Category Archives: K

Danny Kaye in “Knock on Wood” (1953) – reviewed by George

Back to goofiness and cowardice, this is one of Danny’s best films. He plays ventriloquist Jerry Morgan, with a main dummy Clarence, and a supplemental dummy Terence. He also has a bunch of psychological problems, beginning with a fear of … Continue reading

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The Kumars at No. 42 (2001-2002) – reviewed by George

This British comedy series is a delight. The conceit behind it is that the father (Ashwin) of this immigrant Indian family has made good, and now owns several warehouses where he rents out space. Because he has the money and … Continue reading

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Krull (1983) – reviewed by George

KrullĀ is an original, while still reminding you of other fantasy films. It is a quest picture with a mysterious weapon, the glave, as its first object, and then a second quest to storm a fortress and use the glave to … Continue reading

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Kingsman: The Secret Service (2015) – reviewed by George

This is a private secret service, neither a part of MI-5 (the equivalent of the American NSA) nor MI-6 (the equivalent of the CIA). It was founded either by a very upscale haberdashery and its owners, or by the tailors … Continue reading

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