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Poorly produced. The art direction is phony looking and obviously a set, the lighting is poor, the score is overbearing and the cinematography is only fair. The special effects are rather crude, even for 1963. It is overacted by just about everyone, and Vincent Price is like a drag queen gone bad. It does manage to create some suspense, and there are a few creepy scenes, but not enough to hold your interest for two hours.
Although it is far fetched in many ways, the winning performances of the child stars and the presence of Lauren Bacall make it worthwhile. It?s an interesting plot and a very well meaning film.
Low budget and certainly a bit corny aided immensely by the presence of Robert Alda in the lead role. The dialogue is a bit wooden. The performances are decent, but no one is great. It has some creepy moments, but it?s generally pretty tame.
Good performances, especially from Ellen Burstyn. It?s a good story, a little predictable but very well done. Burstyn pulls it all off though with her warm and well developed character.
The cast alone make this one worth watching. Jean Harlow and Spencer Tracy make a good team, and Harlow is so wonderful in this. Fine story, typical MGM high quality from that era. Well photographed. The story does have some holes in the plot, but it's still a very enjoyable classic. A very young Mickey Rooney is great in a small role
Although it was a tragic thing that happened to Natalee, this television movie portrays her as so innocent, and I just don?t buy that. She certainly had more than her share of alcohol, and she could hardly be described as a sweet virgin. A mistake happened, a bad mistake, but she didn't have to go with those guys, and I believe it was her choice as it was her choice to become intoxicated and flirt. Aruba is a wonderful place, far safer than most places in the world, and the mothers ranting did so much unfair harm to the economy of Aruba. This is a very slanted and unfair account.
Low budget supposed thriller, poorly acted by most but there are a few decent performances. It?s a bit tedious to sit through and it takes a little too long to get going, and once it does it's rather pointless because it's obvious what is going on and who is doing what. It's predictability prevents it from being interesting.
Very ordinary western, and very typical in it?s day. Good color cinematography, but the art direction is fake looking and obvious, not unusual for westerns from the 50?s. There wasn?t much of an effort put forth on period detail either. Fine acting, Angela Lansbury?s presence is a plus.
Pretty silly, and awful, horror monster flick. The monster is so poorly done, it sure doesn?t produce any scares. Poor score, seems more suited to a spaceship kind of film.
Too talky with a few too many unappealing characters. The acting is alright. It seemed long, even at only 81 minutes. I just thought it was too slow moving and not enough happened, I was bored too often. None of the characters really interested me much.
It is slow to get going, but the story is a good one, and the acting is quite well done. A little less of the personal dramatics and more of the action footage would have been a help.