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This was a nice, easygoing film about the Trapp Family Singers. Being a huge fan of The Sound of Music, I'm a little biased. Honestly, If you've heard of this film or are considering watching it, it's probably because you already know and love the story. This was the first adaptation of Maria von Trapp's novel, and plays out similarly to the 1965 film. The main difference is that this film includes the family's time in America as well. If you're a fan of The Sound of Music, then you'll enjoy watching this adaptation of the story.
Possibly the cutest movie I have ever seen! One of the best things about watching old movies is finding the lost gems that are even better than most mainstream films.Janet Leigh starts a whirlwind romance with Robert Mitchum, despite already having a boyfriend. The single mother's relationship with her son will just melt your heart. This is the only time I've seen Janet Leigh play a mother, which she does beautifully. I'm so glad I found this movie!
Cute movie from the late 60's with great cast and lots of subtle humor. Definitely could have been done in under two hours, though. Side story about white slavery is kind of weird, but overall this movie is underrated, as it seems not many people have heard of it.
Pretty good by TV movie standards. Gripping and raw plot that is, unfortunately, relatable for some people. The biggest draw is definitely seeing Bette Davis and James Stewart play an elderly married couple. They plan on killing themselves after Davis' character is diagnosed with cancer. The film deals with their daughter, played by Melinda Dillon, trying to come to terms with their decision, while having a strained relationship with her mother. Well-acted, though a little dramatic at times. Watching 74 year old Jimmy Stewart was definitely the highlight of my week. Watch if you're a big fan of the stars, which is most likely the only reason you've ever heard of this movie.
It seems to be the unpopular opinion, but I actually liked this better than Murder on the Orient Express. Something about Orient Express just felt stuffy and closed off, and I didn't feel like I could "play along" the way I could with this one. Although the beginning seemed to drag a little, Once they got into the investigation it was very intriguing and fun to follow. Peter Ustinov does a great Poirot, and even though it's about a murder it still feels light and fun. Bette Davis and Angela Lansbury, among others, give great performances in this thrilling mystery film.