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MeatballsMeatballs revolves around a camp counselor named Tripper Harrison, the prank pulling, girl seducing, fun lover with a wacky sense of humor, who always tries to help the campers have a good time.Genre: ComedyCountry: InternationalDuration: 94 minQuality: HDRelease: 1979IMDb: 6.2
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Directors of "Meatballs"Ivan ReitmanBirthdate: 27 October 1946, Komárno, Czechoslovakia [now Slovak Republic]
Creators of "Meatballs"Len BlumBirthdate: 1951, Montreal, Québec, CanadaDaniel Goldberg
Critic Reviews of "Meatballs"TIME MagazineOctober 05, 2008
Through it all, Murray smiles and forges ahead, but his big riffs have been edited down to frantic bursts of mugging.VarietyJuly 24, 2007
It's difficult to come up with a more cliche situation for a summer pic than a summer camp, where all the characters and plot turns are readily imaginable. That makes director Ivan Reitman's accomplishment all the more noteworthy.Time OutJune 24, 2006
Camp counsellor Tripper (Murray) is a John Belushi clone whose 'charisma' dominates the film's standard wackiness and sentimental story (of a kid who doesn't fit).Chicago ReaderJuly 28, 2002
A cheerful, if not particularly deft, summer-camp comedy.Common Sense MediaJuly 20, 2012
It's Murray's spontaneity that gives the movie its lifeblood. But Murray also shows an early, rare example of onscreen tenderness.Creative LoafingJuly 13, 2012
The scenes between Murray and Makepeace are nicely handled, and the lack of mean-spiritedness is refreshing.IGN DVDJune 11, 2012
A bit slow and meandering, and unfunny when Bill Murray is not on screen, but Meatballs is worth it for the camp atmosphere and Murray's comic genius.MovieholeApril 19, 2008
It doesn't get any funnier than Meatballs!Ozus' World Movie ReviewsJuly 29, 2007
As easy to handle as drinking lemonade under a shady tree.TV GuideJuly 24, 2007
Bill Murray is the only reason to see this film. His high energy and sensitive acting abilities take this cliche film out of the ordinary and give it the style that did not appear in the script or the direction.Reel Film ReviewsJune 23, 2007
...ultimately just not able to live up to its inexplicable reputation as a minor cult classic.
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