Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
A recently widowed woman on the road with her precocious young son determined to make a new life for herself as a singer.
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Rosendo D (de) wrote: A well-paced suspenseful dramatization.
Walter M (fr) wrote: What unites the conservative elements of otherwise disparate religions is a hatred of gays and lesbians. The heartfelt and enlightening documentary "A Jihad for Love" takes this topic from a Muslim point of view. From South Africa to France to Iran to Turkey to Pakistan, gays and lesbians share their experiences. Some participants are courageous enough to have their faces revealed while others are more cautious. As depicted in the film, Islam is more diverse than usually perceived, as the interpretation of sacred texts is up for debate. For example, the only relevant phrases from the Koran come up in the context of Sodom and Gomorrah, and as a gay imam puts it, the crimes committed there were rape, not consensual by any means.(The jihad in the title of the film is not here meant as it is usually thought of as a holy war, but as a struggle.) Another text forbids lesbianism but the worst punishment is a scolding. In some Muslim countries like Iran and Egypt, homosexuality is illegal and punishments vary but can include execution, causing Muslim gays and lesbians to live abroad as exiles. Turkey is Muslim, yet secular, and has no laws against homosexuality while Pakistan and India have rarely enforced statutes inherited from colonial England.
desiree l (us) wrote: a rather interesting story
RODNEY G (au) wrote: A GREAT MIX OF HORROR AND ACTION , A FUN RUSH OF A MOVIE TO PULL YOU TO THE SIDE OF RIDDICK , TO SEE THAT THERE IS GOOD IN HIM .
Peter S (ag) wrote: Great Richard Dreyfuss.
Annie M (ru) wrote: Wonderful! And not a single cowboy...Yes :)
Valerie G (ag) wrote: Well, it was kind of the same story as Rebecca, except in Sri Lanka and a lot of mad elephants, and not as good. Yeah.
David B (mx) wrote: Crackling song-and-dance vehicle about WWI-era vaudeville performers whose meteoric careers are disrupted by war-time duty. Surprisingly, it's the first of only three times Kelly and Garland share the screen but we're the better for it; the two superstars are a perfect match, each vying to outdo the other with wit, charm and boundless energy.It's only a shame there aren't bigger songs on offer, it hardly feels like these two top talents hit their highest gear; but the quality shines through for a lifting treat.
Scott R (it) wrote: Cute and fun romance. Katherine Hepburn was at her best, this film showed me her appeal as she stole the show. Her family also had great characters that made the embarassment of her introducing her beau truly painful. I of course will always love Fred MacMurray after all his great Disney roles, it was great to see him next to Hepburn.
Michael W (ca) wrote: Buried beneath the cheesy romance and horrendous violence is political satire. The soldiers are all products of a brainwashed society where continuing the fight is what drives them. They don't think for themselves. They don't see their enemy as anything more than evil. They even are given a chance for redemption, but they don't learn anything. They continue the fight. In that manner, this is a very depressing film.
Augustine H (br) wrote: The sadistic plot reveals the ugly one's worse self. The peculiar atmosphere is haunting.