Becoming Cary Grant
For the first time one of Hollywood's greatest stars tells his own story, in his own words. From a childhood of poverty to global fame, Cary Grant, the ultimate self-made star, explores his own screen image and what it took to create it.
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Becoming Cary Grant torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Lazy torture flick directed with little style or flair by Romero's son. Interesting for the first twenty minutes but rolls out every cliche of the genre and fizzles out in a rushed dumb final reel.
(us) wrote: The funniest and sweetest gay romance in recent memory. A
(nl) wrote: gives me goosebumps everytime!
(mx) wrote: Fucks yeah. Watch for the last thing - the stuff on the thing. Awesome.
(fr) wrote: It's an interesting perspective and a very moving documentary. However, it's a bit too long for my liking.
(fr) wrote: Honestly It's not a good movie. But I mean if you ever wanted to know why you don't mix gangsters and horror movies this is why. This still remains in my childhood favs though :)
(au) wrote: I did not really like this movie.
(au) wrote: Once again almodovar is taking us into his mad world of crazy characters & situations! some parts are really funny, especially when the police officers are desperatly trying to get the rapist off the poor woman! A top comic scene! The cast is great as always, the storyline pretty intense but interesting as always. A good one definitely!
(it) wrote: Faries are bastards!!!
(mx) wrote: Another great one from River Phoenix and I thought Sidney Poitier was funny
(gb) wrote: History has not been kind to 1968's "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang," which I saw as a toddler at the Briton Cinema. The songs stuck, and I got the Hot Wheels miniature, but the Child Collector who put Jeremy and Jemima in a cage frightened me. Underdeveloped and overproduced, Dick Van Dyke masterful performance as Inventor Potts helps the audience buy the cliches and plot holes. Based on the Ian Fleming novel, James Bond producer Cubby Broccoli hoped to expand his empire at the height of Bond Mania. Clocking in at 2 1/2 hours plus an intermission, Broccoli could have lost an hour and half the songs and spent the savings on better SFX. Recommended for Dick Van Dyke fans only
(mx) wrote: day+garner=rom-com bliss
(it) wrote: Finding silent films that hold up today is almost like finding a needle in a haystack, but man did Buster Keaton make some enduring stuff. This is one of his better films. I could see myself giving it a higher rating upon another viewing.
(de) wrote: Blecch. Plodding, excessively rah-rah pro-American sentimental grandiose heart-pattering cringe-worthy poo.