The Little Shop of Horrors
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This version is about the bumbling Seymour who was almost out the door by his boss, Mr. Mushnick, for his incompetence. Seymour finds an unusual plant and Mushnick told Seymour if the plant turns out to be ok and fed, Seymour gets to stay at his job. Seymour names this plant, Audrey Jr., after his coworker, Audrey, who he loves. Before long, Seymour finds out that this plants wants nothing other than blood and human flesh...and ends up bringing dead people to the plant that were accidently killed. The cops were trying to find out what happened to the missing people (they were already eaten by the plant), and Mr. Mushnick stumbled on Seymour's secret. Mr. Mushnick offered a robber in the shop to the plant to save his life. The cops find out that Seymour is the one who killed the people when the pods of the plant opened up, showing the faces of those that were eaten, and there was a junkyard chase after Seymour. When Seymour goes back to the shop, he was mad at the plant, and intending to cut the weeds to kill it, he jumped in and the plant ate him. When the others came back to the shop, they found Seymour's face in one of the pods, then the movie ends.
There are some funny parts, and some silliness in other scenes (like the tramp that Seymour ran into, and their conversation is humorous!), plus you can find a young Jack Nicholson as the pain-loving dental patient.
This movie reminds me a little bit of the 1920s or 1930s films by the way some of the acting and the grainy image has portrayed in this 1960 movie, but overall, it is a good movie to watch.
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Although slightly creative, this a cheesy Roger Corman B-movie. Pure schlock cult movie.Published 26 days ago by Tom Durkin
Forerunner for Newest Musical Little Shop of Horrors... starring Jack Nicholson in an early film debut!!!Published 1 month ago by A Roger Zelazny Fan
This movie is from 1960....Well, what can you expect....Its before the Beatles....Jack Nicholson got a really small part on the movie..... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Fluminense Rio
This was not the 80's version even though the cover had the 80's version cover. Nor did it play on my dvd player. I threw it away. A waste of money.Published 3 months ago by Fran DeSantiago