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Edward K (us) wrote: pretty good movie with a crazy ending
Waleed M (gb) wrote: Valley of the Wolves
Steve M (de) wrote: So NetFlix thinks I'm a dirty old man or a gay ho-bag. Not sure how that happened...Anyway, this DVD took full advantage if my TVs 1080p resolution, which was great for the faux sex scenes and brief glimpses of masturbating convicts...The lead is beautiful when naked for sure, but the dialog isn't worth the time it takes for your brain to process the subtitles. The story itself is only interesting if you have never known true love.I'd love to see the financials on this or similar films. If they are profitable then maybe I have found a new career...
Private U (mx) wrote: bipolar, Italian, lovely...
Kara S (ru) wrote: Amazing film as a kid, kind of drawn out as an adult. Makes me wonder at the lack of animal rights at the time this was filmed.
Justine S (ca) wrote: There are few films that can grab you at the opening credits, but Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter is one of them. The outrageous nature of these malfunctioning products in a series of fake advertisements set the stage for the rest of the film, as even through the worst humiliations and situations, the characters were always forcing their grins and couldn??t help buying into artificial lifestyles that could never hope to meet their needs. Set in New York City, the film is a surreal satire on the advertisement, television, and celebrity culture of the late 1950s. Rock Hunter (Tony Randall) is one of the pawns of an advertising agency, he writes jingles and invents catchy slogans for a variety of products. When he finds out his job is endanger because ??Stay-Put Lipstick?? wants to drop the firm, he works day and night to find the perfect campaign to keep the company and his job. He finally is hit with a brilliant idea, to get a famous actress famous for her kissable lips to endorse the product. He goes up to her hotel room, and finds himself being used as a tool to make the star??s jealous boyfriend angry. She agrees to sign the contract only if he pretends to be her ??lover boy??, suffice to say chaos, laughs and success follows. Tashlin leaves no stone unturned as he transforms an entire culture into a roaring extended parody, however the film is only bearable because they are also often sympathetic, as it becomes clear that their search for success is unfulfilling, or used to fill an empty gap in their lives. What makes this film truly shine is Tashlin??s deliciously self-conscious style. The characters acknowledge they are play acting, and usually at the end of the act the audience is addressed directly by Tony Randall who pokes more fun at television as the screen??s size fluctuates; ??Ladies and gentlemen, this break in our motion picture is made out of respect for the TV fans in our audience, who are accustomed to constant interruptions in their programs for messages from sponsors. We want all you TV fans to feel at home, and not forget the thrill you get, watching television on your big, 21-inch screens?? or in his mocking ??TV voice?? asks the stirring questions we all want to know, including ??Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter???. Even in the use of a cameo performance near the end of the film, they could not have used an actor who was more self-conscious in his cinematic performances, who made a career out of snide asides and comments to the audience who were in on the joke. As far as comedies go, few are as deliciously fun or visually interesting as this. It helps to know a little bit of American society/popular culture at the time, as the film is referencing them non-stop. Some are obvious, like Jayne Mansfield??s non-too subtle Monroe impression and on the opposite side of the spectrum plays and musical artists that have faded from the popular knowledge are also lampooned by the take no prisoners attitude of the film.
Dano The Preposterous Bard (mx) wrote: A wonderful western with a compelling redemption story, Bend of the River may not be the best or most remembered of the Jimmy Stewart westerns, but its certainly one of my favorites now. Also, once Jimmy Stewart starts kicking ass, he doesn't stop until the asses are all kicked. "You'll be seeing me. You'll be seeing me. Everytime you bed down for the night, you'll look back to the darkness and wonder if I'm there. And some night, I will be. You'll be seeing me! "
Nikola M (de) wrote: If you look past the ideology aspect in this movie you will see that it would work perfectly in any other time in the future as a propaganda film that gets the job done.
Freedom W (ca) wrote: Not your average comic-book Batwoman but managed to pull it off, seducing theme. The cape crusader strife to learn the Batwoman's identity while she trying to uncover the plans of Penguin. Simply nice and fans would like it.