Old Drac

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Old Drac

Old Drac is the best funny movie of Jeremy Lloyd (screenplay). The released year of this movie is 1974. You can check list actors in this movie torrents, for example David Niven, Teresa Graves, Peter Bayliss, Jennie Linden. There are many categories, such as Comedy, Horror. The rating is 3.6 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movies torrent. Share with your friends and watch this movie together . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Andr D (mx)

Cyrill Collard, su director y protagonista murio de Sida. Sucia y nihilista cinta que recurre al sexo gratuito para decirnos nada

bernard a (kr)

7. That's what makes watching classic films fun. Am I reading too much into this? Oh well. if you don't mind being manipulated a bit. . . Interesting film with very good performances from Cagney and Sheridan. But alas, due to the "codes" - Googi's fate is sealed too. Googi later becomes a rich gambler and hood. Googi is first seen stealing bread in the beginning of the film and is admonished by the narrator bum. Kazan plays one of Danny's friend, Googi - also from the same poor neighborhood. There is also a small but memorable role played by Elia Kazan - in one of his few acting roles before he became a director (A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, ON THE WATERFRONT - to name just a few). It was important to show that folks are punished for their transgressions - all for the sake of the public good. " hmmmm, all because she chose a career over marriage? Consider too that CITY FOR CONQUEST was made after the institution of the Hollywood codes which states: "The sanctity of the institution of marriage and the home shall be upheld". . . You're no good for him. . . The boxing promoter played by Donald Crisp - chews out Peggy for her behavior - "I've seen you give that boy (Danny) the rawest deal that any woman ever gave a man. Yes, the film ends on a bittersweet, tear-jerking note but it seems to me that both were "punished" for having liberal views in regards to "family values". But look what eventually happens to them. Although, he was a bit jealous that Peggy eventually spent more time with Murray - Danny didn't really hinder her career moves or that they never had any bad arguments over it. I thought too that it was a plus that Danny was tolerant to Peggy's ambition. I wonder if the writers were (at heart) espousing traditional family values as the main theme of the film? I thought it was very "un-traditional" that Peggy would choose a career for herself over marriage. which brings me to my point about "traditional family values". . . . . . A bout that would end with fateful consequences. He accepts the offer from the boxing promoter and becomes a prizefighting sensation - eventually gaining a chance to fight for a championship crown. Danny is motivated to "win" her back. . . With Peggy's star on the rise. but you wonder why Peggy would choose to remain Murray's dance partner considering his behavior towards her. . . but at what price? The pair become a vaudeville success story. . . Yes, Murray helps Peggy achieve the fame she was yearning for. I suppose Murray is meant to be the "bad guy" in this - the third spoke of the "triangle" - but he just comes across being too one-dimensionally bad - without added depth to his character. The film never really explains why. Unfortunately, Murray takes an instant disliking to Danny and his friends. With Murray as her dance partner, Peggy thinks she is on her way to achieving her dream. Peggy's dancing partner, Murray (Anthony Quinn) is a talented dancer too and the pair wins the competition - and so are noticed by a booking agent. as long as she's having a good time, I don't worry about Peggy", says Danny to his worried buddy, Mutt (Frank McHugh). . . Danny also doesn't mind when another guy asks Peggy to be his partner for a nightclub dance competition ". It's to Danny's credit that despite his disappointment with Peggy for postponing their marriage -he doesn't hinder her ambition to become a dancer. but the fate of the other two characters will eventually revolve around Cagney's charter -Danny. . . Three characters with different ambitions. The similarity is readily apparent). Eddie is working on writing a symphony - a musical "portrait" of New York City (film composer Max Steiner took a cue from George Gershwin's RHAPSODY IN BLUE here. earning a few bucks teaching neighborhood kids how to play the piano. . . Eddie (Arthur Kennedy), meanwhile is the struggling composer/musician. ", she tells Danny her reluctance to rush into marriage. . . always struggling, always making a dime do for a dollar. . . "We'd only be hurting each other if we let ourselves into the lives like our families had. She wants to make a name for herself first - a famous dancer on Broadway. She doesn't picture herself becoming like her mother - barely eking out an existence. But Peggy (Ann Sheridan) wants something more out of life. Danny's biggest plan though is to one day marry Peggy. No, thanks, I think i'll stick to driving a truck". "old before their time. . . Danny explains that he doesn't want to end up like the washed up ex-boxers who hang around the gym. He doesn't have the ambition to pursue a prizefighting career despite a talent for boxing and rebuffs offers from a boxing promoter (Donald Crisp). Fast forward to present day - Danny (James Cagney) is content just being a truck driver. . . Eddie dreams of one day being a famous musician. There is also Danny's brother, Eddie - who would rather practice on his accordion than play "kick-the-can" with the other kids. Point being - Danny is the brawler. When a bully pushes another kid into Peggy, knocking her to the ground - Danny is quick to her defense. Danny, her boyfriend looks admiringly from the sidelines. She dreams of one day being a famous dancer. A girl, Peggy is dancing to an organ grinder's music before a crowd of onlookers. The bum takes us to a poor working-class neighborhood where the film's main characters are first introduced - as little kids. The bum explains that despite New York being a vast and seemingly cold & impersonal city (as exemplified by the policeman) - underneath it all beats a warm and caring heart. The bum is roused from his reverie by a policeman (yep, that's Ward Bond under that uniform in an uncredited bit role) who tells the bum that he can't loiter there and must move along. He is first seen admiring the New York City skyline from the deck of the Williamsburg bridge. It's one of the main points of the story as pointed out by a bum (Frank Craven) who acts as a kind of Jiminy Cricket-like narrator to the film. Sure, he's played the tough guy with a heart of gold before - but never with a bigger heart than he does here, I bet. Bear with me and I'll try to explain: I'm trying to think if James Cagney ever played a more decent guy than he does here in CITY FOR CONQUEST. but still, I just have this nagging feeling that the writers were making a statement - albeit a subtle one - about "traditional family values". . . I admit CITY FOR CONQUEST is an entertaining film to watch and I'm sure it was meant to be that. It could be me just reading way too much into this story and perceiving a "message" where none exists. there is something about this story that bugs me. . . Hmmm

Bradford D (fr)

It's a sugar-coated fable. The theatrical release should be trashed. It quotes Nietzsche and doesn't shy away from the hard life from which Stanwyck's character broke. The pre-release version rings more truly and portrays the characters with real motivations

Cody O (kr)

And although not a masterpiece, I have a soft spot for this movie. I have always liked this movie for the spectacle

Hobie P (nl)

ne of the better sequels,along with Part 2 & 3!!. I laughed my ass off at this film

JeanFranois S (jp)

n film passionant, qu'il faut dcouvrir !. C'est presque une suite non avoue du film d'Oliver Stone. Johnson et l'intensification de la guerre du Viet-Nam. John Frankenheimer a chipp la recette miracle d'Oliver Stone sur "JFK" et l'applique cette fois sur Lyndon B. ), un grand nom la ralisation et un film de 2h45 (!) qu'on ne voit pas passer. . . Un casting exceptionnel Michael Gambon, Donald Sutherland, Alec Baldwin, Philip Baker Hall, etc. Indit en France, ce tlfilm amricain n'a de tlfilm que le nom

Maggie F (ag)

Didn't appreciate the violence

Michael S (mx)

Their isn't much I don't like about this movie, after watching it for a second time it made an even bigger impact on me, highly recommended

Michael V (mx)

And of course some nice boobie shots to help hide just how bad this is. Though I have to say Michael Ironside and Yancy Butler save this from being worse then part 2. Some were questionable to say the least. The acting, well it was wholeheartedly attempted, and actually most weren't too shabby. And it has all been seen before. It is all here. And a family with troubles that somehow manages to save the day while fixing their own issues. Local people and non-locals are being eaten by monstrously big crocodiles, and a gun happy hunter is brought into the fray. Your standard "lets keep churning them out because there is still a few bucks to be made". As for the story? Well nothing much to be expected here. The intentions were good, but the effects were so lousy. The crocodiles were among the crappiest CGI creatures I have seen in a long, long time. The CGI effects in this movie were so unbelievably poor. You definitely get what you paid for and I got this as a free rental

Nick M (de)

A great soundtrack and a surreal atmosphere highlights this journey into a whacked out Los Angeles. Gregg Araki's filmmaking style is erratic to be sure and this multi-character comedy/drama/sci-fi film is no exception