During World War II South Sea beachcomber Walter Eckland is persuaded to spy on planes passing over his island. He gets more than he bargained for as schoolteacher Catherine Frenau arrives on the run from the Japanese with her pupils in tow!
- Stars:Cary Grant, Leslie Caron, Trevor Howard, Jack Good, Sharyl Locke, Pip Sparke, Verina Greenlaw, Stephanie Berrington, Jennifer Berrington, Laurelle Felsette, Nicole Felsette,
- Director:Ralph Nelson,
- Writer:Peter Stone (screenplay), Frank Tarloff (screenplay), S.H. Barnett (story)
During WW2, a man persuaded to live on an isolated island and spot aircraft finds himself responsible for a teacher and several students, all female. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Father Goose torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Only watch if you like movies like meet the spartans
(nl) wrote: I couldn't even finish it.
(jp) wrote: Woody Allen's sexually charged Vicky Cristina Barcelona is definitely a showcase of the three leading ladies and their definite affirmed acting skills. Penelope Cruz is definitely the best out of both of them, her performance both confident and relaxed. Music is great as usual in a Woody Allen film, boasting an impressive score as well as OST. Unfortunately its a little boring at times and is basically a retread of some of his other works. Barcelona is beautiful though and this film definitely highlights that.
(it) wrote: Was not the best moive i have seen or the worst.
(us) wrote: A VOIR ! Pour tous les oublis et pour toute la descrimnation qui persiste aujourd'hui encore...
(br) wrote: A fantastic depiction of the struggles of the Poor in Calcutta
(kr) wrote: dragged on for sure n left u wanting more action
(it) wrote: I can easily make the argument that MAME is the best movie ever made. It's much past time for this film to be re-evaluated by critics.
(us) wrote: Raquel Welch is gorgeous in this and it's nice to see a kick-ass female in a western but it all happens way too easy for her. The ending is a forgone conclusion and sometimes it feels like you're just waiting around for them to get to the showdown already.
(it) wrote: review coming later.
(jp) wrote: Not one of my favorites. It's funny, but not enough happens, and I have never found John Forsythe particularly interesting.
(de) wrote: Pure cinema, my bum. Strip the voiceover, then maybe. Regardless, I want Bresson's cinematographer. Holy eff. It's a black-and-white DREAM.
(it) wrote: Moderately interesting biopic. The story itself is overly long and drawn out, and never seems to gather any real momentum. However, the inherent messages on freedom of expression, freedom of sexual-orientation, and the tyranny of the Castro regime make this worth watching. These, and a powerful (Oscar-nominated) performance from Javier Bardem.Nice little cameos from Johnny Depp and Sean Penn. You have to be quite alert to spot Penn's appearance.
(es) wrote: This certainly made me want to learn more about playwright Joe Orton. One crucial flaw is the film gives us no clue as to the form or content of his plays, particularly "Loot," the success of which in the movie plays such a key plot role while remaining a cipher. But Gary Oldman and Alfred Molina are terrific, and even Vanessa Redgrave is more than tolerable in this entertaining biopic.
(de) wrote: Yes, I know, Miracles from Heaven is a deeply flawed Christian film that has no real replay value (and that's coming from a fellow Christian). But aside from the lack of mastery over story, an unbelievable account of a miracle too good to be true makes this a must-see. The logical would say that a lethal disease is reason enough to give up on Christ, but Miracles from Heaven proves how miracles are hidden in any uncalled for series of events. Miracles may not be in the big things like cancer and death, but it's always in the little things like pillow fights and pizza parties. Miracles are found in a cross necklace worn at all times, Miracles are found in the father's response to his daughter's eternal pain. While we may not know what God has for us, we can still see the miracles in everyday living as long as we cling to faith in his good plan.