An elderly business tycoon, believed to be dying, decides to give a million dollars each to 8 strangers chosen at random from the phone directory. The various segents of this 1932 film were directed by Ernst Lubitsch, Norman Taurog, Stephen Roberts, Norman Z. McLeod, James Cruze, William A. Seiter, and H. Bruce Humberstone. The huge cast includes Richard Bennett, Gary Cooper, W. C. Fields, May Robson, George Raft, Charles Ruggles, Alison Skipworth, Charles Laughton, Mary Boland, Gene Raymond, Frances Dee, Wynne Gibson, Jack Pennick, Jack Oakie, Roscoe Karns, Cecil Cunningham, Grant Mitchell, Clarence Muse, Joyce Compton, Dewey Robinson and Margaret Seddon.
Francisco S (au) wrote: Katy Perry: Part of Me is a great documentary about the Katy Perry's life, that shows to us the best and the worst of the celebrity and that can charm the fans and other people that aren't accustomed to hear Katy Perry.
Randall S (br) wrote: Caught this on HBO and I was very entertained. Though cliche in moments, Teller and Tipton (whose careers are doing very well) make this movie worth watching.
Velayudhan M (br) wrote: Super Star Rajesh Khanna's classic movie with Shabana Sadique in 1986
kevin s (jp) wrote: ok movie not bad i would watch it once jon heder was really good in it
Nicola D (us) wrote: Having watched 'In Bruges' recently, I find it really interesting that acclaimed Irish playwrite Martin McDonagh would choose for his directorial debut, the same material and characters that Conor McPheraon, another acclaimed Irish playwrite, chose for his. The story of two gangsters, as different as chalk and cheese, on a mission, following orders from another bastarding gangster, same story, same characters, even the same actor, Brendan Gleeson...! What is up with that? It's clear that 'I Went Down' is everything 'In Bruges' wanted to be, but couldn't be. That's not to say that 'I Went Down' is a great film; it's not. But it boasts a far superior script and a far superior director...not that that would be hard judging by the mess that was 'In Bruges'.
Kimberly T (nl) wrote: A bit slow at points... Funny though overall and I <3 Ewan
Bob W (us) wrote: Truffaut's classic is a film of great pathos, Jeanne Moreau is both haunting and playful, and so is the story. The first half narrates and moves about quickly, the second half settles into deadly a seriousness and reflection on love, liberty and loss.