Port of Call
A suicidal factory girl out of reformatory school, anxious to escape her overbearing mother, falls in love with a sailor who can't forgive her past.
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Timm S (br) wrote: I Love Most, If Not All Of Woody's Yearly Escapades Into Story Telling. His Take On Life Is Just So Unique. He Is A Fantastic Observer Of Life & A Bit Of A Modern Day Shakespeare, Based In New York. ;-)
Jason F (de) wrote: vacation. it will save your life
Chris H (ru) wrote: I'm not here to babysit your movie! This is painfully slow and boring.
Mary P (ru) wrote: Excellent. Life changing. I cry every time.
Jarkko H (fr) wrote: Space Jam (1997) will be continued, a little better film. The plot is completely renovated (fortunately, because if extended for the last part of the way, the film would be a lot worse), and the whole is better. Once again, there are real actors and of course the cartoon characters. Expenditure will slowly begin to go amusing, but the plot is not still not perfect. The film is entertaining The equity in a sense, but how Steve Martin and Timothy Dalton have so strayed.
David F (jp) wrote: Icarus is a former KGB agent who accepts hit jobs to supplement his income. Of course such a profession is fraught with difficulties, and sure enough, Eddie's enemies put out a contract on him. The movie is about Eddie killing his way through the bad guys and trying to save his family.It is tough for a guy of 54 years old to fight his way in this show. Love his move!
monsieur r (mx) wrote: One of my more pleasant movie experiences. A younger Cage too. Funny romp through Elvis studded Vegas look alikes, Cage's reluctant engagement to his girlfriend is believable, but rather than get married right away at home, Cage offers to go to Vegas and get married asap. Once in Vegas, he gets ensnarled in a poker game by James Caan, the legendary actor of years past. Caan sees Cage's fiance in the hotel lobby and can't believe how much she looks like someone he knew. Caan, through card manipulation, gets Cage to loose 80k and since he can't possibly come up with that, Caan offers to forgive the debt if Cage lets him be with his fiance one weekend. Believable up to this point, but not further, Caan seems to have as much or actually far more screen time than Cage. While not hysterical, this film qualifies for humourous. I recommend it, but Caan isn't the person we remember of days past. Although good, he has gotten older and his voice is not quite the same as it was. This was a little distrubing to me, but he pulls off the role in great fashion. Again, one of my more pleasant movie experiences.
Ennis Brokeback L (us) wrote: This is a rema of the first film. I do not know why you would remake the original howling and call it part 4 but at the end of the day this movie is not bad. It is pretty boring compared to the original but at the end of the day it is kind of cool seeing another take on that film.
A A (it) wrote: Grim but worthwhile.
Emily B (jp) wrote: I'm embarrassed to admit that my eyes were halfway closed for a large portion of this horror flick, but I have a feeling I wouldn't find it nearly as terrifying the second time through. While there are a lot of suspenseful jump-out-of-your-seat moments, the premise doesn't leave much of a lasting impression. (Which is probably in my favor.)
Wei Jay T (ca) wrote: "There are still faint glimmers of civilization left in this barbaric slaughterhouse that was once known as humanity."What more is there to say?