A waitress at the Warner Brothers commissary is anxious to break into pictures. She thinks her big break may have arrived when actors Jack Carson and Dennis Morgan agree to help her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
It's a Great Feeling
A waitress at the Warner Brothers commissary is anxious to break into pictures. She thinks her big break may have arrived when actors Jack Carson and Dennis Morgan agree to help her.
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Lanky Man P (es) wrote: A mature sex comedy.
James H (gb) wrote: Hokey, cliche ridden romantic comedy with absolutely no sparks whatsoever from the leads. Overly cute situations, totally predictable and a very mundane script. It is hard to believe this was made in 2006. There is not much this picture has to offer.
Don S (gb) wrote: Bland Disney fare featuring a brat of a kid getting his every wish and not paying much in the way of consequences for it. Not much of a moral which is strange for Disney. Ludicrous attempt to cash in on the popularity of Home Alone, which I also didn't care for as much as others seem to. To silly to be even partially believable. Have to say something positive, so Karen Duffy looks good.
Kyle L (mx) wrote: This movie was more confusing then her sexuality
Youssef H (jp) wrote: An overlooked low budget masterpiece
Jeremy H (ca) wrote: This script seems to have a lot of holes.
Tor M (kr) wrote: It's always a pleasure watching Bergman. The shot's are lovely, the story are often open for interpretations and the girls always look nice.This film got a pretty gentle plot. We follow a old man as he takes a ride in a car, driven by his son's girlfriend. He dozes of at times and we takes trip down his memory lane. Dreams, some weirder than others, are mixed with their trip that also seem connectable with the dreams. It's probably the dreams that are the main plot here, but we are served more than one story here. That's a nice touch from an rather old film.Not my favorite Bergman, but it's poetic imagery and some scenes makes it impossible to forget. Like most Bergman flicks it's definietly a "grower" and I'm glad I saw it.8.5 out of 10 memories.
Sweating Bullets (us) wrote: A fairly good film that shares the Japanese legend in a more Western, Hollywood sort of way.
Mike W (br) wrote: One of the best crime movies ever made