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This film borrows the lighthearted music from The Court Jester, the imagination from Walter Mitty, and literally nothing from Samuel L. Jackson. Advertisements
The pellet with the poison’s in the flagon with the dragon; the vessel with the pestle has the brew that is true.
An inspector general generally inspects, that is, they expect him to inspect generally…if they’re expecting an inspector general. But an exceptionally generous inspector general who made an exception and had no inspection would cause suspicion, which in his condition he … Continue reading
Danny Kaye and Louis Armstrong. Need I say more?
Spoiler alert: There is no longboarding in this one.
Two World War II veterans sing, dance, and cross-dress their way to Vermont, where they hook up with two sisters, save a struggling inn, and suffer a small, internal, muscular hemorrhage.