Dinner at Eight
Social climbing Millicent and Oliver Jordan throw a dinner for a bunch of New York society types, each of whom has much to reveal.
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Timothy H (au) wrote: one of the most underrated films of this film Warren Beatty is a great actor and filmmaker and deserves better then a mediocre reviews and a luck warm resection at the box office this is a great film from a great man.
Ted R (es) wrote: Amazing French comedy, with exquisite performances that brings in mind good, old movies..Very very entertaining!
Gareth D (es) wrote: Fun enough, rather cliched, overacted and obvious - but a fun little romp with a couple of nice action sequences.
Francisco L (ag) wrote: Original, little boring but with a strong script and great lessons.
Jill G (ca) wrote: Horrible B movie with bad acting and a slow developing story. Painful to watch.
Arnaud B (ag) wrote: incroyablement bien film avec un bon rythme. un humour dcal juste ce qu'il faut.
Alex S (de) wrote: Movies like this make me wanna go out and do things.
Hannah M (nl) wrote: Well acted and intriguing until the payoff, if you can call it that. SPOILER: yet another "he was just craaaazy the whole time!"
Danny K (kr) wrote: They could have done more research for the movie...
Matty S (br) wrote: Julie Christie is the only thing aspect of this film that merits time watching it. The whole film feels amateurish. It is strange to think that Alan Rudolph actually made this. It is all pathos without any hint of believability save Christie's dedicated work. But even that is stretching it.
Repona T (kr) wrote: A touching protrait of a woman's suffering under the illusion of death and love.
Josh C (gb) wrote: The Best of the series in my opinion! The Ducks are older and have a new challenge in the junior goodwill games! Iceland v Ducks is great!
Brad S (ru) wrote: I quite enjoyed this comedy from 1969 starring Gene Wilder and Donald Sutherland. The film is in the style of an old Me Brooks comedy, so if you like his stuff, you should like this. I found both Wilder and Sutherland quite funny. Orson Welles has a cameo as the Narrator at the beginning of the film. Worth a watch!
Ninon A (it) wrote: Hysterical! Love it so much! She did marry him (Cary Grant)
Hunter H (es) wrote: The part where that one guy goes, "What happened to yo furniture, cuz?" before it falls on him just gets me every time I see it in one of the commercials...! I was sure it would end up being even FUNNIER in the MOVIE...!!!!! AND IT WAS...!!!! MUCH, MUCH better than my experience with Red Dawn BY FAR...!!!!! THIS experience WAS AWESOME...!!!!!!
Jim T (ag) wrote: Seth MacFarlane talking too much and shouting for no reason a lot really does not make a good film.
Andrew H (ag) wrote: So, I originally didn't want to see this at all. Like most people who might read this, I thought it looked too bright and colorful and the first trailer or two didn't do much for me. The final trailer though sold me, as well as constant coaxing and promises from my brother that the movie was going to be amazing. So, I saw it and actually loved it. The only downside was the comic relief provided by the kid brother and pet monkey, but I guess it's true to the TV show, so I can't complain a whole lot. And, as my brother and I were talking the other day, we realized the more time goes by since seeing it, the more we think about all the awesome graphics and other cool parts and the less the brother and monkey bother us. Granted, I'd still prefer the movie without them, but the coolness factor outweighs it. Visually jaw-dropping the whole time. And Racer X was the MAN!
Isaac M (us) wrote: Looking forward to seeing this documentary!