Adventures of Captain Fabian

Adventures of Captain Fabian

An ambitious girl (Micheline Presle) uses a sea captain (Errol Flynn) to climb the social ladder in old New Orleans.

A sea captain becomes involved with a servant girl in early New Orleans. She sees him as a way to gain access into wealthy households. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Olof H (au) wrote: Predictable and bland.Too weak of a plot to keep me interested in or feel sympathetic for any of the characters.

Roberto A (ag) wrote: Recomendation : Filmcritic

Carole T (au) wrote: This could and should have been so much more. The plot gets so jumbled, I don't even think the actors knew what the hell was going on. There was so much potential here and they just threw it away...and don't even get me started on that ridiculous ending. The f/x weren't great either.

Eric B (de) wrote: Unpretentious story made masterful by Phillip Seymour Hoffman.

Montag S (ca) wrote: Beautiful like any Almodovar film but a bit too much like volver and not as great as todo sobre mi madre

Callum B (jp) wrote: hilariously good movie.

Alex K (ag) wrote: 1993's Schindler's List Is My Fifth Favorite Film Of All Time.

Michael B (nl) wrote: Absolutely brilliant!!!I've seen this film three times now and I never get tired of it. A fascinating look at the Spanish Civil War. The fact that the film is recorded in Catalan, English and Spanish makes it all the more realistic.

James M (ru) wrote: It becomes clear that Mel Brooks is starting to run out of ideas when he starts spoofing films and borrowing heavily from others. Life Stinks isn't terrible, but it isn't very good either. Watch the Steve Martin film "The Jerk" for a variation on a similar idea.

Alex r (mx) wrote: Sam Peckinpah's films have always been an intense experience to watch. His style was unmatched by any other filmmaker. The main reason here is the fact that his films have striking images that stick with you. His style has been lauded and dismissed, but you simply cannot deny the power his films have. Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia is a brilliant, well acted picture that like his previous outings uses a simple idea with stunning performances and unforgettable imagery to really tell a very good story. The result is an impressive Action thriller that moves at a fast pace, and is highly engaging from start to finish. Although not his greatest film, this is still a well crafted film from Sam Peckinpah and it's definitely worth seeing if you enjoy his work. With a great cast at his disposal, he was able to craft a film that has stood out among his filmography, but like I said, it's not his best either. His finest works are Straw Dogs, The Wild Bunch and The Getaway. However, this is still a picture well worth your time, and there's plenty to enjoy in the film. With effective action scenes mixed with the performances, the film is a taut, thrilling, memorable picture that will surely please fans of Peckinpah's work. The film has a few points that could have been improved upon, but overall, it's a well executed picture that is a top notch action film that will surely please genre fans. Not Peckinpah's finest picture, but very good nonetheless. This is an accomplished picture that boasts some fine direction, a good story and effective performances to really make this a unique film experience. Despite its shortcomings, Bring Me the Head of Alfred Garcia is Thrilling cinema.

Renee L (au) wrote: As a Catholic, I enjoy a good exorcism movie, and this one was no exception. I love "The Exorcist," and I don't feel that frightened by it, outside of a healthy belief in demons and my own powerlessness against them. There should be more movies about priests, because our culture needs them, and their reputation has taken a hit lately in spite of the fact that the overwhelming majority of them have done nothing wrong. In this movie, I would have preferred more talk about Christ, rather than just "the Cross" or "the Crucifix," because Christ is so much more than His Cross or Crucifixion. This movie does have its unrealistic moments (not the actual possession), but it is satisfying, and as a Catholic, I found the ending deeply romantic.

Jenny Lou F (nl) wrote: It was a cute, high school type movie. I still watch it when it comes on TV.