Two sailors, Joe (Kelly) and Clarence (Sinatra) have four days shore leave in spend their shore leave trying to get a girl for Clarence. Clarence has his eye on a girl with musical aspirations, and before Joe can stop him, promises to get her an audition with José Iturbi. But the trouble really starts when Joe realizes he's falling for his buddy's girl.
- Category:Action, Comedy, Fantasy, Musical, Romance, War
- Stars:Frank Sinatra, Dean Stockwell, Gene Kelly, Kathryn Grayson,
- Director:George Sidney,
- Writer:Isobel Lennart (screen play), Natalie Marcin (suggested by a story by)
Joe Brady and Clarence Doolittle are two sailors who are on their voyage leaving Hollywood. Luckily, the two meet and soon attracted by a beautiful girl named Susan. Attempting to find audiences for her golden-throated, the two tries their best to win her heart. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(it) wrote: I'm finally up to date with the Resident Evil films, and out of all of them, Resident Evil Retribution is the worst one of the series. After the attack on the ships, Alice wakes up and realized that she's been captured by Umbrella, and has to go through all the stages, like a video game, in order to succeed. I'm glad that it starts to look like a video game, but it also backfires to the fact that I could've just play the Resident Evil games instead of watching this. The negative stuff from the previous films are unsurprisingly still in this too like the acting being awkward, except for Kevin Durand for a bit that had some dignity in himself, and the characters being so forgettable and generic, I mean, they even put in Leon S. Kennedy in this and they didn't even try to create some character development in him. The good stuff like the fight scenes and the special effects are still in this, but even some of the fight scenes are either anticlimactic, or not that exciting to watch, and also some the special effects look off too. The score by tomandandy are back, and it was honestly a little better than the previous film that they done, even though it feels like I was hearing the same song at times. There were a lot of questions that weren't answered, and didn't make any sense also. There were some fun moments in there, but I feel like for a fifth movie of the series, Resident Evil Retribution is starting to become stale, and even though I'm not a fan of the series, even after going in 5 films right now, I hope that Resident Evil: The Final Chapter ends it in a big bang.
(es) wrote: Paul Dano gives his usual good performance, but the film itself is rather slow-moving.
(br) wrote: Best Disney movie out of all of them. This movie is extremely underated, it has an amazing soundtrack and a good story not seen in any other Disney movie.
(de) wrote: It brings a great stir in China's and world's society. I personally don't think it's "very" touching, but this film represents some important prints in the Chinese soceity development.
(fr) wrote: Nearly a third of my PhD dissertation went to this strange (uncredited) adaptation of Melville's "Billy Budd." Most of my students have hated this film, but it's less a work of narrative than a work of cinematic poetry - something we're not conditioned to "reading," and that's more work than entertainment. Claire Denis is a master of the cinema of poetry. This is her masterpiece thusfar.
(it) wrote: Production value aside, yes the wee folk were over the top, however, the patient was constantly being morphined (WW1), this movie dealt with issues far wiser than many reviewers dealt with recognizing those issues. With a limited budget, and the amount of research and technology available for the initial writing then time of production,it still did a great job at showing us that a near "locked in" individual was experiencing and the torture, hopelessness, and moments of hope that are constantly occurring in amine that has no motion. The other issue was how truly evil we can be in our experiments on defenseless individuals that are hidden away. They dramatized this with the utility closet, in real life there are mental facilities that no one speaks of while they are running. Bravo to the story, Hollywood will never throw big budget numbers at something like this today, as Joe was no longer allowed to see the light of day, neither are the guinea pigs of today or their tales.
(ag) wrote: Felt the same way about this than I did the first movie.
(nl) wrote: A movie version of (what's wrong with) the "broken windows theory"? Or at least a break from all the pro-police shows on TV.