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Kelly P (ca) wrote: Incredibly gruesome and bloody in the first part, but boy does karma come back and bite Stuntman Mike in the behind to close out part two of the story.
Gabriel K (ru) wrote: An un-glamorous spy story set in France against the backdrop of political upheavals of late 1930's. It's based on a real-life story of Nikolai Skoblin (look it up on Wikipedia if interested). The movie, while generating some suspense, relies on dialogue and long discussion of politics, don't expect anything like a James Bond movie.
Adam R (it) wrote: I honestly thought it was pretty stupid. Cheesy and obnoxious song and dance with animated penguins. (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)
Jakob R (ag) wrote: A+A MUST SEE MOVIE!!!
Brandon B (gb) wrote: Pretty damn close to the same as the first in quality.
Carline B (au) wrote: very steamy movie.Very sexy too.
Wanchi S (ru) wrote: ?
Simon D (nl) wrote: Similar to Regle de Jeu, this is a so-called comedy about infidelity. I didn't find it very funny or interesting at all. A tough one to get through.
Dan B (ru) wrote: Preston Sturges takes on political corruption, though I think his cynicism prevents him from reaching for the same satisfying resolution you get in Capra??s Mr. Smith. I don??t feel Sturges?? heart is really in the moral awakening of his lead character. Would make an interesting double bill with Meet John Doe as they start very similarly (though Capra??s target there is the press). Overall it??s something of an oddity, with a very simple and stripped back story, but the cast are great (particularly Donleavy, William Demarest and the relatively unremembered Muriel Angelus) and there??s an undeniable energy.
Mary H (jp) wrote: Shirley is still the best!
Colin W (ca) wrote: Has to be the worst, most badly acted film ever !!!! 1.5 hours of life I can never reclaim !!!!!
Adam T (au) wrote: In my opinion, this is still one of the best old-fashioned gothic style ghost movies. It is also where I first saw George C Scott and had no idea he had largely been a comical actor! In this, he plays a recently widowed musician who moves into a house which is plagued with the usual creepy noises and unexplained occurences. I remember seeing this when I was young and was genuinly shaken by a scene where a child's ball bounces down the dark stairs. George then drives to the nearest bridge and hurls the ball into the water only to return home to witness the exact same ball bouncing back down the stairs. There have been some pleasing old-style ghost films since this one (namely The Others, Insidious, BBC's The Woman In Black, and The Orphanage) but none with the consistent chilling vibe of this.
Ellen G (us) wrote: terrible movie didn't make it through the first 10 minutes, didn't deserve even a 1 star.