Two Weeks in Another Town (1962)
Average Rating: 6.1/10
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Release Date: Jan 1, 1962 Wide
Average Rating: 3.4/5
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One of Hollywood's great directors, Vincente Minnelli, turns a jaundiced eye towards the film industry in this drama about the inner workings of the movie business. Jack Andrus (Kirk Douglas) is an actor whose career has gone into a tailspin along with his personal life; after a severe bout with alcoholism, a messy break-up with his wife, a life-threatening auto accident, and a nervous breakdown, Andrus has spent three years in a private mental hospital in Connecticut. Andrus is approached by
Jan 1, 1962 Wide
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shows the industry in that transition, and in that respect, it's fascinating to watch
Both intimate and outsized, it's a strange product of the era, a Hollywood white elephant of a movie straddling self-awareness and self-parody ...
The culmination of a great career filled with glorious images and deeply-felt emotions.
Strange, uneven - but stylistically inventive melodrama about movie making.
A passable sequel to Minnelli's 1952 Hollywood melodrama The Bad and Beautiful, and while Kirk Douglas and Edward G. Robinson give expert performances, Cyd Charisse is miscast.
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