• 电影名称 The Party

  • ——If you've ever been to a wilder party... you're under arrest.
  • 中文名称 狂欢宴
  •  类型  喜剧
  •  国家  美国
  •  语言  英语 / 意大利语 / 俄语 / 法语 / 汉语
  •  时长  1 hr 39 min (99 min)
  • 上映时间 4 April 1968 (USA)
I always find it strange that people think a comedy should have yourolling in your chair… not so! There are movies that one gets a warm,funny feeling inside and that one appreciates the subtleties of theacting and set ups. Often a laugh a minute movie is forgotten quickly,but those movies that ...
This film has to be regarded as a hilarious one-man-act by Peter Sellers.Isaw it on its first run UK cinema release in 1969 and I've seen it atleasta dozen times since. I would gladly watch it another dozen times; italwaysmakes me laugh.The supporting cast perform adequately but Peter Sellers does a...
The Party offers a remarkably skillful blend of humor and critique. I'd liketo offer a somewhat serious but very informal observation of this veryclever, funny movie. We've got a non-Westerner (Hrundi Bakshi, played byPeter Sellers) trying desperately to fit into American culture. We've alsogot a yo...
What can you say about Peter Sellers? From the Goon Show, through theEalingcomedies, the Pink Panther films, up to Being There, he was consistentlybrilliant! Kubrick knew it, Blake Edwards knew it, and this movie does alotto prove it to everyone else.Instead of making his stereotype just a vehicle f...
The movie is still fresh after all these years. It's an homage to theslapstick comedy, an homage to the Laurel & Hardy films, and to Chaplinmovies as well."The party" is the finest achievement of Sellers & Edwards, the film isfar superior to the "Pink Panther" series. Why? The story is absolutelysim...
I'm sorry, but if you don't laugh, until you cry or your sides ache, atsomething, hell, at everything in this movie then you'd better checkyourself for a pulse. The first four or five times I viewed The Party, Idid just that. This is a gut aching, side splitting, fall on the floor,laugh a minute c...
`The Party' is one of the few comedies that I can watch repeatedly and stillenjoy, to a great extent due to the charm of the character Peter Sellerscreates. Hrundi V. Bakshi urgently needs to be appropriate and polite (heabsolutely CANNOT be impolite), but his natural curiosity and unfamiliaritywit...
Blackballed bit-actor in Hollywood is mistakenly invited to a TinselTown party hosted by the same studio chief who wants him dead. Unusualcomedy with little dialogue, lots of terrific visual gags and PeterSellers at his peak (he's very low-keyed here, and immensely charming).Director Blake Edwards l...
When I was working for the Museum of Modern Art, we had a smallretrospective for Blake Edwards, and he selected "The Party" as themovie he wanted to open with: he felt it was his "purest" film comedy.After the opening sequence with the Peter Sellers character wrecking amovie set, the bulk of the fil...
I love this movie!Peter Sellers plays a bumbling Indian movie extra who, after prematurelyblowing up a very expensive fort (which was meant to be destroyed in the bigfinale of the war movie he was cast in), is earmarked for blacklisting so hewill 'never work in movies again'. His name inadvertently ...
The Party begins with a kind of lame parody of Gunga Din's final scene (Iguess you might consider it a SPOILER to Gunga Din, so consider that beforeyou check this one out). Hrundi Bakshi (Sellers) is playing the maincharacter of the new film production Son of Gunga Din, but he's little morethan a s...
What I love about this movie is how it's so thoroughly devoid of plot. Andthat's a good thing. It's perfect as a fun poke at "the establishment" ofthe 60's. Peter Sellers is wonderful, as always. He even manages to play anIndian (not American) without any racist overtones. (Could you say that ofBen ...
I cant believe there is so much positive feedback for this film... didI watch the same film as you guys? I am a HUGE fan of Peter Sellers andI think the guy is genius, but this is far from his finest hour - OKSellers is brilliant in this film, and all the problems of this filmare not his fault, I bl...
The obscurity of "The Party" is amplified by the fact that it is not evenlisted in the filmography section of a Peter Sellers biography I picked upfrom the library. This movie sticks to memory for rousing up some of theheartiest laughs I've ever had. You have to pay attention to what's goingon in ...
Many viewings of this great movie do not dull its comic genius. Ihave had the pleasure to introduce so many people to this movie.Sellers is magnificent. The movie itself pokes fun at the Hollywoodestablishment in a mild way.The famous " Birdie Num Num " is often heard in many forums. Myas introduced...
This one of my favourite Peter Sellers films. But as funny as his character(Hrundi V. Bakshi) is, the drunk waiter and the head waiter are just as"laugh out loud" hilarious. The confrontations between the two waiters aredefinitely some of the funniest scenes in this movie....
Finally, after months of searching, I find a copy of the DVD and I realizehow truly worthwhile this search was! This film is hysterical! I've readthat The Great Race is supposed to be Blake Edwards' tribute to Laurel &Hardy, but Hrundi V. Bakshi is Stan Laurel's hindustani soul mate. ProbablyPeter S...
Why do I never get sick of watching this movie?? I don't really know. I seemto watch it at least once a month. My friends say, "Come on Baddmachine,it's funny but it's not THAT funny." Yeah, well F*** off!Let's see...What do I like about The Party:1. Best Peter Sellers Performance by far. A showcase...
Is there a more iconic comedic prologue than The Party's, with HrundiBakshi (Peter Sellers, priceless), a bumbling actor involuntarily,repeatedly sabotaging some kind of schlocky adventure / period piecefirst by refusing to die, then by showing his wholly anachronisticwatch and finally by blowing up...
It is a little uneven, but if you stick to it you end up liking thiswarm and fuzzy little film, the only Blake Edwards and Peter Sellerscomedy without Chief Inspector Jacques Clousseau. Sellers had played an Indian before. In THE MILLIONAIRESS (1960) he wasan Indian doctor working for the poor in Lo...
Peter Sellers play the part of an Indian actor that has a great abilityin getting into troubles. After ruining a film he is fired, but, due toa mismatch in the data, he is invited to a Hollywood party, whereeveryone seem to be happy, but he knows nobody, which will lead to abunch of funny situations...
It's not every day you encounter a "comedy" that actually makes youlaugh out loud, each time you watch it, and even just thinking aboutit. But that's what The Party does -- at least for me.Perhaps it is too subtle for some viewers, or they just don'tunderstand the art and concept behind the movie. T...
It was well known that Blake Edwards was an enormous Laurel and Hardyfan. You can see it in the Pink Panther films. And no where in his workis that more evident than in The Party. The L & H influences andtouches are everywhere. The running gag of the drunken waiter whospeaks only one or two words in...
When I first saw The Party in the theater in 1968, I broke down cryingfrom laughing so much. Watching it again recently, it has - like allgreat comedies - stood the test of time quite well. A beautifullyunderstated performance by Peter Sellers, playing an aspiring actorfrom India. Also an incredibly...
This was a Peter Sellers one man show. And he had us all eating out ofhis hands.A lot of people complain about his Hindu impressions. (Anyone rememberhis duet with Sophia Loren "Goodness, gracious me?") But this was not afilm to take seriously. Pete's fans will lap this up and beg for more.My one co...
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