A movie about the First World War based on a stage musical of the same name, portraying the "Game of War" and focusing mainly on the members of one family (last name Smith) who go off to war. Much of the action in the movie revolves around the words of the marching songs of the soldiers, and many scenes portray some of the more famous (and infamous) incidents of the war, including the assassination of Duke Ferdinand, the Christmas meeting between British and German soldiers in no-mans-land, and the wiping out by their own side of a force of Irish soldiers newly arrived at the front, after successfully capturing a ridge that had been contested for some time.
Writer:Charles Chilton (based on Joan Littlewood's Theatre Workshop Production by, and the members of the original cast), Ted Allan (after a stage treatment
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Gene I B (it) wrote: one of the best Wayne films. And it has the one and only time this happened to him in a film.
Andrew K (es) wrote: hahahahahaha Paul Giamatti
Matt S (de) wrote: Includes awesome music by Paul Brill!
Rachel W (nl) wrote: Started out slow and weird but I gave Hilary a chance and I'm glad I did! Great ending!!
Royal G (ag) wrote: A movie not for stupids. Makes a intellectual and wise person think. If you're looking for a so-called 'fun' movie, this ain't for you.
Sajib K (jp) wrote: Unleashing love, passion proliferates in this period drama set in the backdrop of the German invasion of Hungary during World War II. The movie revolves around a young woman whose charm, enigma, beauty, surrealism mesmerized any man who set eyes on her. She finds solace in two guys - one being an restaurant owner and a connoisseur of culinaries; another one is a young promising pianist whose composition of "Gloomy Sunday" (the song of love and death) enchants as well as excruciates anyone who becomes inclined towards it. A passionate love triangle develops between the trio which is about to experience the irony of destiny. Melodious background scores, refreshing historical set, erecting sensulaity, touching story of friendship, jealousy and betrayal, skillful subtlety and overall a tactful tragic ending -- this is a glittering movie, gloomy in its content but glorified in its toast to your emotions.
Timm S (fr) wrote: Good Aussie Drama With Some Classic Lines. So Much Male Bravado. Don't Let It Go To Your Head Now..Boys, Beer & Bullshit. I Am. You Are. We Are Australian.
Becky T (br) wrote: Gotta keep the box of tissues close for this one.
Denise H (br) wrote: I love productions with David Suchet in them but this flick's storyline was a pale repeat of many others. There's been some true classics but this is not one of them.
Jonathan B (es) wrote: Pillow Talk is a romantic comedy about a man who creates an alternate persona to impress a woman. The story is predictable but it incorporates all the elements of a good romantic comedy without alienating the male audience.
Kevin N (de) wrote: An uproarious comedy which not only upperhands its two predecessors but breathes fresh air into the duo and their perfectly-timed gags. The picture is more self-reflexive, too; the pair loosens things up by joking about politics, stereotypes, cannibalism, and previous road pictures. There is no lag in the script- something that the previous pictures had a problem with. The film flows smoothly and quickly and tells its story while having a whole lot of fun along the way. And, for the first time in the series, Bob Hope goes home with a girl!
Vedran S (ca) wrote: Another typical Hollywood film with bad actors, an atrocious script with cheap laughs and what's with the over the top consecutiveness of explicit language by these un intelligent characters?
Mark K (jp) wrote: Some scenes very overdrawn out but keeps the goofy charm of the Dr. Suess storytelling and animation.