Give Me a Sailor

Give Me a Sailor

Jim and Walter are two brother sailors in the United States Navy. Walter tells Jim as soon as they get home he is going to ask his beautiful girlfriend, Nancy Larkin to marry him. But Jim is also in love with Nancy so he begs Nancy's ugly duckling sister, Letty to help break Walter and Nancy up. Letty agrees only under one condition, he help her to win Walter!

Jim and Walter are two brother sailors in the United States Navy. Walter tells Jim as soon as they get home he is going to ask his beautiful girlfriend, Nancy Larkin to marry him. But Jim ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Andrew M (jp) wrote: There's hints of fascinating satire within Maps to the Stars, and each member of the ensemble cast deliver solid performances, but David Cronenberg's execution of the story doesn't land as well as it could and should.

Niklas V (ag) wrote: Rolig och engagerande film. Man blir upprrd och tnker s fr det ju inte g till. Tjejerna lyckas vnda p orttvisorna, men sen d? En del frgor lmnas obesvarade.Filmen r jttebra som underlag till fortsatta diskussioner och borde vara sjlvklar som material att anvnda i skolan. Dessutom r den rolig. Jag skrattade s trarna rann nr gympalraren dansade.

Andy P (mx) wrote: A movie that worked mainly because of the wacky, charming characters that filled the screen. Demitri Martin was surprisingly well-cast in this role, and Imelda Staunton and Henry Goodman were a hoot as Elliot's parents. I could praise many more of the performances, but it might get a bit redundant. I will say though, I would have loved to have seen more of Eugene Levy-- such a great role for him.

Matthew B (jp) wrote: Very interesting concept but not executed the best. The characters' stories bored me and gave me no reason to feel attached to them, I was more interested in the vampires which were done pretty well I thought but weren't enough to make this one of the greats

Martin K (gb) wrote: Absolutely stunning movie based on an even more stunning novel by Jean Christophe Grang. Although it was necessary to significantly reduce the storyline and number of characters to fit into a movie The Crimson Rivers still draws you into a very dark plot including the conflict between two very different characters.

Daniel A (it) wrote: Pretty good 80's teen sex comedy! Took me til now to see it.

Kevin R (mx) wrote: Nothing is for always. A new nurse joins the military and is sent to Korea during a time of high casualties. She is paired with a surgeon that quickly wants to get in her pants. She falls in love with him but decides to reluctantly date him to a point and draws a line in the sand when he won't open up to her and only appears to be about for sex. Is there a chance to fall in love or will she eventually give into his charm? "Maybe whiskey is as part of our life as war." Richard Brooks, director of Fever Pitch, Bite the Bullet, The Professionals, Deadline - USA, and The Catered Affair, delivers Battle Circus. The storyline for this picture was just okay but the character development was fairly solid and the acting was better than average. The cast includes Humphrey Bogart, June Allyson, Keenan Wynn, William Campbell, and Patricia Tiernan. "You're about to wreck something beautiful." I generally enjoy Humphrey Bogart pictures and decided to DVR this picture when I found it on Turner Classic Movies (TCM). This film is nothing special overall but does contains some great lines and interactions between characters. This isn't a bad film to watch if you're a fan of Bogart but you're not missing much if you skip it either. "What are you thinking about?" "You." "That's good. At least you're not wasting your time." Grade: C+/B-

Adrienne I (ag) wrote: I dont really know what to say about this movie except its TOTALLY epic. I couldnt understand what was going on in the movie but I know it was awesome.

Peter F (au) wrote: A fun and insightful look at the history of National Lampoon, that's what every documentary should be: inherently archival.

Patrick B (us) wrote: I don't care what people think; I love this film. It's consistently hilarious as long as you do as intended, and don't take it seriously.