No Man of Her Own

No Man of Her Own

Babe Stewart, a card cheat who has to go on the lam to avoid a pesky cop, meets a lonely, but slightly wild, librarian, Connie Randall, while he is hiding out. The two get married after Connie wins a coin flip and they move back to the city. Babe continues his gambling/cheating scheme unbeknownst to Connie. When she discovers his "other life", she presures him to quit. Babe feels crowded and tells her that he is leaving for South America. In fact, Babe has decided he wants to go straight and turns himself in to the cops.

Clark Gable plays a card cheat who has to go on the lam to avoid a pesky cop. He meets a lonely, but slightly wild, librarian, Carole Lombard, while he is hiding out. The two get married ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Thomas B (us) wrote: Grade - B-A vast improvement over part 2, stuff actually happens in this one! The movies littered with many great scenes, as well as some not so great ones. Ultimately though, it's a perfectly entertaining watch if you can get past the Japanese style of animation, which just doesn't do anything for me.

Pete S (es) wrote: I wanted to like it but overall it was rather slow and boring

James T (it) wrote: Like many disaster movies, Tornado does nothing, in my opinion at least, to improve anyone's image of the genre. I do like watching disaster movies, but, as I can recall right now, I haven't found very many that I've thoroughly enjoyed. Interestingly, Tornado was apparently released the same year as Twister. While Twister may have been a little better, I don't think either will make it into any favorites list of mine.

Baurushan J (ru) wrote: The story is about Domino Harvey played by Keira Knightley who is the daughter of actor Laurence Harvey and fashion model Paulene Stone renamed Sophie Wynn in this movie. After a stint at boarding school since she was naturally rebellious, Domino finds a course from Ed played by Mickey Rourke who is helming a course for bounty hunter wannabes so she takes the course in order to become one and joins Ed and Choco played by Edgar Ramirez. Soon after, her life goes truly crazy after Mark Heiss played by Christopher Walken asks the trio to become the subject of a reality TV series. Then a bail bondsman named Claremont Williams III offers them a risky case and they go chasing after missing men and money while landing with the FBI and the Mafia. The film is loosely based on the real-life bounty hunter Domino Harvey who shortly died before this movie was made from a drug overdose. While the film contains some good elements, it's lacking the excitement it needs for a serious action movie or a biopic and overall making it generic/boring which is not a good sign for a biopic that involves a high level of action. Directed by the late Tony Scott, Domino gets a 7/10 and I'm being nice.

Tristan R (us) wrote: Most of the stars are for the made-up slang. It was hilarious. In fact, scrap that, ALL of the stars are for the hilariously made-up slang. Spread over some hideous dialogue though.

Conrad T (gb) wrote: Kind of similar to Constantin. Not bad.

Na D (jp) wrote: Excellent thriller with Richard Gere. He is such a good actor. Amazing performance and a shocking view of the Chinese administration.

Ashley H (ru) wrote: Unhook the Stars is a disappointing film. It is about Mildred, an elderly woman who has spent her life caring for others. Gena Rowlands and Marissa Tomei give terrible performances. The script is badly written. Nick Cassavetes did a horrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.

Camile M (us) wrote: not in my top almodovars...but i loved the references to his other movies!

Ethan B (it) wrote: Homeward Bound is a great movie about our love for our pets. It's simple and to the point without becoming over-saturated with subplots and fluff. Although it's a remake of the 1963 film, The Incredible Journey, the story still proves to be original after all these years. There's not a whole lot to criticize here. I guess it's somewhat annoying (if you pay attention) that the kid's mom didn't have any opinions or backbone whatsoever as she let her new husband (their stepdad) to call all the shots. After all, the film was about his growth as a character, but she just seemed to never have any emotion either way about what was happening with him and the kids. In general though, I didn't have to be too nitpicky at all. Maybe just a little more emotion coming from Chance and Shadow when they think that Sassy dies.It's great how the filmmakers brought such depth and emotion to these animal characters and then juxtaposed it with the development of the stepdad's character. It was young learning from old at the animals' level, but old learning from young at the humans' level. Very smart. But overall, your liking of this film will come down to whether or not you enjoyed it yourself.Twizard Rating: 95

Robin (es) wrote: I love this movie. I'd love to find it on DVD. It has great in-jokes. "Why does everyone go for the knee?" Dean Cain wrecked his knee in pro-football training camp.

Bruno L (kr) wrote: Boring! It's painless to sit through. Not even a good cast could save this one.

Jamie L (it) wrote: Hum drum okay ripoff of the Sixth Sense. It would do better as a straight to DVD movie or a TV movie than a actual major movie film.