A Thousand and One Nights
On the run after being found sweet-talking the Sultan's daughter, Aladdin comes upon a lamp which, when rubbed, summons up Babs the genie. He uses it to return as a visiting prince asking for the princess's hand. Unfortunately for him, the sultan's wicked twin brother has secretly usurped the throne, someone else is after the lamp for his own ends, and Babs has taken a shine to Aladdin herself and is bent on wrecking his endeavours.
- Stars:Evelyn Keyes, Phil Silvers, Adele Jergens, Cornel Wilde, Dusty Anderson, Dennis Hoey, Philip Van Zandt, Gus Schilling, Nestor Paiva, Rex Ingram, Richard Hale, John Abbott,
- Director:Alfred E. Green,
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A Thousand and One Nights torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Just another teens movie, well, way better than thought already.
(au) wrote: Anything Nick Frost and Simon Pegg star in is AWESOME,and this one even has Seth Rogan Voicing Paul which is great!!! Hope they all do something again real soon!!!!!
(es) wrote: Desperation has a name, and it is Keane.
(ca) wrote: I have just seen Big Eden and I think its one of the best gay movies I have seen so far.Although its a non-existent fairy tale,its warmth,charm and positive feel all stand out in a crowd of often depressive,psychoanalitycal,sadistic visions of a gay world trying to convince the viewer of the unbearable burden within them facing their own and society acceptance. And big bravo for Eric's Schweig and other cast acting.Its so natural,funny and pure. Wish Eric more BIG EDEN opportunities and his fans to watch.
(br) wrote: I thought rated this...but I guess I forgot
(ru) wrote: Rock The Casbah... Rock The Casbah...
(ru) wrote: As I watched this delightful Swedish film, I found myself wondering if the boy, Ingemar was mentally ill, or just starved for attention. But, after a while his personality traits began to endear themselves to me. The film is a bittersweet look at a boy whose mother is dying of what appears to be TB, and winds up being shipped off to an uncle's house. Ingemar soon finds himself fitting in with a group of misfits who populate the town, from the old man downstairs who wants Ingemar to read to him from a lingerie catalog to the tomboy who just wants to play on the town soccer team as long as she can and the boy with the green hair who dreams of space travel. Quirky characters abound, but it is the emotional journey of young Ingemar that drives the film. Lovely touches of humor abound and I found myself chuckling throughout. A beautiful film, given the Criterion Blu-ray treatment. I have yet to watch the extras, but there is an interview with Lasse Hallstrom and an early 52 minute film of his included on the NF copy. Highly recommended!
(it) wrote: They don't seem to make linear scifi adventures like this any more. Mad Max, Starcrash etc - the ones where you just park your brain and enjoy it for what it is. Difficult to find on DVD too - thank you, fiveUS!
(jp) wrote: OMG! A movie where belushi isn't drunk?!? AND HE'S GOOD!?! WOW! Don't let the stupid picture fool you. It's not a screwball comedy..but a romanticish drama with some funny parts (mainly belushi's sarcastic comments on nature) Gotta represent Chi-town...
(kr) wrote: Slow moving but good revenge western starring Steve McQueen.
(ca) wrote: This is a film for connoisseurs of fine acting and a fine storyline. There are some marvellous interactions. Leamas (Burton) and Fiedler (Werner) come to like each other whereas Leamas detests Mundt to the end ("Mundt, he's a bastard") even when he discovers the truth about him.But the stand out relationship is Burton and Bloom (Nan Perry) although you could argue Claire Bloom is too beautiful to play a mousey librarian. When they stand together in the tribunal the fact that they had had a long term off screen relationship seems obvious - no matter how good their acting is.This film deserves mutliple viewing both for the complexity of the plot and the quality of the acting. Oskar Werner excels in the courtroom scene. My favourite scene is the conversation between Control (Cyril Cusack) and Leamas where Control justifies the underhand tactics used by MI6/SIS, prefaced by complaining about how the new secretary makes the tea!
(nl) wrote: Directed by George Sidney (Annie Get Your Gun (1951), Scaramouche (1952) and Bye Bye Birdie (1963)), this is an entertaining and somewhat rather overlong musical, but it does have a few enjoyable moments. It shares DNA with what was to come in On The Town (1949), and it helped make Gene Kelly, then a dancer, bit player and choreographer for MGM, into a star and later director in his own right. US Navy sailors Joe Brady (Kelly) and Clarence Doolittle (Frank Sinatra) are granted 4 days of shore leave. They both have their hearts on seeing girls while on leave, however, they soon come across young boy Donald Martin (Dean Stockwell), who has run away from his aunt Susan (Kathryn Grayson) to go and join the navy. Joe and Clarence take him home, and Clarence falls for Susan, and Joe tries to find a way to get Susan to like Clarence, and one little white lie by Clarence to Susan that he knows music producer and conductor Jos Iturbi (as himself) soon spills out of control, and then Joe finds himself falling for Susan as well. Just so you know, for future reference, this is the one where Kelly dances with Jerry Mouse, in a story he tells. It's an amazing little break from the action, which does drag for the most part, but the dancing sequences and musical numbers are well done though.