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(153) 7.0 72 min 2017

The Gliksmans is a movie starring Jon Jacobs, Bryna Weiss, and Christopher Estrada. An elderly couple will stop at nothing to make it to the bank.

Starring
Christopher Estrada, Cloris Leachman, Jon Jacobs, Bryna Weiss
Genres
Comedy
Director
Michael Skolnick

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Comedy
Director Michael Skolnick
Writer Michael Skolnick, Eden Stelmach
Stars Christopher Estrada, Cloris Leachman, Jon Jacobs, Bryna Weiss
Country USA
Runtime 1H 12M
Description An elderly couple will stop at nothing to make it to the bank.

Top reviews

Friday, 10 Jul 2020 03:25

When you get to see a movie like the Gliksmans and you have already seen it, you know that it's going to be good, but when you actually see it, you'll probably think it's great! You won't like the acting, you won't like the script, you won't like the plot, but it's worth seeing for the gags and the sheer silliness of the movie. There are some really big jokes and you can't take your eyes off of them, but they're funny, and just the right amount of silly to make the movie funny. The Gliksmans is what you'd expect from a movie about a small-town band. Their songs are funny and well-written. They have a group of friends, they're making new music, and they're all having fun. What they don't realize is that they're becoming like the bands they're playing for, and that's what gets them into trouble. What do they do? They try to write songs that have some kind of big "sense" about them, so they could sell the record. And of course, they don't care what people think of their band, but they have to be more popular to get their record deals. But their mistake is thinking they're popular, so they try to win over the "popular crowd." If you're a fan of the band, then you'll like this movie. If you're not a fan of the band, you'll probably think this movie is a funny comedy and not a serious one. It's a classic that's been made many times over, and it's certainly not going to be a boring experience. Overall, it's a movie that's going to be fun to watch, and there's no denying that.
Tuesday, 07 Jul 2020 18:27

I don't want to be too critical of this film. But it really is an odd one. I'm not sure how this film would work on the small screen. I was familiar with the lead actor, Chris Messina, and his work in "The Wedding Planner" and "The Wedding Planner" for the most part, so I didn't think I'd be too offended by him. I'm a fan of comedies, and he's certainly not my favorite. But his performance was surprisingly funny, and I found myself laughing out loud several times. However, the comedy in this movie is not exclusively sexual, and for some reason I found myself laughing more at Messina's roles in "The Naked Gun" and "Barefoot Geniuses." That, and I wasn't sure whether to be uncomfortable or not about a scene with him and an elderly woman. I mean, how can you make a film where people with dementia start yelling and screaming at each other? There's just too much to take in, and the film moves too fast, which is not really a problem, but it gets annoying. I didn't mind the nudity and violence in this movie, but it didn't quite strike the right tone for me. It's not a bad movie, but I think that it's definitely a bit too low-budget for the average moviegoer. Also, I think the main reason I didn't like it as much as I thought it would was the subject matter. I'm sure that this is not really something that would make the Gliksman's rich and successful, and I'm sure that the story is rather predictable. I liked the film more when I knew what it was about. In other words, I was satisfied with it. I think the Gliksman's have no such thing as a typical family. They are so normal that I really didn't know whether to laugh or cry at what happened to them, and the fact that they were eccentric people made it more interesting. I'm glad that this movie is on the small screen because I think it would be a really good film if the Gliksman's were on television.
Saturday, 30 May 2020 21:41

Bud and Suzanne have become a dad-and-daughter team, but in reality, they've been apart since the beginning of the film. They were married in 1980 and divorced in 1983. After an injury and Bud's death, Suzanne decided to take up her dad's business, and they've been doing it in their own way. But after a bout with cancer, the family wants a makeover. In order to do that, they're going to have to move to a new house. Bud, who has been living at home, agrees to help Suzanne remodel the place. But the renovations aren't going well, and they soon find out that the house is more than they bargained for. When they get the house ready for them, the problems arise, and they must get things back on track before it's too late. Bud and Suzanne have become a family again, and they love each other more than ever. But will they be able to keep the family together once they move to their new home? The Gliksmans was a very interesting film. The first half of the film was really great. It's filled with laughs, and most of the cast is great. They all do great in their roles. Their humor was in perfect balance with the comedy of the film. The second half of the film is much darker, and it definitely takes the focus off of the comedy. It's more of a drama than a comedy, and that's what makes it good. It's good to see a movie like this, and it's nice to see a movie where they're not doing the typical romantic comedy with a romantic lead. I love this movie, and it's a nice change from the typical romantic comedies that get released every year. It's a great film, and I would definitely recommend it. It's definitely a film that you shouldn't miss out on. 8/10


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