Dr. Tony Flagg's friend, Steven, has problems in the relationship with his fiancee, Amanda, so he persuades her to visit Dr. Flagg. After some minor misunderstandings, she falls in love with Dr. Flagg. When he tries to use hypnosis to strengthen her feelings for Steven, things get complicated.
- Stars:Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Ralph Bellamy, Luella Gear, Jack Carson, Clarence Kolb, Franklin Pangborn, Walter Kingsford, Kay Sutton, The Robert Mitchell Boy Choir,
- Director:Mark Sandrich,
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(fr) wrote: An interesting story about gold diggers. Pretty funny jokes with romantic and heartwarming moments shifting back and forth. Audrey Tautou is hot and great!
(ag) wrote: Wow I love Paul Rudd - nice to see him in a dramatic role again. The story of 4 friends who are all clam diggers during the 1970s on Long Island New York when the big companies were taking the business away from all of the independent diggers who were there for generations. The 4 men are all interesting characters, as is the dynamics of their friendships and their personal lives. Touching and both serious and light-hearted. A great script written by the co-star Jason Buchanan. Note: The DVD Special Features offers a nice little documentary on clam diggers called "Bay Life". A good companion piece to this film.
(gb) wrote: A fun, swashbuckling time that introduces an iconic antihero, impressive visuals, and a great villain, which makes for an entertaining adventure.
(gb) wrote: Tahu nggak? (mau pake bahasa indo). gue pengen banget nonton film ini sejak film ini dirilis tahun 2002 dulu. dan gue baru nonton ini kemarin malam karena berhasil donlot! bayangkan. 12 tahun daku menunggu dan tahu tidak, kenapa gue pengen banget nonton film ini? karena gue kepengen dengerin lagu soundtracknya, yaitu "The Sign" by Ace Of Base yang di remake pake paduan suara di film ini. dan woah,, bagus lagunya, kalo film nya sih biasa-biasa aja.
(ca) wrote: not sure they could have pulled this off without jack lemmon (this, sadly and ironically, may have been his last film appearance). glad they decided to make the film so that the message could reach an even wider audience; however, i'll be reading the book again before i sit through this movie a second time. [must say the house is exactly as i had imagined it, though it was the mirror image and a rustic red in my mind.] yes, i cried (started at about 6 minutes in).
(de) wrote: Yeah this movie didnt do anything for me.
(nl) wrote: great songs and manisha looked really good in this one!
(kr) wrote: A lovely movie with my favourite Susan Sarandon!
(kr) wrote: Conceptually this movie was awesome, a good story about a struggle of a woman from the wrong side of the tracks for acceptance in "polite society" and with a satisfying conclusion. Unfortunately, where this film failed was the overtly hammy acting from the principal cast. I loved Jennifer Jones in "Love is a Many-Splendor Thing" and Charlton Heston (from all his religious flicks plus well, he's Charlton Heston. Do you really need any reason other than that?). It was a treat watching him in this because he was so young and I didn't recognize him at first but that velvet voice is undeniable.....but the acting damn. Maybe it was because of the era, when every little emotional response has to be so darn theatrical, but it just made it so comical sometimes, it was really distracting. Otherwise, this would have been really, really cool.
(es) wrote: It was on TV so I watched it. It was the usual silliness of the movies my grandma has shown me, but I quite enjoyed it. And the graphics they attempted with the dancing women and the title at the end were really good considering when it was made. And for these kinds of movies, Bing Crosby and Bob Hope are great!
(ru) wrote: I love this movie it so funny
(mx) wrote: Great cowboy/detective action/thriller. The transition from Good The Bad & The Ugly Eastwood to the Dirty Harry Eastwood. Great 60s trippy vibe and grim NYC feel.
(br) wrote: "Cary"-ing the BeastsBeats of No Nation is a fascinating and intriguing film about the horrors of war. The film is carried by a fantastic child actor, and Elba who both deserve to be seen in this masterfully directed film.First of all, the direction and cinematography in this film is beautiful. Fukunaga is a very visual artsy director whose shots convey the fear and danger of what happened, making the film feel real. His direction is also present in Agu, who is portrayed in the best child performance of the year so far. It is great that Elba is the only major star in the film, which makes it seem very realistic. He is fantastic in his role as the Commandant of his clan of NDF members. He plays the role with passion as well as intensity, which clearly screams out an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor. The arc of these character as well as the story in addition to well made action sequences, all make this to be a sad hard watch, which also gives a sense of hope.Not many things detracted from the film. Some emotional parts seemed forced, with not enough characterization to establish the rest of the supporting cast. There was also the problem of pacing and dialogue that may drag at some times, but thankfully those times are few.Beasts of No Nation is certainly a win for Netflix as its first feature film. But it would have been better if it was released in the theater for a week or two before it's streaming release due to the fact that it is a great cinematic experience. With wide shots and great visual storytelling, this film deserves to be seen on the big screen, and the small screen streaming service retracted from the magic that it could've given in a theater. Hopefully Netflix will learn from that mistake. Overall, besides lack of characterization in everyone discluding Elba and Agu and the sense that parts drag the film is a cinematic experience that was meant first and foremost for the big screen.Rating: 7.8 (B+)