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Eating Raoul 1982 123movies

Eating Raoul 1982 123movies

A tasty comedy of bad manners.Mar. 24, 198287 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – When a Paul enters his apartment to find Mary fighting off a swinger who has gotten into the wrong apartement (and thinks that Mary is just playing hard to get) he hits the man with a frying pan, killing him. Their dreams of running a small resturant seem to be in jeopardy until they decide to dispose of the body, keep the wallet, and to advertise for other sexually oriented visitors who are summarily killed, bagged, robbed and disposed of. This goes along quite well until one night a burglar named Raoul breaks in and cuts himself in for a piece of the action.
Plot: A relatively boring Los Angeles couple discover a bizarre, if not murderous way to get funding for opening a restaurant.
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Gives you the munchies!
Paul Bartel’s ultra-low budgeted quickie is still one of the best black comedies ever made, even though I found it less funny than when I first saw it, approximately ten years ago now. Then again, it was my very first “politically incorrect” comedy and I’ve seen many others since This is a very charming film and the reasons why it works so well especially are the overly eccentric characters and the straight-faced acting performances of the talented B-cast. Writer/director Bartel and his favorite B-movie muse Mary Woronov star as an uptight and exaggeratedly square couple, the Blands, who’re social outcasts in the wild L.A. region. Paul and Mary dream of opening their own little restaurant in the countryside but they have trouble financing it, while so many “swingers” waste their money on parties and bizarre sexual fetishes. After a first – and accidental – homicide, Paul and Mary find out that they could make easy money by luring more perverts to their apartment and kill them. The situation gets more complicated when Latino-crook Raoul discovers what the couple is doing. There aren’t any special effects or gore and the set pieces aren’t at all spectacular and yet this little gem is entertaining from start to finish! Especially the first half (when you make acquaintance with the bizarre Blands) is terrific, with brilliant dialogues and offensive – yet very clever – black humor. It’s obvious that Paul Bartel was an acolyte of the all-mighty Roger Corman, since he manages to deliver a fun movie without a large budget being required. The gags are simple – often not more than the sound of a frying pan hitting a human head – but it works and the atmosphere is so tongue-in-cheek that you can’t but love what you see. I do wish that the film had been a little longer, especially since the ending comes so abrupt! “Eating Raoul” also contains many interesting trivia aspects, like for example the name of the co-writer, Richard Blackburn. Especially when you’re familiar with Blackburn’s other (and only) film “Lemora: a Child’s tale of the Supernatural”, this screenplay is a giant change in style. The supportive cast is marvelous as well, with the dazzling Susan Staiger as “Doris the Dominatrix” and Ed Begley Jr. as a pot-smoking hippie! Good fun!
Review By: Coventry Rating: 7 Date: 2005-06-30
So bad… and yet so brilliant!
I can only think that whoever made ‘Eating Raoul’ knew that this piece was never destined for mainstream appeal and that if it was ever going to be successful, then it was going to be with a ‘cult following.’ I’ve only just watched it. And I loved it. And now I find myself reviewing it I actually find it quite a hard story to sell to people to explain just how good it really is.

It’s about a couple of swingers. Well, sort of. They don’t just ‘share’ each other, but instead lure unsuspecting victims to have their heads battered in with a well-placed blow from a frying pan and then relieving them of their wallets. I guess you could say that, as viewers, it’s probably a bit hard to ‘relate’ to such protagonists, but – trust me – just go with it.

Because it’s such a cult-type film, there’s no budget to speak of. No special effects, no fancy editing or direction and definitely no actors who you’ll ever heard of (unless you’re a fan of TV’s ‘Star Trek: Voyager,’ but we’ll get to that later. However, what it lacks in, well, pretty much everything you’d associate with a ‘good’ film, it more than makes up with simple (yet kind of clever, in a strange way) gags and a killer (sometimes literally!) script which contains lashings (again, pun intended) of black humour.

I’m guessing you won’t have seen the main couple of actors in anything else (based on only the fact that I haven’t – feel free to correct me if they’ve had any major roles that I’ve missed!). ‘Paul’ and ‘Mary Bland’ are played by the not entirely differently-named Paul Bartel and Mary Woronov. Hopefully, I’m not being too cruel when I say that Paul Bartel is hardly the eighties equivalent of Brad Pitt. He reminded me more of that council official from the original ‘Ghostbusters’ who was constantly trying to shut them down and then got drenched in white marshmallow. He’s definitely not what you’d think of when you’re thinking of a ‘leading’ man, especially as he’s married to quite an unconventionally (again, hope that’s not too cruel!) attractive lady. On first appearances you may describe them as the proverbial ‘odd couple’ and yet as you watch them interact, somehow they seem meant for each other.

The only notable actor you may stand a chance of knowing is ‘Star Trek: Voyager’s’ Robert Beltran as the titular ‘Raoul,’ who learns of their plans and decides that he wants in on the scheme (in more ways that one).

While I was watching the film, all I could think of was the word ‘farce.’ I’ve always been a fan of those silly (and quite often sexy), bawdy British comedies such as the ‘Carry On…’ franchise and, slightly more recently, ‘Fierce Creatures’ (and I don’t care what the majority thought of that one – I really liked it!). It’s not often (again, to my knowledge) that Hollywood goes in for that kind of genre, however ‘Eating Raoul’ felt to me like it belonged in some weird ‘shared universe’ with the ‘Carry On…’ films.

If you like your comedies dark and filled with sexual humour/reference, plus you don’t mind something with a budget that’s about on a par with the cost of your lunch, then you should definitely give this one a go. It’s attained its cult status for a reason.

Review By: bowmanblue Rating: 8 Date: 2019-03-04

Other Information:

Original Title Eating Raoul
Release Date 1982-03-24
Release Year 1982

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min), 1 hr 27 min (87 min) (Spain), 1 hr 23 min (83 min) (DVD)
Budget 350000
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Comedy, Crime
Director Paul Bartel
Writer Paul Bartel, Richard Blackburn
Actors Mary Woronov, Paul Bartel, Robert Beltran
Country United States
Awards 2 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arriflex 35 IIA
Laboratory Metrocolor, Hollywood (CA), USA (prints), Pacific Film Laboratories, Los Angeles (CA), USA (color)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Eating Raoul 1982 123movies
Eating Raoul 1982 123movies
Eating Raoul 1982 123movies
Eating Raoul 1982 123movies
Eating Raoul 1982 123movies
Original title Eating Raoul
TMDb Rating 6.5 83 votes

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