Depressed over her failed dance career, Terry (Claire Bloom) attempts suicide, only to be rescued by Calvero (Charles Chaplin), an impoverished, once-famous stage clown. Together they must look to each other to find meaning and hope in their lives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A fading music hall comedian tries to help a despondent ballet dancer learn to walk and to again feel confident about life.
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Allan C (us) wrote: A family of writers learn many lessons about love. Greg Kinnear plays the patriarch and awarding wining author who's comedically stalking his ex-wife, Jennifer Connolly. Greg has to learn forgiveness and such, and also advice from his cute married friends-with-benefits, Kristen Bell. His college age daughter is having her first novel published, but learns avoiding meaningful relationships with a string of one dumber-than-her night stands is not a good thing (she does it because of her parents divorce). Their son also has his first romantic relationship with a high school classmate who had substance abuse issues and he learns lessons in love too. Connolly also learns lessons as well about her relationship with ex-husband Kinnear. Although this is an indi film, this romantic comedy seems to desperately want to be a mainstream Cameron Crowe film where characters lay their souls bare with touching (though not realistic) speechifying moments. So overall, this film has lots of hugs and learning, which is fairly annoying, but it's a likable cast and a passable enough of rom com. Arnold Schwarzenegger's son, Patrick, has a small role in the film.
Paulo D (us) wrote: Alyssa Milano's boobs...5 stars!
Joey G (it) wrote: Its the sequel that wasted a entire 90- minute Classic Triumph and turned it into a dull, 66- minute film. They made Dan Castenellla play in this crappy sequel as Genie, uh, I think Dan Castenellas great but I think you wasted his time to play Homer in The Simpsons. I hope I never see anything like this again.
Melanie D (au) wrote: Grows on you like a semi-friendly familiar fungus, but in a good way sorta. I like it but I'd lose any argument as to why I should.
Darrin B (gb) wrote: I really enjoy this movie. I watch it on cablI really enjoyed this movie. I have re-watched it several times over the years
Patrick M (ru) wrote: I Liked the subject matter, Billie Holiday was one of my all time favorite singers, and just knowing more of her tale made me feel more for her as a person. Diana Ross playing her, I liked, but thought she could've done a better job. I felt at times that Diana Ross's personality was coming through as opposed to Billie Holiday's personality.
Nathan H (ca) wrote: I saw this when I was like 10 on AMC or something, and I thought it was the coolest movie ever.
sexy m (de) wrote: DIE WITH PLEASURE! OH YEAH!
Martin T (ca) wrote: Rather long and artless melodrama, watchable but uninspiring. Minnelli gets in some decent commentary about small-town, middle-class hypocrisy but doesn't do it with the grace of Sirk. Sinatra and Martin are dull, but the screen lights up whenever Shirley Maclaine shows up. The relationship between Sinatra and Hyer is incredibly forced, basically nothing about it works. The carnival climax is nicely shot, everything else is pretty flat. Also didn't care much for the in-your-face score.
Enrico C (us) wrote: From three tales by Maupassant, a unique movie for a reflection on pleasure in its different forms. Relating to death, purity and love. Take note of the very last sentence: Le bonheur n'est pas gai. A masterpiece.
Mike S (de) wrote: I officially have a black heart. Why did this story deserve 1 1/2 hours? I really don't know why.
Cody C (nl) wrote: Took me quite a long time to see this one, which is quite silly, because it's ridiculously up my alley. I guess I just didn't know how up my alley. Btw, Richard Kelly ripped this off like crazy for Donnie Darko. Anyway, see it. Just see it.
Chantal S (ca) wrote: 4 stars because it is real how these people act. Sure it's funny as a movie, but seriously true to form. There is always more greed in the world than good.