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Days of Glory torrent reviews
Eric P (fr) wrote: a film that can't make up it mind what it wants to be and when it reaches the final act some of the twist it takes make go did they just go there
Tori S (ru) wrote: very dark. but so bitterly tasteful and artisticly demonic. I loved this movie!
eric p (kr) wrote: very bad movie, very bad parents also.
Alon G (kr) wrote: Awesome. A bit slow at first but really comes together! A classic Cohen Brother's story.
Steve N (ag) wrote: Director -- and sometimes-actor -- Richard Benjamin has run hot and cold over the years when choosing projects to helm. For every one of his Mermaids's or Money Pit's, he has a Milk Money or My Stepmother is an Alien blighting his portfolio like a malignant tumor. His best effort is this fictionalized account of Errol Flynn's guest appearance on Sid Caesar's Your Show of Shows in the 1950s. Peter O'Toole is typically brilliant as Alan Swann, the besotted Errol Flynn-like Hollywood star whose ebbing career has brought him low enough to appear on a television sketch comedy show. O'Toole's comedic turns are rare (How to Steal a Million) but he attacks them fearlessly. The ensemble cast is a delight, with standouts like Lainie Kazan and Joseph Bologna going above and beyond. Director Bemjamin does a superb job recreating the look and feel of New York in the 50s, as well as the zaniness of live TV during the Golden Age of Television. The script is first-rate.
Stephen L (kr) wrote: Pretty terrible. Cinemoi has been responsible for exposing me to some interesting obscure movies but this one is a complete waste of time. I am struggling to come up with anything positive about it at all.
Kevin L (gb) wrote: A jealous piano teacher Orville Spooner sends his beautiful wife, Zelda, away for the night while he tries to sell a song to a famous nightclub singer Dino, who is stranded in town.
Tricia R (kr) wrote: As much as I dislike Robert Pattinson, he really pulled a number on this movie and made it as great as the book. Reese Witherspoon is absolutely riveting and fabulous in every aspect. The chemistry between characters, whether good or bad, is perfectly demonstrated and portrays the book in the greatest sense possible. Overall, it was a really impressive movie.