Kid Galahad

Kid Galahad

Kid Galahad is a 1962 musical film starring Elvis Presley as a boxer. The movie was filmed on location in Idyllwild, California and is noted for having a strong supporting cast. Most critics rate it as one of Presley's best performances. The film is a remake of the 1937 original version starring Edward G. Robinson, Bette Davis, and Humphrey Bogart.

When he completes his military service Walter Gulick returns to his birthplace, Cream Valley, New York. He was orphaned as an infant and grew up elsewhere but always wanted to return to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tim R (ca) wrote: Best Transformers movie ever!

Sarah A (gb) wrote: if this is the ABC family one, then this movie is AMAZING!! i loved it!!!

Courtney K (fr) wrote: i actually thought this was pretty good -- i watched a short film called "the descendant" which i liked and a reviewer mentioned that this movie was a full length version of it. and it totally is. the cast was surprising -- Sawyer!!! -- and the kid was creepy. i liked it!

WS W (nl) wrote: Totally forgettable.And, why? Why asking Anjelica Huston re-doing the whole Streep's Miranda Priestly thing here again?!!

Stphane W (fr) wrote: sometimes too slow, but very interesting. It helps understand conservative jews.

Cronis M (de) wrote: A little heavy-handed at-times, Insurrection is more for the fans.

Oliver G (ru) wrote: One of Allen's lesser known movies. Two stories joining into one at the end. Typical Allen.

Carl M (de) wrote: Francesco Dellamorte is the humble caretaker of the Buffalora Cemetery, where corpses just can't seem to stay buried. He and his assistant, Gnaghi, are left to destroy the brains of the recently deceased, who return from the grave each night. As the lines between love and death begin to blur, Francesco becomes lost in the futility of his own existence before delusion and madness drive him to kill the living before they can return as the dead. DELLAMORTE DELLAMORE, or CEMETERY MAN as it is known stateside, is a pure masterpiece of Italian cinema, and director Michele Soavi's finest work. Soavi adapts the existentialist philosophy and biting black humor from Tiziano Sclavi's writing perfectly, while infusing the film with his own surreal imagery, flamboyant action sequences, and ornate sense of style. When casting the lead, there was simply no other choice than English actor Rupert Everett, who served as the inspiration for the character of "Dylan Dog" in Sclavi's popular comic book series by the same name. Everett is inseparable from the role, and provides an uncanny performance as our introverted antihero. He may only be upstaged by Franois Hadji-Lazaro, who plays the lovable idiot savant, Gnaghi. CEMETERY MAN features a number of stunning sets and incredible special effects by Italy's premiere designer, Sergio Stivaletti. Needless to say, it is one of the most original and artistic films within the genre, and perhaps Italy's last great Horror movie. -Carl ManesI Like Horror Movies

Andrew C (jp) wrote: I liked the movie "Slugs" better then this, the funnest part was near the last 10 to 15 minutes of the movie. Other then that it was kind of drawn out, trying to make a mystery when the audience knows the results from the beginning gets pretty boring. I'm sure these a fun movie with friends and drinks though.

Jacob N (fr) wrote: I love Ed Norton but this sucked. Way to slow and not engaging.

Andrew R (ag) wrote: A good movie, but very unrealistic.