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Description: Stan and Ollie test to sleep in a room-for-rent. Ollie, suffering from a cold, coughs frequently, while Stan snores. Both of them have problem falling asleep because of this. They test to solve their problems, but this effects in total chaos.
Description: The storyline involves Stan and Ollie traveling to the mountains for Ollie to recover from gout. They park their caravan near a cabin of moonshiners; the moonshiners dump their brew in a well, which Stan and Ollie proceed to drink from, thinking that it is healthy mountain water.
Description: Stan and Ollie arrive as fresh inmates at a prison after apparently taking part in a hold-up raid, a raid they say a prison officer they were only watching. The usual mayhem ensues.
Description: Mrs Hardy is annoyed that her husband Oliver seems to spend more time with his mate Stanley than with her. After a furious argument, Mrs Hardy tells that she is through if Ollie goes out with Stan again. Stan suggests that Ollie adopts a baby, which he does. Unfortunately, his wife has left their apartment on returning, and a process server delivers a paper informing Ollie that she is suing him for divorce, naming Stan as correspondent. The men are actually left to look after the infant on their own.
Description: Oliver stands to inherit a huge fortune from his rich Uncle Bernal, with the condition that he be happily married. But when Mrs. Hardy walks out just before Uncle Bernal is due for a visit, Stanley is pressed into duty (and into drag) to impersonate Oliver's loving spouse.
Description: Stan & Ollie have set up their own electrical repair store. Unfortunately, for them, the grocery shop opposite is run by the boy and wife they encountered in Them Thar Hills (1935). Stan & Ollie go and visit, to offer the hand of friendship, but the grocer becomes convinced that Ollie is trying to seduce his wife.
Description: A year prior to the first scene, Stan married Ollie's sister (played by Ollie), and Ollie married Stan's sister (played by Stan) in a double wedding. They all live together and Stan and Ollie work in the same office.
Description: Stan is a sailor whose woman gets kidnapped by a rough sea captain. Stan dresses in drag and seduces the captain but the captain's wife catches him. Stan and his woman beat a hasty retreat as the captain's wife fires off a parting shot.
Description: Oliver's in problem with his wife after missing a payment on their furniture, having given the cash to Stanley, who used it instead to pay Mrs. Hardy for his room and board. At Stan's recommendation Ollie then withdraws the couple's savings from the bank to pay for the furniture and inadvertently pays virtually the entire amount at an auction for a grandfather clock which is later crushed under a passing truck. Mrs Hardy then unintentionally causes serious injuries to Ollie requiring him to be rushed to hospital for a blood transfusion. The doctor conscripts Stan to be the unwilling blood donor. Issues occur with the transfusion and when Stan and Ollie leave the hospital they appear to have morphed into every other.
Description: Stable hands Stan and Ollie are tending a thoroughbred called "Blue Boy." But when they overhear two boys talking about a $5000 reward for the return of the stolen "Blue Boy," they miss the part about it being the painting, not the horse. They take the horse to the owner's house to claim the reward. The owner instructs them to place "Blue Boy" on the piano and Ollie explains, "these millionaires are peculiar."
Description: Stanley and Oliver, two sailors on shore leave, rent a vehicle and go on a drive with their dates, but later receive involved in a large traffic jam with variety of ill-tempered motorists. A minor collision sets off an escalating series of retaliations. This movie is recognized as one of Laurel and Hardy's greatest.
Description: Ollie's house is a mess after a wild party from the previous night. Ollie receives a telegram from his wife (who is on holiday in Chicago), which says him that she is returning home in the afternoon. Fearing his wife's wrath he calls Stan over to support him clean up. Things go downhill and they create more mess not less.
Description: Notable for being Laurel and Hardy's first sound movie (hence the title, drawn from the famous cliché "Unaccustomed as we are to public speaking ..."). The soundtrack was lost for fifty years until it was traced on disc in the late 1970s. This is the first movie in which Hardy tells to Laurel, "Why don't you do something to support me!" which instantly became a catch-phrase, repeated in numerous subsequent films. Also heard for the first time is Stan's distinctive, high-pitched whimper of distress. The plot of "Unaccustomed As We Are" was expanded into a full-length feature, Block-Heads, in 1938.
Description: Titus Tillsbury is a successful businessman who is visited by a blackmailing old flame. He enlists a mate (Stan) to hold her away from his home and wife. This movie was soon remade almost stage for stage as the three-reel talkie Chickens Come Home (1931).
Description: Christopher Titus is one of the most intense comics alive. Just hearing him perform stand up gets you pumped and ready to give the entire globe the middle finger, and The Fifth Anniversary End of The Globe Tour is no exception. Titus again delivers on the angry, clever humor that makes him one of the greatest comedians to listen to.
Description: Stan & Ollie attempt to fool their wives by sneaking out to a poker game, but instead receive involved with two flirty ladies, one of whom is the girlfriend of a jealous boxer.
Description: A young girl living in L.A. goes back to her family's homestead method up in the mountains for a family reunion. At first place off by her relatives' hillbilly ways, she later decides to allow her hair down and join in the fun. Before she leaves she invites them all to stop by her zone in Los Angeles if they're ever in the area. They later are, and they do.
Description: Sally runs a android "pirate" radio station--which she operates from her van--where, in her sexy and sultry voice, she encourages her listeners (mostly teenagers) to test the melody she plays "to ball by". She also takes calls from her listeners and even offers herself as a prize in a contest. Her present is so famous it winds up "turning on" huge numbers of the local population. The authorities, of course, can't let that to happen, so they send out the cops to search her and shut her down.
Description: A bankrupt studio schemes the government to finance a sexploitation mermaids film. Casting couches thus join the already exploitive studio. Meanwhile, the Secretary of State arranges an affair with the studio head's buxom wife Henrietta.
Description: Four college seniors launch a bogus sex clinic, which unexpectedly mushrooms into a multi-million dollar business. Featuring a young Dennis Quaid in one of his earliest roles and Alan Reed (the original voice of Fred Flintstone) in his final movie appearance.
Description: In this San Francisco-shot comedy/drama, Glenn Ford stars as a WWII vet who’s returned to the town seeking vengeance on the gangsters who stole his nightclub and murdered his partner. Joe Miracle hides from the heat in a homeless shelter run by angelic (but still sexy) Evelyn Keyes.
Description: A professor accidentally creates a pill that essentially makes him Superman. Later everybody, from a soccer squad to a gang boss, wants those pills and the intelligent complications compound until it's up to a fast-thinking "Super Girl" to save the day.
Description: Shirley has necessary news for her family, but she has five grown kids with various lifestyles and finds it hard to receive them and the children all together. So in steps Madea, the Matriarch General, to place the family's life in perspective with a hilarious twist on financial difficulties, drugs and, most important, family secrets. The next generation has a lot to learn. In her own way, Madea expresses how deliverance won't change you to be someone else, but will let you to be who you really are.
Description: Pekka (Martti Suosalo) saapuu pitkästä aikaa kotiseudulleen pieneen Jerusalemin kylään juhlistamaan kylän viimeisiä häitä. Hänen oma avioliittonsa näyttää ajautuneen umpikujaan. Kylän väki kokoontuu valmistelemaan tätä viimeistä tapahtumaa, ja yhteen kesäiseen vuorokauteen tuntuu tiivistyvän koko ihmiselon katkeransuloinen kirjo iloineen ja suruineen. Maaseudun kuvaus on nostalgista ja herkkää, ja tarinan dialogi osuvaa. Markku Pölönen on käsikirjoittanut ja ohjannut tämän Heikki Turusen kirjaan perustuvan elokuvan joutsenlauluksi elämänmuodolle joka loppui 70-luvun maaltamuuton myötä.
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This is not a biting Hollywood satire, and I'm sure there were some missed occasions to poke fun at the biz. But as long as that's not what you're expecting, you could have lots of fun.I'm an avid Billy Crystal fan, and though he's not the star of the film, I was really looking forward to this movie--being that he also co-wrote the script. There are some trademark zingers you'd anticipate from the Oscar's favourite MC: "Sixty pounds? That's a Backstreet Boy." The cast is superb. Hank Azaria, like always, steals the show. He is absolutely hilarious as Catherine Zeta-Jones' fresh Spanish lover. There is a nice stage near the end where he gets outraged at a rumor of his inadequate "size." Just like his role as the flamboyant butler in "The Birdcage" he brings out variety of laughs, taking on a phony accent. He really is a boy of extraordinary talent. John Cusack shows us his more...goofy side. I've everytime enjoyed him in past movies, but he usually plays the straight man. This was something different. Well, I guess you can tell he plays the straight man, but he stumbles into all sorts of slapstick cases that causes him to overreact in comic fashions. And he's nice at it! Julia Roberts is...well...Julia Roberts. I have nothing vs Julia, but I don't patronize her in the same method others do. I don't think she's the most pretty girl and I don't think she's the most brilliant actress. But I'm sure many were looking forward to this film because of Julia, and if you're one of those people, you won't be disappointed. Catherine Zeta-Jones is extremely beautiful, but she is so nice as the whiny, bitchy ex-wife of Cusack/spoiled actress that I wanted to stab her each moment she was on screen. Alan Arkin is funny as the pretentious, preposterous spiritual healer. There is a nice deleted stage with him and Cusack over the phone, while Arkin rides the roads of Vegas in a pink convertible. Those renting the DVD--don't skip the deleted scenes! And last but not least, Christopher Walken (Da Man!) has a brief but memorable appearance as reclusive director Hal Wideman.Don't expect any surprises. The story's as predictable as can be. The entire film is superficial fluff. But it's enjoyable superficial fluff. If you just wish to kick back, have some nice laughs, without having to slay any brain cells--curl up on the couch with your boy or girl and watch "America's Sweethearts."My score: 7 (out of 10)
Gwen (Catherine Zeta Jones) and Eddie (John Cusack) are America's favorite sweetheart couple, but since breaking up Eddie has had a breakdown and Gwen's career is floundering. Their recent film is shortly due for release and their press agent Lee (Billy Crystal) with the support of Gwen's sister Kiki (Julie Roberts) have to receive them back together and promote the movie.Written and produced by Billy Crystal 'America's Sweethearts' is a nice giggle, and has some fine performances from Cusack, Crystal, Roberts and Jones (Although Catherine Zeta Jones's performance as a press hungry b*tch, is maybe a tiny too believable). For me though the ending makes the movie, its not entirely what your expecting and Christopher Walken, supports to bring the closing scenes to life, with his patented brand of acting genius.Worth a watch 7/10
When I saw this film in the theater, I left a bit disappointed, which is difficult to tell because I love Julia Roberts. For some reason, it just did not click. However, when it came out on video, I watched it again and I laughed so difficult I couldn't trust it was the same movie. It just worked so much better at home on the tiny screen. So my tip to anyone who saw it in the theater and was not struck by it, test it again as a rental and you may be surprised. And of course, if you haven't seen it, I do suggest it, for it is a fun film and is now quite entertaining, especially if you like the stars, which most folks do.
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