Fictional documentary about the life of human chameleon Leonard Zelig, a man who becomes a celebrity in the 1920s due to his ability to look and act like whoever is around him. Clever editing places Zelig in real newsreel footage of Woodrow Wilson, Babe Ruth, and others.
In this fictional documentary, a man achieves notoriety for his ability to look and act like whoever he's around. Becoming a celebrity in his own right, he then inspires a song, a dance craze, and a Warner Bros. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(mx) wrote: I have no idea why a lot of the reviews for this movie are so negative; some people must be really hard to please or maybe it's been so long since the first one their limited memory deceived them. If you liked the first one you'll like the sequel. If you don't like it guess what; you turned into an old fart in the past thirteen years.
(us) wrote: Okay children's film. This has much in common from its predecessor.
(es) wrote: Ok the actors look and sound nothing like their characters and Shaggy spends the entire movie trying to get with Thelma. Call me a purist but i say fuck that.
(ru) wrote: This film made me feel very uncomfortable at times. Peter O' Toole plays the proverbial "Dirty Old Man" type character. I was originally told by friends, that this was a comedy?!... Definately one to avoid
(it) wrote: Drop Zone is a very average action movie. It has enough entertainment value to maintain attention, and it has the hero, Snipes, kick-ass in his usual style. Although it is by far not the smartest movie out there, it is a definite blast from the past. This movie is a typical portrayal of 90s action flicks, enjoyable to an extent as long as disbelief is held at bay.
(fr) wrote: Boy I'm torn about this one. On one hand it's a terrible Vietnam tale, but on the other hand it's a hilarious comedy with Chris Walken overthrowing Colombia with the help of his ragtag Army pals. McBain is a thing of beauty, different for everyone.
(au) wrote: I first heard of this movie as a recommendation on a review about Beyond The Door, an Italian Exorcist ripoff. The reviewer said that Abby was more outrageous and funny (crazy funny) than any Exorcist rip off ever made. A blaxploitation Exorcist clone seemed to good for me to turn down. As it turned out, it was too hyped up. It's a terrible movie (but that's sort of irrelevant with these types films) and wasn't nearly as shocking as I was hoping for. She does puke a lot but it seems like the budget was so low that pea soup wasn't even affordable. This just seemed like foamy water. The quality is also terrible. It's really stepped on and in great need of being restored, which I doubt will happen any time soon.
(de) wrote: This is one of Mario Bava's worst films and I'm a huge fan of his. Like always, it looks great and the idea sounds like it will be an entertaining movie, but the script is so full of holes and ends up not making sense. I know that Mario Bava hated this movie.
(ca) wrote: Very well done film about the skull of the Marquis DeSade putting the whammy on folks. Nice to see Cushing in a role where he's not in control.
(de) wrote: Probably one of the funniest movies I've seen to date.
(gb) wrote: great family movie ... very cute .... heartwarming ... I wish they had a real hotel for dogs - it was pretty cool!