Cash McCall

Cash McCall

Cash McCall is a 1960 movie starring James Garner and Natalie Wood, based upon the novel of the same name by Cameron Hawley about a man who buys businesses in order to sell them at a profit. Recognized by critics as decades ahead of its time in numerous ways, especially its hardcore depiction of business dealings, the innovative film was directed by Joseph Pevney from a screenplay by Lenore J. Coffee and Marion Hargrove.

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Stephen C (ag) wrote: Ricardo Darin is for my money one of the best actors working in foreign cinema today ,his very presence in a film is in my view a guarantee your going to have a great performance whatever the subject matter.Here he plays an Ambulance chasing Lawyer who falls for a young doctor who he helps at the scene of a road accident.He is a damaged person because he has lost his permit to practice law and is now reduced to staging accidents for money and ripping off accident victims.She is an overworked doctor with a debilitating drug habit and corrupt boss who is in cahoots with the corrupt law firms.The film is very bleak but that shouldnt put you off as it has plenty to say about romance and the effect it has on people whos world is slowly caving in around them.Martina Gussman is equally good in the love interest role ,and we even get some film noir elements with the powerful storyline.A film that presses all the right buttons ,one hopes Hollywood doesnt get its hands on it.

Brandon V (br) wrote: It isn't a ballsy enough documentary to present anything enlightening, and the ultimate statement is really underwhelming, but it's a pleasant enough experience listening to fans go off on witty rants for an hour and a half.

ismael r (de) wrote: A mostly midcore horrer film some suspence and shocking moments but the direction wasent at its best and with better care could have turned out to be a better horrer film then what it is.

Carlo C (mx) wrote: Algo vetusta ya pero me pareci una comedia romntica original, lo que en el gnero es difcil de encontrar, tal vez se debe a que es una comedia romntica a la italiana con cuatro peculiares historias de amor. Vale las 2 horas.

Zaar D (au) wrote: a poor man Titanic eh?

John M (br) wrote: I first saw this movie in the late 80's or early 90's and I never watch it again till now. I didn't remember that much about it and let me tell you, friends, that the effects used were good but couldn't save the movie. I just wish the story could've been better developed to match the eerie location work and the creepy atmosphere, though, It has a couple of good moment... well... to be exactly I just remember two but most of the time it is really boring. "Scarecrows", in my opinion, is slightly overrated.

Flavien S (us) wrote: One of the best film ever. Great story and characters, awesome music... HuH.. Just kidding.

Tomas T (mx) wrote: Places in the Heart tittle fits perfectly this 1980's drama film which leaves few unmoved. The story of unfortunate misfits gathering under the common roof of recently widowed house mother in order to make a living as cotton farmers might sound unexciting, but the interaction between the characters - and especially the great acting - makes Places in the Heart into a heartwarming experience. The story focuses on recently widowed Edna Spalding (By Sally Field) and her struggle to provide for her family of two young kids. Obviously Edna knows nothing of earning money and while pressured by the bank for loan repayments, she risks everything and becomes a cotton farmer with the help of drifter negro man Moze (Danny Clover). Soon enough the group gets additional member in form of blind loner Mr. Will (John Malcovich) and together against all the odds they start working the land. Roughly half of the running time is spent with these unexpected cotton farmers while the other half follows an uneasy love affair between two locals, Amy Madigan (Viola Kelsey) and Wayne Lomax (Ed Harris). The acting through the film is great with Sally Field and Danny Glover raising above others with their great performances and in fact Sally Fields received a well-earned Oscar for her realistic and natural role. Overall the story of the cotton farmers is fantastic, but the shallow love affair angle between Amy Madigan and Wayne Lomax feels forced and adds very little for the film. Even so Places in the Heart is a great whole family drama film with plenty of warm memorable moments in it.

Riley W (de) wrote: Still need to see this

Harsh C (ca) wrote: Movie pushes a religious message by taking a big dump on religion. Long and boring. One star for the shit monster.

mark w (gb) wrote: Not a big fan of Bible story based flicks since they were works of art prior to the vilification of traditional religion by Hollywood starting in the Seventies. The Remaining treatment of the Rapture is in line with the treatment of "2012", and filmed in a format reminiscent of "Cloverfield". It WILL offend chronically anti-religion fanatics, but will equally entertain fans of good bad scifi.

John M (es) wrote: The victims are making porn movie at a remote cottage in the woods, and for the most part the quality of the dialogue and acting lives up to porn-movie standards. The two creepy kids are the standouts, though again in porn movie tradition, neither of them has seen in a long while the age the film tries to pass them off as being.