"Kilroy Was Here" was a popular expression during World War II, but it's not much fun to John J. Kilroy, who has to try to live with all the jokes and wisecracks regarding his name. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kilroy Was Here
"Kilroy Was Here" was a popular expression during World War II, but it's not much fun to John J. Kilroy, who has to try to live with all the jokes and wisecracks regarding his name.
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T B (ca) wrote: It was fantastic!!!! The movie was very close to the book of Daniel in the bible... Awesome!!!
David S (au) wrote: Nowhere near as exploitative at the title suggests, the film is actually a clever Hitchcockian thriller about obsession. "Between..." opens with a title sequence similar to Saul Bass' title sequence in Hitchcock's "Vertigo", and the film's musical score is also very reminiscent of Bernard Herrmann's score for "Vertigo", making this film into an obvious homage to the Hitchcock's classic dream-like thriller. The performances are terrific and the atmosphere is hallucinatory with flashbacks, flashforwards, and dreams all blended together. The film does suffer from an unpolished screenplay that doesn't have a strong enough focal point, making it sometime incoherent and unfocused, and there a moments where is drags, but the film still manages to draw you in and the twist ending is truly a surprise (which is rare in this day and age).
RayNormanBateman (mx) wrote: I have not seen many Hammer films therefor can not appreciate what they mean to horror fanatics and fans but I quite enjoyed this cheesy flick. It wasn't as bad as I thought it would be after the first 10 minutes and continued to get more interesting. I can't help but mention how ridiculous the monster actually is but in this type of film and production you have to look beyond the artistic and costume efforts to appreciate it.Does it make me want to watch more Hammer films? Yes, it did the job. Nothing look good ol' Horror from that era, unlike todays crap.
Chris W (it) wrote: A fascinating and bizarre film about faith. Rogers is fantastic as the wordly woman who finds faith and Tolkin doesn't so much give answers as wrestle with his own questions of faith--can we love God if what He asks us to do destroys us? What lengths does faith take someone? Anyone looking for an accurate depiction of the rapture will be disappointed, and the theology is a bit scattered. But that's not the point; this is a metaphorical look at faith and commitment that asks hard questions and knows there are no easy answers. There's some content in it that may offend some, but it all plays into the film's theme and Sharon's journey. I need to see this again sometime, and I feel there's an entire essay to be written about this film. Worth a look if you are into films that seriously look at the implications of faith.
Seth M (jp) wrote: Cagney is perfect. The film is a bit to long but I would watch it anytime for that great star.
Atheer O (ca) wrote: Documentary at its very best! Mind your food!
XGearCommander (de) wrote: An Automatic classic!?!
Nadja A (de) wrote: Was habe ich gelacht, so lustig und dazu eine tolle Cast. (Juli 2014)
Josh M (us) wrote: A Halloween/Michael Meyers "wanna-be". It even looks like it was released in 1978. It was released almost 10 years later in 1987, so you would think there would be some cinematic upgrades, but no. Terrible acting to go along with terrible terror.