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Old 05-16-2017, 10:21 PM   #10121
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Europa '51 (1952)



The representative of a big American company George Girard (Alexander Knox) and his wife Irene (Ingrid Bergman) are a wealthy couple living in post-war Rome. They're so preoccupied with their social status that their son Michele (Sandro Franchina) feels lonely and neglected. During one of the many parties hosted by the Girards, Michele attempts to kill himself. He is rushed to the hospital where the Girards are told by the doctors that their son will be alright. But Michele dies soon after from a blood clot. Irene falls into a deep depression, unable to leave her bed for 10 days. It is with the help of her Communist cousin Andrea Casatti (Ettore Giannini) that she begins to deal with her grief. He shows her the "other Rome", a city of the poor and unemployed and Irene begins to feel called to help, much to the chargin of her husband who is more concerned about his reputation than Irene.
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Old 05-17-2017, 07:28 AM   #10122
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Unemployed journalist Jack Brown (Richard Pryor) is attempting to make ends meet as the night janitor in a ritzy department store owned by Louisiana millionaire U.S. Bates (Jackie Gleason). On his annual visit to his father's store, Bates' pampered son, Eric (Scott Schwartz), is told he can choose one item in the toy department. To everyone's horror, he chooses Jack. Paid handsomely to spend one week with the troublesome kid, Jack soon discovers the roots of Eric's bad behavior.
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A now down on his luck actor many years before once known for playing robotic truth eyed British detective Mindhorn (Before believing his own hype and disappearing completely up his own bottom). Finally gets another acting job. Only it`s one where he has to work alongside the actual police playing that very same character. To catch a serial killer who will only speak to Mindhorn, whom he believes to be a real person.



This well observed comedy stars Julian Barratt (The one who came up with all the funny ideas in the Mighty Boosh tv show) and he`s typically terrific in this. Ably supported by a similarly committed cast.



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Old 05-17-2017, 12:40 PM   #10124
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Remake of "Le jouet" Francis Veber.
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This time, the Griswolds visit Las Vegas. Clark immediately goes to the blackjack table and starts blowing all his money, continually encouraged to spend more and more by a taunting dealer, Marty (Wallace Shawn). Ellen Griswold (Beverly D'Angelo) becomes smitten with the lounge singer Wayne Newton (playing himself), who invites her to sing onstage with him. Their son Rusty (Ethan Embry) is incredibly lucky playing dice, and he is virtually adopted by a family of gangsters who see him as their meal ticket. Daughter Audrey (Marisol Nichols) gets hooked up with her wild cousin Vickie (Shae D'Lyn), who takes her to sleazy dance clubs. White-trash cousin Eddie (Randy Quaid), who lives on a former A-bomb test site in the nearby desert, also gets involved with the capers.

Definitely not the best of the series. The film has its moments but overall it's most of the time pretty unfunny. Randy Quaid's great though.

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Default The Courtship of Eddie's Father (1963)

with Glenn Ford, Shirley Jones, and Ronny (Opie Taylor) Howard.
Ford plays a recent widower who's son, Howard, tries to hook him
up with the neighbor lady across the hall, Jones. a feel good movie
sporting a cast of beautiful women. like Jones, Stella Stevens, Dina
Merrill, and a far too brief 5 second appearance by Lee Meriwether.

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Director and master choreographer Yuen Woo-ping spins this brilliant kung-fu-thriller featuring future star Yuen Biao. The film opens with serial killer White Tiger (Yuen Shun-yee) fleeing from the authorities of rural China and hiding in a small town's opera troupe. There he covers his prominent birthmark under a layer of face paint. In that same town lives Mousey (Yuen), a shy lad who scares easily. His best friend Foon (Leung Kar-yan) decides that the only way for Mousey to conquer his timidity is to study kung-fu under Wong Fei-hung (Kwan Tak-hing). Mousey proves to be tepid fighter in spite of Wong's best efforts. Yet after several run-ins with the sociopathic White Tiger, Mousey develops the gumption to stand up to this bloodthirsty bully. This film features some of the most influential and oft copied fight sequences in Hong Kong cinema, including Mousey's rigorous training/laundry detail scene and the film's hallucinatory climax taking place on the stage of a Chinese opera. ~ Jonathan Crow, Rovi
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This is one of the Netflix movies I watched today. The 2016 production of Marvel's Doctor Strange based on the comic book. I used to get the Doctor Strange comic book way back in 1968-1970. It was quite good. This movie though I did not like. Though it was a box office success and won some awards for Special digital Visual effects I thought there was just way too much visual effects. There seemed to be effects throughout the movie. It was an onslaught on my eyes. When a movie has this many visual effects there is little time for character development. I also did not like the actor that played Doctor Strange. It is true that this movie introduces the character and he is quite young, but I remember him as being an older man in the comic book of the late 1960's.
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As with Three Men And A Cradle, the French film is much superior to the American remake.
Princess Bride again. I love that film.
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