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Very bad 'action' movie considering talent. Story is bad, acting is laughable, and 'action' scenes are played out in slow motion. zzzzz
Debbie Reynolds is adorable as the bayou girl who falls in love with seemingly rich boy Neilsen. One of those movies where the simple country girl touches and teaches everyone she meets. Reynolds' rendition of 'Tammy' in the movie was #1 on Billboard charts for 3 weeks in 1957.
Movie starts slows , gets better and then gets slow again in the middle but Garson and Colman are perfect and pull it off, which makes it a classic. Garson won the Oscar for 'Mrs.Miniver' that year but she should have won for this. Colman was brilliant as always. One of the greats in the annals of 'amnesia' movies.
Terrible story. Raymond is awful. Young is good and Stanwyck is OK. Poorly written. Just hard to watch.
Good movie that slows down in the middle but delivers a good ending. Arkin deserved his Oscar nomination. Not sure it should have garnered a Best Picture nom. although it probably provided some humour and lightness at the height of the Cold War.
DeHavilland is the headliner but has a relatively small role. Frieda Inescort steals the show as her mother (although only 36 at the time). Good story buts strays at times.
Dietrich is good in this dull predictable film. Grant is good too but Marshall frowns through the entire movie.
Dull and predictable. Nothing secret or suspenseful about the 'six'. Wasted cast.
This movie is so far ahead of its' time on many levels. The cinematography and effects are brilliant but the storyline presents something new. The sexual depravity and abuse that Hyde inflicts on Ivy is scandalous for 1931 as is Ivy's lurid attempt to draw Dr. Jekyll to her bed. March is perfect as is Hopkins in an early role that boosts her career.
Bad story, bad writing and bad acting. MacMurray plays the same role he does for ten years ... boring schmuck who looks like Frankenstein without the makeup and gets taken by a woman. Gardner's acting is just as bad, but at least she will improve quickly over a few years.
Hopkins is great. Unfortunately, Davis spends the last hour of the film with the same scowl on her face. Depressing film with 3 minutes of redemption at the end.
This movie is on many lists among of the funniest of all time. Hepburn and Grant are at their comedic best. I just watched it again and the first half of the movie is hilarious but the second half takes 'screwball' too far and drags on. Hepburn could do anything or be anyone in any film. This is a rare film that she could easily be descibed as 'sexy'. As great as Hepburn is, Grant is even better here. Watch him respond to everything she does to him and you'll see the comic genius that is Cary Grant.
The film has a reputation for being racy and scandalous for its era. It may be, but there are many pre-code movies that are far more lewd and suggestive than this. Hopkins is perfect as she goes from spoiled to victim to redemption. Perhaps her finest dramatic performance.
Great story that's far fetched but McGregor acknowledges that right from the beginning which makes it even better. He and Blunt are perfect from start to finish. It's funny and romantic and even a little soulful. Amr Waked is great as the Sheikh with faith and Scott Thomas is wonderful as the despicable political opportunist.
Great whodunit and noire for an hour but slips a bit and drags on for another 30 minutes while everyone knows who the real culprit is. Ball is fantastic and Sanders and Coburn are great in support. Few people ever look beyond Lucille Ball's TV shows in the 50's and 60's to see how stunning she was in the 30's and 40's.
Young is great as the country girl who can do anything and knows everything. Her Oscar was well deserved in this funny love story. Well written with a great supporting cast including Bickford (who was nominated) and Barrymore as the matriarch who is very fond of Katrin.
Great noire that starts slow but pays off in the end. Tierney, in an early role, is brilliant going from savvy socialite to drunken whore (and she's stunning all the while). Munson steals the show in most of her scenes. Mature is the one who keeps this from being a classic. He wears a ridiculous fez and cape for most of the movie, leers at women and has a puzzled look on his face ("why am I wearing this fez and cape ?).
Good story that loses its momentum towards the end. Hodiak is just okay. Tierney is oddly cast as a bleached blonde with an accent (that is anything but Italian). Bendix provides a small bright light.
This 'comedy' may have been the worst Rogers was in. It's dull, the supporting cast is boring and thoroughly unlikable. Rogers' character is miserable for the entire film. The writing is bad and the finish seemed like they ran out of time and just wrapped.
Cookie cutter gangster movie that is average but not memorable. Robinson and Bogart toe to toe ... seems like you've seen it before (you have).