A Song Is Born

A Song Is Born

The story of seven scholars (including Danny Kaye and Benny Goodman) in search of an expert to teach them about swing music. They seem to have found the perfect candidate in winsome nightclub singer Honey Swanson (Virginia Mayo). But Honey's gangster boyfriend doesn't want to give her up.

Gangster's moll Honey Swanson goes into hiding when her boyfriend is under investigation by the police. Where better to hide than a musical research institute staffed entirely by lonely ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Robert L (jp) wrote: Charming documentary about mostly white "animal rescuers" who apparently waited their whole lives to play the evil dog-napping rich fucko from Lassie in a real life movie. Mine gloriously details their triumphs over much poorer (and generally much browner) people who've lost everything else already, and now they get to lose their pets, too. Bwahaahahahaha, because we care so much and we're richer than you, that's why. May cause strokes or stroke-like symptoms, unless you're exactly that kind of creep.

Matthew G (mx) wrote: Loved this movie and everyone how played in it

Miuho K (de) wrote: " When I(TM)m carried awayIn the eye of a hurricaneI have no fear, there(TM)s a certain kind of peace here."

Brandon W (ag) wrote: Jim Mickle's Stake Land is a great vampire movie that shows that vampires can still be creepy. The plot is really nothing new and is more or less a vampire version of The Walking Dead in terms of getting to a destination that the characters need to go in season 4 and 5, but the execution of it is pretty good and it got me interested to see where it's going. It gives enough character development that I want the characters to go through the vampire apocalypse. The effects are good, and the writing from Jim Mickle and Nick Damci is well written. It's well acted, and the atmosphere is effectively creepy. Some of the scares are good, but some of them ended ineffective. As is, Stake Land is probably one of the scariest vampire films I've seen that makes me appreciate Jim Mickle as a director and co-writer.

Appu B (mx) wrote: lacks the power of the prequel.

Daniel H (ru) wrote: Underrated film in my opinion, one of Seth Rogans better comedies.

Navin J (fr) wrote: Horrible movie with even worse dialogue. Absolutely no redeeming qualities. None.

Chol M (br) wrote: its a crazy thrillier, the movie one has to watch before he die..

Christopher D (gb) wrote: Very fun crime thriller. Cat and Mouse game between a criminal trying to take one last revenge before he dies, and a hostage negotiator. Nice to see a crime file where you can actually like all the characters.

Ellen M (mx) wrote: Nobody liked this one for some reason. It's one of my faves.

Jack P (fr) wrote: Well shot, entertaining and charming. A hugely likable low budget action film.

Paul D (fr) wrote: I am a sucker for these kind of movies. I love stories of great teachers bringing out the best in troubled or underprivileged students. While there have been better movies in this genre, this one is still worth your time. It's an older movie, but I still enjoy it.

Frances W (mx) wrote: omg... so damn funny! i expected this movie to be kinda dumb, since it's a typical chickflick. towards the ending was a bit lame... and the fat chick sex made me gag though. watch the credits, fucking hilarious!!

roger t (br) wrote: recommended by littlemissbloodandguts........

Antwan J J (kr) wrote: A pretty good romantic comedy that has a very unique story but is very relatable kudos tto the cast and director

Reaiah S (mx) wrote: The Disappearance had potential to be an emotionally wrecker but sadly glosses over much of the story and leaves you with many unanswered questions.

Ashley H (ru) wrote: Two for the Seesaw is a poignant film. It is about a guy wandering around New York. Robert Mitchum gave an excellent performance. The script is pretty good. Robert Wise did great with directing. I liked this movie but is not one of my favorites.