Indeed_Movies_#82_Top_Secret!

Welcome to episode #21- #82 Top Secret! (1984) directed by Jim Abrahams, David Zucker and Jerry Zucker

Summary:

In East Germany, the American rock and roll singer Nick Rivers meets Hillary Flammond in a fancy restaurant. Hillary is a member from the resistance and her hope is to rescue her father, the scientist Dr. Paul Flammond, who is imprisoned by the Germans to develop a powerful weapon. Nick is arrested and sent to prison for helping Hillary and he meets Dr. Flammond in his laboratory. Hillary helps him to escape during a show and when he tells that he has met Dr. Flammond in the prison to Hillary, they decide to seek out the resistance leader. When they meet him, they discover that Nigel was Hillary’s first lover. Further, they learn that there is a traitor in the resistance. Who might be the traitor?

Keefe, Chris and Paxton as we look get our SPY gear ready to jump back into a much colder war  than the cold war we already dealt with…and with 20% more Cows.

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Indeed_Movies_#83_Safety_Last!

Welcome to episode #20 – #83 Safety Last! (1923) directed by Fred C. Newmeyer and Sam Taylor

Summary:

In 1922, the country boy Harold says goodbye to his mother and his girlfriend Mildred in the train station and leaves Great Bend expecting to be successful in the big city. Harold promises to Mildred to get married with her as soon as he “make good”. Harold shares a room with his friend “Limpy” Bill and he finally gets a job as salesman in the De Vore Department Store. However, he pawns Bill’s phonograph, buys a lavaliere and writes to Mildred telling that he is a manager of De Vore. One day, Harold sees an old friend from Great Bend that is a policeman and when he meets his friend Bill, he asks Bill to push the policeman over him and make him fall down. However Bill pushes the wrong policeman that chases him, but he escapes climbing up a building. Out of the blue, Mildred is convinced by her mother to visit Harold without previous notice and he pretends to be the manager of De Vore. When Harold overhears the general manager telling that he would give one thousand dollars to to anyone that could promote De Vore attracting people to the department store, he offers five hundred dollars to Bill to climb up the Bolton Building. However things go wrong when the angry policeman decides to check whether the mystery man that will climb up the building is the one who pushed him over on the floor.

Keefe, Chris and Paxton as we look way back to the wonderful years of the silent films, a gem is born and a new generation of people get to enjoy it.

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Indeed_Movies_#84_Waiting_For_Guffman

Welcome to episode #19 – #84 Waiting for Guffman (1996) directed by Christopher Guest

Summary:

A town of Blaine, Missouri is preparing for celebrations of its 150th anniversary. Corky St.Clair, an off-off-off-off-off-Broadway director is putting together an amateur theater show about the town’s history, starring a local dentist, a couple of travel agents, a Dairy Queen waitress, and a car repairman. He invites a Broadway theater critic Mr. Guffman to see the opening night of the show.

Keefe, Chris and Paxton as we look into this heavy star cast, yet box office bomb, and just see what kind of jewel it really is.

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Indeed_Movies_#85_Amarcord

Welcome to episode #18 – #85 Amarcord (1973) directed by Federico Fellini

Summary:

Federico Fellini’s warmly nostalgic memory piece examines daily life in the Italian village of Rimini during the reign of Mussolini, and won the 1974 Academy Award as Best Foreign Film. The film’s greatest asset is its ability to be sweet without being cloying, due in great part to Danilo Donati’s surrealistic art direction and to the frequently bawdy injections of sex and politics by screenwriters Fellini and Tonino Guerra. Fellini clearly has deep affection for the people of this seaside village, warts and all, and communicates it through episodic visual anecdotes which are seen as if through the mists of a favorite dream, playfully scored by Nino Rota and lovingly photographed by Giuseppe Rotunno

Keefe, Chris and Paxton as we shake our heads at this…. creative interpretation of comedy…..I guess..sort of.  Oh GOD let it be over.

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