Come to the Stable

Come to the Stable

1949 film from 20th Century Fox that was nominated for numerous Oscars including Loretta Young for best Actress and Celeste Holm and Elsa Lanchester for best Supporting Actress. It is a simple, reverent story of French nuns and their powerful faith as they push New Englanders toward funding a new hospital. Old-fashioned and tedious by the standards of today, it ought to be remembered if only for it's Oscar nominations (none of which earned a an Oscar).

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:94 minutes
  • Release:1949
  • Language:English,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:religion,   charity,   tennis,  

Two nuns from a French convent arrive in a small New England town with a plan to build a children's hospital. They enlist the help of several colorful characters in achieving their dream ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Come to the Stable torrent reviews

Dann M (us) wrote: From Illumination comes the entertaining family comedy The Secret Life of Pets. When his owner brings home a new dog Max plots to get rid of him, but his plans go awry and leaves the two of them lost in the streets of New York City. While it has a promising start (with all of the various pet and their different home lives) it quickly becomes a standard road film. Still, the characters are rather fun and interesting, with some really creative designs to them. And the comedy is fairly well-written, if a little broad and stereotypical. It delivers some laughs and has its moments, but The Secret Life of Pets loses its ambition early on and settles for mediocrity.

Jaime M (br) wrote: I tend to avoid Aussie films but this one was bloody awesome mate! this is a movie with a nice warmness to it, bluesy folk music and lots of soul.

Jarek M (ag) wrote: It was a bit iffy and in the end left me a little unsatisfied considering Ive done paint balling, there was just nothing new and enough good to say about this. Contestants are lead to a poorly advertised paintball resort that turns out to have a sick twist, two teams are made, one team with paintball guns, while the other team have fully automatic weapons and even traps, along with thermal vision helmets(sound familiar???). It starts out pretty action packed and interesting as the team of a pretty good paintball team dodging bullet fire through scraps of cars and a bus struggle and picked out one by one by the mysterious cold blooded killers. Things slowly began to unravel, however it never became clear to me on what exactly is the purpose of this sick game, besides trying to be serious and incredibly scary, until you see how each kills are performed. Predator along with the new Predators, are good at being action stealth movies, this movie loves that sooooo much that it decides to take the same thermal vision predators have, but it stays that vision so you can see every kill being performed in hues of yellow, red, and lots of blue. If it was really desperate in trying to mimic this perspective, then it did well, but at the cost of the rest of the convoluted plot and no development of any characters until like the end. This is Predators on the lowest budget possible where it is stripped of badass characters, the atmosphere, the story, and even the action at times that leads you to an ending that will just force you to never try watching again. A good kill thrill, nothing more.

Kenny N (fr) wrote: Tobe Hooper doesn't make many movies any more. But when he does it's always something...unique. Yes, he has directed the horror masterpieces "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (one of my all time favorite films and one of the scariest films of all time) and "Poltergeist" (which introduced Zelda Rubinstein to the world and spawned the oft-imitated catchphrase "They're hereee..."), but he is also responsible for lesser known but still frightening forrays into fear "The Funhouse," "Lifeforce," and the "Eye" segment of the lost horror gem "Body Bags." Even his bad films ("The Mangler," "Crocodile") have some special thing that sets them apart from every other purveyor of nightmares. "Djinn" is in the latter category. It is the United Arab Eremite's first attempt at a mainstream horror film for the good ol' USA, and it's about a type of folk monster well known there. There's the something different that Tobe Hooper always offers in his films. Unfortunately, this movie is no different from any other B-movie out there. The on-location setting and the authentic actors would serve a better film about this monster. Overall, a huge disappointment.

Alexander K (fr) wrote: Movie was alright. Watched it on Netflix streaming on my Bravia HDTV. About a restaurant owner who losses his businesses and girlfirend...finds himself in the unemployment line looking for crappy entry level positions (been unemployed, can relate somewhat) in hopes of finding another career outside the restaurant business. Has a bit of comedy in it...but there are some slow parts in the flick. Could have been better if it was better polished.

Al H (ca) wrote: Frank Langella as Nixon is perfect.

Lydia S (kr) wrote: one of the WORST movies i've ever seen.

Hillary S (kr) wrote: Great movie, we watched it for our Native Language class, it was the first time I watched it & it shows exactly how life on the rez is.

Rich M (kr) wrote: Such a typical, clichd ending: The main character shoots his wife, places his deformed infant son into the oven, drinks a carton of very spoiled milk, and proceeds to blow his own brains out. Come on, Hollywood. Stop playing it so safe.

Corey T (nl) wrote: Hill and Spencer are comic magic.

Jos (ru) wrote: Oh, this is a wonderful farce, so joyfully stupid it warms the bottom of my heart just to remember it. It's one of the larger scale Carry On films, and as often discussed, the film looks big for its budget because the production used the sets and costumes from the Richard Burton/Liz Talyor film Cleopatra that had recently been abandoned.Most of the films in this long series contain some form of innuendo (generally it is mild, though in some of the later movies it became crude), and this is no exception. How can anyone not appreciate Sid James raucously laughing Mark Anthony, the square wheel (so bicycles won't slip down hills) and Julius Caesar's parting line, "Infamy! Infamy! They've all got it in-for-me!".Innocent at heart, totally ridiculous, and great entertainment.

Greg W (es) wrote: gets a star 4 the still great theme song

Ken S (it) wrote: REALLY good B western. Maybe the only film where Sterling Hayden smiles and definitely the only movie where a man brings a WHALE HARPOON to a gun fight.Great direction, editing and cinematography to boot!

Ashley H (us) wrote: Easy to Love is a decent film. It is about an aquatic performer who tries to attract the man she loves. Esther Williams and Van Johnson give good performances. The screenplay is a little slow in places. Charles Walter did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the romance.

Melanie D (ca) wrote: It's all a bit far-fetched but there were some genuinely disturbing moments and overall it wasn't a bad film.

Rafael M (ag) wrote: So bad segal has fallen so low