Ralph Breaks the Internet
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If you could be sure that it was meant to be funny, you could relax and enjoy it thoroughly.
A beaut of a Technicolored mistake from beginning to end.
As a self-described "front row performer," Cave is at home in this unusual film, backstroking in the ornate aquarium that Forsythe and Pollard have constructed for him.
Mordant film noir, shot in a snazzy Technicolor.
A star-studded cast regrettably cannot overcome the shortcomings of Robert Rossen's script.
It could easily have been a horrible jumble, but in fact it's compulsively watchable.
Richly color saturated noir that Mary Astor walks off with even though she's a supporting character. You can tell this was made early in Lancaster's career considering his part is so small. Lizabeth's car is drool worthy. Solid drama.
well this is just a hoot IF u can find it. it's a completely oddball technicolor noir with a very strong gay subtext, completely subverting the hayes code of the period. as a friend of mine put it, it's as if tennessee williams wrote a western. lizabeth scott looks amazing but mary astor steals the film. also this was technically burt lancaster's debut, altho it was held back from release for nearly a year. filmed in central arizona's verde valley where things haven't really changed much
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