A Woman Deceived
It’s been one year since Elizabeth’s husband, Bill, died in a tragic horseback riding accident and she is starting to move on. When she runs into Travis Brown, the cowboy she met the same weekend Bill died, the two immediately hit it off. Travis is just what Elizabeth needed to come into her life and they soon get married. When new evidence surfaces implying that Bill’s death wasn’t an accident, Elizabeth must find a way to protect herself and her son from the man she married.
A young widow meets by chance and falls in love with a man that organized the event where her husband was killed 1 year ago. When new evidence surfaces implying that his death wasn’t an accident, she must find a way to protect herself and her son from the man. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: This is much more than a slapstick comedy. There is some depth of character and insights into how government offices work, even in the face of debilitating bureaucracy. The foreign affairs minister gets extra points for passion and conviction.
(mx) wrote: As far as conspiracy theories go, this one is dark! Fun to watch at times, but other times it isn't. Whether you believe it or not, it will make you question your view on the world.
(au) wrote: Not a big movie, but it was funny to see:)!
(au) wrote: This film moved me in a way that other Ghibli Films didn't. The first few minutes are spectacular and stunning. Sosuke is great character and has depth to him, and I can relate to him in a lot of ways, while Lily is angry, hardy, but you see that she's a wonderful person that keeps here sad emotions bottled up inside, and the elders really open up at the end. This is the most well-done Studio Ghibli film I have ever seen, and I think that anybody who says it's a rip-off of Finding Nemo, this is much better than that. Anybody who hears about this needs to watch it.
(ru) wrote: Original was better.
(us) wrote: Robert Siodmak, a German emigre who later directed a lot of great films noir, helmed this entry in Universal's series of monster films. As you would expect, he drapes the film in shadows and there are a few genuinely creepy scenes (Dracula glides across a pond, his bride sits up dead in her bed). But this is still a B picture and Lon Chaney Jr., better known as the Wolf Man, makes for a less than urbane Count (but fortunately the script doesn't require him too talk much). As these things go, this is much less campy than later entries would be (Siodmak plays it straight) and it actually ends up being coherent -- but if Dracula can't be hurt by bullets, why should fire hurt him?
(kr) wrote: "Strange Cargo" has all of the trappings of an exotic 1930s adventure film: a fog machine, sound effects in the jungle that don't make sense, quicksand, long-grown facial hair, ripped clothes, accents that range from not trying at all to over-the-top, and even a shark attack. While the film isn't aslight in the head as the Tarzan films that starred Johnny Weissmuller, "Strange Cargo" isn't that great either, either because there isn't enough action or because it's too long. Joan Crawford and Clark Gable, in their eighth and last pairing together, barely manage to save the film from utter failure. This time around, Gable plays Andr Verne, a prisoner that is completely desperate to get out of his water-locked jail. So when one of his fellow prisoners (Albert Dekker) devises a sure-to-be-flawless scheme to break out, Verne takes the risk, along with seven other jailbirds. They plan to take a sailboat as soon as they get to shore, and ride into the mainland. Verne brings along his new girlfriend Julie (Crawford), a woman who arrived on the island as a lounge singer but quickly was fired after her relationship with him was discovered. As the plan is put into action, the prisoners end up having a hard time, as the trip begins with a long journey through the jungle, with little food and water. When they actually to get to their boat, things begin messily, and completely cynically. But everything begins to change when one of the fellow passengers begins to resemble a saint-like figure. The film's biggest problem is with its fascination with religion, and while moments certainly cram it down our throats, most of the time it leaves us more confused than anything. "Strange Cargo" tries to convince us that the wise Cambreau (Ian Hunter) is God or at least God-like, and that the characters find redemption through him. But as a supposedadventurefilm, this side-plot basically ruins everything. As dramatic as it sounds, it's not an exaggeration. Everything starts out excellently: Crawford and Gable automatically sizzle the film with their slick chemistry, the dialogue is quick-witted, and the steamy setting is enticing. But once the main set of characters land on the boat to escape, everything goes downhill. The plot almost ceases to move -- most films in the similar category would at least have the police hot on their tale or even a hurricane -- but "Strange Cargo"instead focuses on its characters, all of whom are too unlikable (except for Crawford and Gable, although Gable pushes it) to truly create interest. Once the religious angle is introduced, the eye-rolls begin. It's surprising how fast something can go completely wrong. And it's sad. Crawford and Gable are fantastic together on screen. She, so glamorous and refined, is easily sexy, while he is grizzled, smart-alecky, and tough as nails. They make for a great contrast, and it's not hard to imagine them as a romantic couple. While there are moments in "Strange Cargo" where this quality is shown off, there isn't nearly enough. It's a shame that Crawford and Gable had to go out like this, because they've done so much better. Had it looked anything like 1935's "China Seas," which saw Jean Harlow asthe female lead, it would have been a rollicking adventure, and a complete grand finale. Too bad it didn't turn out that way.
(nl) wrote: Stupid. but good fun, go in expecting bad, come out pleasantly surprised
(fr) wrote: Why did they have to ruin a magnificently crafted world and bunch of characters with heavy handed christian shite? I don't know. I wish I could just watch the first half and burn the the second from my memory.
(it) wrote: Out of bliss and work effort come memorable characters and a setting so fitting to the topics on hand. Chaplin's other masterpiece, Gold Rush contains many iconic moments.
(kr) wrote: No way to dislike this movie.
(nl) wrote: good film woody allen