It Happened to Jane
Jane Osgood runs a lobster business, which supports her two young children. Railroad staff inattention ruins her shipment, so with her lawyer George, Jane sues Harry Foster Malone, director of the line and the "meanest man in the world".
- Stars:Doris Day, Jack Lemmon, Ernie Kovacs, Steve Forrest, Teddy Rooney, Russ Brown, Walter Greaza, Parker Fennelly, Mary Wickes, Philip Coolidge, Max Showalter, John Cecil Holm, Gina Gillespie, Dick Crockett, Napoleon Whiting,
- Director:Richard Quine,
- Writer:Norman Katkov (screenplay), Max Wilk (story), Norman Katkov (story)
Jane Osgood is trying to support her two young children by running a lobster business. After one of her shipments is ruined by inattention at the railroad station, Jane decides to take on ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
It Happened to Jane torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: While the performances by the leads are notably strong, the plot itself seems rushed and some scenes are simply too soap-opera esque to be taken seriously.
(au) wrote: Tatum is enjoyable, and McConaughey is hilarious. But something about this oddly-paced and ill-toned stripper dramedy is weird. I could almost feel it begging me to like it. Sure, it's better than the pure sexual tantalizer it seemed to be, but only slightly.
(us) wrote: Another misrepresentation of history. The resurgent Boks beat The ABs. Nil mention of the FACT that the ABs were poisoned.
(ag) wrote: It was a excellent emotional and gripping drama. Benedict Cumberbatch shows us how awesome of an actor he is.
(au) wrote: A nice Australian film with an interesting story line. The only thing I found annoying is the lack of subtitles so you could understand what female actor was saying.
(us) wrote: A reserved, hard-working, washed-up novelist battles age as a young grad student interviews him for her thesis and his relationship with his daughter falters because of her choice in men.Frank Langella is phenomenal in the lead role of this tightly constructed and intelligently written drama. He lets us know Leonard Schiller in little gestures like his reflexive withdraw from Heather's kiss on his hand and some of his more impulsive actions in the third act. The character's deep pain comes through Langella's reserved exterior, and the script gives us subtle moments like his prodding of Casey about "compromise." Lauren Ambrose is almost up to the task of keeping up with Langella, but it's Lili Taylor who truly rises to the challenge as this father/daughter relationship is one of the most believable I've seen on screen in a while.The film's theme focuses on what we give up to remain sane in our relationships -- all our relationships, with each other, with our work, with our hopes for the future -- and how time is the constant antagonist.I thought the film's pace slowed down in the second act, and Schiller's attraction to Heather was never fully clear. Is this a sexual relationship in the fullest sense of the word, or is it intellectual with occasional sexual trappings? And why does Heather react as she does in the third act?Overall, this film is worth seeing for Langella and for the opportunity to see an intelligent film about intelligent people, which is a rarity in this age.
(jp) wrote: The images are hypnotic, but the story is so spare that I can't help thinking of it as some kind of allegory. But of course, when a film tries to evoke more than what it is superficially displaying, there's a risk of getting to the realm of pretension.
(mx) wrote: terrible... a guide as to how not to cope in a situation... One swift karate chop and the pain would have been over quickly for both the main character, Clive, and the sullen audience.
(ag) wrote: Not as much codebreaking as there should have been.
(nl) wrote: Kinda formulaic, but I still enjoyed it a lot, and never really stopped laughing. I also thought they did a good job of making the typical jerk boyfriend (of Sarah Roemer's character) extra douche-ey in every possible way, from his music preferences to his choice of footwear (crocks).
(ca) wrote: its from the same director of last life in the universe... enough said.
(us) wrote: Probably too good to be appreciated by most all of you.
(it) wrote: Balto is probably the most, if not then one of the most, underrated childrens' flicks out there! Even as a twenty-two year-old adult, I can admire this film for what it does right. Balto, unfortunately, was not actually part wolf, but a Siberian husky inside and out. However, adding that aspet into the movie wasn't a complete bust. Also, I loved a lot of the characters in this film; that's right, even the polar bears got a chuckle out of me here and there, that and the way their fur is designed is very unique. The romance between Balto and Jenna is simple, but still likable. The animation on the backgrounds, FANTASTIC! This is easily one of the most beautifully hand-drawn, 90s films out there! Now, some of the human designs are a tad corny, but they didn't distract all to much.Overall, Balto is thrilling, exciting, and will keep your kids and possibly even yourself entertained from beginning to end! -Thank you, Balto. We would have been lost without you. -Sincerely, Gabby Smith
(ca) wrote: Has the ability of opening people eyes and compells to examine one conscience as well.
(ru) wrote: Not a lot to say, just a really good and different type of gangster movie. Violence is used when it's absolutely needed and not used gratuitously. It won't blow you away by today's standards, but it's still a really good movie to watch.
(mx) wrote: Would like to get round to seeing!
(br) wrote: Irreconcilable Differences begins strongly as a human comedy about a nine-year-old who decides to take legal action to divorce her parents. Unfortunately, this premise is soon jettisoned for a rather familiar tale of a marriage turned sour as shown step-by-step.
(fr) wrote: A very powerful, tragic movie with an amazing performance by Paprika Steen. I always like boozy foreigners!
(nl) wrote: A slow start is elevated by the arrival of Natalie Portman. Once she arrives in the film it starts to ramp up and make sense due to the quirkiness of the plot in the beginning. The film has such a simple plot in that it explains the loneliness of the characters throughout. All of them are flawed but once they are together they are able to shove it aside and remiss on the greater things in their life. I loved the chemistry between Braff and Portman. All of their scenes were top notch and calm. This is really one of the best romantic comedies I have ever seen.
(kr) wrote: fantastic entertainment with a few classic clichs thrown in!