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Garfield was a bit de trop, Parker and Henreid a bit sticky, but the other actors and their characters were fine.
An existential film about life, death and judgement. Thought provoking and melodramatic.
Amazing film. I wish they would make more films like this now. Real characterisation and a plot/story to tell.
Top form film rendering of classic play OUTWARD BOUND (originally made as a movie under that title in 1930). Cast is in fine shape and the performances are nothing short of riveting.
I really enjoyed this movie and the unique personalities of the cast members. Edwin Gwenn (aka "Scrubby") was such a sweetheart in this film. The only problem I had with this flick was that it's one of those that plays continual background music throughout the entire movie.. :p Other than that, it was enjoyable!
Fascinating in its fanciful treatment of death, and response to its spiritual enchantment may be expected from this picture.
Moody fantasy with a terrific cast of characters and character actors all doing excellent work. The weakest link is Henreid but the rest of the players are given individual moments to shine and he doesn't hurt the picture much. Greenstreet, Edmund Gwenn, Sara Allgood and Garfield all stand out but everybody is good and create identifiable people with all their strengths and failings.
"Another" final voyage--Hypnotic in a corny way!!
A bizarre cinematic relic about a group of passengers on a cruise to eternity who have to be judged by Sydney Greenstreet to determine their fates. Edmund Gwenn (Santa Claus from Miracle on 34th St) is the steward on this twisted voyage. Truly weird.
Thursday, February 10, 2011
(1944) Between Two Worlds
Idea taken from a film made in 1930 called "Outward Bound" which involves several people who were caught in an unfortanate bom explosion, only to wake up again on a cruise! Lacks suspense replacing it with general humanity!
2.5 out of 4