The daughter of a wealthy businessman has disappeared in Mexico, and all the efforts to find her have been unsuccessful. A psychologist, knowing that the girl has an ultra bad luck, ... See full summary »
A man with an important business meeting finds himself having to take care of the carpool for the neighborhood school children when his wife gets sick. Stopping to get donuts for the kids, ... See full summary »
A family in Chicago inherits the yacht formerly owned by Clark Gable. They decide to sail it from the island of Ste. Pomme de Terre to Miami, and they sail with the assistance of Captain ... See full summary »
When police discover that a mob hitman has moved in next door to the Robbersons, they want to find out what he is up to. So they set up a stakeout in the Robbersons' home. Hard-nosed, ... See full summary »
Rebel without a cause or a clue at an elite but uptight High School discovers some of his classmates have formed an even more elite clique more or less hell-bent on ridding the school, and ... See full summary »
J. Eddie Peck,
On his first day after being released from jail for 14 armed bank robberies, Lucas finds himself caught up in someone else's robbery. Perry has decided to hold up the local bank to raise ... See full summary »
Sarah Rowland Doroff
A semi-documentary dramatization of five weeks in the life of Vice Admiral William F. "Bull" Halsey, Jr., from his assignment to command the U.S. naval operations in the South Pacific to the Allied victory at Guadalcanal.
In this dark comedy, a mischievous ten-year-old boy named Clifford is sent to his Uncle Martin's for the weekend to get out of his father's hair. It turns out he has a dying obsession to go to Dinosaur World, a theme park near Martin's house and nothing will get in his way to get there. Written by
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The writers, Will Aldis and Steven Kampmann were so ashamed of the finished product that they used pseudonyms for their credits, Jay Dee Rock and Bobby von Hayes, respectively. See more »
Martin's answering machine message says "...I've got a bomb under City Hall." When Clifford was recording their talk, Martin never said "under". If that was in the answering machine message originally, there is no way that Clifford could have known the exact moment Martin would say "under" or "number" which sounds like "under". Furthermore, the "I got a bomb" could not have been the length from "Hello, this is Martin Daniels. I'm not here right now..." until "under". See more »
You're a phony! Believe me, I can spot a phony a mile away.
Excuse me, Honey, have you seen a gray Collie dog around here?
No, Ma'am, I haven't.
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This movie is definitely one in a million. I remember watching this movie when I was a small boy back in the mid 90's. I was only five or six years old but I loved this movie and continue to love to this day. There is something about this movie that really appeals to the type of humor and comedy that only a few people understand and enjoy. I am lucky to be one of those people. This movie has been called one of the worst films ever made. However I believe that it is only called this because it is a movie that is different. It possesses charm and crazy demonic humor all at the same time. If you get a chance to see this film I would definitely recommend it.
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