Lost Moment Reviews

  • Aug 19, 2013

    A moody adaptation which is more dreamlike than surreal despite it being offbeat for a Hollywood studio production.

    A moody adaptation which is more dreamlike than surreal despite it being offbeat for a Hollywood studio production.

  • jay n Super Reviewer
    Oct 27, 2011

    Atmospheric mood piece isn't for all tastes, Susan Hayward herself hated it and called it the Lost Hour and a Half, and while it's no classic it has a very good central performance by Susan as the tormented Tina. Cummings however is miscast, Charles Boyer would have been much better here. Agnes Moorehead is completely unrecognizable under very impressive makeup as the ancient aunt.

    Atmospheric mood piece isn't for all tastes, Susan Hayward herself hated it and called it the Lost Hour and a Half, and while it's no classic it has a very good central performance by Susan as the tormented Tina. Cummings however is miscast, Charles Boyer would have been much better here. Agnes Moorehead is completely unrecognizable under very impressive makeup as the ancient aunt.