Christopher Price, a small-town bank executive, continues to be loyal to and idolize his boyhood friend, Joseph Jefferson Parker, a famous war correspondent. But Chris's wife, Mary, is none to fond of Joe and tired of her husband's idolizing. On the eve of the Price's second-honeymoon trip to New York City, Joe arrives and tells Chris that he needs someone to pose as his wife in order to fool his boss in NYC, who thinks Joe got married to an overseas woman while on an assignment. Chris pushes Mary into posing as Joe's wife. In New York, this leads to many complications and misunderstandings, with Mary finally deciding to teach Chris and Joe a lesson by making them believe she is in love with Joe.
- Stars:Claudette Colbert, Don Ameche, Dick Foran, Charles Dingle, Grant Mitchell, Wilma Francis, Chester Clute, Irving Bacon, Hal K. Dawson, Edward Fielding,
- Director:Sam Wood,
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(nl) wrote: After watching Horns you will probably have a remarkably bleak thought, if you could would you really want to know your loved ones most innermost thoughts? Would you want to realise inevitably what a bunch of self centred arse hats they are in a universe such as this?Probably not. But that is besides the point, Horns is a deliciously grim fairy tale in modern times, furthering Daniel Radcliffe's case as a serious actor beyond the Harry Potter hyperbole. If you watch this expecting a full on horror experience you will be bitterly disappointed, however if you expect something more akin to Pan's Labyrinth or the more recent Crimson Peak you will most likely find a fair amount of enjoyment here. The end game may well be a tad generic after such a unique set up, but letting that spoil the experience would just be splitting horns. I mean hairs.
(it) wrote: I admit that the only reason I went to see it was for Jay Brannan and at least I wasn't disappointed by him! He had all the really great lines and brought some much needed comedy to an otherwise dull movie. Jay Brannan gets five stars. The movie gets one.
(es) wrote: An imperial epic of 16th-century India, realized on a suitably gargantuan scale by writer-director Ashutosh Gowariker. loved it!
(ca) wrote: A realistic look into the life of Stu Ungar and all of its ups and downs.
(us) wrote: It's a pretty boring movie. The history is good, but as far as the movie goes it's pretty boring.
(es) wrote: not as good as a Prophet, but Read My Lips is an interesting film that benefits a lot of Audiard's direction. Also, Vincent Cassel is arguably the best actor of the past 15 years.
(ca) wrote: A twisted revenge flick which is both haunting and beautiful.
(mx) wrote: Not a bad little comedy for a lazy afternoon. That thing with the cape at the end was really funny.
(de) wrote: With great onscreen chemistry and a top-notch performance from Katharine Hepburn, Bringing Up Baby is easily a screwball classic. There's an absurdness to the script, but it pays off surprisingly well. Only this film could get with Hepburn ripping Grant's coat and him subsequently ripping her dress and make it hysterically clever. Throw in two leopards, zoo control, and dim-witted policemen, and you've got a hit.
(ca) wrote: Hepburn takes mediocre material and elevates it to another level.
(kr) wrote: a decent movie i have both 1-2 great action just too futuristic that probably wont happen
(jp) wrote: RECOMMEND!While the film is in no way as good as John Carpenter's The Thing or Ridley Scott's Alien (which this film is most often compared to) it does manage to invoke some particularly skin crawling sequences and great production values and effects. A few silly plot choices and a less than stellar final 5 minutes are all that brings it down a star.Keep an eye out for the skeleton in front of the wreck! If you like Alien or The Thing this isn't as good but still comparable and enjoyable. The film is NOT 2h20m despite what Rotten Tomatoes has downI'd also like to point out the poor rating from reviewers who just enter a _/4 in some wannabe Ebert or Maltin way, get bent.
(us) wrote: The movie is set in France after D-day. You'll see some WWII hardware - tanks, vehicles, etc., but most of the battles are more intimate warfare - guns, knives, stand-offs, and a fist fight in a POW camp. The movie has some action, but it actually has more suspense than action as a group of American soldiers that are stranded behind enemy lines try to get to safety with their own German POW in tow. The movie chronicles the external struggles of the group on their journey but also the internal struggles of what each character in the group e is grappling with. I liked that character exploration. Just when things were starting to slow down, a new twist comes up for the group, and they are thrust into more danger. Solid independent film with some scenes of great directing full of suspense and tension as well as beautiful cinematography. And overall, the core cast is very good.
(ru) wrote: This movie is a piece of crap and not worth a watch. It sucks and very poor acting. The original Omen and the remake of the Original Omen is so much better.