Eleanor's Catch

Eleanor's Catch

ELEANOR'S CATCH is a delightful short, directed by and starring Cleo Madison. A successful actress, Madison was one of many women who directed films at Universal, particularly in the mid 1910s. In this two-reeler, she stars as a young city girl dragged into a life of crime by a ne’er-do-well suitor. A terrific surprise ending gives Eleanor and Cleo an early claim to promoting women’s equality in the workforce.

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Bryan T (ru) wrote: The story plods a little, but the action sequences are exciting and well-executed.

Stafford V (ca) wrote: A fun animated movie for the whole family.

Amit G (ag) wrote: Everyone bashed this movie silly... 3/10It turned out to be mostly tolerable.... 6/10And even enjoyable in parts... 7/10The kid was extremely annoying... 2/10Priyanka Chopra was hot as usual... 9/10Revelation of the movie: Uday Chopra looks like a toad... 10/10

Adam W (de) wrote: Take the plot of Best of the best 2 and Kickboxer force them together crudely, get some shit poor actors in and drop a 0 off the budget.Voi la you have this turd.

David S (mx) wrote: If this is what Chile boasts as quality film, then my Chilean heritage has disappointed me in this regard. This movie is about a creepy serial killer obsessed with Tony Manero, John Travolta's character in Saturday Night Fever. And it is BORING. The Sopranos style ending once again fails on screen as well.

Mayank F (nl) wrote: saw dis one 2day....its stereotypical bollywood but strong performances make it fun to watch.

Mel A (gb) wrote: Stupid scenario, stupid actors, stupid movie, 0,5 because the make-up made me laugh...

Craig S (mx) wrote: Fog of War really tells us the story of how unsure and uncertain our leaders are when they go into crisis - McNamara is absolutely riveting

Rodrigo y (br) wrote: That is one of the worst posters I've ever seen

Dalton V (fr) wrote: A fun, light, easy breezy comedy that should be enjoyed knowing, it's not the best comedy, not even the best Woody Allen comedy by far, but is an enjoyable film to watch.

Roger C (us) wrote: Wretched. Loni Anderson simply can't act!!! You haven't seen anyhting until you see Reynolds in a chicken suit!!!

Timothy K (it) wrote: What a sad sad sad film. It's well shot and well played, and there's never a dull moment. Though the film does play into melodrama during the third act, the real life situations and down to earth storytelling keeps the film from getting hurt too badly by a couple of cheap shots.

Paul D (es) wrote: A fun revenge horror with a decent imagining of an evil twin, although they're both pretty evil in the main. Its low budget appearance adds to its cult value.

John S (ag) wrote: The term "unbelievable" or "unbelievably" is often overused or misused. But with Santa Claus (Vs. The Devil), I can safely and honestly say that this movie is unbelievably stupid. And I love it! There are a few dull moments that are just too dumb to enjoy, but mostly, this movie is a must-see for any b-movie fan. You'll repeatedly find yourself shaking your head. throwing your hands up and screaming "what?!" then subsequently laughing your face off.

Chad H (ag) wrote: Dusted this off and watched it on Netflix the other day. Haven't seen in in about a year. I've always enjoyed this movie, even though it has a dark somewhat melancholic tone to it. The cast is impressive in that so many future actors are in it, Tom Cruise, Timothy Hutton, Sean Penn,Giancarlo Esposito. It's set at a military academy in the early 80's, so their is still some of the post Vietnam military bias left in the country. The academy is threatened with closure but the superintendent Gen Bache played by the excellent George C. Scott is determined to keep it open. He does channel Patton in this, but plays a slightly haunted man. He speaks to his cadets about duty and honor, but more in the past tense rather then current I think. An old soldier who has seen to much and hasn't kept up with the times. An incident occurs in which a civilian teenager is accidentally killed by the general, who is then taken into custody. The cadets led by Timothy Huttons's character Brian Moreland then cease the weapons at the academy and take it over, in protest of their school being turned into condominiums. A siege ensues, the commanding officer of the police and national guard is led by Ronny Cox's character Col Kerby. Kerby is an interesting contrast to Bache. Bache is more the old style romantic warrior where Kerby is the more modern and realistic. "I have the career goal of all soldiers and that is to stay alive." he tells Brian Moreland during negotiations. Both men have different views and represent different eras of the army but are honorable. Their is a slight anti-gun message in this movie I think, but it is subtle and I feel that the director, despite the feeling of the show being anti-military still respects those who serve. If you haven't seen it and like military shows, this is a good one.