A comedy about generational conflict between two parents who do not want to grow old and a seventeen year old daughter who wants to become an adult. During a weekend with some friends in their country house in Tuscany, Marcello and Marina, relieved that the love affair of their teenage daughter Rose with another boy, Luke, is over, prepare to meet their daughter's new boyfriend. The problem is that the two adults, who still feel pretty young, do not know what to expect, and what they are about to discover will leave them speechless ...
Two men in their thirties compete at slaps, a playground game where each player attempts to bring their hands over to slap the backsides of their opponent's hands.
For a second time this film leads us to the village in South Bohemia. We meet again Konopnik family and Skopek family. Venca Konopnik is marrying Blazena Skopek but there is another woman Milada who is very jealous and she is spreading gossips about Venca Konopnik. Those gossips are so powerful that they lead to big fights between Konopnik and Skopek families. You will also see what a progress on milk-yielding-cows-project has been made.
A rich, beautiful couple give birth to deformed alien twins who, when their heads are together, are the smartest kids on the planet.
Tobio Kurosawa (Ryuta Sato), who has been part of a manzai (stand up comedy) duo for ten years, finds himself in trouble after his partner Tamotsu Ishii (Yuji Ayabe) quits due to their declining popularity and mounting debts. Tobio then attempts to drink his problems away, but the next morning finds himself locked up in a detention center. At the detention center Tobio meets tough dreadlocked Ryuhei Onizuka (Yusuke Kamiji) who has an uncanny knack for comedy. Tobio attempts to recruit Ryuhei to become a partner in a new comedy duo. Once on the outside, they start practicing ...
A fun-filled cavalcade of stunts, thrills and classic mayhem by the geniuses from the Golden Age os Silent Film Comedy. Also tells the story of Mack Sennett, the King of Silent Comedy.
Documentary - Actor Eli Wallach narrates this history of early film comedy that examines the vaudevillian roots of slapstick greats such as Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Laurel and Hardy, the Marx Brothers, W.C. Fields, and many more.
In this comedic short, when a waiter accidentally knocks out boxing champ Tiger Dorsey in Slapsie Maxie's restaurant, Maxie arranges a boxing match between the reluctant waiter and the champ.
To build up attendance at their games, the management of a struggling minor-league hockey team signs up the Hanson Brothers, three hard-charging players whose job is to demolish the opposition.
Prat-falls, practical jokes, chases, collisions and custard pies...slapstick is still the ultimate comedy. This uproarious collection brings you the funniest routines by the world's most outrageous performers... ...from a slightly inebriated Lucy Ricardo pitching Vita-Meata-Vegamin to Ernie Kovacs' unforgettable Nairobi Trio, from Carol Burnett's famous Butler & Maid skit to John Belushi's sidesplitting antics at the Samurai Deli, from the Keystone Cops to The Naked Gun, from Laurel & Hardy to Martin and Lewis, from Victor Borge to Sgt. Bilko...plus, some of television's most notorious "ladies"--Milton Berle as Cleopatra, Jonathan Winters as Maude Frickert, Flip Wilson as Geraldine, Dana Carvey as the Churchlady--and more! Here is the best of seven decades of America's favorite slapstick rolled into on glorious hour of non-stop comedy action!
Legendary slapstick comedian Harold Lloyd made audiences roar as a bespectacled everyman who managed to wriggle himself out of many a perilous situation, all the while trying to get the girl. Lloyd's fearless acrobatic skills and agility put him on par with Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin. Watch a true master of physical comedy in this collection of seven Lloyd silent films (many co-starring his wife, Mildred Davis) from the Hal Roach Studios.
A documentary recounting the personal and professional lives of the Three Stooges, including rare footage and interviews with family members.
Harold Lloyd (Safety Last) demonstrates why he is ranked alongside Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton as slapstick cinema's preeminent funnymen. Lloyd is most famous for his aerial acrobatics, dangling from skyscrapers in High and Dizzy and Never Weaken. But his legendary status was earned mostly on the ground, where he crafted the persona of an endearing Everyman, whose pluck and determination rescue him from life's ordinary (and often extraordinary) pitfalls. Whether portraying a pampered socialite (Captain Kidd's Kids), a lowly bellhop (Ring Up the Curtain), Lloyd pursues romance and prosperity at a dizzying pace. His unwavering confidence and optimism - combined with his remarkable speed, agility and impeccable comic timing - made him one of the most beloved figures of the silent era.