Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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A leering, uncertain, embarrassing, protracted little comedy-neatly divided into television inter-commercial periods, each terminated by an abysmal, inevitable joke-quite anti sex and pro compulsive procreation.
It's a little bit of a stretch to accept 57-year-old Ball and 63-year-old Fonda as fertile parents, but they still make for believable parents once you get over the initial shock.
Forget that awful 2005 version starring Dennis Quaid and Rene Russo. For the real deal, check out the delightful 1968 original.
The movie's far-from-engrossing atmosphere is compounded by its excessively deliberate pace...
The too cutesy story is almost saved by stars Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda, who are perfect as the mature awkward seekers of a second love.
At one point the (pig) swallows a mobile phone -- why couldn't it have eaten the movie's master print?
É impossível não gostar desta imensa família e seus problemas tão atípicos.
Out of date, out of touch, out of inspiration.
It's a good 60's movie...Lucy, as always, is enjoyable.
It was a sweet mix of Cheaper by the Dozen and the Brady Bunch.
Entertaining movie. Unbelievable that this is based on a real couple. It's truly captivating as well as humorous in the daily life of this huge family.
Another case, folks, where remakes should be considered for eight or nine years before studios decide to do them. Sticking to the original is almost always a good decision. This one is gold.
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