mike N (ru) wrote: somewhat interesting but it was mostly extremely boring.

Armando P (es) wrote: Enjoyable when stoned

Jami L (br) wrote: Awesome first time film from writing and performing LA Comedy team Dr God. Very funny with great performances from everyone. Highly recommended!